|1||Tangerine Dream At Coventry Cathedral||27:44|
|RESPECTDVD3||Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream|| Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream - Live At Coventry Cathedral 1975 (DVD-V, NTSC)||Respect Recordings ||RESPECTDVD3||UK||2007|
|TPDVD181||Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream|| Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream - Live At Coventry Cathedral 1975 (CD + DVD-V, RE, NTSC)||Gonzo Multimedia||TPDVD181||UK||2013|
|TPDVD181||Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream|| Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream - Live At Coventry Cathedral 1975 (DVD-V, NTSC + CD)||Gonzo Multimedia||TPDVD181||UK||2013|
- Film Director – Tony Palmer
- Performer – Christopher Franke, Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann
In December 1974 Tangerine Dream were invited to play in the grand setting of Rheims Cathedral, a move certainly seen at the time as groundbreaking. Because of this, they were then invited to perform in the cathedrals of York, Liverpool and Coventry. The tour attracted unprecedented coverage in the media, especially at Coventry Cathedral, an iconic building rising like a Phoenix on the ruins of the old cathedral bombed to bits by the Germans in 1940 (Tangerine Dream is, after all, a German band) as a celebration of peace and reconciliation, as well as a lasting showcase for great contemporary art. The nave is dominated by a gigantic tapestry by Graham Sutherland, the main door dwarfed by a scuplture of St Michael & The Devil by Jacob Epstein, and the consecration in 1962 heard the first performance of Britten's incomparable 'War Requiem. To their lasting credit, Tangerine Dream contributed to this celebration.
This film released now for the first time on DVD will be welcomed by the massive Tangerine Dream fan base, and also seen for what it is - a meeting of cultures and for a brief moment in time, a time where the past met both the present and the future.
- Recorded At – Coventry Cathedral
Tangerine Dream at Coventry Cathedral. Coventry Cathedral The Original Film Soundtrack, Live From Coventry Cathedral. Tangerine Dream - Reims, original footage of the 1975 Tangerine Dream gig at the Coventry Cathedral. This is NOT the 2007 DVD where BBC added some extras, but unfortunately also dubbed the Ricochet album over the video. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Tony Palmer's Film Of Tangerine Dream. Live box includes a 24-page 1975 tour programme, Ricochet press pack, Coventry Cathedral ticket and promo photos, with a signed and numbered certificate by the director, Tony Palmer. Related videos. Independent Venue Week Documentary: The Long and Winding Road. Coventry Cathedral - Tangerine Dream. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Coventry CathedralThe Original Film Soundtrack, Live From Coventry Cathedral. Tony Palmer, Voiceprint Records TPDVD 169. Live at Coventry Cathedral 1975. Tony Palmer, Tony Palmer Films TPDVD 197. Tangerine Dream brings its electronic sounds to England's Coventry Cathedral with this classic performance. Noted concert filmmaker Tony Palmer captures all the excitement of this 1975 show from the German psychedelic rockers. Product Identifiers. 1 071,33 RUB. 192,69 RUB за доставку. товар 2 TANGERINE DREAM - LIVE AT COVENTRY CATHEDRAL 1975 NEW DVD -TANGERINE DREAM - LIVE AT COVENTRY CATHEDRAL 1975 NEW DVD. 1 186,95 RUB. Film director Tony Palmer had always been deeply unsatisfied with his film of legendary Krautrock band Tangerine Dream. For one thing it had contained the wrong music. Palmer explains: Well, it was a cunning piece of Richard Bransonism That is, it was the soundtrack of the yet-to-be-released album. Nonetheless if you are a diehard fan of the 1970s lineup in Tangerine Dream this DVD is a must have in one version or another. Just know that it is a video with album music set to it. It is not a document of a live performance. I'll bet a pound to a pinch of shit that at least Chris Jones from The Sea Of Wires attended this famous Tangerine Dream performance in the rather attractive Coventry Cathedral. Built,as mentioned in the previous post, next door to the original Cathedral which was one of the many victims of the Luftwaffe's carpet bombing of the city's central areas in 1940. So, ironically, here we have a different kind of German doing something constructive in that very same citydoing something far more worthwhile than the British Modernist architects of the 1950's,who made the place into