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|1||Froggy Went A-courting
Vocals – Bridget St. John, MO*
Written-By – Traditional
|3||The Orchestral Hergest Ridge Part One (Live)
Conductor – David BedfordGuitar – Steve Hillage
|4||Blue Peter (Different Mix)||2:11|
|5||Five Miles Out (First Mix)||4:18|
|7||Extract From The Orchestral Tubular Bells (Live Incl. Sailor's Hornpipe)
Conductor – Eberhard Schoner*
|8||The Bell (Spanish Version)
Musician – Carlos Finaly
|10||When The Night's On Fire (Rough Mix)||4:53|
|11||Innocent (Acoustic Version) / Taurus 3 & Amarok-bits (Acoustic Version)||3:18|
|12||Moonlight Shadow (Acoustic Version)||4:14|
|13||Tubular Bells 2 (Unplugged Bits Incl. Interview)||3:00|
|14||QE2 / Portsmouth (Live)||5:36|
Track 2: Taken From 12' "Take Four".
Track 3: Performed live in London at Royal Albert Hall on Dec. 9th. 1974. Taken from "Space Movie"-testpressing, which was planned as an official release on a double-album, but then cancelled.
Track 4: Only released on the Dutch compilation-album "Wonderland" and Swedish 7' single.
Track 5: The very first version. Taken from an acetate-7'.
Track 6: Taken from rehearsals. This track was neither released officially nor performed live. More details aren't known.
Track 7: Performed live in Munich at Rudi-Sedlmayr-Halle on Dec. 9th 1982 during the 3rd Rock-/Classic Night.
Track 8: Taken from Spanish radio. Not available on official sources.
Track 9: First live performance in New York on April 8th 1982.
Track 10: Medley Islands / When The Night's On Fire. The very first mix, planned as a single, then cancelled.
Track 11: From BBC TV 1989
Track 12: Taken from video "Volcano Concert". Live London, Royal Albert Hall 1987.
Track 13: Australian TV 11.92
Track 14: Live in Milano 08.07.81
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: TSD TT 0816