Starts in a similar way to the studio version on the Ça Va - Ça Marche - Ça Ira Encore EP, but soon the bongos that will be everpresent tonight join in. Indeed, there is more percussion as a whole on this track. The guitar part is slightly different.
The first of five renditions that evening of tracks from i-Box. Remarkably, they were all taken from disc number four. Some tracks, including this one (originally from Optical Race), were somewhat remixed for this release. The segue in is somewhat reminiscent of Mars Polaris - Deep Space Highway To Red Rocks Pavilion type chord padding, particularly a choir patch which overlays the early part of the piece.
The fifth and final rendition as on i-Box, embellished a little with bongos (as were most tracks that night). Cuts off slightly early compared to the alubm version, though, not getting into the saxophone ending.
Percussion Solo (2:15)
Iris Camaa was temporarily left alone on stage for a percussion solo, while the others took a short break. There was no interruption in the music. Poor Iris herself got no break until the end of the main set!
(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.
A return to London for the band's third concert in the city in less than five years (and all at the Shepherd's Bush Empire). A sizeable chunk of the tracks were available either on The Past Hundred Moons (two days before its official release) or on i-Box, both available in the foyer beforehand. The second "half" of the main set followed the Klangart 1999 tracklist (which was their previous live date, of course).