The Tangent: ascolta dal nuovo live album ‘A Crisis in Mid Life’

Di Daniele D'Adamo - 18 Gennaio 2023 - 0:03
The Tangent: ascolta dal nuovo live album ‘A Crisis in Mid Life’

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THE TANGENT hanno recentemente annunciato la data di pubblicazione del nuovo enciclopedico live album “Pyramids, Stars & Other Stories: The Tangent Live Recordings 2004-2017”, in uscita il 27 gennaio 2023 su Inside Out Music. L’album è una raccolta di registrazioni live di tutte e tre le formazioni della band olandese tra cui alcuni show del 2004, 2011 e 2017.

Il commento del cantante e leader Andy Tillison:
“Un triplo vinile era qualcosa che avevo nel cassetto da tempo, sognavo di pubblicare qualcosa del genere da quando ero bambino.”

Disponibile il singolo “A Crisis In Mid Life”:

L’album sarà pubblicato come 2CD DigipakGatefold 3LP+2CD & LP-booklet e in digitale. Il preorder è disponibile a questo link:

Di seguito la track list:
Side One
1. The World We Drive Though

Side Two
3. The Canterbury Sequence
4. The Winning Game

Side Three
5. In Darkest Dreams

Side Four
6. The Music That Died Alone
7. Lucky Man

Side Five
8. A Spark In The Aether
9. A Sale Of Two Souls
10. Perdu Dans Paris

Side Six
11. A Crisis In Mid Life
12. Doctor Livingstone (I Presume)

Il CD incluso nella versione vinile contiene anche le seguenti tracce aggiuntive:
13. Titanic Calls Carpathia
14. Two Rope Swings

Andy Tillison – Keyboards & Vocals (all tracks)
Jonas Reingold – Bass Guitar (all tracks except 9,10,11,13)
Luke Machin – Guitars & Vox (Tracks 8-14)
Steve Roberts – Drums (Tracks 8, 12, 14)
Roine Stolt – Guitars & Vocals (Tracks 1 – 7)
Zoltán Csörsz – Drums (Tracks 1 – 7)
Sam Baine – Keyboards (Tracks 1 – 7)
Tony ‘Funkytoe’ Latham – Drums (Tracks 10,11,13)
Dan Mash – Bass (Tracks 10,11,13)

Included in its entirety is the 2004 ‘Pyramids And Stars’ concert in Germany featuring the “Roine Stolt” lineup of The Tangent playing its way through the majority of the debut ‘Music That Died Alone’ album along with (then) new material from their second album ‘The World That We Drive Through’.
Added to that, there are tracks from the COMM era line-up of the band at a concert in the UK – plus music recorded in the USA in 2017 by the band’s current line-up. These originally appeared on the ‘Southend On Sea’ and ‘Hotel Cantaffordit’ fan releases respectively.
All is presented inside a re-imagined Ed Unitsky sleeve, to create a package that fans are sure to love.

“This is a real, proper, live album” says Tillison. “It’s candid, it’s spontaneous, it has mistakes and things that are a bit too loud and things that are a bit too quiet. It’s what happened on stage at three gigs at which “making a live album” never crossed our minds.”