Oct 19 1982
Chip Fesztivál, Sportcsarnok Budapest, Hungary
2nd show of TD's 1982 European Tour and their first concert in Hungary (according to a hungarian magazine:) in front of 11,000 people.
The Chip Fesztival also brought Klaus Schulze to the Hungarian capital two days later (a large part of this performance is featured on
disc 1 of La Vie Electronique 9).
Here is the complete show, composited from 2 very different sources:
1st set: an (B) audience recording
2nd set: an (EX) FM master recording (= Tangerine Tree Volume 87)
Disc 1 = Set 1
was spreaded by Hungarian fans in October 2007 in Frankfurt, Germany, when Tangerine Dream played their "One Night in Space"
concert at the Alte Oper.
"This disc contains a live TD material previously not available in any acceptable quality - no Tree, no Leaves, no Bootleg Box and so
on... We have a fan recording - taken by Laszlo Kovacs and Ferenc Filep - of the first part of the first TD show in Hungary, performed
The quality of this recording is quite acceptable - by the standard measurement it could get a strong 6 or 7. It was taken by an open
reel recorder brought inside the big hall, with two decent-quality microphones with long cables which were placed hard left and right of
The sex appeal of this show was the technical failure within a Keep track - the playback tape of the backing has broken and the music
suddenly stopped - the band was forced to improvise freely for some minutes. This happening is accurately preserved on our recording."
01 Logos (Part 1) (8'15)
02 Heritage Survival (5'31)
03 Mirage / Desert Run (11'54)
04 The Night in Romania (4'39)
05 Dreamscape (6'13)
06 Choronzon (8'20)
07 Tangent (3'54)
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Disc 2 = Set 2
Tangerine Tree - Volume 87 - Budapest 1987
01 Mojave Plan (10:40)
02 Logos, Part I (07:17)
03 Logos, Part II (13:35)
04 Logos, Part III (04:54)
05 Logos, Part IV (04:41)
06 Logos, Part V (06:48)
07 Logos, Part VI (03:03)
08 Midnight in Tula (04:37)
09 White Eagle (05:15)
10 Kiew Mission (07:49)
FM master recording remastered by Whoopy Snorp.
Special thanks to Pal S.
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