This one I used to have it, but on CD. As a boy, the only tape from TD I ever had was Rubycon, but later during an stay in London I bought Lily on the Beach and Canyon Dreams. I love some of the 90's sound from TD, but I have to agree with the general consensus that a lot of the late TD material sounds quite cheapo in its conception, perhaps as the result of having lost momentum/creativity. Curiously, as the years go by I feel more attracted with the stuff they did in the 80's, specially some of their OST's, maybe because in that period, TD still retained some of their early magic.
You will come back to TD, I'm positive about that. Whenever you're ready. The catching up period, will be just wonderful. I've had breaks, and listen to TD on much healthier basis now.Personally, I think the DM series are very nice. In prefered order: 4, 3, 5, 1, 2.
Wow......that was the album that killed my interest in TD the moment I heard it. I was a full 70's and 80's TD guy and DM One just sucked the life out of me. I dropped out of TD for a good 4 years or more. Whenever Mota Atma came out.
Now I am again on a TD Hiatus, 3 years and going without once putting a TD album on.
Strange how one's musical tastes can change so drastically.
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