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Free System Projekt


Progressive Electronic

4.03 | 3 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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4 stars On the back cover of the small booklet is written: "the first Okefenokee gathering of Tangerine Dream fans to spawn the celebration of Electronic Swamp Music". Well, say no more, it's an obvious tribute to the pivotal electronic music that Tangerine Dream made in the "Phaedra"-"Encore" era. This CD (my favorite one from FSP) is recorded live in the USA between April 9th and 13th in 2000 and performed by Dutchman Marcel Engels and USA citizen Dave Brewer, both keyboards. The music on the four compositions (between 11 and 32 minutes) ranges from soaring strings and soft pulsating sequencers to electric piano and spectacular synthesizer sounds, even electric guitar. It sounds very pleasant and melodic, if you like TD 1974-1977 (and early Klaus Schulze like on "Moondawn" and "Timewind"), you will be carried away by this wonderful electronic music!
erik neuteboom | 4/5 |


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