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ZEIT 'LARGO IN 4 MOVEMENTS'

Tangerine Dream

 

Progressive Electronic

3.66 | 243 ratings

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matti_sillanmaki
5 stars To give this album 0 stars is simply foolish. But to give it 5 stars might not be exaggeration after all. This album is up there with all the other ambient classics. Definitely more experimental than any other Tangerine Dream album, and more hard to get into as well. But after a few spins I realized that this is the album I've always been looking for! Quite minimalistic, spacey, ambient soundscapes. There really is no rhythm here. The sounds are mostly produced by synths, but by cellos and organs too, and it gives this album that extra something. Legendary Florian Fricke plays some Moog synth here as well. The opener "Birth of Liquid Pleyades" is probably my favourite track, as it has those whining cellos all over it. 5/5 stars.
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