Tangerine Dream: Royal Albert Hall, London
Miles, NME, 26 June 1976
T-DREAM HAVE BEEN described as everything from 'the most advanced development of progressive rock' to 'electronic muzak'. The band generates controversy probably because people are bewildered by the way they have no set numbers and no act – they improvised everything directly on stage – whatever happens, happens solely because of how they are feeling that day, how they feel about each other, the acoustics of the hall and – very important – the feeling that they are getting from the audience.
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