Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Tangerine Dream in the next issue of PROGRESSION magazine

Tangerine Dream (cover story) — in-depth interview with founder Edgar Froese, including reflections on the band’s past, present and plans to end its touring career. Says Froese, “Every person attending a Tangerine Dream concert has a very subjective and special level of consciousness in the way he or she approaches life, music, literature, art, whatever. So because of that special subjective consciousness, he or she can or cannot relate to something. Some might be totally bored and leave after 10 minutes maybe, or at [intermission]. Which is totally OK, no problem. But the person who feels enlivened, or in some way deeply connected to the sound – not to someone onstage – will benefit most from the experience.”
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