Dreamwatcher's Tales - Music from Fans inspired by Tangerine Dream
The Dreamwatchers' Tales: a gathering of electronic musicians through Internet
2- NIGHTBIRDS "Morning Weather" (R.V. - Blue Maze)
3- NEMESIS "Moontrigger" (Ami Hassinen - Jyrki Kastman)
4- OLIVIER BRIAND "Transparences" (O. Briand)
5- DÖKTOR STRANGE "To be or not to be Live ?" (Dr Strange)
6- DARKLION "Desert Line - Dreamlist part" (Darklion)
7- JEFF BERGMAN "An Intense and Intimate Journey Into your Mind"
11- EPHEMERIS "Astronautilus" (Rod Jones)
1- DREAM CONSPIRACY "Dysfunction" (Matthew Stringer - John
Stringer - Stephen Fletcher)
3- OLYAM "Asterope I" (Olyam)
4- DARKLION & DÖKTOR STRANGE "So Good" (Darklion -
5- TWO ARE ONE "Love of Life" (Tim Scallon)
7- FRED YARGUI "Sirius Suite" (F. Yargui)
8- BRIAN FRICK "Sequential 97" (B. Frick)
9- SATSUMA NIGHTMARE "Grating Lobes" (Alan Stocker - Jon Angell)
10- DARKLION & OLYAM "Bubble Bells" (Darklion - Olyam)
11- RICHARD FORD "Another Day" (R.Ford)
The Dreamwatchers' Tales
This Project is produced by the Tadream Mailing List members and distributed as a tree system by Tom Richmond. Contact Tom Richmond for inclusion in distribution.
P 2001 TML Music C 2001 Mirage Créations
Many Thanks to Joel Mullen, Joe Shoults, Tom Richmond, Océane and Marine Brenan, Yannick Edom, every musicians of this project (without them there is no CD) and all friends from email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Very special thanks to Tangerine Dream (all line-ups) for the fabulous music from 1967 'till now.
|Dreamwatcher's Tales Back Cover Image
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|About Yannick Edom by Océane Brenan
Project manager and cover illustrator Born in late 60's, Yannick quickly became a Tangerine Dream fan and also a comics collector. This passion naturally drove him to become illustrator in 1977. He did several pencil & inks drawings and began to do and sell portraits in the 80's. When creating Mirage Créations with Darklion, He did artworks for some CDs like Olyam's "Overnight Letters" "Orpheus the Initiate" "Human" and "Pleiades". He also worked for the French label Musea on Bertrand Loreau's "Jericoacoara" and "Passé Composé" and created a strange dark sky texture for Christophe Poisson's "Music Sky" CD. He will work on some other CD covers and regularly continues to draw portraits following his own law "you can see so you can draw".