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Tangerine Dream: Peter Baumann (flute, piano, organ, synthesizer); Edgar Froese (Mellotron, organ, synthesizer); Chris Franke (keyboards, synthesizer). Recorded in December 1973. Widely considered one of Tangerine Dream's masterworks, fallout from the sonic phenomenon that is PHAEDRA can still be found lingering in the ambient movement of the early '90s and in much of contemporary electronica. The aural architecture that the band built from scratch remains unparalleled. Tangerine Dream was truly ahead of its time--the four epic-length tracks on PHAEDRA revealed a band that fully understood, and loved to manipulate, the complex array of knobs, dials, and switches that protruded from their synthesizer facades. The title track is an almost spooky exercise in synth/sequencer tension and dynamics--while eerie atmospheres of Mellotron go head to head with spiraling Moogs, dense, humming sequencer webs percolate along the surface, motile and mobile. The album's closer Sequent C, leaves the listener breathless, as black electronic clouds form and dissipate, and the surrounding space becomes corporeal sound.
- Mysterious Semblance At The Strand Of Nightmares
- Movements Of A Visionary
- Sequent C