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Posted: May 22, 2023 - 7:26pm

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Parts 1 (inversed and regular), 2 and 8 of the unreleased score to the 1968 film "The Committee". Songs taken from the rarities bootleg collection "Tree Full of Secrets".
 
I have A Tree Full of Secrets somewhere on a hard drive somewhere.  There are two versions actually that I just discovered yesterday by happenstance.  A Tree Full ...  and The Tree Full ...

I have spent the last 10 or so years trying to get the last disc for The Tree Full of Secrets with all three parts of Another Brick In The Wall put together, not knowing it was part of different version of the set until yesterday.  It was released to radio stations back in the early days of the album.  I was going to try and put my own version together once but still have not got around to trying.  The last disc is the primary difference between the two sets.  One has the artwork and the other has more music instead.
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https://www.discogs.com/master/1864326-Pink-Floyd-Rarities-The-Tree-Full-Of-Secrets
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https://www.discogs.com/release/13971222-Pink-Floyd-Rarities-A-Tree-Full-Of-Secrets

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Posted: May 22, 2023 - 10:10am

A newish collection of Pink Floyd rarities and unreleased stuff.

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Posted: May 22, 2023 - 9:51am

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The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn


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Posted: May 22, 2023 - 9:41am

Parts 1 (inversed and regular), 2 and 8 of the unreleased score to the 1968 film "The Committee". Songs taken from the rarities bootleg collection "Tree Full of Secrets".

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Posted: Mar 12, 2023 - 5:26pm

Frankfurt cancels Roger Waters

After an acclaimed tour in North America, Roger Waters will take his "This Is Not a Drill" tour through Europe. The long tour will also include concerts in Germany, with the last concert in Germany originally scheduled for May 28 in Frankfurt am Main.
However, on Feb. 24, the Frankfurt city government and the state government of Hesse announced the cancellation of the Frankfurt concert because of "persistent anti-Israel behavior," calling Waters an anti-Semite.

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Posted: Dec 21, 2022 - 8:48am

Sound like one of the audience bootlegs that have been floating around for years, not even a soundboard. But still fun to listen to.
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Posted: Dec 20, 2022 - 6:10pm

I picked the Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, show to see what these were like. Rough, jammy, and some audio inconsistencies. Fun to hear some of the early choices, like Rick Wright doing a lot more singing and soloing. But, didn't totally love it.
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Posted: Dec 20, 2022 - 12:21pm

Alternative Tracks, 1972:
Live At Southampton Guildhall, UK, 23 January 1972:
Live At Carnegie Hall, New York, 5 Feb 1972:
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Pink Floyd 1972 live albums now available to stream:

1. ‘Live At Southampton Guildhall, UK, 23 January 1972’

2. ‘Live At Carnegie Hall, New York, 5 Feb 1972’

3. ‘Live At The Rainbow Theatre, London 17 February 1972’

4. ‘Live At The Rainbow Theatre, London 18 Feb 1972’

5. ‘Live At The Rainbow Theatre, London 19 Feb 1972’

6. ‘Live At The Rainbow Theatre, London 20 Feb 1972’

7. ‘Live At The Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan, 3 Mar 1972’

8. ‘Live At Osaka Festival Hall, Japan, 8 Mar 1972’

9. ‘Live At Nakajima Sports Centre, Sapporo, Japan, 13 Mar 1972’

10. ‘Live At Chicago Auditorium Theatre, USA, 28 April 1972’

11. ‘Live At The Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany, 18 May 1972’

12. ‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, 22 Sept 1972’

13. ‘Live At The Empire Pool, Wembley, London, 21 Oct 1972’

14. ‘Live At Ernst-Merck Halle, Hamburg, Germany, 12 Nov 1972’

15. ‘Live At The Palais des Sports, Poitiers, France 29 Nov 1972’

16. ‘Live At The Palais des Sports de L’Ile de la Jatte, Saint Ouen, France, 1 Dec 1972’

17. ‘Live At The Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium, 5 Dec 1972’

18. ‘Live At The Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland 9 Dec 72’


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Posted: Dec 20, 2022 - 11:14am

Pink Floyd Quietly Put 18 Unreleased ‘Dark Side’-Era Concerts on Streaming Services

IN WHAT’S BECOMING an annual tradition, Pink Floyd quietly uploaded 18 Dark Side of the Moon-era concerts onto streaming services recently, as well as a collection of “alternative tracks” from their legendary 1973 LP.

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Posted: Oct 22, 2021 - 6:25pm

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Still Wish You Were Here - Various Artists

Steve Hackett playing David Gilmour’s searing, soaring leads on “Shine on You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5)” is in fact a superb idea. He takes things in his own direction while remaining true to the spirit of the original. And because Geoff Downes is tasked with creating the song’s core by sticking close to Rick Wright’s keyboard work, he does a fine job with it. Mel Collins adds some nice flute work that fits into the overall arrangement. Geoff Tate’s vocals are a bit over-the-top, but in the context, they work.

“Welcome to the Machine as performed by an instrumental duo of Rick Wakeman and Tony Levin is inspired. And Todd Rundgren’s multi-tracked vocals make sense.

I wouldn’t have thought of Steve Stevens (Billy Idol’s foil) for “Have a Cigar,” but he does well. Patrick Moraz lays down tasty syhteiser lines. And they’re supported by an unexpected rhythm section: Rat Scabies (The Damned” and Jah Wobble (PiL). James Labrie’s vocals are spirited.

The title track is given a fairly reverential treatment, and that’s only fair. Taking it other places is likely ill-advised. Edgar Froese’s keyboard and acoustic(!) guitar work from Joe Satriani blend nicely. Triumph’s Rik Emmett sings. “SOYCD 6-9” features an entirely different lineup than the first part. This time it’s Zombies keyboardist Rod Argent, Steve Hillage on guitar (another excellent bit of casting), Bootsy Collins(!) on bass (and “spacebass”) and drummer Ian Paice. Argent sings.

The “Shine On” tracks are easily the best things here, but – shocker! – there’s nothing embarrassing about this project. The vocals many not be to every listener’s taste, but the personnel choices are inspired, and the performances balance an honor of the source material with flights of instrumental showmanship. If you care to own just one album tribute, Still Wish You Were Here may well be your best choice.

 
Thanks, Doc! Listening now.{#Good-vibes}

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Posted: Oct 22, 2021 - 3:54pm

 Steely_D wrote:


Still Wish You Were Here - Various Artists

The “Shine On” tracks are easily the best things here, but – shocker! – there’s nothing embarrassing about this project. The vocals many not be to every listener’s taste, but the personnel choices are inspired, and the performances balance an honor of the source material with flights of instrumental showmanship. If you care to own just one album tribute, Still Wish You Were Here may well be your best choice.




news to me
downloading it now...

thx! 



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Posted: Oct 22, 2021 - 2:38pm



Still Wish You Were Here - Various Artists

Steve Hackett playing David Gilmour’s searing, soaring leads on “Shine on You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5)” is in fact a superb idea. He takes things in his own direction while remaining true to the spirit of the original. And because Geoff Downes is tasked with creating the song’s core by sticking close to Rick Wright’s keyboard work, he does a fine job with it. Mel Collins adds some nice flute work that fits into the overall arrangement. Geoff Tate’s vocals are a bit over-the-top, but in the context, they work.

“Welcome to the Machine as performed by an instrumental duo of Rick Wakeman and Tony Levin is inspired. And Todd Rundgren’s multi-tracked vocals make sense.

I wouldn’t have thought of Steve Stevens (Billy Idol’s foil) for “Have a Cigar,” but he does well. Patrick Moraz lays down tasty syhteiser lines. And they’re supported by an unexpected rhythm section: Rat Scabies (The Damned” and Jah Wobble (PiL). James Labrie’s vocals are spirited.

The title track is given a fairly reverential treatment, and that’s only fair. Taking it other places is likely ill-advised. Edgar Froese’s keyboard and acoustic(!) guitar work from Joe Satriani blend nicely. Triumph’s Rik Emmett sings. “SOYCD 6-9” features an entirely different lineup than the first part. This time it’s Zombies keyboardist Rod Argent, Steve Hillage on guitar (another excellent bit of casting), Bootsy Collins(!) on bass (and “spacebass”) and drummer Ian Paice. Argent sings.

The “Shine On” tracks are easily the best things here, but – shocker! – there’s nothing embarrassing about this project. The vocals many not be to every listener’s taste, but the personnel choices are inspired, and the performances balance an honor of the source material with flights of instrumental showmanship. If you care to own just one album tribute, Still Wish You Were Here may well be your best choice.


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Posted: Jun 13, 2021 - 9:26am

That whole Immersion set is amazing.


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Posted: Jun 13, 2021 - 6:57am

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I went on a Floyd binge last night to see what I missed and just ended up listening to Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety and in proper order.  ...  

How can you even propose not to do that, especially not in proper order! Blasphemy that is! :- )

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Posted: Jun 9, 2021 - 11:39am

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