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Tangerine Dream - Logos Live

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Opis materiału Tangerine Dream - Logos Live

                  0:00:00 - Logos Intro 
0:04:32 - Logos Cyan 
0:07:02 - Logos Velvet 
0:11:50 - Logos Red 
0:20:16 - Logos Blue 
0:25:30 - Logos Black 
0:30:06 - Logos Green 
0:35:20 - Logos Yellow 
0:42:16 - Logos Coda
0:45:07 - Dominion

November 06, 1982
Dominion Theatre (London)
Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Johannes Schmoelling.

From mid October to late November 1982, TD toured in Europe performing 31 gigs at all in Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, the UK, Belgium, West and East Germany. The concert at the Dominion Theatre in London was released only a few weeks after on the record Logos Live.

Logos Live features only 50 minutes of the original concert: The first six and the last 39 minutes of the main set plus one of the three encores. The remaining music is for some part officially unreleased by now, other tracks origin from the albums Exit (1981), White Eagle (1982), The Keep (1983, released 1997) and Poland (1984). A remastered audience recording of the complete concert has been released by TD fans in 2003 as Tangerine Leaves Volume 1: London 1982.                


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I saw Tangerine Dream live in Melbourne Australia in 1982 and met Edgar after the concert, through a friend of mine who was in the record industry. Edgar was a really nice, down-to-earth guy with no airs. He was very much into environmental concerns even back in the 70s. Did you know that TD performed at the biggest anti-nuclear rally in West Berlin in 1983, involving around 600,000 demonstrators, which initialized the steps towards bringing down the Berlin Wall and ending the Cold War? It was NOT Gorbachev and Reagan who brought about the ending of the Cold War - that is a big lie. It was the millions of young demonstrators in Europe and America who took to the streets and convinced their voting parents and politicians that the madness of nuclear brinkmanship with its associated threat of nuclear annihilation had to end!
Andy King
TANGERINE DREAM live at the Barbican Hall, March 13, 2019: Tickets currently available from:Barbican (members £35.00 - no fees or postage) Some £25.00 tickets still available Barbican (£35.00 + £3 booking fee) = £38.00. Some £25.00 tickets still availableTicketmaster (£35.00 + £4.38 service charge + £3.45 postage) = £42.86. Some £25.00 tickets still available
Bobby Neal
One of the greatest recordings of my lifetime...
R Gray
43:18 awesome rise
R Gray
They sure pared down they amount of junk they had to haul around...compared to all the analog equipment in 1976 .The technology had completely changed ...and so had TDs' sound
R Gray
Ivan Urmos
It is a best TD Album to me. 1982 was the best times and super exciting first class with TD.
James Dinsdale
part of the movie the keep music
QWT French
Along with a couple of friends - we enjoyed a herbal cigarette or two ahead of said event - attended a TD concert in Sydney at the Capitol Theatre in 1982, an event that was part of "The Festival of Sydney" - and my God, it was good! TD were nothing less than phenominal, and the bass notes were both earth shattering and life changing. The "Logos" segment of the concert was - quite simply - gorgeous and life altering. That Edgar Froese should spend his last hours as a live concert performer on Australian soil means a lot to me. Rest in peace, dear Edgar - "Logos" beautiful motif will one day play at my own funeral.