Archivi tag: Pink Floyd

pink floyd: “time” (original single edit)

pink floyd: live at nassau, 17th june 1975 (definitive edition)

pink floyd: live at boston garden, june 27th, 1977

pink floyd: live @ wembley (1974) – remastered

pink floyd: psychedelic games for may

pink floyd: “psychedelic adventures”

Tracks A1-A3 and B1 were recorded at Paradiso Amsterdam by Hilversum 3 but were never broadcasted. Due to technical problems the microphones failed during the show so that these tracks have no vocals and they were performed as an instrumental set. Gatefold sleeve, coloured vinyl (black, brown, red, Blue)

ravig and drooling /pink floyd. live at wembley 1974

pink floyd, “have a cigar” (1975) – the extraction tapes


Pink Floyd: From Abbey Road to Britannia Row – The Extraction Tapes [Extraction, 1CD] (1975 “Wish You Were Here” Sessions-Unreleased Alternate Studio Versions (German Issue-500 Copies – Extraction ER 102)

welcome to the machine / pink floyd [alternate take]

<<Alternate take from the classic Wish You Were Here album…this one’s got an almost Kraftwerk feel to it, very raw stuff. Pic: Gilmour and Waters composing (date unknown, probably the early 70’s) (Found on Yeeshkul under the name “Extraction Tapes”)>>

pink floyd: instrumental improvisation (“tomorrow’s world”) – with/for optical effects

pink floyd: 1st echoes performance (1971)

May 15, 1971
first performance of echoes.
return of the son of nothing
early lyrics

pink floyd, “us and them” (richard wright demo)


pink floyd in studio

roger waters tells the tragic story of syd barrett

space oddities

Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun _ Live at Kralingen Music Festival _ June 28th, 1970
Interstellar Overdrive _ Live at Filmore West _ April 29th, 1970

David Gilmour & Richard Wright playing live from Abbey Road. Astronomy Domine is a song written and composed by Syd Barrett. It was the first track featured on Pink Floyd’s debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.

There is some Morse code at the beginning of this song, which was a way to transmit messages using a series of long and short tones. Plenty of people tried to decipher the code in this song, only to realise it was just a random series of tones with no meaning.