Declaración de Lucha contra la Piratería
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jueves, 25 de julio de 2019
La ópera rock llamada The Man/The Journey, fue como proyecto rechazado. No obstante, dos de las canciones que componían esta obra, «Green Is the Colour» y «Cymbaline», fueron incluidas en More
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wednesday September 17th, 1969
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
The Man Suite:
01. Introduction / Daybreak Part 1
03. Doing It
05. Nightmare/Daybreak Part 2
06. The Beginning
07. Beset By The Creatures Of The Deep
08. The Narrow Way
09. The Pink Jungle
10. The Labyrinths Of Auximenes
11. Behold The Temple Of Light
12. The End Of The Beginning
jueves, 18 de julio de 2019
Atom Heart Mother en directo y con sonido de mesa, bootleg muy interesante e imprescindible en la colección de Pink Floyd. El bootleg esta grabado en Paris y Londres.
COMPARTIR/SHARE CD1 CD2
'Atom Heart Mother Goes On The Road'
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
Actual Source: July 16 1970 + September 30 1971
Paris Theatre, London, England
01. Embryo [10:25]
02. Green Is The Colour [4:08]
03. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [8:34]
04. If [4:28]
05. Atom Heart Mother [25:34]
01. Fat Old Sun [14:26]
02. One Of These Days [7:32]
03. Echoes [27:08]
Band: Roger Waters - David Gilmour - Rick Wright - Nick Mason.
jueves, 11 de julio de 2019
Imagino claro esta que el concierto en Brasil no esta completo, aun así tiene un sonido muy bueno merece la pena descargar.
'In The Brazilian Flesh'
Live In Brazil, March 2002
FM Broadcast Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 - In The Flesh
02 - The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
03 - Another Brick In The Wall Pt 2
04 - Mother
05 - Wish You Were Here
06 - Breathe
07 - Time
08 - Breathe Reprise
09 - Money
São Paulo, Brazil
10 - Brain Damage
11 - Eclipse
12 - Flickering Flame
Praça da Apoteose, Rio de Janeiro, March 9, 2002
Broadcast by Radio Globo
Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo, March 14, 2002
Audience recording by evb62 (previously distributed on PinkRoioSHN)
jueves, 4 de julio de 2019
'Dawn Of The Piper'
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
01- Lucy Leave
02- King Bee
The original 5-member Pink Floyd line-up. With Bob Klose on lead guitar and Syd Barrett on rhythm guitar. Possibly recorded at Regent Sound studio around May 1965 (according to Bob Klose - whose memory seems a bit better than Nick Mason's on the
03- Interstellar Overdrive
Taken from the film "San Francisco". Recorded at Thompson Private Recording Studios on 31 October 1966 (or there about).
04- Arnold Layne
05- Candy and a Currant Bun
Taken from the original acetates demoed to EMI. Recorded at Sound Techniques studio from 23-25 January 1967. After hearing
these acetates, EMI signed Pink Floyd to a recording contract on 1 February 1967. When they created this Arnold Layne acetate, they cut out the organ solo. I don't know why they did that. Knowing that EMI would object to the drug references in the lyrics to Let's Roll Another One, Syd rewrote them to create this Candy and a Currant Bun acetate. EMI still objected to
the "I'm high" lyrics anyway. So the band had to go back to Sound Techniques and rerecord it.
06- Interstellar Overdrive
Recorded live at UFO on 27 January 1967 by Granada TV (not 20 January has erroneously reported in some sources). This version is cut as per the editing for the program "Underground: Scene Special". Interestingly, this version lacks the narrator commentary that appears in the final broadcast version. First broadcast on 8 March 1967 (not 7 February as erroneously predicted by Melody Maker).
07- Interstellar Overdrive
Taken from the French EP released 11 April 1967. Pink Floyd attempted to create a shorter version of IO especially for France during a recording sessions on 16 March and 22 March 1967. These were abandoned. The French version was edited from the same source used for the LP (recorded 27 February 1967), just a different mix.
Taken from the US single, released 2 November 1967. The original US release of Piper at the Gates of Dawn did not include the song Flaming. It was released later as a single. This version of Flaming comes from the same recording used for the UK version (16 March 1967) but has a slightly different mix.
09- Pow R Toc H
10- Astronomy Domine
Taken from the BBC's "Look of the Week" television program (14 May 1967).
11- See Emily Play
Taken from acetate #2 of 21 May 1967 recordings made at Sound Techniques. Two acetates are known. They are numbered 1 and 2 based on the order in which they were discovered. This second acetate features a slightly extended ending.
Much about this recording is unknown, including the title. Traditionally, it's been called Experiment (as we do here) or Sunshine. But that was before anyone learned what Sunshine really was.
Sunshine is really the last section of Matilda Mother. Matilda Mother had been rerecorded on 7 June 1967. However, Norman Smith decided that the instrumental section in the middle was too long. During an editing session on 29 June, he literally cut the tape into three pieces. The first part was called "Matilda Mother", the second part (the part being deleted) was called "Wondering and Dreaming", and the third part was called "Sunshine" (based on a convenient lyrical reference at that point). Parts one and three were then spliced together to create the official version. On the stereo release, the "Sunshine" lyric in the left channel gets overpowered by the "For all the time spent in that room" lyric that predominates the right channel. To better hear and appreciate "Sunshine", I've made a mono version of just the left channel starting at the splice point.
14- Scream Thy Last Scream
Recorded at Abbey Road on 7 August 1967. This track is taken from a stereo mix done my Peter Jenner in 1974.
15- Set The Controls
16- Reaction in G
Taken from the BBC's inaugural "Top Gear" Radio 1 program aired on 1 October 1967 (not from a pirate radio rebroadcast). The tracks were recorded at the BBC's Playhouse Theatre on 25 September 1967. The DJs heard on these tracks are Pete Drummond and John Peel. Both DJs were former Radio London DJs (which had shut down on 14 August 1967). Note, the Marine Offenses Act (which took effect 15 August 1967) made these offshore pirate radio stations illegal.
17- Vegetable Man
Recorded at De Lane Lea on 9-11 October 1967. This track is taken from a stereo mix done my Peter Jenner in 1974.
18- Remember a Day
This instrumental version of the song is taken from the DVD of the Syd Barrett spoof film "Remember a Day" starring Darryl Read. Recorded at De Lane Lea on 9-11 October 1967.
19- Apples and Oranges
Recorded at Abbey Road on 26-27 October 1967. This track is the stereo version taken from the Masters of Rock LP.
20- Pow R Toc H
Taken from the BBC's "Top Gear" Radio 1 program aired on 31 December 1967. The track was recorded 20 December 1967 at the BBC's Maida Vale studio. Although this track appears on our BBC Archives 1967-1969 release, it is not the same. The BBC archives version is taken from a rebroadcast of the show and has the ending significantly cut short. This track here on Dawn of the Piper rev A contains the entire song from the recently uncovered original broadcast.