Sunday, 13 June 2010

Coventry: Dream Destination

In 1974, German uber-prog group Tangerine Dream played a number of concerts in the cathedrals of Europe. Whilst in jolly olde England, they stopped at Coventry Cathedral, one of the greatest modernist buildings of all time. I don't particularly like TD, but you have to admire their sheer ambition, and their watches, which are really cool. The sound is apparently from another concert, and it cuts out rather abruptly but, as I've said, I don't love the group and they usually go on for ages anyway so I'm not that bothered.

1 comment:

Reimer said...

You may not love 'em, chum, but I do. Did.