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PostPosted: Tue Dec 26, 2006 6:28 pm 
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I saw the North American 1977 show in Detroit, but the Underwater Sunlight gig in Detroit 1986 is their premiere event I would venture to say.....

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Royal Albert Hall England 2,4,75..... IMHO of course.

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You lucky person, you....... Mark Shreeve was there and he speaks volume's about that show

I could only do US shows, so that limits the live experience to some degree

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staatsgrenze wrote:
You lucky person, you....... Mark Shreeve was there and he speaks volume's about that show

I could only do US shows, so that limits the live experience to some degree



Sorry i misunderstood you,i was not present at the concert its just my favorite "Live" TD recording :oops: :wink:

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I have never heard this is on Cd or is it just a "boot"??....... There is now a DVD live at Coventry Cathedral that's out that I have seen on youtube..

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Favourite gig? easy:

TD live at the Dominion theatre (evening concert) in november 1982.

My second favourite would be the Hammersmith Odeon (in London) in 1981, with their 1986 gig at the same venue and the SBE gig in 2005 joint third :D

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Difficult one this!...............
I have fond memories of all TD gigs attended apart from RFH 2004 (lasted 15 minutes before I left!)
Bristol Colston Hall 1982 Logos tour. ( for content)
SBE 2005 . (for the perfect set list - Rubycon!)


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staatsgrenze wrote:
I have never heard this is on Cd or is it just a "boot"??....... There is now a DVD live at Coventry Cathedral that's out that I have seen on youtube..


it's available on Vol 1 of the Bootleg Box sets (from a BBC FM broadcast), brilliant!

more info on the gig:

http://the-archive-plus.blogspot.com/20 ... lbert.html

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I like your archive page, this was a diffucult time for me, when all the not good from Vietnam was eating at my soul, it was Tangerine Dream's music that eventually led me to other wordly travels, via the mind, and brought me out of some serious situations....

No wonder why I like this band

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I like your archive page, this was a diffucult time for me, when all the not good from Vietnam was eating at my soul, it was Tangerine Dream's music that eventually led me to other wordly travels, via the mind, and brought me out of some serious situations....

No wonder why I like this band

That is why I love TD. It help me to rise above the bad things in life.


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I like your archive page, this was a diffucult time for me, when all the not good from Vietnam was eating at my soul, it was Tangerine Dream's music that eventually led me to other wordly travels, via the mind, and brought me out of some serious situations....

No wonder why I like this band



Thats good to hear mate,its amazing how TDs music has touched upon people around the world in difficult times and situations..........its great to be able to turn to someone/thing that can help you along the way.

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And they still do................ "Logos" is the perfect anecdote to life

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Mine would be Oxford November 82 from the logos tour great music and a great line up.


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And they still do................ "Logos" is the perfect anecdote to life



It certainly is a magical piece of music :wink:

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staatsgrenze wrote:
And they still do................ "Logos" is the perfect anecdote to life


You should have been there on the night, people were stunned!

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