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 Post subject: Re: TD 1977 tour
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"...One piece featured a harsh, scything guitar solo by Edgar, dry ice, strobe lights, the works and closed with bass notes so cataclysmic that you could feel them thudding into you, I swear for several seconds after the music had ended I could still feel every molecule in my body throbbing in the same rhythm. The more ethereal, cosmic side of the Tangs music has now largely given way to power and energy, sometimes dark and demonic, sometimes blindingly incadescent. There are still moments of quiet beauty, rippling rhythms, wistful flute like sounds, Edgar classical quotes on piano. But mostly now they are in Overdrive."

Laser Love by Al Lewis
Sounds, april 30th 1977



God why was i not around to see this majesty 8)

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At their peak and 4 years too early for me. So cruel!

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At their peak and 4 years too early for me. So cruel!


Waste of time, they wouldn't have let you in, in your shorts ;)

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In 1977 TD were indestructible and on fire. Nothing they did was bad.
MrCox and I did some reviews of the recordings from that tour. http://td.pertou.dk/eng-tt.htm


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In 1977 TD were indestructible and on fire. Nothing they did was bad.
MrCox and I did some reviews of the recordings from that tour. http://td.pertou.dk/eng-tt.htm




Very good reveiws by both :wink: :arrow:

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At their peak and 4 years too early for me. So cruel!


Waste of time, they wouldn't have let you in, in your shorts ;)


I'd have been ok. I started shaving and going to X rated movies, aged 11. The downside was I had to pay full fare on public transport.

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At their peak and 4 years too early for me. So cruel!


Waste of time, they wouldn't have let you in, in your shorts ;)


I'd have been ok. I started shaving and going to X rated movies, aged 11. The downside was I had to pay full fare on public transport.



Bet the girls used to come to you for Free lessons then Mick :shock: :wink:

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Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
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At their peak and 4 years too early for me. So cruel!


Waste of time, they wouldn't have let you in, in your shorts ;)


I'd have been ok. I started shaving and going to X rated movies, aged 11. The downside was I had to pay full fare on public transport.



Bet the girls used to come to you for Free lessons then Mick :shock: :wink:


Steady :!:

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I love recordings of shows from this tour. I wonder if a recording will ever turn up from one of those last few (July?) shows they did, wherein "Coldwater Canyon" evolved.


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I love recordings of shows from this tour. I wonder if a recording will ever turn up from one of those last few (July?) shows they did, wherein "Coldwater Canyon" evolved.

That track still remains a mystery, but Edgar said it was performed, so... :?


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Sfearical Sequence wrote:
I love recordings of shows from this tour. I wonder if a recording will ever turn up from one of those last few (July?) shows they did, wherein "Coldwater Canyon" evolved.

That track still remains a mystery, but Edgar said it was performed, so... :?


Perhaps we'll never know

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in case bm is on repeat : after all he repeats himself all across the EM forums : can he just say here that ColdWater Canyon, no matter what its provenance, is one hell of an awesome track : stunning then, stunning now an stunning to come : its magic*




*butt then TD deal out magic eh?


BM :arrow:

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in case bm is on repeat : after all he repeats himself all across the EM forums : can he just say here that ColdWater Canyon, no matter what its provenance, is one hell of an awesome track : stunning then, stunning now an stunning to come : its magic*




*butt then TD deal out magic eh?


BM :arrow:

Completely agree.


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24db wrote:
"...One piece featured a harsh, scything guitar solo by Edgar, dry ice, strobe lights, the works and closed with bass notes so cataclysmic that you could feel them thudding into you, I swear for several seconds after the music had ended I could still feel every molecule in my body throbbing in the same rhythm. The more ethereal, cosmic side of the Tangs music has now largely given way to power and energy, sometimes dark and demonic, sometimes blindingly incadescent. There are still moments of quiet beauty, rippling rhythms, wistful flute like sounds, Edgar classical quotes on piano. But mostly now they are in Overdrive."

Laser Love by Al Lewis
Sounds, april 30th 1977



God why was i not around to see this majesty 8)


far too young mate!

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