Orange Light Years - Студийный альбом от Edgar Froese. В альбом вошло 26 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:36:39. Edgar Froese 2009 The Epsilon Journey CD2 Heatwave City. Edgar Froese - Baryll Blue. Edgar Froese - One Fine Day In Siberia.
Orange Light Years is a music boxset/compilation recording by EDGAR FROESE (Progressive ve Rock) released in 2005 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Compilation/Studio, released November 2005 -. Covers. CD release Germany 2005 Artwork: Edgar Froese. Download release 2007 Artwork: Edgar Froese. The front cover artwork is based on a Zoom-O-Graphic by Edgar Froese, titled In the Strange Garden of Boschali. Some changes have been made for the album release, though, such as hiding the face and breast of the woman in the center behind other graphic elements. Not surprisingly, the compilation has a strong focus on the most recent studio album Dalinetopia (2005), featuring four tracks of that album alone
Orange Light Years (2005) (double CD semi-compilation with new and remixed tracks). Solo 1974–1983 - The Virgin Years (2012) (4 disc compilation including four alternate versions and Ages album in full). 70 – '80 (1981) box set compilation album by Tangerine Dream includes a Froese solo track, "Baryll Blue". The track was an outtake from the Ages recording sessions. The Tangerine Dream album Views from a Red Train (2008) was originally announced as an Edgar Froese solo album. It was eventually expanded with other band members performing, but the album remains composed entirely by Froese. Other later Tangerine Dream albums have been composed and performed entirely by Froese, including Summer in Nagasaki (2007), Winter in Hiroshima (2009) and Chandra (2009).
Orange Light Years (2005). Artist: Edgar W. Froese No. of Discs: 2 CD Status: Studio Album. Tracklist CD 1 0. alking to maddox 0. alerotica 0. ain dance 0. ropic of capricorn 0. ulcano 0. aluminacion 0. agic lantern 0. ahara child 0. carlet score for mescalero 1. oad to odessa 1. nake bath 1. aluna.
Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Also, Edgar Froese is playing guitar on this album!! No stand ins, Finally. To my disappointment though he has lost his love for great lead runs like those we heard in "Three Bikes in The Sky," or the ending passages of "London. Instead he meanders a bit with a reliance on harmonics and tones, but it's ok because this cd is so effective and damned pretty! It really is. To me it is like Mars Polaris, with a little more focus, and consistency.
Edgar Willmar Froese (6 June 1944 – 20 January 2015) was a German artist and electronic music pioneer, best known for founding the electronic music group Tangerine Dream. Although his solo and group recordings prior to 2003 name him as "Edgar Froese", his solo albums from 2003 onward bear the artist name "Edgar W. Froese". Froese was born in Tilsit, East Prussia, on D-Day during the Second World War; members of his family, including his father, had been killed by the Nazis and his mother and surviving family settled in West Berlin after the war.
|Talking To Maddox||8:37|
|Tropic Of Capricorn||5:10|
|Scarlet Score For Mescalero||4:55|
|Road To Odessa||5:16|
|Shores Of Guam||5:06|
|Dome Of Yellow Turtles||5:08|
|The Light Cone||4:33|
|Vault Of The Heaven||5:07|
|Traffic Of Silence||5:46|
|009 CD||Edgar W. Froese*||Orange Light Years (2xCD, Comp)||Eastgate||009 CD||Germany||2005|
|009 CD||Edgar W. Froese*||Orange Light Years (2xCD, Comp, RM)||Eastgate||009 CD||Germany||2015|