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|Title:||The Keep (The Film Music Of Tangerine Dream)|
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The Keep (1997) is the twenty-third soundtrack album by Tangerine Dream and their fifty-eighth overall. It is the soundtrack to the movie The Keep (1983). A limited run of 150 CDs were sold at a concert by the group in the UK in 1997.
The Keep Score by Tangerine Dream. Strange Obsessions for the Music from an Obscure 1983 Supernatural Horror Film. Written by Kit Rae (and friends). Last update December 2013. Disk 2 1, The Keep (4:50) Fantasy Merchants cover 2. Glaeken's Quest (4:27) Fantasy Merchants cover 3. Brothers in Death (8:16) Fantasy Merchants cover 4. Fisherman's Morning (3:41) Fantasy Merchants cover 5. Evil Healing (4:58) Fantasy Merchants cover 6. Deadly Silver Crosses (alternative theme) (5:27) @ Said to be Newly found material composed for The Keep. That said, this is a very good album of original Tangerine Dream material, with several excellent compositions. Had this music been used, it would have made The Keep a very different film, and probably made it feel more dated today, since this unused music includes a lot of sounds specific to the mid 1980's period.
Complete your Tangerine Dream collection. The Keep Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (CDr, Num, Unofficial). Come Out Of The Safe Records. Regardless of the soundtrack's relation to the actual music in the film, it's a great set of music that fits in nicely with their other work of the era (1983). Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing The Keep, CD, Unofficial, ORCD 20011983. Mine is the orange coloured disc and says "HDCD" on it.
Soundtrack, released November 1997 -. Covers. The album was for the first time to be issued in 1984 by Virgin, catalogue numbers had already been printed in lists, and some people believe that even a handful of LP copies may have hit the shops then. This time 300 copies with a different cover artwork were sold via Internet.
Meanwhile, Tangerine Dream had amassed more than enough music for the film, much of which resembled less a traditional score than it did a series of brooding electronica passages. With covers of Brian Eno and David Byrne’s ‘Mea Culpa’, and Howard Blake’s ‘Walking In The Air’, among the original instrumentals (of which multiple versions were laid down in the studio), the group were fast embarking on their own unwieldy epic
The Keep (1997) is the soundtrack to the movie The Keep (1983) by the German electronic music group Tangerine Dream. In 1999, Tangerine Dream's own record label sold 300 copies of the Millennium Booster album set that included The Keep with a different cover. com/The Keep (Tangerine Dream album). The Keep may refer to: The Keep (Wilson novel), a 1981 novel by F. Paul Wilson.
Dream Music: The Movie Music of Tangerine Dream.
Tangerine Dream came together at the famed Zodiac Free Arts Lab in Berlin, a space founded by modern artist and free thinker Conrad Schnitzler of the band Cluster. Painted in black and white, the space served to incubate a number of formative Krautrock bands of the time, notably acts like Ash Ra Tempel and Klaus Schulze. Tangerine Dream were the house band in this otherworldly space, and had a number of rotating members over the years, with the core members being founder Edgar Froese, and collaborators Christopher Franke and Peter Baumann. There’s an awful lot of Tangerine Dream music out there to explore, but I’ve picked out a few favourites from both the band themselves and their solo efforts. Most of these can be picked up for pennies at your local charity shop – some of the best bang-for-buck space-rock on planet Earth.
Froese started Tangerine Dream in 1967, and throughout the band's long life was the only consistent member. With their roots in krautrock (emerging from the same scene as Kraftwerk and Can), the band became hugely influential in the Berlin School of electronic music, as well as exploring ambient and electronica, releasing over 100 albums. As well as their own records, Tangerine Dream were known for providing spine-tingling soundtracks for horrors, thrillers, and the occasional Tom Cruise-starring blockbuster in the 1980s .
|1||The Keep - Main Title
Soprano Vocals – Annette Köhler
|3||Brothers In Death||8:13|
Soprano Vocals – Annette Köhler
|12||Medley: Search / The Call / Grind / The Mountain Road||9:40|
|13||Love On A Real Train (Risky Business)||3:28|