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  • Singer: Kaleidoscope
  • Album: Tangerine Dream
  • MP3: 1273 mb | FLAC: 1312 mb
  • Released: 1967
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 455
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Kaleidoscope  - Tangerine Dream mp3 flac

Kaleidoscope (2). Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, RE). 5 Hours Back. Kaleidoscope (2). Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial). Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE). Repertoire Records.

Tangerine Dream is Kaleidoscope's debut album released on Fontana Records on November 24, 1967. Though not as popular as the . Kaleidoscope, this British band was also a band from the psychedelic movement with moderate domestic success, and just enough international exposure to have this album recognized in the genre's catalogue and regarded as one of the best in the same.

Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (Full Album). Лицензиар: "UMG (от лица компании "Mercury"); SODRAC, ASCAP, ARESA, Warner Chappell, PEDL, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. Please Excuse My Face. Лицензиар: UMG (от лица компании "Mercury"); PEDL.

Tangerine Dream probably has the edge as the best of this British psychedelic group's two albums, but not by much. A long sought-after psychedelic rarity, it includes several of Kaleidoscope's best songs: "Flight from Ashiya," "Dive into Yesterday," "The Murder of Lewis Tollani," and especially the fragile ballad "Please Excuse My Face.

Tangerine Dream Tracklist. 1. Kaleidoscope Lyrics. 3. Dive Into Yesterday Lyrics. Released by Fontana Records on November 24, 1967 ‘Tangerine Dream’ is the debut album of British psychedelic rock group Kaleidoscope (not to be confused with . group of the same name). Produced by Dick Leahy, the albums main theme is life and people. As lead vocalist Peter Daltrey puts it the collective subject of our songs is simple, life and people. We have written our songs about you. Happy people, sad people, lovely people and a few confused people. The album has been compared musically to Pink Floyds ‘The Piper at the Gates of Dawn’ and Nirvana’s ‘The Story of Simon Simopath

Please Excuse My Face" is an entertaining psychedelic pop tune, distinguished by the intro, which is remarkably similar to "Old Friends (Bookends Theme)" by Simon and Garfunkel.

Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/07 - (Further Reflections) In The Room Of Percussion. Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/08 - Dear Nellie Goodrich. Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/09 - Holidaymaker. Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/10 - A Lesson Perhaps. Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/11 - The Sky Children. Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/12 - Flight From Ashiya (mono single version). Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream (1967)/13 - Holiday Maker (mono single version).

Album · 1967 · 11 Songs. More By Kaleidoscope. See All. Dive Into Yesterday.

Tangerine Dream, 1967. Tangerine Dream, 1967. Please Excuse My Face, 02:11. Dive Into Yesterday, 04:46. Mr. Small the Watch-Repairer Man, 02:43. Flight From Ashiya, 02:40. The Murder of Lewis Tollani, 02:47. Further Reflections) In the Room of Percussion, 03:19.

Tracklist

Kaleidoscope
Please Excuse My Face
Dive Into Yesterday
Mr. Small, The Watch Repairer Man
Flight From Ashiya
The Murder Of Lewis Tollani
(Further Reflections) In The Room Of Percussion
Dear Nellie Goodrich
Holidaymaker
A Lesson, Perhaps
The Sky Children

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TL.5448, TL 5448, 687 969 TL Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Fontana, Fontana, Fontana TL.5448, TL 5448, 687 969 TL UK 1967
STL.5448, STL 5448, 886 460 TY Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album) Fontana, Fontana, Fontana STL.5448, STL 5448, 886 460 TY UK 1967
TOCK 005 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, RE) 5 Hours Back TOCK 005 UK 1987
CDTD2165 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Fingerprint Records CDTD2165 US 1995
PMS 7074-WP Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE) Repertoire Records PMS 7074-WP Germany 1998
none Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Fontana none 2002
AIRAC-1121 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) Air Mail Archive AIRAC-1121 Japan 2005
REPUK 1077 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Repertoire Records REPUK 1077 UK 2005
TPT 218 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Tapestry Records TPT 218 Liechtenstein 2006
SBRLP5086 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, RE) Sunbeam Records SBRLP5086 UK 2011
TECD292 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Talking Elephant Records TECD292 UK 2015
KS1001, KS 1001, KS 7001 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Tan + 7" + Ltd, Num) Fontana, Fontana, Fontana KS1001, KS 1001, KS 7001 UK 2017
KS1001, KS 1001, KS 7001 Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM + 7", Single + Ltd, 2nd) Fontana, Fontana, Fontana KS1001, KS 1001, KS 7001 UK 2018
PMS 7074-WP Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE) Repertoire Records PMS 7074-WP Germany Unknown
TL 5448, TL.5448, 687 969 TL Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE, Unofficial) Fontana , Fontana , Fontana TL 5448, TL.5448, 687 969 TL UK Unknown
none Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE, Unofficial) Fontana none UK Unknown


Whitegrove
This pressing does sound really good and well balanced. Great pressing quality, too. I enjoy listening to this more than any of the new CD reissues.
sunrise bird
The cover of the LP is bigger then a regular/Not standard size.
krot
A decent reissue.Although I doubt this to be fully analog like the hype sticker suggests its not unlistenable by any means.What could be bettered however is in expanding tge spectrum of sound used. The low end especially seems to be underutilized and hence makes makes aspects like vocals somewhat thin and brittle. Especially has they exhibit some sibilant S's to boot.Likewise when the soundstage gets busy we lose some control and separation.The pressing however is quiet for the most part which is great for GZ.The booklet is also a nice extra, but I really do wonder how the 2018 reissue and first press compares.Equipment Used:Rega RP1 with Nagaoka MP-200 CartridgeCyrus 2 AmplifierSystem Fidelity SF-3050 Tower SpeakersCustom made HQ Speaker Cables
Ueledavi
In responce to the comment below regarding the mastering of this issue. We oversaw the repackaging and remastering of this LP on behalf of Kaleidoscope Sounds. After reading these dissapointing comments we would like to set the record straight.Remastering was done by one of the most respected underground artists on the scene Spaceman 3, if you would read the sleeve notes, 3 years was spent tracking down the master tapes. If you look on the bands facebook page you will see the singer and drummer holding some of the original master tapes from the album. Its very upsetting to hear that a bootleg copy from 20 years ago is considered sonically superior to this 1st official re-issue of the lp which has been sourced unequivocally from the master tapes, from that we have improved sonic imperfections from the master. For example in the track 'Dive into yesterday' the original had a dip in the music at the 1.36 mark, under the bands direct guidance Pete Kember has doctered the slight dip [that has niggled the band for 50 years] to sonically enhance the listeners experience. We hope this clears up any dispute regarding the mastering of this masterpiece.
Hi_Jacker
chaossphere32 leonthepro chaossphere32 I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify? chaossphere32 I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify? Please come back with your thoughts on this, Im curious what you think as youre not attached to the old counterfeits. I thought the LP sounded great for the most part. It certainly didn't lack 'bite' as domcat53 said and on first listen there only a few negatives (some slight and quiet static for a few seconds on two tracks). I'm not good at reviewing audio quality, but I greatly enjoyed listening to it, and if I hadn't read the comments on here, would have been none the wiser to any notion of there being issues with the release. I assume you mean tape hiss when you say static?
Dorizius
leonthepro chaossphere32 I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify? chaossphere32 I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify? Please come back with your thoughts on this, Im curious what you think as youre not attached to the old counterfeits. I thought the LP sounded great for the most part. It certainly didn't lack 'bite' as domcat53 said and on first listen there only a few negatives (some slight and quiet static for a few seconds on two tracks). I'm not good at reviewing audio quality, but I greatly enjoyed listening to it, and if I hadn't read the comments on here, would have been none the wiser to any notion of there being issues with the release.
Nayatol
chaossphere32 I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify? chaossphere32 I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify? Please come back with your thoughts on this, Im curious what you think as youre not attached to the old counterfeits.
Stan
I've just ordered this release online so I'm hoping you are correct. I honestly would be very surprised if a bootleg was better sonically than a release taken from the original master tapes and remastered by Pete Kember. I wonder if some people have grown attached to the sound on their bootleg releases so much, that they can't adjust to the new and presumably improved sound on the remaster (I've seen this happen online with some of the Steven Wilson remixes of classic prog records). It's also important in my view to eschew bootlegs and support the official reissues of 60s/70s pysch/prog releases to support the artists and so that other records in a similar vein are reissued.Out of interest, is the Kember mix the one on Spotify?
Topmen
Interesting. Maybe people just arnt playing the record loud enough.
Phain
I have thought about it before leaving my comment, and I've listened and compared carefully, because at first I was shocked to note that the boot copy sounded better… and I felt a little bit swindled too, because I had paid 42 € for the official reissue.So it's a real remaster from the original tapes, and thank you for the details about the remastering, but I would not change my comment about the sound. Had I bought a flawed copy (2018 repress in black vinyl) ? Seems a bit like a mystery to me !
Qusserel
This official release is endorsed by the band, and that's great… but sorry, my 2002 vinyl bootleg copy sounds punchier and clearer ! This official reissue sounds flat and thin, so I really doubt it has been mastered from the original tapes…
Halloween
I first bought the 1998 Repertoire reissue CD, then my boot vinyl copy in 2002 or 2003. The boot vinyl has the same sound than the Repertoire CD, it has even a punchier sound here & there (notably the drums on "Dear Nellie Goodrich" & "Dive into yesterday"). In the years 2000s there has been many boot pressings of UK groups like Koobas, Wimple Winch, Caravan (1st album) etc... & those boots had good quality pressings and sound (except the Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera's LP which sounds like a bad mp3 !). About the condition of master tapes, I remember I myself recorded some demos on BASF and Agfa reel tapes, and when I've listened to these reels some 15 years later I noticed that the Agfa ones had lost a lot of high-pitched sounds... So tell me about a 50 years old tape & its storage conditions...
Vudozilkree
Further to my comments on the tangerine coloured vinyl pressing that preceded this (black/plain ?) vinyl official re-issue . yes , I agree : it sounds flat and thin . I originally commented that it was only very slightly clearer than the previous re-issue on the Five Hours Back , 1987 , re-issue , but , after listening to it again , I now conclude it has noticeably less depth and clarity than the FHB issue. I've never heard the bootleg you got in 2002 , but that's interesting to know it was sonically better than these 2017 and 2018 official re-presses !
Mojind
I agree with cadjal712 : the pressing doesn't sound too 'hot'... although the vinyl is nice and silent , on my copy , anyway.Has this something to do with remastering or the cutting stage or the quality of the copy master ?The 5 Hours Back pressing is very slightly 'sharper' or clearer , compared to this issue.I've never heard an original stereo pressing.The only issue I've heard of it on cd is the Repertoire CD re-issue from circa 2006 , which , although not an accurate way to compare against re-issue vinyl , seems sonically clearer as well.How about an official re-press of the Mono mix ? (does anyone know for sure if its a dedicated mix or a 'fold-down' ?)... there doesn't seem to have been one yet : just the bootleg. I heard an original Mono a few times many years ago and it had a bit more 'bite' to it , to my ears , anyway.
Stick
I've never heard an original mono, but this pressing sounds wonderful.
LivingCross
Vinyl reissue pressing is sourced from a digital master, not directly from the tape. Pressing is not cut very hot and does not sound nearly as good or dynamic as an original Fontana or 5 Hours Back reissue pressing
Lyrtois
I agree. This is a letdown. Even less dynamic than my Repertoire CD. I'm not questioning the good intentions and the nice packaging - but this is not a big improvement... direct from tapes or not.
Shakataxe
One information:By my copy, there was no download code, not as a card nor placed on inner sleeve !How about that ?Not that I miss it that much, I give it usually as a gift away.
Gelgen
Mine was in the lefthand side of the jacket, where the 7" was.
Vit
Very nice item. The vinyl is silent and flat. Comes in luxurious gatefold sleeve with nice extras. I never would have guessed I would have this wonderful record signed one day.
Sagda
Quite nicely done and the sound isn;t too bad either BUT, and it is a BIG but, this is NOT Mono whatever the label may claim. (It is not even close to Mono...)
Isha
I bought this reissue sealed, and upon playing it found two very serious scratch marks on the b-side.I took it back to my shop and got a replacement, and guess what?There is another scratch on the b-side!The scratch this time is on B1, and it is less of a problem than with my first copy (which was also B1 and more prominently with B5).I will not be returning this copy as I am reasonably happy (given the ticks that occur through the end of B1), but has anyone else has similar problems with this issue?I think it is definitley something that Sunbeam should be made aware of.
watching to future
I've got one of these and is sounds great. no problems whatsoever.
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