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Edgar W. Froese
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Dalinetopia
Review by Gary Hill

Edgar Froese was probably best known as the mastermind behind Tangerine Dream. This a new edition of an album of his that was based on the art of Salvador Dali.


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Tangerine Dream - Tangerine Dream - The Official Bootleg Series Volume Three: The Ford Auditorium, Detroit, March 1977 & The Regent Theatre, Sydney, February 1982
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You can likely figure out what this is about by reading the title. Each concert is on two CDs.


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Tangerine Dream - The Official Bootleg Series, Vol. 1: Reims Cathedral, December 1974 & Mozartsaal, Mannheim October 1976
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The title of this set really goes a long way toward telling what this is.

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Tangerine Dream - Tony Palmer's Film of Tangerine Dream Live at Conventry Cathedral 1975
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