- Live, released August 2004 -
CD release Germany 2004
CD release Germany 2009
|Recording date||October 29, 1992|
|Recording site(s)||Mall Amphitheater (Scottsdale)|
|Recording engineer(s)||Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese (under the pseudonym 'Ed Jefro')|
|Composer(s)||Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese, Linda Spa, Jimi Hendrix|
|Musician(s)||Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese, Linda Spa, Zlatko Perica|
|This is the third album of the so-called 'Vault' series by Tangerine Dream, featuring unaltered remastered original Tangerine Dream concerts. The series includes the following albums:|
- Rockface (Recorded 1988, released 2003)
- East (Recorded 1990, released 2004)
- Arizona Live (Recorded 1992, released 2004)
- Vault IV (Recorded 1986, released 2005)
- Rocking Mars (Recorded 1999, released 2005)
Arizona Live features a complete concert recorded during the 1992 North America tour. Like the other vault releases, the recording has an excellent sound quality, and this time the concert even is complete, including the entire two-part main set as well as all four compositions played as encore. The concert featured live versions of compositions taken from the studio and soundtrack albums Risky Business (1984), Melrose (1990) and Rockoon (1992) as well as two compositions which would be released later on the albums Turn Of The Tides (1994) and Oasis (1997).
The nine other compositions have never been released on studio albums but on the live album 220 Volt Live (1993) which features some highlights of the 1992 tour but not a complete concert (however, with Treasure Of Innocence, includes a studio track unreleased otherwise). So this album does not present anything real new for the Tangerine Dream collector, but on the other hand for the first time a high-quality, complete and untouched concert of the last major US tour Tangerine Dream performed to date.
According to Jerome Froese's web site, this album "was already supposed to be released in 1993 under the name 220 Volt but the record company did not want to publish a double CD. And of course they desired a bonus track which was Treasure Of Innocence."
In March 2009 the album was re-released with different cover design as part of an extensive digipack series (consisting of a total of more than 60 CD and DVD releases) by the Germany based Membran record label.
- 2004: TDI
- 2CD: TDI CD039; slim double CD jewelcase; black/white discs
- 2009: Membran
- 2CD: 232658; digipack