In this fifth album, Legacy (L3G4CY), a New Berlin School style electronic music album pays tribute to the memory of the late Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream.
RELEASED MARCH 27, 2015
"... It’s energetic, it rocks, it pings those old-school pleasure centers, and it can just be a lot of fun to listen to.
A good tribute to the Maestro*, and well worth a listen..."
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HFM 102.3 Interview, April 12, 2015
Sequential Dream’s fifth album, titled Legacy (“L3G4CY”), is so named in honor of the passing of the late Edgar Froese of the celebrated Berlin School EM style composer, musician, and producer of the genre-defining ensemble Tangerine Dream. Mr. Froese is quoted as saying “There is no death, there is just a change of our cosmic address”. And it’s with this in mind that the L3G4CY album cover and album track titles portray this new cosmic address. Though there is no substituting the creative talent of the late Mr. Froese, listeners will recognize musical sounds and idioms that are very familiar to the TD or EF listener. L3G4CY includes contributions from recurring visiting artists Johan Tronestam (Finland), Synthesist (Chris Pearre, USA), Austria’s
Celestial View, and the album’s producer Canada’s Kuutana (who co-composed collaboration tracks as well as non-collaboration tracks). New to this fifth Sequential Dreams album is Altocirrus (Sean and Clare McCarthy). Also new to the Sequential Dreams sound is a track contributed from the Midnight Airship project, from Borders Edge Records owner and producer Ron Charron. Pink Floyd listeners will recognise elements of their style on the “Orbital Maneuvers” collaboration track, which combines elements of sounds inspired both by the Floyd sound and Tangerine Dream's.