On February 9th, 1976, Tangerine Dream played at the Auditorium Paul-Emile Janson in Brussels (Belgium). It was a fantastic show, one of the best live performances of the classic Tangerine Dream trio of Baumann, Franke and Froese.
Fortunately, someone in the audience recorded the show.
This 1st generation tape was re-mastered by 3N and a splendid artwork was created by Giuseppe Milazzo. This concert is volume 27 of the Tangerine Tree Project, gathering almost all the live performances of the band.
It should be noticed that Tangerine Dream gave its agreement to this project, as far as it was a non-profit venture, produced by fans to fans. The music is “a perfect mix of sequencers, mellotrons, guitar”. One should add that it was one of the most creative period of Tangerine Dream and that their live performances were unique events where improvisation played a very important part. This Brussels concert was exceptional by the interplay between the three musicians: some parts remind Ricochet or Encore, two official live recordings.
Note that these are password-protected zips.
If you’re using a Mac, I’d suggest a free unzipper called Zipeg, which you can download from Apple’s site: