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Tangerine Dream

Collected Endings

Argonautica Americana Part Three

- Live, released 1992 -

Cover


CD bootleg release 1992


Tracks

[a]
1.Me-Rad: The Encore 11:59
2.Table Bay [Part of the track Ardem 'O' Part Two]2:20
3.Nomad's Scale [Part of the track Ardem 'O' Part Two]8:10
4.Cat Scan [Live version, part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]4:55
5.Atlas Eyes [1988 live version, part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]4:45
6.Marakesh [1988 live version, part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]8:12
7.Eden's Gate [Part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]1:35
8.Ghazal (Love Song) [Live excerpt, part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]3:41
9.The Midnight Trail [Live version, part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]3:25
10.House Of The Rising Sun [Part of the track Ardem 'O' The Ending]4:37
Total running time53:39


Details

Recording dateNovember 8th, 1976 & August 29th, 1988
Recording site(s)Albert Hall (Nottingham) & Ohio Theater (Columbus)
Composer(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Paul Haslinger, Ralf Wadephul
Musician(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Paul Haslinger, Ralf Wadephul


Notes

The CD Collected Endings is part three of the series 'Argonautica Americana', containing the final parts of the concerts in Nottingham (1976) and Columbus/Ohio (1988) from the bootleg CDs Me-Rad and Ardem 'O'. The first two tracks contain live music not available on any regular album, while the third track features mostly live versions of tracks from the then actual studio album Optical Race (1988) and the encore House Of The Rising Sun. The sound quality is excellent on track one (though there are heavy problems with the source tape running faster and faster) and pretty good on track two but quiet bad on track three, featuring several long drop outs of the left stereo channel.

 


The CD contains a single sheet cover showing a photograph from outer space. The back cover states that the first tracks was "Recorded live USA 1976", but this is obviously wrong, as the 1976 concert took place in the UK. The alleged record company is called "Silver Rarities", the silver CD body has black printing.

 


This bootleg became obsolete due to the release of Tangerine Tree Volume 1: Nottingham 1976 and Tangerine Leaves Volume 69: Columbus 1988.


Releases

Germany
1992: 'Silver Rarities'
Bootleg-CD: SIRA 31; silver/black disc
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