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Post subject: Anybody know anything about "new age" LP albums?  PostPosted: Jan 11, 2014 - 04:01 AM
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My ex had started buying "new age" LPs back in the early '80s, some of which were loverly. She had one that I LOVED but canna remember the artist of the title -- except that I think that "Tiger" was in the title.

Anybody have any suggestions"

Anybody know of any good "new age" discographies?

Thanks in advance for your consideration!

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Post subject: RE: Anybody know anything about "new age" LP album  PostPosted: Jan 15, 2014 - 07:01 PM
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Your best bet would probably be to look by label. Not that there weren't new age releases on major labels, but something like Windham Hill/Lost Lake Arts or Canyon Records would be a good place to start. Then you've got stuff like Andreas Vollenweider (CBS) and Kitaro (Polydor); both labels obviously put out a lot more than new age so that route is going to be harder.

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Thanks for the response. It wasn't Windham Hill, a label that got too much bad vibes from "serious" music aficionados. I attended one of their "Evenings with Windham Hill" back in the '80s and both Shadowfax and Michael "King of Attack Guitar" Hedges were astounding.

Anyway, the "Tiger" album I am looking for was probably on a "new age" label but I just don't remember . . .

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Sanford Ponder - Tigers are Brave?

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Neal, could it have been Mannheim Steamroller's album Saving The Wildlife? It has a photo of 2 tigers on the front cover and it pretty much fits the new age tag.
 
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Nope! Thanks for the effort.

I just typed "new age records tiger" into Google and got page after page of Tiger Woods sites . . .

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Tangerine Dream 'Tyger' on the Jive label?

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Depends what we call "new age"
Duran Duran were hugely popular in the '80s. Not my style but they put an LP out called "Seven and the ragged Tiger"

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Nope! Thanks for the effort.

I just typed "new age records tiger" into Google and got page after page of Tiger Woods sites . . .

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Did you search again with "-woods" after the string of text? Not sure how familiar you are with search engine tricks but that would help eliminate the Tiger Woods links.

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Yes, it is (was?) Sanford Ponder's TIGERS ARE BRAVE. Thanks!!!

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