Tangerine Tree set 1

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Tangerine Tree volume 1: Nottingham 1976

Design: Maff & Gustavo Jobim

Live, released February 2002

Tracks

  1. Nottingham 76, Part One 33:45
  2. Nottingham 76, Part Two 32:17
  3. Nottingham 76, Part Three 13:43

Total running time 79:45

Details
Date:November 8th, 1976
Site:Albert Hall (Nottingham)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: The first bunch of Tangerine Tree (consisting of volumes 1 to 8) was opened with a great audience recording of the Nottingham concert of November 8th, 1976, being part of TD's extensive UK tour in autumn 1976. The sound quality is excellent – in fact this is one of the best sounding TD audience recordings of the seventies. The third track was taken from the bootleg Collected Endings, that had heavy problems with the source tape: Because of the tape recorder running out of power during the concert, the recorded music became faster and faster when playing the tape with correct speed. This flaw was corrected during the remastering for Tangerine Tree Volume 1: Nottingham 1976, thus this CD presents the almost complete concert in a previously unheard sound quality.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 129.3 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 2: Sheffield 1974

Design: Maff & Gustavo Jobim

Live, released February 2002

Track:

  1. Sheffield 74 44:02

Total running time 44:02

Details
Date:October 29th, 1974
Site:City Hall (Sheffield)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 2: Sheffield 1974 presents the only good sounding audience recording from TD's first British 1974 tour. Still very experimental and calm, it is of interest for those who also like the non-sequenced music of Tangerine Dream.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 71.8 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 3: Bernau 2001

Design: Maff & Gustavo Jobim

Live, released February 2002

Tracks

  1. Before The Closing Of The Day 4:35
  2. The Spirit Of Virgil 2:38
  3. Minotaurae Hunt At Dawn 3:24
  4. Those Once Broke The First Word 3:37
  5. Dante In Despair 3:31
  6. Io Non Mor 5:43
  7. Vidi Tre Facce 4:42
  8. At The Deepest Point In Space 2:38
  9. L'omperador Del Deloroso Regno 4:49
  10. Voices In The Starless Night 4:11
  11. Fear And Longing 3:06
  12. Fallen For Death 4:38
  13. Where All Light Went Silent 3:39
  14. Charon, Il Barchere 4:00
  15. La Grey De Los Almas Perdidas 7:26
  16. Justice Of The Karma Law 3:02
  17. As The Sun Moves Towards Heaven 7:44
  18. Beatrice, l'ame infinite 5:11

Total running time 78:34

Details
Date:October 7th, 2001
Site:Sankt-Marien-Kirche (Bernau)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Iris Kulterer

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 3: Bernau 2001 presents the premiere concert of TD's Inferno, performed in a church in the German town of Bernau (near Berlin). Inferno is the first of a three part composition inspired by the Divina Commedia (Divine Comedy) by Dante Alighieri. The Tangerine Tree release presented the music shortly before is was officially released on CD in March 2002 on the TDI label as Inferno; thus the tracks were untitled on this release and differed in length and number from the official release. The track listing above shows the titles and track lengths of a corrected re-indexed version. The material on this record is rather identical to the music officially released as Inferno, though some slight overdubs have been obviously made for that release. Each TD fan is encouraged to listen to the official CD to compare these two versions. The music on this CD was mastered from a minidisc audience recording; thus the sound quality is very good.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 127.0 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 4: Washington 1977

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released February 2002

Tracks

  1. Radio Announcement [Titled Introduction] 1:09
  2. Cherokee Lane [1977 live version] 17:06
  3. Radio Announcement [Titled Interlude One] 1:02
  4. Monolight [1977 live version] 19:34
  5. Radio Announcement [Titled Interlude Two] 3:05
  6. Washington 77, Part Three [Titled Monolith] 27:18
  7. Washington 77, Part Four [Titled Drywater Rush] 13:24
  8. Radio Announcement [Titled Interlude Three] 2:19
  9. Washington 77, Part Five [Titled Rain In Spain] 10:31
  10. Chris Franke Interview 3:06
  11. Washington 77, Part Six [Titled Octagon] 9:04
  12. Radio Announcement [Titled Closing Words] 2:07

Total running time 109:45

Details
Date:April 4th, 1977
Site:Lisner Auditorium (Washington)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: For anyone who likes TD's classic double live album Encore (1977), Tangerine Tree Volume 4: Washington 1977 is absolutely essential. This performance from TD's 1977 North American tour in Washington on April 4th got broadcasted on radio and was released on this 2 disc release including the complete radio announcements plus 97 minutes of music in an overall very good sound quality. Like the other shows of this tour, the Washington performance included Cherokee Lane and Monolight in variations slightly different from the official release, plus other tracks which were more or less improvised and stayed officially unreleased so far.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 177.1 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 5: Frankfurt 1983

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released February 2002

Tracks

  1. Horizon [1983 live version of Section 1, part of the track Fassbinder Memorial Concert] 4:07
  2. Logos Red [1983 live version, part of the track Fassbinder Memorial Concert] 7:53
  3. Logos Blue [1983 live version, part of the track Fassbinder Memorial Concert] 5:13
  4. Poland [1983 live version, part of the track Fassbinder Memorial Concert] 15:37
  5. Flying Kamikaze [1983 live version, part of the track Fassbinder Memorial Concert] 2:19

Total running time 35:09

Details
Date:June 11th, 1983
Site:Alte Oper (Frankfurt)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling

Notes: Before leaving for their tour of Japan in June 1983, TD played a concert to commemorate the death of Rainer Werner Fassbinder. They played on June 11th at the Alte Oper (the Old Opera House) in Frankfurt, Germany. A prolific director, writer and actor, Fassbinder had been one of the most controversial German filmmakers. The concert lasted only about 35 minutes and is featured on Tangerine Tree Volume 5: Frankfurt 1983 in completeness as an audience recording of very good sound quality. It consists of alternative versions of compositions that have been released on the live albums Logos Live (1982) and Poland (1984), plus one track from Edgar Froese's solo soundtrack album Kamikaze 1989 (1982), here in an embellished version with an additional harplike voice. Fassbinder was main actor in the movie Edgar Froese wrote this track for, thus this was a well-fitting finale for this memorial concert. It has never again been performed live by Tangerine Dream.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 57.3 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 6: Bilbao 1976

Design: Maff, Graphics: Marko Marin

Live, released February 2002

Tracks

  1. Bilbao 76, Part One 44:26
  2. Bilbao 76, Part Two 43:00
  3. Bilbao 76, Part Three 17:12
  4. Bilbao 76, Part Four 9:54

Total running time 114:32

Details
Date:January 31st, 1976
Site:Pabellón Casilla (Bilbao)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 6: Bilbao 1976 presents a concert that took place in the Spanish city of Bilbao as part of Tangerine Dream's European tour in Winter 1976. Like the other gigs of this time period the concert was improvised for the most part, including some themes known from studio albums and other concerts of that time. The sound quality of this release is not as excellent as of most other volumes of Tangerine Tree, because it was not specially remastered for this release; thus there are several drop-outs. Nevertheless this volume is a good example for concerts of 1976, a year which is supposed by many fans to be Tangerine Dream's creative peak.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 184.5 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 7: Croydon 1975

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released February 2002

Tracks

  1. Croydon 75, Part One 20:31
  2. Croydon 75, Part Two 30:13
  3. Croydon 75, Part Three 10:54

Total running time 61:38

Details
Date:October 23rd, 1975
Site:Fairfield Hall (Croydon)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 7: Croydon 1975 features the remastered first generation audience recording of the 1975 concert in Croydon, England. Large parts of this concert were used for Ricochet, Part Two. The first 20 minute long track sounds remarkably like the intro of Ricochet, Part One, but soon develops into a completely new composition. Anyone who loves Ricochet (1975) will find this recording unmissable.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 99.8 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 8: Berlin 1976

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released February 2002

Track:

  1. West Berlin 76 [Titled Electronic Rock At The Philharmonics] 31:31

Total running time 31:31

Details
Date:June 27th, 1976
Site:Philharmonie (West Berlin)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 8: Berlin 1976 features a remastered and superb sounding FM broadcast recording of the famous performance at the Berlin Philharmonics which was used for the official TDI album Soundmill Navigator (released 2000). But this one is the real concert as it was performed, without any overdubs or added sounds like on the official release.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 51.1 MB

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