Edgar Froese "Stuntman"

Edgar Froese "Stuntman"

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Edgar Froese
Virgin Records (US) 1979
VI 2139 (LP)
sleeve : EX+(CO, some slightly wear on edge.)media : NM-/NM-(some slightly surface noises, still fine.)

This solo album was released in 1979 by Edgar Froese, one of the key members of Tangerine Dream, one of the most important groups in the early days of kraut electronics/progressive rock. A1 is magnificent, with dreamy synth work over a thick arpeggio bass, which was used extensively in Tangerine Dream's work from the late 70s and early 80s. A2/B2 are the prelude to his 1983 masterpiece "Pinnacles", which is a meditative synth album that shows off Edgar Froese's aesthetic and worldview.

A2: It Would be Like Sadma
B2: a Deli-Esque Sleep Fuse

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