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Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Tree Volume 10: Newcastle 1981

- Live, released July 2002 -

Covers


CD-R fan release 2002
Design & Graphics: Maff


CD-R fan release 2002
Design: Leah Cim
Graphics: Maff

CD-R fan release 2005
Temporary artwork
Design: Leah Cim


Tracks

[a][b]
1.Logos Intro [1981 live version]9:53-
2.Edinburgh Castle [1981 live version]7:55-
3.Digital Times Suite [1981 live version]15:32-
4.Bondi Parade [1981 live version]13:16-
5.Mojave Plan [1981 live version]26:3426:34
6.Thermal Inversion [1981 live version]11:3011:57
7.Remote Viewing [1981 live version, subtitled (Intro)]1:501:15
8.Force Majeure [1981 live version]3:403:41
9.The Price [1981 live version]2:313:05
10.Kiew Mission [1981 instrumental live version]7:177:16
11.Choronzon [1981 live version]10:0810:12
Total running time110:0664:00


Details

Recording dateOctober 25, 1981
Recording site(s)City Hall (Newcastle)
Composer(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling
Musician(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling


Notes

"All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."

- Arthur Schopenhauer

 


While Tangerine Tree I was somewhat focused on the mid-seventies, the second part, consisting of Volumes 9 to 16, features, among others, three complete concerts of 1981/1982. The first one, as Tangerine Tree Volume 10: Newcastle 1981, was part of the 1981 British Isles tour that took place between October 15th and 29th and included 15 concerts. In comparision to the European tour in January/February of the same year (see Tangerine Tree Volume 14: Paris 1981) the set was nearly totally rewritten. Only the last twenty minutes of the first set had survived, now being the closing part of the second main set, having the opening minute of Remote Viewing inserted before Force Majeure. The second set opened with an extended version of Mojave Plan from the forthcoming album White Eagle (1982), at the time unreleased. The first set consisted of completely new material, most of it still officially unreleased. Surprisingly, from today's view, with the exception of the short excerpt from Remote Viewing only the two encores Kiew Mission and Choronzon (the latter in a drastically extended version) were taken from the then current studio album Exit (1981).

 


This release made the bootleg Space & Spheres and the second half of Space Trucking obsolete, which were released on vinyl only and featured only parts of the concert. Furthermore they were recorded in mono, while the Tangerine Tree release now has stereo separation, and the tape speed has also been adjusted, because the original was 3-4 minutes too fast.

 


The track listing above shows the titles and track lengths of a re-indexed version and the revised artwork by Leah Cim. The track listing as printed on the original cover is as follows:
  1. Logos Part One (Extended Version) 9:53
  2. Sobornost (Edinburgh Castle) 7:55
  3. Digital Times Suite 15:32
  4. Bondy Parade 13:16
  5. Mojave Plan 26:34
  6. Thermal Inversion 11:30
  7. Remote Viewing (Intro)
    Force Majeure (Excerpt)
    The Price
    8:01
  8. Kiew Mission (Encore) 7:17
  9. Choronzon (Encore) 10:08

 


In 2004, all material of this volume has been made officially available through the release of The Bootleg Box Set Vol. 2.

 


With Tangerine Tree VIII, released in late 2005, the second CD-R of this volume has been re-released, featuring a sharper and more dynamic version of the second half this concert.

 


For other concerts released as part of this fan project, please refer to the Chronological Concert Listing.

 


As with all releases of the Tangerine Tree project, this release is made by fans for fans. It must not be sold but is to be traded freely.


Releases

Worldwide
2002: tadream discussion list
2CD-R [a]: -
2005: tadream discussion list
CD-R [b]: -
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