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Tangerine Tree volume 9: London 1975

Design: Maff and Gustavo Jobim

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. London 75.1, Part One 68:54
  2. London 75.1, Part Two 40:00
  3. London 75.1, Part Three 13:56

Total running time 122:50

Details
Date:April 2nd, 1975
Site:Royal Albert Hall (London)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Michael Hoenig
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Michael Hoenig
Notes:

Tangerine Tree II (consisting of volumes 9 to 16) was opened with a complete double CD version of the famous London Royal Albert Hall concert of April 2nd, 1975, that had been broadcast by the BBC radio. The sound quality is nearly perfect, as it was mastered straight from the original BBC tape, plus it has the missing "finale" from the first set, taken from a first generation audience recording. This release is unique in terms of the fact that it features one of the very few concerts where Michael Hoenig replaced the absent Peter Baumann. Musically it isn't a million miles away from Rubycon (1975), and thus Tangerine Tree Volume 9: London 1975 is a superb companion to that official studio album.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 198.0 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 10: Newcastle 1981

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Logos Intro [1981 live version, titled Logos Part One (Extended Version)] 9:53
  2. Edinburgh Castle [1981 live version, titled Sobornost (Edinburgh Castle)] 7:55
  3. Digital Times Suite [1981 live version] 15:32
  4. Bondi Parade [1981 live version] 13:16
  5. Mojave Plan [1981 live version] 26:34
  6. Thermal Inversion [1981 live version] 11:30
  7. Remote Viewing [1981 live version, subtitled (Intro)] 1:50
  8. Force Majeure [1981 live version, subtitled (Excerpt)] 3:40
  9. The Price [1981 live version] 2:31
  10. Kiew Mission [1981 instrumental live version, subtitled (Encore)] 7:17
  11. Choronzon [1981 live version, subtitled (Encore)] 10:08

Total running time 110:06

Details
Date:October 25th, 1981
Site:City Hall (Newcastle)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Notes:

While Tangerine Tree I was somewhat focused on the mid-seventies, the second part, consisting of Volumes 9 to 16, features, among others, three complete concerts of 1981/1982. The first one, as Tangerine Tree Volume 10: Newcastle 1981, was part of the 1981 British Isles tour that took place between October 15th and 29th and included 15 concerts. In comparision to the European tour in January/February of the same year (see Tangerine Tree Volume 14: Paris 1981) the set was nearly totally rewritten. Only the last twenty minutes of the first set had survived, now being the closing part of the second main set, having the opening minute of Remote Viewing inserted before Force Majeure. The second set opened with an extended version of Mojave Plan from the forthcoming album White Eagle (1982), at the time unreleased. The first set consisted of completely new material, most of it still officially unreleased. Surprisingly, from today's view, with the exception of the short excerpt from Remote Viewing only the two encores Kiew Mission and Choronzon (the latter in a drastically extended version) were taken from the then current studio album Exit (1981).

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 178.0 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 11: Hamburg 1978

Design: Maff, Graphics: Marko Marin

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Hamburg 78, Part One 43:12
  2. Hamburg 78, Part Two 9:20

Total running time 52:32

Details
Date:February 24th, 1978
Site:Audimax (Hamburg)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Steve Jolliffe
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Steve Jolliffe, Klaus Krüger
Notes:

The 1978 studio release Cyclone was a somewhat controversial album with its use of vocals by Steve Jolliffe. But it also had its good moments, and on the European 1978 tour there were a few remarkable performances. One of these events, the gig at the Audimax in Hamburg, is presented on Tangerine Tree Volume 11: Hamburg 1978. Up to now no complete recording of this show has appeared among collectors, thus this release features the second set and the encore of this concert only. There is no sign of Bent Cold Sidewalk or Rising Runner Missed By Endless Sender here, but parts of Madrigal Meridian can be heard during this widely improvised gig.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 85.3 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 12: Croydon 1982

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Logos Intro [1982 live version, part of the track Logos Part I] 4:32
  2. Logos Cyan [1982 live version, part of the track Logos Part I] 2:29
  3. Heritage Survival [1982 live version] 5:30
  4. Mirage [1982 live version] 2:30
  5. Sign In The Dark [1982 live version] 5:02
  6. The Night In Romania [1982 live version] 4:01
  7. Dreamscape [1982 live version] 6:15
  8. Choronzon [1982 live version] 8:22
  9. Tangent [1982 live version of Section 1, subtitled (Excerpt)] 3:40
  10. Mojave Plan [1982 live version of Section 1 and Desert Part, subtitled (Excerpt)] 10:28
  11. Logos Velvet [1982 live version, titled Logos Part II] 7:06
  12. Logos Red [1982 live version, part of the track Logos Part III] 8:20
  13. Logos Blue [1982 live version, part of the track Logos Part III] 5:19
  14. Logos Black [1982 live version, titled Logos Part IV] 4:45
  15. Logos Green [1982 live version, titled Logos Part V] 4:39
  16. Logos Yellow [1982 live version, part of the track Logos VI] 7:18
  17. Logos Coda [1982 live version, part of the track Logos VI] 2:58
  18. Midnight In Tula [1982 live version] 4:37
  19. White Eagle [1982 live version] 5:54
  20. Dominion [1982 live version] 6:08

Total running time 109:53

Details
Date:October 31h, 1982
Site:Fairfield Hall (Croydon)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Notes:

Tangerine Tree Volume 12: Croydon 1982 presents the Croydon concert of 1982, being part of the European tour that took place between October 17th and November 25th, 1982. During this tour Tangerine Dream's famous concert at the London Dominion Theatre was recorded and released as Logos Live in the same year. That album became one of the most-loved live recordings among TD fans, but only the opening of the first set and the major part of the second set plus one of the three encores made it to the record. One possible reason for this might be that much of the unreleased material was used for the soundtrack music of the movie The Keep that was planned to be released in 1983, while other material, like the excerpt of Mojave Plan and the two encores White Eagle and Midnight In Tula, had already been released on the studio album White Eagle (1982). The Croydon concert now is a complete audience recording of very good sound quality, specially remastered for release as most of the other volumes of Tangerine Tree. The London concert mentioned above was later released as Tangerine Leaves Volume 1: London 1982.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 178.5 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 13: Germany 1976

Design: Maff, Graphics: Marko Marin

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Mannheim 76, Part One 21:28
  2. Mannheim 76, Part Two 29:37
  3. Mannheim 76, Part Three 20:00
  4. Mannheim 76, Part Four 20:34
  5. Saarbrücken 76, Part One 33:55
  6. Saarbrücken 76, Part Two 26:14

Total running time 151:48

Details
Date:October 31st, 1976 & January 24th, 1976
Site:Mozartsaal (Mannheim) & Universität (Saarbrücken)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Notes:

Tangerine Tree Volume 13: Germany 1976 is an exception to the rule that each volume features one single soncert. Due to limited disc space, the Mannheim concert of 1976 did not fit on one single CD-R. Instead of releasing two half-empty discs, the 1976 concert in Saarbrücken was added. Thus, this Volume presents two concerts taken from audience master tapes. Saarbrücken was the second gig of the 1976 European winter tour that took place between January 23rd and February 11th, 1976. The Mannheim concert was performed during the European tour from October 20th to December 1st, 1976. Like most other concerts of that era, both gigs consist of mostly improvised material, including some themes known from other concerts.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 228.6 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 14: Paris 1981

Design: Maff & Gustavo Jobim

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Undulation [1981 live version] 7:52
  2. Calymba Caly [1981 live version, subtitled (Elektro Part) and (Ancient Part)] 13:32
  3. Thermal Inversion [1981 live version] 13:30
  4. Piano Solo 81 [1981 live version, titled Parisienne (Piano Solo)] 6:30
  5. Force Majeure [1981 live version, subtitled (Excerpt)] 3:40
  6. The Price [1981 live version] 2:15
  7. Silver Scale [1981 live version] 18:30
  8. Horns Of Doom [1981 live version] 2:23
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  10. Diamond Duster [1981 live version] 4:18
  11. Diamond Diary [1981 live version, subtitled (Guitar Part)] 10:50
  12. Choronzon [1981 live version] 11:13
  13. Trap Feeling [1981 live version] 2:30
  14. Scrap Yard [1981 live version] 3:03

Total running time 104:43

Details
Date:February 2nd, 1981
Site:Bataclan (Paris)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Notes:

In winter 1981 Tangerine Dream toured Europe, performing a total of 18 gigs between January 20th and February 12th in cities of Germany, Italy and France that were not included in the autumn 1980 tour. The playlist was essentially the same as of that tour – only the first set was edited to include a new composition (commonly known as Thermal Inversion) that has not been officially released so far, though the beginning can be heard at the end of the track Calymba Caly as released on Antique Dreams.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 169.3 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 15: Warsaw 2001

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Introduction 3:43
  2. Between Realities [2001 live version] 2:53
  3. The Spirit Of The Czar [2001 live version] 8:52
  4. Warsaw In The Sun [2001 live version] 5:48
  5. Comet's Figure Head [2001 live version] 10:30
  6. Force Majeure [2001 live version, subtitled (Excerpt)] 5:42
  7. Going West [2001 live version] 5:26
  8. Lamb With Radar Eyes [2001 live version] 8:29
  9. The Comfort Zone [2001 live version] 10:40
  10. Longing For Cashba [2001 live version] 5:56
  11. Bridge Music 2:41
  12. Prime Time [2001 live version] 9:57
  13. Towards The Evening Star (Blue Gravity Mix) [2001 live version] 12:05
  14. Outland (The Colony) [2001 live version] 12:17
  15. TimeSquare (The Legendary N.Y. Brix Mix) [2001 live version] 10:47
  16. Astrophobia (Red Supernova Mix) [2001 live version] 9:27
  17. Beauty Of The Blast [2001 live version] 5:36
  18. Terra Gravity [2001 live version, as part of the track Sony Center Topping Out Ceremony Score (Excerpt)] 2:39
  19. Wormhole Number Five [2001 live version, as part of the track Sony Center Topping Out Ceremony Score (Excerpt)] 2:44
  20. Red Ocean [2001 live version, as part of the track Sony Center Topping Out Ceremony Score (Excerpt)] 3:32

Total running time 139:44

Details
Date:August 31st, 2001
Site:Most Swietokrzyski (Warsaw)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Gerald Gradwohl, Iris Kulterer, Jacqueline Hechavarria
Notes:

On the last day of August 2001 Tangerine Dream performed a one-off concert, titled 'The Most Beautiful Rock for Peace' at the Swietokrzyski Bridge in Poland's capital Warsaw. The title of this concert is a play on words, given the fact that the word 'most' means 'bridge' in Polish language. Another fact is that only eleven days later terrorists destroyed the World Trade Center in New York, proving that Peace on Earth is still a utopian idea.

Tangerine Dream performed with the line-up Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Gerald Gradwohl and Iris Kulterer, already known from the London concert earlier that year, introducing Jacqueline Hechavarria on percussions. TD focussed their performance on the compositions of the then new album The Past Hundred Moons, surprising with some old classics like Force Majeure and Going West and, as an atmospheric introductory piece, Between Realities, played live for the first time.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 226.0 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 16: Warsaw 2001

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released July 2002

Tracks

  1. Stereolight [2001 live version] 8:08
  2. Diamonds And Dust [2001 live version] 11:24
  3. The Bridge Song 5:51
  4. Mobocaster [2001 live version] 8:40
  5. Excerpts From Press Conference 8:07

Total running time 42:10

Details
Date:August 31st, 2001
Site:Most Swietokrzyski (Warsaw)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Jerome Froese
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Gerald Gradwohl, Iris Kulterer, Jacqueline Hechavarria, Kasia Stankiewicz
Notes:

Tangerine Tree Volume 16: Warsaw 2001 features the third disc of Tangerine Dream's 'The Most Beautiful Rock for Peace' concert at the Warsaw Swietokrzyski Bridge. For more details on this concert, and the first two discs of this set, see Tangerine Tree Volume 15: Warsaw 2001.

The third disc includes the four encores, one of them being a new composition, titled The Bridge Song, that was especially composed for this venue and features Polish singer Kasia Stankiewicz on Polish vocals. As bonus material the disc contains excerpts from a press conference that took place the day before the concert. Most of the interviewers' questions and Edgar Froese's answers are in German language.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 69.0 MB

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