Change of Cosmic Address: New Music In Tribute to Edgar Froese

by Mark Jenkins and Chris Jenkins

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Change of Cosmic Address: New Music in Tribute to Edgar Froese - by Mark Jenkins and Chris Jenkins

This stunning album of music in the style of Edgar Froese and Tangerine Dream is a fitting tribute to the pioneer of electronic music who sadly passed away last year.

Composed and recorded by Mark Jenkins and Chris Jenkins, two of the most prominent and innovative musicians on the UK electronic music scene, this collection of specially composed music covers all of Edgar Froese's familiar styles from the early ambient works to the complex sequencer rhythms and driving rock performances of the later albums and movie soundtracks.

Created using analogue, digital and virtual synthesizers, sequencers, drum machines and guitars chosen to reflect Edgar Froese's own work, this album is an essential purchase for any fan of Edgar Froese and Tangerine Dream.

Comments from buyers: "Fantastic from start to finish" TT, UK - "A great tribute to Edgar for fans of TD" AT, UK - "Thanks, awesome!" MM, Italy - "Superb and a fitting tribute - a must-have recording!" RH, UK - "Excellent, highly recommended" JP, USA - "Great album!" QM, Spain - "Great album and service..." - PH, UK

Excerpts from the album and the launch event in London can be found on YouTube:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnFmXIUTcv4

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released March 8, 2015

Mark Jenkins, Apple Pro Logic X and guitars; Chris Jenkins, Steinberg Cubase 7 and synthesizers. Cover concept and design by Chris Jenkins.

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Chris Jenkins e-Music London, UK

I have been experimenting with synthesizer music since the 1980s, recording jingles, releasing cassette albums and performing live. I now record in Krystle Studio in London, using analogue, digital and virtual instruments. Though I try not to be limited to any one style, my influences obviously include Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze and Jean Michel Jarre. ... more

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