I do like to read an interesting interview. Preferably with someone I admire in some way and it's always nice when they actually have something to say.
Edgar Froese was the founder, leader and very much the focal point of Tangerine Dream up until his death in 2015. He always gave "interesting" interviews and never made it particularly easy for the under-prepared interviewer. He also had views and opinions that, whilst much wider than the music, he did apply to the music. That can make for some crazy reading. Having said that, he does make some really interesting points and I found the one I've attached here to give a bit more about his musical thinking - probably because the interviewer is a musician.
So, have a read and do give it a chance. Enjoy Edgar deciding to answer the question that he thinks should have been asked, and then giving a cursory response to the one that was