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Tangerine Dream - Logos... Live At The Dominion - London CD (album) cover


Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.81 | 195 ratings

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5 stars Looking back in retrospect, this is the quintessential Tangerine Dream live experience. The lineup of Froese-Franke-Schmoelling had perhaps the best chemistry in the history of the band. This work finds them at their peak: playing off one another and creating soundscapes that (for the time period) boggled the mind.

I finally got to see TD live in 1992, and while it was sonically quite pleasurable (the lineup was Froese-Froese-Spa and the guitarist recording with the band at the time), it was not the magisterially mysterious and forboding sound that permeated the Dream concerts of 1975-1982.

Probably the only better live album than this one would be Ricochet in its depth of mystery, but Logos contains more tender moments as well as "rocking" portions. The 2nd half of Part 2 is classic for its drumming and recurring theme.

Anyone seeking out to listen to Tangerine Dream for the first time could do alot worse than to start with this one. Easily a prog rock staple, this release finds TD at their creative peak.

beebs | 5/5 |


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