Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975 – Tangerine Dream – 2003

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Album Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975 by Tangerine Dream
Album Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975 by Tangerine Dream

Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975 is an album by the German electronic music group Tangerine Dream, released in 2003. It contains a recording of a live performance at Coventry Cathedral in England on October 4, 1975, as part of a series of concerts in cathedrals that the band did in 1974 and 1975. The album features the classic line-up of Edgar Froese, Christopher Franke and Peter Baumann, playing a mix of improvisation and material from their albums Phaedra and Rubycon. The concert was filmed by the British director Tony Palmer and released on DVD in various editions. The album is considered one of the best examples of Tangerine Dream’s early experimental style, blending atmospheric soundscapes, sequencer rhythms and guitar solos.

Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975 is considered to be a classic live album by Tangerine Dream. The album is notable for its epic and atmospheric sound, and it is a showcase of the band’s early live prowess.

Credits

  • Released in 2003 by Voiceprint Records
  • Recorded live on October 4, 1975 at Coventry Cathedral, England
  • Performed by Edgar Froese, Christopher Franke and Peter Baumann
  • Produced by Edgar Froese
  • Engineered by Mick Glossop
  • Mastered by Simon Heyworth
  • Cover art by Monique Froese
  • Photography by Monique Froese and Mick Glossop

The different versions published for this album :