Edgar Froese – Stuntman


Released: 1979 By WHD

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Weight 105 g



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1 review for Edgar Froese – Stuntman

  1. Jeffrey J.Park / USA

    I think that of the few solo albums by Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese that I have heard, this 1979 release is quite good, and shows Edgar firing on all cylinders. In general, I was pretty impressed with the arrangements, which (when gauged relative to other works of electronica) are fairly involved musically and thematically and show Edgar giving a vague nod in the direction of progressive electronica. Although speculative, he may have been influenced by the almost prog rock” sound on the contemporaneous Tangerine Dream album Force Majeure.

    While there are bits of Force Majeure and the excellent Tangerine Dream album Tangram (1980) scattered throughout

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