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Tangerine Dream

In den Gärten Pharaos / Bicycle Race

- Live, released 1992 -

Cover


CD bootleg release 1992


Tracks

[a]
1.Sorcerer And Thief [1990 live version, titled Chor der Sterne/Schattentanz]6:39
2.Erstes Morgenrot [1990 live version]2:49
3.Phaedra [1990 live version, titled Karawane am Meer]3:56
4.Electric Lion [1990 live version, titled Treibsand]9:06
5.Wall-Street [1990 live version, titled Erscheinung]6:15
6.Hitchhikers Point [1990 live version, titled Im Tal der Pharaonen]5:05
7.Long Island Sunset [1990 live version, titled Die Sonne verdüstert sich allmählich]8:14
8.Melrose [1990 live version, titled Sequence I]8:47
9.The Back Of Beyond [1990 live version, titled Sequence II]7:59
10.Three Bikes In The Sky [1990 live version, titled Sequence III]5:28
11.Atlas Eyes [1990 live version, titled Sequence IV]4:05
12.Gaudi Park (Guell Garden Barcelona) [1990 live version, untitled]6:22
Total running time74:45


Details

Recording dateNovember 06, 1990
Recording site(s)Colston Hall (Bristol)
Composer(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann, Johannes Schmoelling, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese
Musician(s)Edgar Froese, Paul Haslinger, Jerome Froese, Linda Spa, Paul Griesbach


Notes

The bootleg CD In den Gärten Pharaos / Bicycle Race has nothing to do with a LP of the former German band Popol Vuh, In den Gärten Pharaos. The same name might be a joke; Florian Fricke of Popol Vuh had been guest on TD's album Zeit back in 1972. The music material is taken from the Bristol concert during TD's 1990 UK tour. The cover names only 12 tracks with fantasy titles that do not correspond to the original names of the compositions. In fact, the CD contains 13 excerpts of the concert, but their order differs from the bootleg LP Bicycle Race / Singet, denn der Gesang vertreibt die Wölfe, and some tracks are mixed together. The tracks Sequence I and II are not part of the bootleg LP, although this is alleged on the cover. The last three tracks are identical to the first 16 minutes of the LP.

 


The CD comes with a one-page coloured cover. Many different colour versions of the CD are available. On the CD body, there is no title or reference to TD, but the information: "Realm Of Nightmares - Pharao's Garden". On the CD body the record company is called 'Ricochet Records', while the backside paper insert states "All titles licensed from CHRYSTAL PARADISE-Records" and "CD distributed by Eulenspiegel-Vertriebs-GmbH". All company names are obviously faked. The origin of the CD is Germany.

 


This bootleg became obsolete due to the release of Tangerine Tree Volume 70: Bristol 1990.


Releases

Germany
1992: 'Chrystal Paradise Records'
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; pink/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; turquoise/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; yellow/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; white/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; violet/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; green/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; red/silver disc
Bootleg-CD: CP 091381-2 TD; golden/silver disc
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