Tangerine Dream Lyrics

Genre: Electronic

Tangerine Dream Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Tyger
2 Alpha Centauri
3 Shy People
4 Loved By The Sun
5 Kiew Mission
6 Mellow Submersion (5th Teaching)
7 Moment Of Floating Into The Light
8 Madagascar
9 The Apparently Lunatic Hierarchy
10 Answers (6th Teaching)
11 Darkness Veiling The Night
12 Serpent Magique
13 Barnabass The Messenger
14 Lady Greengrass
15 Touching Truth
16 Devotion
17 Sahara Storm
18 London
19 Insight (7th Teaching)
20 Betrayel (Sorcerer Theme)
21 Kilimanscharo
22 Reset
23 Three Bikes In The Sky
24 Rain Prayer
25 Love Of Mine
26 Awareness (1st Teaching)
27 A Wise Fisherman’s Nocturnal Song
28 Sadness Of Echnaton Losing The World Child
29 Smile
30 Novice (2nd Teaching)
31 The End Of Bondage
32 Twilight In Abidjan
33 The Fly
34 Strange Voices
35 Too Hot For My Chinchilla
36 Mombasa (Tuareg Remix)
37 Trauma
38 Dream Phantom Of The Common Man
39 Irredeemable Entity
40 Dancing On A White Moon
41 Rising Runner Missed By Endless Sender
42 Sungate
43 The Implicit Will To Meet Klemm
44 Bent Cold Sidewalk
45 Marmontel Riding On A Clef
46 Hohat the Alchemist
47 Desperate Neverending Longing
48 Omniscience (8th Teaching)
49 Breath Kissing Matter's Mouth
50 Cat Scan
51 Surrender And Adaption
52 Nothing And All
53 Beauty Of Magic Antagonism
54 Paradise Cove
55 A Place Of Mercy
56 Fathom (3rd Teaching)
57 Fay Bewitching The Moon
58 Dreaming in A Kyoto Train
59 Approaching Snowy Village
60 Oracular World (4th Teaching)
61 Cycle Of Eternity
62 Moon River
63 Odd Welcome
64 Atem
65 Remembering Ayumi
66 Death In The Shadow
67 Bells Of Acra
68 The Untouchable Castle
69 Cyclone

Tangerine Dream Bio

Tangerine Dream is a German electronic music group founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese. The band has undergone many personnel changes over the years, with Froese being the only continuous member. Drummer and composer Klaus Schulze  was briefly a member of an early lineup, but the most stable version of the group, during their influential mid-1970s period, was as a keyboard trio with Froese, Christopher Franke, and Peter Baumann. Early in the 1980s, Johannes Schmoelling replaced Baumann, and this lineup, too, was stable and extremely productive.

Tangerine Dream's early "Pink Years" albums had a pivotal role in the development of Krautrock. Their "Virgin Years" and later albums became a defining influence in the genre known as New Age music, although the band themselves disliked the term.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangerine_dream