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


Tangerine Dream


Progressive Electronic

3.78 | 168 ratings

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4 stars For me personally Tangerine Dream was quite known for its space rock music style where I need appropriate mood to enjoy the music as I originally came from the kind of symphonic prog music. But it does not necessarily mean that this is not the kind of music that I cannot enjoy it's just I need quite sometime to find the best mood to get the subtleties of the music. Once I love their 'Bent Cold Sidewalk' track from Cyclone album but not many tracks of them that I am aware of.

As for Logos, I remember vividly that I was doing my final years at college when this album in cassette format I purchased, the same year with Marillion Script for a Jester's Tear. During the year I basically more into Marillion than other bands because to me Marillion brought alive the spirit of prog. But when I got a bit bored with Marillion I found others like Logos from Tangerine Dream - especially when I worked my academic work during the night until midnight. Wow! The opening track Logos really fit my purpose where at that time I need something foft as background and there are so many electronic instruments that Tangerine Dream plays in this live performance. I like the way how the keyboards and its devices create various sounds throughout the track. When I am now playing the cassette of this album now I can feel the way I worked at that time and I find joy now listening the music of Logos. The beauty is how the music flows and transcends all segments wonderfully as we are moving away with the music. Wahat a beautiful composition!

Overall, I find this album very good and enjoyable from start to end, especially when you enjoy it while the light is off and sipping a cup of coffee ... What a life! Am not doing it now as I am listening while writing the review of this album and it's heavy rain outside now. It's really enjoyable.... Keep on proggin' ...!

Peace on earth and mercy mild - GW

Gatot | 4/5 |


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