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    Quote Originally Posted by smcfee View Post
    I doubt Wilson had anything to do with what bonus material got placed on what disc. Is there a credit to that effect in the box?
    Nope! Why would he, you might ask....
    Remix and done! ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by smcfee View Post
    I doubt Wilson had anything to do with what bonus material got placed on what disc. Is there a credit to that effect in the box?
    Mark Powell is credited with "Conception, tape research, compilation and co-ordination," so I would assume he made those decisions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calyx View Post
    Oh, I forgot to mention them. I included them on "Atem". Recorded 11/72 (live in Cologne), and "Atem" recorded 12/72-1/73 so...
    Nope, you had mentionned them, but they wxere titled differently


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    Quote Originally Posted by smcfee View Post
    I doubt Wilson had anything to do with what bonus material got placed on what disc. Is there a credit to that effect in the box?
    Mark Powell is credited with "Conception, tape research, compilation and co-ordination," so I would assume he made those decisions.
    Ok, Powell's fault, then!!

    Quote Originally Posted by alucard View Post
    I just re-saw the great TD Coventry concert video and it's mentioned in the end titles : Music from the record Ricochet. Are these exactly the same Ricochet exerpts as on the Stratosfear bonus which seems a bit longer then the video.
    yup, what a friggin' hoax, really!!

    At least we get some nice filmed pictures
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    Listened through the whole thing once so far. Have to say I'm very happy with the purchase, the remasters are very good and I particularly like the live material. Only thing I didn't really like was the track(s) with singing at the end of the set. They should really avoid that wherever possible.
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    I've had the box set (well, the iTunes version anyway) for a while, but finally found the chance to really delve into it over the holidays. Good lord, what a treasure trove. I don't care much about remixes, but the extras are amazing. The "great lost album" is a music fan cliche, and the half-baked or heavily re-worked recordings that are hyped as such when they surface are usually a disappointment. But Tangerine Dream actually HAS a great lost album, a carefully crafted, professionally recorded LP worth of mindblowing material called Oedipus Tyrannus, cut between Phaedra and Rubycon, every bit in the same league as those masterpieces, and inexplicably shelved. In fact, it sounds like the missing link between the best of their Ohr years soundscapes and the hypnotic Berlin-school sequencer-driven style that made them famous. Almost like a Zeit/Phaedra hybrid. Really stunning stuff from start to finish. But all of the extras are good, from the Phaedra sessions through the generous helping of mid-'70s live material, through the outtakes from the solid late-'70s albums Cyclone and Force Majeure. I'll be getting a lot of mileage out of this one, for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olias View Post
    ...through the outtakes from the solid late-'70s albums Cyclone and Force Majeure...
    Not really outtakes from the sessions for those albums - they are solo works by each of the three members recorded in 1977-79 and originally released on a compilation called "'70-'80".
    The only session outtakes in the box are the "Phaedra" outtakes (two CDs worth) and the excised opening to "Rubycon". Plus, of course, the "Oedipus" album.
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