Tangerine Dream - Soundmill Navigator CD (album) cover


Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.77 | 19 ratings

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4 stars Soundmill Navigator by Tangerine Dream is in fact a live album captured in 1976, featuring the classic 70s lineup Froese/Franke/Baumann. The sound is reminiscent of Ricochet and Stratosfear albums, but manages to bring something new that cannot be found on other albums, even on recent fan-live boxsets.

The performance, as other many other ones of this period, is composed of one long 40 minutes epic synthetizer driven piece. Soundmill Navigator begins by setting a dark atmosphere, then goes on to build sonic textures, evoking geometric shapes changing, and finishes with a psyhedelic - trippy sequence. The only reason why I give it 4 stars and not 5 is the sound quality. Anyway, a very good and unique live performance by the pioneers of progressive electronic !

Modrigue | 4/5 |


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