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Loom - Scored (Live 2011) (Uk)
Scored (Live 2011) (Uk)
Artist: Loom
Format: CD

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Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 04/14/2023
UPC: 4012831181137

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DISC: 1

1. Palace of Dreams
2. Modulation Agents
3. La Marche
4. Catwalk
5. Going West
6. Matjora Is Still Alive
7. A Room in the House Closed to the Public
8. A Long Way Home
9. Abacus
10. Crystal Red
11. Circles
12. Towards the Evening Star
13. The Rise of the Smooth Automaton
14. My Reality at 52 Degrees of Latitude
15. Cartoony Universe
16. White Eagle
17. Beach Theme
18. A Mellow Morning
19. Time and Tide
20. Choronzon

More Info:

At the E-Live Festival 2011 in the Dutch city of Oirschot (near Eindhoven), the absolute top act was the new formation Loom - This was mainly due to the line-up of the band, which consists of Johannes Schmoelling, Jerome Froese and Robert Waters - The first two should be known to all electronic fans, as they were members of the cult formation Tangerine Dream for several years. In spring 2012, the recording of this unique concert was released on a double CD. Even if you don't see the protagonists, you can guess which magical moment it was when Johannes Schmoelling played the opening track "Palace Of Dreams" solo on a grand piano. He manages to give this wonderful piece a certain intimacy and also intensity and shows quite clearly what influence he had on the music of Tangerine Dream. After this haunting opener, at the beginning of "Modulation Agents", synth pads float through the room, only to give way to a driving sequencer rhythm shortly after. It is impressive how Schmoelling, Froese and Waters manage to create such an incredible, dense atmosphere.