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    Tangerine Dream--The Bootleg Box Vol 2 Reissue(Nov 25)

    Esoteric Recordings and Cherry Red Records have announced the second volume of the Bootleg box series.
    The 7CD set is released on 25 November and features live recordings from Nottingham Albert Hall (76), Washington (77), Hamburg (78), Newcastle City Hall (81) and the Fassbinder Memorial Concert Frankfurt (83).

    DISC ONE
    Nottingham Albert Hall - November 8th 1976
    1 Nottingham 1976 Part One
    2 Nottingham 1976 Part Two
    3 Nottingham 1976 Part Three

    DISC TWO
    Washington Lisner Auditorium - April 4th 1977
    1 Introduction
    2 Cherokee Lane
    3 Monolight
    4 Monolith

    DISC THREE
    Washington Lisner Auditorium - April 4th 1977
    1 Drywater Rush
    2 Rain in Spain
    3 Octogon

    DISC FOUR
    Hamburg Audimax - February 24th 1978
    1 Hamburg 1978 – Part One
    2 Hamburg 1978 – Part Two
    3 Remote Viewing
    4 Force Majeure
    5 The Price
    6 Kiew Mission
    7 Choronzon

    DISC FIVE
    Newcastle City Hall - October 25th 1981
    1 Logos Part 1
    2 Sobornost (Edinburgh Castle)
    3 Digital Times Suite
    4 Bondy Paradise

    DISC SIX
    Newcastle City Hall - October 25th 1981
    1 Mojave Plan
    2 Thermal Inversion

    DISC SEVEN
    Frankfurt - The Fassbinder Memorial Concert - June 11th 1983
    1 The Fassbinder Memorial Concert

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    Not sure why tracks from Exit would be performed in a 1978 show. Thinking that's incorrect.

    The Fessbinder show was and is excellent even with very bootleg quality.
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    Great news. This has been on my wishlist for quite a while now. Second hand copies cost more than I'm willing to pay. I wonder what took them so long to reissue this. Volume 1 came out years ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Not sure why tracks from Exit would be performed in a 1978 show. Thinking that's incorrect.
    The original release on Castle has tracks 3-7 from disc 4 on disc 6.

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    Are these reissues of the Tangerine Tree from back when? Iirc, those were reissued officially, and had great sound. Sorry, I haven't been keeping up with TD releases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helicase View Post
    Great news. This has been on my wishlist for quite a while now. Second hand copies cost more than I'm willing to pay. I wonder what took them so long to reissue this. Volume 1 came out years ago.


    The original release on Castle has tracks 3-7 from disc 4 on disc 6.
    That makes sense, thanks
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    Gettin' it. It's all about CD2/3 for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Are these reissues of the Tangerine Tree from back when? Iirc, those were reissued officially, and had great sound. Sorry, I haven't been keeping up with TD releases.
    They are. See second review here:
    https://rateyourmusic.com/release/al...box-set-vol-2/

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropforge View Post
    Gettin' it. It's all about CD2/3 for me.
    I saw that show!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by helicase View Post
    Thanks. I have most or all of the Tangerine Tree, and the sound was excellent on quite a few of those unofficial releases. Still, I might look into these as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    I saw that show!!
    Seems like I know a lot of people who were at the Lisner Auditorium show. The intro at the beginning of side one of Encore, as well as, I believe, side two, came from the Lisner show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Not sure why tracks from Exit would be performed in a 1978 show. Thinking that's incorrect.

    The Fessbinder show was and is excellent even with very bootleg quality.
    This might be more accurate:
    https://www.discogs.com/release/6767...-Box-Set-Vol-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    Seems like I know a lot of people who were at the Lisner Auditorium show.
    Like a 60's Velvet Underground show in New York, everyone who was there started his own band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    I saw that show!!
    I knew that was you on the album!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pb2015 View Post
    Like a 60's Velvet Underground show in New York, everyone who was there started his own band.
    Something tells me the bands who were formed after going to a Tangerine Dream, were a lot better than the ones that were formed after seeing VU. Also, in the case of VU, I contend (and I forget who actually originally put forth this hypothesis, but I agree with it) roughly half the VU audience actually became pretentious, snot nosed critics who spent the next 30 years kvetching about how VU about the fact that Deep Purple and Kiss were more famous than VU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pb2015 View Post
    Like a 60's Velvet Underground show in New York, everyone who was there started his own band.
    Or in this case- a label!

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    Oh shit! Nice. I was all out of hope these things were going to continue. Seems a long time since the bootleg box or a bootleg series set was released.

    I am in of course.
    Please don't ask questions, just use google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    I saw that show!!
    I saw Newcastle 1981 ! It's my cassette recording you will hear on this box. Supplied directly to Wouter Bessels to remaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beebfader View Post
    I saw Newcastle 1981 ! It's my cassette recording you will hear on this box. Supplied directly to Wouter Bessels to remaster.
    "Sobornost"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    I saw that show!!
    I saw them around that time with my girlfriend, who is my wife now. I thought I saw them at the Warner Ampa theater. Excellent laser beam show. I have some really good pictures of Edgar when he came out to play the guitar.
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