Tangerine Dream ‎– Pergamon

Essential ‎– ESM CD 413, Castle Communications ‎– GAS 0000413ESM ACO
CD, Album, Remastered


1 Quichotte Part I 23:16
2 Quichotte Part II 22:47

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Recorded January 1980 during Tangerine Dreams' Live performance at the Palast of the Republic (former GDR)
Digitally remastered (DQC™) 1995 at Eastgate Studios Vienna
Published by Virgin Music Publ.

Digitally remastered version of AMIGA release cat nr. 8 55 819 from 1981.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 017615 841329
  • Label Code: LC 6448

Other Versions (5 of 25) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8 55 819 Tangerine Dream Quichotte(LP, Album, Red) AMIGA 8 55 819 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1981 Sell This Version
7 88002 2 Tangerine Dream Pergamon - Live At The »Palast Der Republik« GDR(CD, Album, RE) Virgin 7 88002 2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
SEQUEL 1047-2 Tangerine Dream Pergamon(CD, Album, RM) Sequel Records SEQUEL 1047-2 US 1996 Sell This Version
8 55 819 Tangerine Dream Quichotte(LP, Album, M/Print, Red) AMIGA 8 55 819 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1981 Sell This Version
LM 0261 Tangerine Dream Quichotte(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Laser Music LM 0261 Poland Unknown Sell This Version



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June 6, 2015
Rubbish. And there is no indication of the presence of either Chris Franke or Peter Baumann on the recording-as in its all Edgar tinkling the ivories-quite badly-or you could say he was playing an inferior piece quite well. The band-or rather EF-spoke about doing this project as if it represented opening cultural doors that had previously been closed-maybe it did in the sense that it was recorded in East Berlin-but having done something musically inferior in East Berlin doesn't make someone an emissary of global peace. EF frequently talked about TD being a movement rather than just a band-as in the music of TD represented the peace movement-I think TD is often is very good music-its just that this CD isn't an example of any of it.