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PostPosted: Sun Dec 31, 2006 11:41 pm 
How Come Tangerine Dream is always Dressed in Black on Stage it There Favorites Color. :?:

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 31, 2006 11:49 pm 
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It sure makes an easy choice on "what to wear" everyday.. :wink:

I've been wondering the same thing :?:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 2:44 am 
Tangerine is the new black..... :wink:


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Echosnare wrote:
Tangerine is the new black..... :wink:


Tell that to the goth community.
I remember white was "the new black" in mid-90s goth circles, but now black is apparently all black again. :roll:

I think TD look good in black, and it would be kind of strange if there suddenly were a bunch of Ukranian revolutionaries on stage. :wink:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 8:24 am 
I Also Dressed in Black Too Just You let know Guy's but I did it not Tell Then I was a Tangerine Dream Fan. :roll:
Everyday I Dressed in Black. :wink:

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My wife as described some tracks as funeral music they obviously agree :)


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Got a feeling the first time I saw TD, Edgar was all dressed in white so it wasn't always that way.


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Most likely a light wear for an occasion in which, after all, music's fashion counts. :wink:


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My wife as described some tracks as funeral music they obviously agree :)



Afternoon in the Desert will be played at my funeral followed by Mothers of Rain 8)

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epsilon75 wrote:
Hyperboreauk wrote:
My wife as described some tracks as funeral music they obviously agree :)



Afternoon in the Desert will be played at my funeral followed by Mothers of Rain 8)

I would want Mothers of Rain at mine.... the Tempodrom version.


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epsilon75 wrote:
Hyperboreauk wrote:
My wife as described some tracks as funeral music they obviously agree :)



Afternoon in the Desert will be played at my funeral followed by Mothers of Rain 8)

I would want Mothers of Rain at mine.... the Tempodrom version.



Very emotional version DV at the Tempodrom...........not ashamed to say that the eyes were watering that night :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
Desert_Voyager wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Hyperboreauk wrote:
My wife as described some tracks as funeral music they obviously agree :)



Afternoon in the Desert will be played at my funeral followed by Mothers of Rain 8)

I would want Mothers of Rain at mine.... the Tempodrom version.



Very emotional version DV at the Tempodrom...........not ashamed to say that the eyes were watering that night :arrow:


It's strange that you should say that mate, as it seems to a quite common comment from TD fans recently. I've spoken to several and they all said they were 'almost' brought to tears during a gig...they're big tough nuts so obviously they'll deny it now ;) (I saw some moist eyes at the SBE ;)). Perhaps it's nostalgia for our youth or a youthful TD?, or perhaps it's just the power of music, regardless of era. Either way, play on!

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Ive been in this situation many times AK................cant really explain it other than the music moves me....When Rubycon kicked in at the SBE i totally lost the plot.............very wet eyes that night :cry: :cry:

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it always mystifies me why TD get labelled as 'cold' as their sound is very warm, human sounding and definetely emotional...I defy anyone to listen to Johannes's solo on Logos pt 1 or the second part of Song of the Whale without having a big lump in their throat. I guess that for some people synths will always equal cold machine music.

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