- Performer:Steve Jolliffe
- Title:Doorways to the Soul
- Style:Experimental Electronic,Contemporary Instrumental
- Size FLAC version1652 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1155 megabytes
- Size WMA version1933 megabytes
- Formats:MPC WAV XM DTS AUD VQF
Jolliffe's interest in classical music led him to the "Berlin High School for Music" in 1969. He was the first student accepted there who didn't have the ability to read music. And while at the school, he met Edgar Froese, and together with Klaus Schulze toured Germany as one of the earliest incarnations of Tangerine Dream. That stint lasted nearly a year, and then Steve left Tangerine Dream and returned to England. To this day, Cyclone remains a controversial album amongst TD aficionados, mostly due to Steve's vocals and lyrics. The quartet toured Europe that year and played to crowds of up to 100,000. Shortly afterward, Jolliffe left TD for the second time and went back to England to pursue a solo career. He recorded several albums in the 1980s.
Steve Jolliffe (born 28 April 1949) is an English musician. After meeting Rick Davies in the late '60s Jolliffe played with him in a band called the Joint. 3 He left the Joint to study music at the Berlin Konservatorium. There he met Edgar Froese and played with one of the earliest incarnations of Tangerine Dream. He subsequently joined the band Steamhammer, a blues-rock outfit that experienced moderate success in the early '70s, touring extensively and recording two albums
Steve Jolliffe has been a member of the German band Tangerine Dream, working with them and providing vocals for their 1978 album Cyclone, also notably one of the few Tangerine Dream albums to feature singing. Beyond The Dream (1984). Beyond the Dream is an uneven release from Steve Jolliffe. He seems to be going in three or four different directions at once . The music speaks to the heart and serenades the soul; it is a great disc.
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Steve Jolliffe initially rose to prominence as a member of Tangerine Dream in the late '70's. He was also a member of Steamhammer. His prolific solo career sees him release albums year after year. Jolliffe plays a number of other instruments as well - bass clarinet, all flutes, sax (tenor & soprano), oboe, coranglais, piano & harpsichord. Steve Jolliffe scored and performed the music for the 1992 Chrysler Transatlantic Challenge that put five teams representing five countries into identical Cameron Roziere balloons for a race across the Atlantic Ocean. The race launched from Bass Park in Bangor Maine at 3 .