220 Volt Live

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220 Volt Live
220 Volt Live - Tangerine Dream.jpg
original release cover
Live album by
ReleasedJune 4, 1993
Recorded1992
GenreElectronic, new-age, synthpop
Length72:40
LabelMiramar
ProducerEdgar Froese
Tangerine Dream chronology
Deadly Care
(1992)
220 Volt Live
(1993)
Turn of the Tides
(1994)

220 Volt Live is the seventh live album by Tangerine Dream and forty-eighth overall. It recorded live in the USA in 1992. It is the last of the band's many live albums consisting of original material not released previously. This may be considered some of the band's most rock oriented music so far, with guitarist Zlatko Perica's playing being a more prominent element. Re-issued in 1999 and then again in 2009 on Membran.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Edgar Froese, Jerome Froese.

No.TitleLength
1."Oriental Haze"6:52
2."Two Bunch Palms"5:48
3."220 Volt"9:01
4."Homeless"9:48
5."Sundance Kid"8:04
6."Backstreet Hero"8:49
7."The Blue Bridge"4:47
8."Hamlet"8:30
9."Dreamtime"3:46
10."Purple Haze" (written by Jimi Hendrix)3:32
11."Treasure Of Innocence" (studio track)3:41

Personnel[edit]

Tangerine Dream
Additional personnel

Single[edit]

Dreamtime was released alongside 220 Volt Live in 1993. It contains three short tracks from the album, including the studio track Treasure of Innocence, a non-album version of their cover of "Purple Haze", and an alternate version of Dreamtime. The alternate version had lyrics written and performed by Jayney Klimek. Julie Ocean contributed to the lyric writing process.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Dreamtime (vocal version)" (Vocals by Jayney Klimek)3:40
2."The Blue Bridge (1992 live excerpt)"3:54
3."Treasure of Innocence"3:37
4."Dreamtime (1992 live excerpt)"3:18
5."Purple Haze (1992 live version)"2:57

References[edit]

  1. ^ Berling, Michael (29 September 2016). "220 Volt Live". Voices in the Net.
  2. ^ Berling, Michael (29 September 2016). "Dreamtime". Voices in the Net.