This version was slightly different from -- and much longer than -- the 1982 version as released on Logos Live. The additional length is taken up merely with repetitions, and the chief difference is that the percussion is not syncopated here.
This epic, not released on any studio album, consists of three sections, the first of them being merely a bridge piece. Mostly single-note bass thumping, later overlaid with a harmonica-type lead note, it divides into two more or less equal parts. The second sequence is a piece in the style of Logos Intro, based around a revolving four-bar sequence. There is a break about half way through, then the main theme returns. The third (and last) section is notable for its mechanical sequencer work. It has similar percussion to that appearing on Logos Live, and a synth brass lead plays the melody.
The first appearance of this track, predating the release of the White Eagle album. The extra length merely comes from repetition of the sequencer parts in the so-called Canyon Part and Desert Part, with extended noodling over the top.
Almost identical to the version played during the 1981 European Tour. Played as second encore during most gigs of this tour.
(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.
When TD returned to the British Isles in the autumn of 1981, they came with a vastly rewritten set (which, considering they had only been there the previous year, was understandable). Only the last twenty minutes of the main set survived, with the opening minute of Remote Viewing inserted before Force Majeure. The second set opened with an extended version of Mojave Plan, at the time unreleased. The first set was completely new -- and certainly looking forward to the Logos Live style of material.