reviews - 90'sOprettet af Jacob Pertou tir, september 02, 2008 18:04
puzzles me. It’s a little like pulling up a beautiful flower by the
roots, before the crown leaves have been unfolded.
Maybe I should just be grateful, as TD wasn’t the first band, director
Bobby Roth had in his minds, when he decided on doing a film on a
golfer. Blues and country bands were apparently not good enough, so he
decided to use an earlier success, called Tangerine Dream aka Edgar
Froese and Paul Haslinger.
Unfortunately, 22 tracks within 36 minutes almost say it all. TD’s
integrity of artistical liberty has been lost. If the tracks were
allowed to develop, we might have seen an album, which was more than
Blue Dawn (2006) worthy.
Ralph Wadephul, who made TD a trio, during their tour of USA, most
likely, made his compositorical stamp on a lot of the tracks, where the
leading theme is extremely touching, with its extremely moving, fake
Some cross-fading between the tracks, as well as countless repetitions,
creates a false state of continuity, and one is left with a feeling of
being cheated for something, that could’ve been so good.
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