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Kyoto – The Beauty of Simplicity – Tangerine Dream

Kyoto - Tangerine Dream

Kyoto (2005, 66 min)
Tangerine Dream

Kyoto is a nearly lost gem from Tangerine Dream, from a time when the group consisted of Edgar Froese and Johannes Schmoelling. The album is a showcase of passionate work from this talented duo. The music is alluring and has a mesmerizing, haunting quality throughout.

This collection of songs was originally written by Edgar Froese and Johannes Schmoelling in 1983, when Tangerine Dream toured Japan for the first time. The plan was to release the music on an album, but due to various conflicts, the project got shelved. Thankfully, in 2005, Edgar and Johannes finally decided to make the material a full length CD – old 24 track tapes had to be restored to make this happen.

Back side of Kyoto CD

Kyoto - Tangerine Dream (back cover)

Kyoto – full album 2005 – Tangerine Dream

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