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Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Tree Volume 25: Detroit 1977

- Live, released January 2003 -

Covers


CD-R fan release 2003
Design & Graphics: Maff

CD-R fan release 2003
Design: Leah Cim
Graphics: Maff & Leah Cim

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

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


Tracks

[a]
1.Part I [1977 live version]13:03
2.Part II [1977 live version]14:29
3.Part III [1977 live version]22:15
4.Part IV [1977 live version]19:59
5.Part V [1977 live version]6:52
6.Part VI [1977 live version]14:37
7.Part VII [1977 live version]11:55
Total running time103:10
[b]
1.Cherokee Lane [1977 live version]12:33
2.Monolight [1977 live version]21:29
3.Detroit 77, Part Three [1977 live version]18:42
4.Detroit 77, Part Four [1977 live version]14:22
5.Detroit 77, Part Five [1977 live version]13:57
6.Detroit 77, Part Six [1977 live version]6:32
7.Detroit 77, Part Seven [1977 live version]11:35
Total running time99:10


Details

Recording dateMarch 31, 1977
Recording site(s)Ford Auditorium (Detroit)
Composer(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann
Musician(s)Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann


Notes

Two days after starting their North American tour in the city of Milwaukee on March 29th, 1977, Tangerine Dream gave an outstanding performance in the Detroit Ford Auditorium, a concert that can be best described as 'Heavy Metal Electronics', as it contains some of the most vicious and furious guitar work by Edgar Froese that has been heard so far.

 


Maybe he wanted to pay tribute to Detroit's punk music heroes The Stooges, whose singer Iggy Pop was mentioned in the credits of Edgar Froese's solo work Macula Transfer. Compared to the excellent audience recording as presented on Tangerine Tree Volume 25: Detroit 1977, the official Encore double album release sounds almost tame, and it seems that the frantic Detroit audience transported Tangerine Dream to new creative heights, such is the intensity of this concert.

 


With Tangerine Tree VIII, released in late 2005, this volume has been re-released with a new version of this recording, offering a clearer sound, being remastered from a first generation recording. With this re-release the track sequence was corrected that had been completely mixed up on the original release.

 


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
2003: tadream discussion list
2CD-R [a]: -
2005: tadream discussion list
2CD-R [b]: -
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