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Tangerine Dream: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Miles, NME, 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 ...

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Krautrock: Germany Calling #2

Overview by Ian MacDonald, NME, December 1972

BOMB BLASTS AND THE BEAT: PART TWO OF IAN MACDONALD'S DEFINITIVE SURVEY OF GERMAN ROCK ...

Exclusiv interview mit Tangerine Dream

Interview by Fred Dellar, NME, June 1974

They were in Oxfordshire, mixing it at the Manor and sunbathing with scantily clad ladies in the presence of fully clad FRED DELLAR, who here ...

Tangerine Dream: Is This The End Of Rock As We Know It?

Interview by Max Bell, NME, November 1974

EVER HEARD of a group who would rather not be visible to their audience and let the music work on its own? Seems peculiar even ...

Tangerine Dream: Rubycon and Alpha Centauri

Review by Chris Salewicz, NME, April 1975

IF I'VE ASSESSED the vibe correctly, it would seem that the appropriate critical response to Tangerine Dream is to dismiss Edgar Froose, Chris Franke and ...

Tangerine Dream: 1983 — A Synthesiser I Will Be

Interview by Chris Salewicz, NME, April 1975

Do TANGERINE DREAM, wizzkids of organic electronic rock, play their instruments?Or do the instruments play them? ...

Tangerine Dream

Interview by Miles, NME, November 1975

YOU WON'T GET all sweaty or break a leg while listening to Tangerine Dream, but you will not be unmoved. You see, they haf vays ...

Tangerine Dream: Ricochet (Virgin) 38 min*****

Review by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1975

THE TANGS RULE. Jamie had seen it spray painted on walls all over town. In underpasses. On the back walls of railway sidings – 20 ...

Tangerine Dream: Singalongatangs

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, November 1976

YOU WANT a picture of prosperity?Take a gander over there, then. Yeah, that guy sitting on the floor at the back of the audience. That's ...

Tangerine Dream: Twilight of the Dream

Report and Interview by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, December 1976

TANGERINE DREAM seem to have strange ideas about off-duty entertainment. ...

Tangerine Dream: Palais Des Sports, Paris

Live Review by Miles, NME, December 1976

T-DREAM had no support and so they started cold, but soon as the lights dimmed the Palais Des Sports audience roared and cheered and lit ...

The 120 Decibel Dream - Warning: This Page is Heavy

Interview by Miles, NME, July 1977

TANGERINE DREAM have released an album — Stratosfear — written a movie score for Friedkin, completed a successful American tour and two members have released ...

Tangerine Dream's Grey Days

Interview by Paul Morley, NME, May 1978

EDGAR FROESE reflects on days of hope and dissipation, and wonders why the photographer's hiding behind a pillar. ...

Techno-Rock: Six Teutons And What Do You Get — A Programmed Sequencer And The Doppler Effect

Overview by Jeff Walker, Waxpaper, September 1978

IN JAPAN, LOCAL bands copy both the look and sound of Western rockers – an imitative art form which thrives while the fans wait for ...

Tangerine Dream

Profile and Interview by Andy Gill, MOJO, April 1997

Chilly symphonies and misty synth-scapes: the Gothic revival starts here ...

see also Peter Baumann

see also Edgar Froese

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