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Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream

Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream
Performer: Kaleidoscope
Genre: Rock
Title: Tangerine Dream
MP3 album size: 1261 mb
FLAC album size: 1129 mb
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock
Country: UK
Released: 2018
Catalog number: KS1001, KS 1001, KS 7001
Label: Fontana

Tracklist


1Dive Into Yesterday4:44
2Kaleidoscope (First Philips Studio Recording)
3Please Excuse My Face2:09
4Mr. Small, The Watch Repairer Man2:41
5Holidaymaker2:29
6Kaleidoscope2:14
7The Sky Children7:59
8Flight From Ashiya2:39
9(Further Reflections) In The Room Of Percussion3:18
10A Lesson, Perhaps2:41
11A Dream For Julie (First Known Recorded Version)
12The Murder Of Lewis Tollani2:47
13Dear Nellie Goodrich2:45

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TL.5448, TL 5448, 687 969 TLKaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Fontana, Fontana, FontanaTL.5448, TL 5448, 687 969 TLUK1967
PMS 7074-WPKaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE)Repertoire RecordsPMS 7074-WPGermany1998
AIRAC-1121Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)Air Mail ArchiveAIRAC-1121Japan2005
TECD292Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Talking Elephant RecordsTECD292UK2015
TL 5448, TL.5448, 687 969 TLKaleidoscope Tangerine Dream ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE, Unofficial)Fontana , Fontana , Fontana TL 5448, TL.5448, 687 969 TLUKUnknown

Credits


  • Artwork [Reproduction]Andy Morten
  • Bass, FluteSteve Clark
  • Consultant [Archive Consultation], Supervised By [Supervision]Peter Daltrey
  • Drums, PercussionDan Bridgman
  • Guitar, KeyboardsEddy Pumer
  • Liner NotesPeter Daltrey
  • Management [Artist Management], Coordinator [Project Coordination]Chris Barnett
  • ProducerDick Leahy
  • Remastered ByPete Kember
  • Vocals, KeyboardsPeter Daltrey
  • Written-ByPumer, Daltrey

Notes


2nd press: 1000 copies on 180gram black vinyl + bonus 7" & download.
Gatefold sleeve with printed inner bag.

C - Kaleidoscope (First Philips Studio Recording) - Recorded 20th february 1967
D - A Dream For Julie (First Known Recorded Version) - Recorded 16th november 1967

Barcodes


  • Barcode (On label affixed to original shrink wrap): 0705332634991
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A - on two lines): 886 460 TY 886 460 1Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B - on two lines): 886 460 TY 886 460 2Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): KS 7001 1F
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): KS 7001 2F
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 164319E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 164319E2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): KS7001 ̷ ̷B̷ A₁
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): KS7001 ̷ ̷A̷ B₁

Companies


  • Licensed From – Universal Music Catalogue
  • Licensed From – Chelsea Records
  • Distributed By – Republic Of Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Kaleidoscope Sounds
  • Copyright (c) – Kaleidoscope Sounds
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 164319E
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell Music
  • Published By – Flamingo Music Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Philips Studios
  • Remastered At – New Atlantis Studios
  • Designed At – Pepperbox

Video

Album


Tangerine Dream is Kaleidoscope's debut album released by Fontana Records on 24 November 1967. It is considered a classic psychedelic album and has been compared to Nirvana's The Story of Simon Simopath and Pink Floyd's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. Peter Daltrey, lead singer of the band was asked about the lyrics and the music of the album, and he wrote the following statement in the sleeve notes. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Dream - Kaleidoscope. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Kaleidoscope Tangerine Dream Kaleidoscope, Please Excuse My Face and more. 11 tracks 36:22. Released November 24, 1967. Tangerine Dream Tracklist. Kaleidoscope Lyrics. Please Excuse My Face 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 U. 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. Album 1967 11 Songs. Tangerine Dream. Rock 1967. Songs from the album Tangerine Dream by Kaleidoscope UK. UMG от лица компании Virgin EMI PEDL и другие авторские общества 2. 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, 1967. Dive Into Yesterday, 04:46. Flight From Ashiya, 02:40. Further Reflections In the Room of Percussion, 03:19. Dear Nellie Goodrich, 02:46. Holiday Maker, 02:29. A Lesson Perhaps, 02:42
Faell
Sounds perfect, and it couldn't be better for me. I confess i have just the talking elephant cd to compare - but if i had to, i couldn't really, cause it is just night and day
Quamar
On a slightly different subject, I have now purchased two copies of this release and would like to offer my comment on the pressing quality. Both my copies had visible and audible scratches on several tracks on both sides right out of the package. Indeed the record sounds lovely, better than the Tapestry "release" I also own, but it's a shame that the quality control could not be better. I'm invested to the tune of $90 without a keeper copy yet....
Perius
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.
Oreavi
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?
Alexandra
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.
IWantYou
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.
Faezahn
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?
Abuseyourdna
Interesting. Maybe people just arnt playing the record loud enough.
Magis
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 !
Duktilar
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…
Darkshaper
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...
Onnell
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 !
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