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1983, June 11
Frankfurt Alte Oper

- Fassbinder Memorial Concert -

Details

Date1983, June 11
VenueAlte Oper
CityFrankfurt
CountryGermany
Line-upEdgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling


Records

Tangerine Dream: Official Releases
2004The Bootleg Box Set Vol. 2 (Tracks 29-33 only)
Tangerine Dream: Fan Releases
2002Tangerine Tree Volume 5: Frankfurt 1983
Tangerine Dream: Bootlegs
1983Fassbinder Memorial Concert


Set List

Main Set

Horizon (4:00)
This live rendition ran from the beginning of the track as on Poland to the point at which the "squeaky" effect joins in. This version prolongs that opening, though.
Logos Red (8:00)
The previous track crossfades into this over a period of over a minute, the breathy voices playing over this for a couple of minutes in. Otherwise pretty faithful to the Logos Live version, and virtually complete (only loses a few seconds from the beginning of the album index).
Logos Blue (5:15)
By the time this starts (lead in as per Logos Live), the breathy atmospheres are long gone, and it is a faithful rendition.
Poland (15:45)
This starts from about half way through the Poland version and runs through to the end. This piece is overlaid with new voices, such as the lead voice from The Light Cone. The piece is elongated, compared to the album version, in the opening atmospheres and the heavily percussive section.
Flying Kamikaze (2:15)
A close version, which has extra timbres; there is a harplike voice playing arpeggios over the top. There is also a definite ending, with the bass note holding the tonic while the harp patch plucks another arpeggio.

(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.


Notes

A concert held to commemorate the death of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, a German film director with whom TD (and Edgar Froese in particular) had worked in the past.
 

 

 
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