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Tangerine Dream - Montreal - April 9th 1977 album flac


Performer: Tangerine Dream
Genre: Electronic
Title: Montreal - April 9th 1977
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Style: Berlin-School
FLAC version ZIP size: 1848 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1430 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1845 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 258
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Reproducing their studio work live was, in the mid-'70s, a virtual impossibility, so they did what so many Krautrock bands did on-stage - they improvised. This 1977 set from Montreal (part of a series officially released after circulating for years as fan tapes and bootlegs) is imaginatively divided into six "movements," all of which show they'd learned how to make full use of what was really quite primitive technology

Tangerine Dream moved to the Castle label in 1996 briefly before Edgar Froese created his own TDI label, thus this era is the TDI Years or sometimes the Millennium Years. In late 2005 the label was renamed Eastgate, giving rise to the Eastgate Years. In late 2014 Edgar Froese conceived of translating the current knowledge of quantum mechanics into sound, thus the Quantum Years and the release of Mala Kunia. Montreal–April 9th 1977. 13 April 2008 concert at the Technical University in Eindhoven.

Krautrock Tangerine Dream. Album Name Montreal 1977. Data de lançamento 2004. Labels Voiceprint TDC. Estilo de MúsicaKrautrock. Membros têm este álbum0.

Montreal–April 9th 1977. Paris–February 2nd 1981. Sydney–February 22nd 1982. Ottawa–June 20th 1986. Cleveland–June 24th 1986. Brighton–March 25th 1986. Detroit–March 31st 1977. Preston–November 5th 1980. Tangerine Dream Plays Tangerine Dream.

Since 1970 Tangerine Dream have released a large number of records, including studio, live and soundtrack records. This section features a complete list of these official releases. It is organized in seven time periods, commonly known to TD collectors.

Bootmoon Series: Montreal, April 9th, 1977. Availability: Out of stock.

Second album, Alpha Centauri, saw the addition of long-standing member Christopher Franke replacing Schulze, while Peter Baumann would come aboard for Zeit. Although unissued until the mid-1980s, Green Desert was recorded in 1973. The core of Froese, Franke and Baumann would sign to Virgin Records in 1973, and the subsequent release Phaedra would cement their style for years to come.

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Tracklist

First Movement 19:12
Second Movement 23:42
Third Movement 24:18
Fourth Movement 23:40
Fived Movement 11:32
Sixth Movement 12:29

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BOOTMOON002CD Tangerine Dream Montreal - April 9th 1977 ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Num) TDC BOOTMOON002CD UK 2004
SSG-7869964 Tangerine Dream Laserium ‎(CD, Unofficial) Laserium Records SSG-7869964 Germany 1996
SSG-7869964 Tangerine Dream Patrolling Space Borders ‎(CD, Unofficial) Laserium Records SSG-7869964 Germany 1996
CP1012 Tangerine Dream Patrolling Space Borders ‎(CDr, Unofficial) Counterpoint Records CP1012 UK Unknown
Zyangup
I'm listening to the 'Fourth Movement' this morning. There's no way this piece was recorded entirely in 1977. Compare to the Detroit recording of the same year and you'll see what I mean.

Ishnjurus
iot1 I'm listening to the 'Fourth Movement' this morning. There's no way this piece was recorded entirely in 1977. Compare to the Detroit recording of the same year and you'll see what I mean. Since people are yelling "Zugabe!" ("Encore!" in German), it's probably the "Aachen - January 21 1981" (see above) you have.

Jorius
I liked this recording until the CHOM FM announcer came on half way through to whisper into the mic while the band was still playing 'This is Tangerine Dream live on CHOM FM-You're listening to Tangerine Dream etc etc.' The guy had already said that at the beginning anyway so all it did was ruin what would have been a perfectly good recording. Closer to Encore than any of the other examples of TD live in 1977 I have heard with some new bits thrown int for good measure-but not a 'clean' recording courtesy of CHOM FM who were airing the show live on their radio station which was a novel thing to do-too bad they kinda also spoiled it.