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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 11:49 pm 
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5 Tracks? difficult.

I've only found one and a half...

1.The Ones - Love Of Mine (yesss, the first with SAX!)
1,5.Madrigal Meridian (maybe has Mellotron-Sax)


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Insvims wrote:
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Death of a nightingale & Midwinter night

Anyone?


Sorry, the ballads are not my thing.


I usually prefer the more up-tempo tracks, but I must say that Death Of A Nightingale is absolutely beautiful.


Beatuiful? Perhaps. Exciting? Nope. :P


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since when are slower tunes exciting

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Erik wrote:
since when are slower tunes exciting



have a listen to Zeit, the album is the most exciting listen you will ever have......huge amounts of 'slow' TD is thrilling.....or are you a fan of the 90s TD clitter clatter clitter clatter club style drum work :?:

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i was leaning more towards the ballads. i'm well aware that Zeit is tremendous

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Erik wrote:
i was leaning more towards the ballads. i'm well aware that Zeit is tremendous



:oops: :wink:

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1. Long Island Sunset
2. Oriental Haze (Three Phase / Arizona)
3. Galley Slave's Horizon
4. Red Roadster
5. Longing For Cashba (I-Box)


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The Blue Bridge
Long Island Sunset
Lifted Veil
Red Roadster
Oriental Haze


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Red Roadster is a great track, but is there more than a couple of seconds of sax on it?


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Jon wrote:
Red Roadster is a great track, but is there more than a couple of seconds of sax on it?

The same pretty much goes for "Longing For Cashba" as well, but sometimes less is more. In both tracks, I love how the sax is used.


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Jon wrote:
Red Roadster is a great track, but is there more than a couple of seconds of sax on it?


Funnily enough I was just thinking that...it's a while since I've heard it. Maybe it's about eight seconds near the end :lol: I'll listen to it again tonight and remember being 21 and feel sad!


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The sax on Red Roadster starts after 7 minutes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWQsL1TAztI

The sax is by Richi (Richard) Wester by the way, not Linda Spa.


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I listened to Red Roaster (or Red Rooster as I like to call it) a few nights ago. Still sounds good, lots of tension and build up. A little nostalgic. Two bursts of saxophone near the end of the track...yes not all the sax on TD tracks is by Linda Spa.


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Red Roadster is indeed a great track, the best one on Rockoon along with Big City Dwarves. Clearly a band with lots of confidence from film composing. It's kind of filmic.


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