Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri album download
|1||Sunrise In The Third System||4:20|
|2||Fly And Collision Of Comas Sola||13:03|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Published By – Zomba Music Publishers Ltd.
- Recorded At – Dierks Studios
- Engineer – Dieter Dierks
- Flute, Voice – Udo Dennebourg
- Guitar, Bass, Organ, Other [Coffee Machine], Composed By – Edgar Froese
- Organ [Hammond, Farfisa], Composed By – Steve Schroeder*
- Percussion, Flute [Lotus], Harp [Piano], Zither, Synthesizer [Vcs 3], Composed By – Chris Franke*
- Producer – Chris Franke*, Edgar Froese, Steve Schroeder*
- Synthesizer [Vcs 3] – Roland Paulick
NotesRecorded January 1971 at Dierks Studios, Stommelen/Cologne
All titles published by Zomba Music Publishers Limited
℗ 1971 Virgin Records Limited
Int. Management: Tadream Productions
Berlin, West Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 013705 000522
- Matrix / Runout: CTANG 5 DISCTEC 02
|OMM 56.012, OMM 56 012||Tangerine Dream||Alpha Centauri (LP, Album, Gat)||Ohr, Ohr||OMM 56.012, OMM 56 012||Germany||1971|
|BELLE 121942||Tangerine Dream||Alpha Centauri (CD, Album, RE)||Belle Antique||BELLE 121942||Japan||2012|
|CMACD 553||Tangerine Dream||Alpha Centauri (CD, Album, RE)||Castle Music||CMACD 553||US||1999|
|EOP-80479||Tangerine Dream||Alpha Centauri (LP, Album, Gat)||Odeon||EOP-80479||Japan||1971|
|TNGRN DRM-AC-1083||Tangerine Dream||Alpha Centauri (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Tangerine Dream)||TNGRN DRM-AC-1083||Russia||Unknown|
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As if the sound is breaking through your speakers, Alpha Centauri begins its journey. Like a call to psychedelic arms, the first track "Sunrise in the Third System" marches on with its organ.
Alongside Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream stood among those who pioneered ways to use these new sounds to create music never heard before. With no one else to look back on for help, they managed carefully arranged and orchestrated ensemble productions that would run around inside listeners’ heads.
Schnitzler's replacement was the rambunctious organist Steve Shroyder (himself a member for only one album). The trio of Froese, Franke and Shroyder (along with two guest musicians) recorded TD's second record, Alpha Centauri, and had little difficulty living up to the freaky promise of the Dream's debut. Pieces like "Sunrise In the Third System" (an organ-led mystic processional) and the single (!)
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