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Tangerine Tree volume 27: Brussels 1976

Design: Maff, Graphics: Giuseppe Milazzo

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Brussels 76.1, Part One 40:22
  2. Brussels 76.1, Part Two 42:40
  3. Brussels 76.1, Part Three 16:02

Total running time 99:04

Details
Date:February 9th, 1976
Site:Auditorium Paul-Emile Janson (Brussels)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: On February 9th, 1976 Tangerine Dream performed live in Brussels. Part of this concert had been available on the bootleg CD Danger Live since 1992. Tangerine Tree Volume 27: Brussels 1976 now features the complete 99 minutes of the gig and was remastered directly from a first generation tape. The Tangerine Tree release also includes the last missing 20 seconds of the second track and the first few seconds of the encore. Both were not present on the first generation tape, but thanks to a member of the tadream discussion list (who also had recorded the show back in 1976) it was possible to fill the gaps. The sound quality is great considering that it is an audience recording from 1976. The music is a perfect mix of sequencers, mellotron and guitar – one of the highlights from that year.

Together with Tangerine Tree Volume 31: Brussels 1976, this release made the bootleg Danger Live obsolete, which consists of material from the same concerts, but incomplete and of less excellent sound quality.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 160.7 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 28: Firenze 1981

Design: Maff, Graphics: Giuseppe Milazzo

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Undulation [1981 live version] 7:27
  2. Calymba Caly [1981 live version] 13:29
  3. Thermal Inversion [1981 live version] 13:22
  4. Piano Solo 81 [1981 live version, titled Palazzo Vecchio] 6:27
  5. Force Majeure [1981 live version, subtitled (Excerpt)] 3:39
  6. The Price [1981 live version] 2:13
  7. Silver Scale [1981 live version] 17:40
  8. Horns Of Doom [1981 live version] 2:54
  9. Phase Change [1981 live version] 4:31
  10. Diamond Duster [1981 live version] 4:14
  11. Diamond Diary [1981 live version, subtitled (Guitar Part)] 10:37

Total running time 86:33

Details
Date:February 8th, 1981
Site:Teatro Tenda (Firenze)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 28: Firenze 1981 presents another concert of the European tour that took place in early 1981. The material was remastered from a tape of unknown generation, but surely very close to the master recording. The sound quality is on par with that of Paris, February 2nd (released as Tangerine Tree Volume 14: Paris 1981), with the exception of the encores which had to be left out of the release due to unsufficient sound quality. Although the basic tracks are in no way different than from Paris (or any other gig from that tour), Tangerine Dream were in a very good mood a played some really inspired and awesome keyboard solos.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 140.7 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 29: London 1990

Design: Maff, Photo: Jim Rakete

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Three Bikes In The Sky [1990 live version] 6:11
  2. Atlas Eyes [1990 live version] 3:55
  3. Gaudi Park (Guell Garden Barcelona) [1990 live version, titled Gaudi Park] 4:59
  4. Cat Scan [1990 live version] 5:32
  5. Alaskan Summer [1990 live version] 3:27
  6. Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme) [1990 live version] 3:11
  7. Diamond Diary [1990 live version] 3:10
  8. Love On A Real Train (Risky Business) [1990 live version] 2:47
  9. Phaedra [1990 live version] 3:46
  10. Electric Lion [1990 live version] 8:22
  11. Rolling Down Cahuenga [1990 live version] 8:07
  12. Dolls In The Shadow [1990 live version] 4:56
  13. Cries And Whispers [1990 live version] 12:29
  14. Wall-Street [1990 live version] 3:16
  15. Hitchhikers Point [1990 live version] 5:02
  16. Long Island Sunset [1990 live version] 9:40
  17. Alexander Square [1990 live version] 4:46
  18. Midnight In Bear City [1990 live version] 4:25
  19. Ruling The Waves [1990 live version] 5:30
  20. Berlin Summer Nights [1990 live version] 7:08
  21. Melrose [1990 live version] 7:17

Total running time 117:56

Details
Date:October 26th, 1990
Site:Hammersmith Odeon (London)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese, Linda Spa, Paul Griesbach

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 29: London 1990 fills the gap of concerts of the early nineties with a recording of the London concert of October 26th, 1990. Besides the Bristol show that is featured on several bootlegs this might be the best fan recording from the 1990 UK tour. The release was remastered straight from the audience master recording, so the sound is very clean with few exceptions, the most notable being some disturbing noises during the very first minutes, which were caused by a loose microphone connection. The repertoire of that tour mostly consisted of tracks taken from Optical Race (1988), Lily On The Beach, Destination Berlin (both 1989) and Melrose (1990). But it also includes a yet unreleased epic of some twelve minutes and the track Ruling The Waves which is so far only available as an official download from the internet. Furthermore several well-known tracks sound quite different from their studio versions due to the fact that on this tour Tangerine Dream introduced two guests on saxophone, one of them being Linda Spa who would become almost a regular group member during the following six years.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 191.4 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 30: Reims 1974

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Reims 74, Part One 46:29
  2. Reims 74, Part Two 37:45

Total running time 84:14

Details
Date:December 13th, 1974
Site:Cathedrále Notre-Dame (Reims)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 30: Reims 1974 presents a remastered version of the famous bootleg Live! Improvised! of the even more famous concert at the Reims cathedral in December 1974. Due to the careful remastering the Tangerine Tree version is supposed to have an even better sound quality than the excellent sounding bootleg that was itself mastered from a radio broadcast.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 139.6 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 31: Brussels 1976

Design: Maff, Graphics: Giuseppe Milazzo

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Brussels 76.2, Part One 28:40
  2. Brussels 76.2, Part Two 20:56
  3. Brussels 76.2, Part Three 14:32

Total running time 64:08

Details
Date:November 16th, 1976
Site:L'Ancienne Belgique (Brussels)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 31: Brussels 1976 features another great concert of the late 1976 tour. The sound quality of this audience concert is very good with the exception that it is very bassy in places. Most likely the taper stood very near to one of the loudspeakers and the tape machine could not handle the bassy sequencer sounds. Still it is a very enjoyable and fascinating recording.

Together with Tangerine Tree Volume 27: Brussels 1976, this release made the bootleg Danger Live obsolete, which consists of material from the same concerts, but incomplete and of less excellent sound quality.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 104.8 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 32: London 2003

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Between Realities [2003 live version] 2:48
  2. The Spirit Of The Czar [2003 live version] 6:03
  3. Warsaw In The Sun [2003 live version] 5:48
  4. Comet's Figure Head [2003 live version] 8:47
  5. Force Majeure [2003 live version, subtitled (Excerpt)] 5:39
  6. Going West [2003 live version] 5:26
  7. Lamb With Radar Eyes [2003 live version] 7:51
  8. The Comfort Zone [2003 live version] 8:50
  9. Bridge 2:28
  10. Firetongues [2003 live version] 9:21
  11. Prime Time [2003 live version] 9:26
  12. Percussion Solo 3:57
  13. Perplex Parts [2003 live version, titled Untitled I (Dream Mixes 4)] 7:23
  14. Cosmic Merriment [2003 live version, titled Untitled II (Dream Mixes 4)] 9:15
  15. Mothers Of Rain [2003 live version] 5:23
  16. Rebound 03 [2003 live version, titled Untitled III (Dream Mixes 4)] 8:59
  17. Floating Higher [2003 live version, wrongly titled The Dream Is Always The Same] 5:52
  18. From Kiev With Love [2003 live version] 5:45
  19. Meta Morph Magic [2003 live version] 8:32

Total running time 127:33

Details
Date:February 15th, 2003
Site:Astoria Theatre (London)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Zlatko Perica, Iris Kulterer

Notes: Only a few months after Tangerine Dream's one-off concert in the London Astoria Theatre on February 15th, 2003, the Tangerine Tree project presented this gig remastered from an audience minidisc recording. Due to the length of the concert, the music is split across three CDs: Tangerine Tree Volume 32: London 2003 includes the first and second disc, while Tangerine Tree Volume 33: London 2003 has the third disc. The sound quality is very good considering that the music was very bassy and loud on that event.

The opening part of this concert had the same playlist as the Warsaw concert of 2001 (see Tangerine Tree Volume 15: Warsaw 2001) but later it was quite different and featured some unique compositions, including several tracks from the forthcoming album Dream Mixes 4 that were unreleased by the time and so had to stay untitled in the track listing of the this Tangerine Tree volume.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 206.3 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 33: London 2003

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Hamlet [2003 live version] 8:29
  2. TimeSquare [2003 live version] 5:16
  3. Beach Theme [2003 live version] 5:08
  4. Towards The Evening Star [2003 live version] 5:40
  5. Legend Leftover [2003 live version] 2:58
  6. Back In The U.S.S.R. [2003 live version] 4:58
  7. Edgar's Closing Words 1:26

Total running time 33:55

Details
Date:February 15th, 2003
Site:Astoria Theatre (London)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Peter Baumann, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling, Jerome Froese, John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Zlatko Perica, Iris Kulterer

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 33: London 2003 includes the third of the three-disc recording of Tangerine Dream's concert in the London Astoria Theatre on February 15th, 2003. The other two discs have been released as Tangerine Tree Volume 32: London 2003. This disc features the last half hour of the concert, including the encores, one of them the classic unreleased Legend Leftover, that was played in 1986 for the last time, and the officially unreleased arrangement of the Beatles' Back In The U.S.S.R.. After the 1996 version of Eleanor Rigby, this was the second time that Tangerine Dream played a classic Beatles song in their own unique style.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 55.9 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 34: London 1976

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. London 76, Part One 40:41
  2. London 76, Part Two 39:44
  3. London 76, Part Three 12:49

Total running time 93:14

Details
Date:June 7th, 1976
Site:Royal Albert Hall (London)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann

Notes: With Tangerine Tree Volume 34: London 1976 one more concert of 1976 has been in this fan project. A shortened version of this concert had previously been released as part of the bootleg 3 Tier Dream (1993), there called Analogue Days. The Tangerine Tree recording is complete except for the encore which gets cut off after some 13 minutes – most likely the person who recorded it ran out of tape.

On this particular evening Chris Franke had some obvious problems with 'taming the beast', his sequencer. But nevertheless TD and the audience enjoyed it, and at the beginning of disc 2 someone can be heard shouting: "Macht nicht so lange Pause, ihr Banditen" (German for: "Don't take such long breaks, you bandits!"), at which Edgar holds up his hands before launching into the piano introduction.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 151.8 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 35: Birmingham 1986

Design: Maff, Graphics: Steve Craftman

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Stratosfear [1986 live version] 9:26
  2. Akash Deep [1986 live version] 13:29
  3. Beneath The Waves [1986 live version] 3:10
  4. Zen Garden (Ryoanji Temple Kyoto) [1986 live version, titled Zen Garden (Variation)] 4:57
  5. Scuba Scuba [1986 live version, titled Samba Motel/Scuba Scuba] 5:06
  6. Coloured Rain [1986 live version] 3:05
  7. Piano Medley [1986 live version, titled Piano Improvisation] 4:02
  8. Dolphin Dance [1986 live version] 6:59
  9. Northern Lights [1986 live version, part of the track Dolphin Dance] 9:47
  10. Cool Breeze Of Brighton [1986 live version] 11:33
  11. Going West [1986 live version] 5:42
  12. Yellowstone Park (Rocky Mountains) [1986 live version] 5:52
  13. Underwater Twilight [1986 live version] 4:21
  14. Legend Leftover [1986 live version] 3:36
  15. Unicorn Theme [1986 live version, subtitled (Long Version)] 8:25
  16. Mothers Of Rain [1986 live version] 6:24
  17. Piano Concerto #20 K 466 [1986 live version] 1:37
  18. Rare Bird [1986 live version] 5:05
  19. Bois de Boulogne (Paris) [1986 live version, titled Bois de Boulogne] 6:15

Total running time 118:51

Details
Date:March 17th, 1986
Site:Odeon (Birmingham)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, W.A. Mozart
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Paul Haslinger

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 35: Birmingham 1986 features a concert of the 1986 European tour. It has been remastered from an audience recording of the Birmingham concert on March 17th, which originally got purchased at a record fair in England, just five days after the concert took place. It has a great sound quality, except for a minor background noise that can be heard during the more quiet passages.

The music is pretty much identical to that of the US tour of the same year (as featured on Tangerine Tree Volume 24: Laguna Hills 1986 and Tangerine Leaves Volume 12: Ottawa 1986), except that Tangerine Dream left out the opening Pilots Of Purple Twilight and that they played Cool Breeze Of Brighton (aka Vermillion Sands) instead of Ride On The Ray. The second encore is Mothers Of Rain in an early version, two years before it was finally released on the studio album Optical Race.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 182.2 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 36: Assorted Secrets

Design: Maff, Graphics: Steve Craftman

Live/Studio, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Underground End Titles 2:34
  2. Ultima Thule Improvisation 7:59
  3. Geradeaus bis zum Morgen 3:45
  4. Signale aus der Schwaebischen Straße 15:19
  5. Calymba Caly [Live version] 8:43
  6. White Eagle [Live version] 3:55
  7. Loved By The Sun [Vocal version, vocals performed by Susanne Pawlitzki, subtitled (Alternate version)] 3:11
  8. Legend Leftover 3:46
  9. Cool Breeze Of Brighton 3:46
  10. Yellowstone Park (Rocky Mountains) [Live version] 5:39
  11. Scuba Scuba [Live version, titled Samba Motel] 4:19
  12. Underwater Twilight [Live version] 3:45
  13. Shy People Outtake 5:08
  14. Papyrus (Piano) [Extended version, titled Canyon Classics] 8:06
  15. Phaedra [Live version] 4:30
  16. Optical Race [Live version] 3:31
  17. Mandala 4:52
  18. On Crane's Passage (Demo Version) 4:12
  19. Barbakane [Live version] 4:25
  20. Sundance Kid [Live version] 4:31
  21. Catwalk [Live version] 5:51
  22. Touchwood [Live version] 7:47
  23. Towards The Evening Star [Live excerpt] 2:31
  24. Maedchen On The Stairs [Live version] 7:00
  25. Thief Yang And The Tangram Seal [Live excerpt] 5:20
  26. As The Sun Moves Towards Heaven [2001 live version] 3:50
  27. Beatrice, l'ame infinite [2001 live version] 3:11

Total running time 141:26

Details
Date:1969 - 2001
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Conrad Schnitzler (?), Klaus Schulze (?), Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese and others
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Conrad Schnitzler (?), Klaus Schulze (?), Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Susanne Pawlitzki, Paul Haslinger, Ralf Wadephul, Jerome Froese, Gerald Gradwohl, Linda Spa, Mark Hornby, Zlatko Perica, Emil Hachfeld (†), Jayney Klimek, Iris Kulterer and others

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 36: Assorted Secrets is different from any other released volume of this series in that it does not feature a complete concert but compiles a number of rare tracks, of which most were taken from the German radio shows 'Schwingungen' and 'Electrobeats'. Usually TD gave an interview and brought along some nice goodies like excerpts from live tours which were just completed. The majority of the tracks on this 2-CD set comes from these two radio shows, the rest was taken from video cassettes or other radio shows.

The track Underground End Titles was taken from the German video Auf Scheisser schießt man nicht (aka Underground), starring Edgar Froese among other mostly unknown actors. It is a strange, quite anarchic movie, and the music for this film was supplied by the so-called 'Tangerine Dream Band'. This is most probably one of the short-lived predecessors of Tangerine Dream that Edgar Froese founded after he had left The Ones. The line-up of this band during the soundtrack recording is unknown.

Ultima Thule Improvisation was taken from a radio broadcast in 1970; the line-up might be Froese/Schulze/Schnitzler. Geradeaus bis zum Morgen is an excerpt of the unreleased soundtrack for the German movie of the same name, dating from 1972 (probably performed by Froese/Franke/Baumann). Signale aus der Schwaebischen Straße is a 15 minute long remastered medley from the German name-sake video, performed by Froese/Franke/Baumann.

Calymba Caly, originating from the 1980/1981 world tour was taken from an 'Electrobeats' show. The live version of White Eagle was performed on September 9th, 1982 during the German TV show 'Bio's Bahnhof'. Both track were performed by the line-up Froese/Franke/Schmoelling. Loved By The Sun is a rejected version for the movie Legend with vocals by Susanne Pawlitzki that is totally different from the version featuring Jon Anderson.

Legend Leftover and Cool Breeze Of Brighton were taken from the concert at Brighton on March 24th, 1986 and broadcast on 'Electrobeats', while Yellowstone Park (Rocky Mountains), Scuba Scuba (here titled Samba Motel) and Underwater Twilight were taken from three different shows (Los Angeles, Phoenix and Albuquerque) during the 1986 North America tour and broadcast on 'Schwingungen'.

Shy People Outtake is a track composed for the soundtrack Shy People that was rejected and never officially released. Papyrus (Piano) (here titled Canyon Clasics) is a widely extended version of the piano solo as it was performed during the 1988 North America tour. Phaedra was performed in Dallas on September 14th, 1988 during the same tour, while Optical Race was performed live on February 16th, 1989 on the RTL TV show 'Action'.

The remaining tracks were all taken from 'Electrobeats' shows: Mandala is from the unreleased 1990 soundtrack of the namesake movie. On Crane's Passage is a demo version of the composition released on Goblins Club.

Barbakane, Sundance Kid, Catwalk, Touchwood and Towards The Evening Star originate from the London concert on November 30th, 1996 (that is in full length released as Tangerine Leaves Volume 10: London 1996 and Tangerine Leaves Volume 11: London 1996).

Maedchen On The Stairs and Thief Yang And The Tangram Seal were taken from the Brussels concert on April 19th, 1997, while As The Sun Moves Towards Heaven and Beatrice, l'ame infinite were recorded during the world premiere concert of Inferno (that is in full length released as Tangerine Tree Volume 3: Bernau 2001, too).

Due to the different sources of the music material sound quality ranges from excellent to good. It is an excellent collection of live and studio tracks, covering a range of more than 30 years of band history. Two addendums to this set have been released later as Tangerine Tree Volume 50: Assorted Secrets 2 and Tangerine Tree Volume 63: Assorted Secrets 3.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 240.9 MB

Tangerine Tree volume 37: Sydney 1982

Design & Graphics: Maff

Live, released August 2003

Tracks

  1. Convention Of The 24 [1982 live version] 9:39
  2. White Eagle [1982 live version] 4:39
  3. Ayers Majestic [1982 live version] 7:22
  4. Logos Velvet [1982 live version, titled Logos, Part One] 6:02
  5. Bondi Parade [1982 live version] 13:25
  6. Mojave Plan [1982 live version] 25:32
  7. Thermal Inversion [1982 live version] 11:50
  8. Remote Viewing [1982 live version, part of the track Thermal Inversion] 1:12
  9. Force Majeure [1982 live version] 3:49
  10. The Price [1982 live version] 2:49
  11. Choronzon [1982 live version] 11:21
  12. Midnight In Tula [1982 live version] 4:29
  13. Radio Moderation [Titled Outro] 1:19

Total running time 103:28

Details
Date:February 22nd, 1982
Site:Regent Theatre (Sydney)
Composer(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s):Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling

Notes: Tangerine Tree Volume 37: Sydney 1982 presents a quite popular radio broadcast which was in parts previously released on bootlegs. It was recorded during the Peter Stuyvesant Festival in Sydney on February 22nd, 1982. The recording quality is excellent in most places and an improvement compared to all existent bootlegs. The first part this concert was already officially released by TD as Sohoman (1999), but that version was heavily overdubbed.

The four concerts Tangerine Dream played during their Australia tour had a tracklist different from that in laste 1981 and late 1982, including all four compositions from the then brand new album White Eagle.

This release made the bootleg Leprous Appearance On Wednesday / Dreaming obsolete, which consists of the first set from the same concert, but of much less excellent sound quality.

This album has been officially re-released as Sydney - February 22nd 1982.

Quality: MP3@224kbps CBR, 169.5 MB

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