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Tangerine Dream - 35th Phaedra Anniversary Concert [DVD] [NTSC]

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  • Format: Live, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Floating World Records
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Feb 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,782 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in Berlin, the band has progressed through a full three dozen line up changes, with Froese being the only continuous member. The influence of Tangerine Dream's music on a generation of electronic and dance artists becomes increasingly evident, from The Orb, to Dj Shadow. At the beginning of the 21st century new material surfaced at a slightly slower rate. In addition to a handful of studio albums there were a number of movie soundtracks. In 1974 the band released Phaedra considered to be one of the most brilliant and compelling works in the history of electronic music. In 2005 Froese reunited Tangerine Dream to perform the 35th anniversary concert presented here on this DVD.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A concert to sit in a dark room and devour! 7 Jun 2013
By Wayne
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As with TD at Loreley, this concert is superb. It is only marred by lighting and some odd camera work. But in saying that, it is easy to criticise when one does not understand the difficulties in low, misty-light filming. The camera is at times just too much in love with itself.
However, these are mere foibles. To watch 165 minutes of musicians who are so in sync with each other, who are able to solo it and seamlessly mesh with each other is a total joy. TD's music is not for everyone. But then again what music is? The drummer, saxophonist and guitarists are clearly there to enjoy themselves. And that they do. I am only assuming there was an intermission somewhere in this marathon. Everyone looks so damned relaxed!
Highly recommended for anyone who loves alternative music. Sitting at the bottom of the world (NZ) I doubt whether I will ever have the pleasure of seeing a live TD concert. This is by far the next best thing. And to cap it off, this DVD has a 5.1 audio.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great TD 28 Dec 2012
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I love this it takes me back to a place in my earlier TD listenning and uses so many of the old music played by the current band members and must for anyone who love them like I do and have for since 1975
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1.0 out of 5 stars Really disappointing 7 Aug 2008
I've been a Tange fan for a long time. After reading the review above this I bought the dvd. I was totally disappointed. The audio quality is awful. The review above says the opposite. I don't think the person has listened to it on anything other than tv speakers. The audio has been recorded on a mic in the audience, not even through the P.A., meaning no bass, and lots of close by audience noises. The filming has been done on two camcorders, filming the same views over and over and over again. I'm amazed Tange actually put their name to this. Looks to me like they've had no part in it's production, as they would surely have asked for better quality than this. It's no better than a dodgy bootleg. Very dodgy. Save your money for something better.
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21 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sublime 12 July 2007
By Graeme Stewart VINE VOICE
This wonderful film records TD in towering form.

Kicking off with Classic '70's spacerock Rubycon, it is a breathless ride through three and a half decades of music, before a packed Shepherds Bush Empire audience.

The lighting & film quality of this are excellent,& while there are rumours that the audio on this are from a fan tape, you'd never know.
It's clear, & well matched to the visuals.

This is ALMOST as good as the Berlin Tempodrom DVD, but not quite. (I'm not in this one!)

Buy it & enjoy.... It's way better than the Astoria 2007
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4.0 out of 5 stars For the dedicated fan, a good look at their musical heritage 9 Oct 2007
By J. Cooney - Published on
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It took me a while to get into this DVD, until I realised that the guys were essentially showcasing various tracks from different parts of the TD heritage with a stage presence that matched. For example, whilst playing earlier TD such as Phaedra and Rubycon, the three keyboard players had their backs to the audience with a backdrop resembling the old stage setup from the '70s and the screens appearing as if they were the original sythezisers from that period. The lighting was subdued as well.
Later the more recent tracks of the '90s brought on a much brighter light show, and Iris the percussionist joined them. She is great and was thoroughly enjoying herself, giving new dimensions to the electronic percussion of old.
Eventually Linda Spa and Zlatco Perica joined the others for a very solid session through more recent music. These two musicians have great talent and a real presence and help create some fabulous atmosphere with the traditional TD electronic sounds.
Overall, some of the camera work was a bit disappointing, you weren't always sure what they were trying to show you. The recreation of the 60' and 70s swirly filming did not do much for me. Sound quality was good without being exceptional.
The song selection was good, with a look through many years. Some new interpretations sounded good, excellent musicianship and an appreciative audience. I really enjoyed the show.
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars utter disappointment 20 Feb 2008
By miqsk8 - Published on
What a bunch of tripe. It is painfully obvious that so much of this "performance" is nothing more than miming. Anyone who is even remotely familiar with the original material can realize that the "historical" material is absolutely note for note. A recording. Milli Vanilli. I'm angry. I have spent so much money on albums and shows in the past, to be promised a "concert" when well over half of it is obviously a recording is an insult. Ashley fricking Simpson! Look at the tune where Edgar is playing guitar alone. Not even close. What a joke!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Entertaining 30 July 2008
By Cosmic Mike - Published on
I wasn't sure what to expect when I bought this DVD after all T.D. is well past it's "heyday" and although they are pumping out material (remixed-remastered-re-recorded-restored etc etc)like crazy recently, most of it is pretty much a money grab situation. This concert is a little different. From 2005 and with the most recent line-up of Froese + Son (who needs a diet!!) + friends it's an overview of their entire musical history. I agree with other reviews that the Phaedra material looked and sounded like it was just a sampled off a computer but they added a lot of stuff over top and throughout to make it more today and alive. My biggest complaint is the annoying lights that blink constantly at the top of the screen from one of the camera's. Could nobody see these annoying lights and fixed the camera or what ever it was!? I watch the DVD with a black towel covering the top of the tv to stop the blinking. Substandard work once again. Sigh... that aside it's still a very entertaining trip through a great bands history. Although the players have changed (all except Edgar who clearly will take this band to his grave) and they haven't broken any new ground in a very long time, they still can whip it out and play. Not classic era by any means but you can never repeat the past and with Edgar's feuds with Peter Baumann (softened a bit with Peter releasing T.D. material on his Private Music Lable) and especially with Chris Franke (who split and left them without a studio) you are never going to get that reunion anyway. Not to mention Peter Baumann hasn't recorded anything musical in almost 25 years.

Update: a few years after I reviewed this I bought a flat screen TV (ie: awhile ago too) the flat screen eliminates the blinking light at the top of the screen. I added an extra star too. As time goes by there are fewer and fewer true electronic artists left from the bygone era.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not their best but still GREAT! 15 Nov 2008
By Music fan - Published on
I was shocked after reading some of the reviews for this DVD. 1 star? By no means is this their best DVD release, but it certainly does what it set out to do. I thought the way they played the beginning of the concert with their backs to the audience was a nice tribute to the early TD concerts. As far as the "miming" referenced in another review, I'm not sure how to address that. A good deal of TD music is 'programmed' and has been that way for decades. If anything, I find they are playing now for real more than ever. Especially with the addition of Linda Spa's saxophone and Iris Camaa's outstanding percussion. As far as playing Phaedra without Peter and Chris, are they never supposed to play that song again live? They at least played the re-recorded version. Some of the players on this DVD have been with the band since the early 90's (the entire 3-Phase lineup is here). This is hardly Edgar and a bunch of session musicians.

While the song selection on this DVD is not one I would choose, it is different than past tours and for that alone deserves points. At least they don't just play the same songs over and over - the advantages of not having hits I suppose. Also, just because they are not my favorites does not mean others won't like the song selection. There are many good tracks.

There are 2 things I don't like about this release.
1) Stop doing covers. This is not the first time they have done this and while they are good versions, they certainly have enough material of their own to choose from.
2) It is painfully obvious that Edgar does not want Jerome there and equally obvious that Jerome does not want to be there. It was painful watching Edgar introduce the band with such enthusiasm only to barely acknowledge his own son. This is made evident by the fact that Jerome left the group shortly after this concert.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Electronic Music Masters... 17 May 2010
By William D. Willis - Published on
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If you like spacey electronic music then this is a dvd you must own.Tangerine Dream has been in the forefront of this genre for over 35 years.They have many many albums to create a best of show...but I think they did it.Sometimes it's hard for people to watch 3 musicians from behind playing their music,but you must appreciate what they have done for electronic keyboards...then you will enjoy this !!!
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