During the first 20 minutes of this set there are some motifs that will recur on the Tangram studio album, but the vast major of the music has never been released officially.
Second Set (45:00)
The first 27 minutes of the second half is more or less what can be heard on Quichotte. A few misplayed notes have been edited out, the first three chords of Quichotte, Part One are actually played twice, the first time more slowly than the second (which is where the album starts), and a couple of voices on the album did not appear live (e.g. the "twinkling" sound), but otherwise the first half of this set follows the album. After the end of Quichotte, Part One, the set moves into the first four or so minutes of Quichotte, Part Two as appears on the album, but just where the sequencer comes in on record, the live version takes a different track. In fact, from about minute four to 19, Quichotte, Part Two is a studio concoction.
The music played during the encore has never been released officially.
(All times rounded to nearest 15 seconds and include bridges following song, if any.)
Large parts of this section have been taken from the site What Dreams Are Made Of by kind permission of the authors John A. Burek and Mark Schaffer.
Tangerine Dream performed twice on the same day.
With this show, the era of improvisation truly came to an end. The lengths of the two main halves were announced to the crowd before the concert, and the musical style reflected the direction the band was heading in, with much of the set bearing a close resemblance to (the then unreleased) Tangram. However, yet to appear was the "episodic" nature of the tour later that year; the sets really were long, continuous pieces of music rather than segued individual tracks as in the tours that followed.