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THE '60s

Magnesium Proverbs [no label] - Syd Barrett rarities from 1966-'70

Syd Barrett - HAVE YOU GOT IT YET? VOL 1: 1965 - 1967. BROADCASTS, DEMOS, ACETATES AND OTHER RARITIES. (1)

Syd Barrett - HAVE YOU GOT IT YET? VOL 2: 1967 - 1968. BROADCASTS, DEMOS, ACETATES AND OTHER RARITIES. (1)

Syd Barrett/ Pink Floyd - Have You Got It Yet? Vol 4 1967-1974 [Laughing Madcaps 1CD] live, studio and rarities. VG-EX

Syd Barrett/ Pink Floyd - Have You Got It Yet? Vol 4 1967-1974: 2010 UPGRADE [Laughing Madcaps 2CD demonoid 2425347] live, studio and rarities. VG-EX. Major upgrade bumping the title to 2CDs. Released in October 2010.

Syd Barrett - Tattooed (SP-CDR-001 vinyl rip 1CD traders den 125924) German Import Vinyl containing Barrett's John Peels sessions from 1970, Sounds of the '70s from 1971, a June 6, 1970 Olympia, London session with David Gilmour and Jerry Shirley and more. Ex FM,SBD stereo. TT: 32:14m. DATA FILE ONLY

Syd Barrett/ Pink Floyd - Have You Got It Yet? Vol 8 Esoterica [Laughing Madcaps 1CD] live, studio and rarities. VG-EX

Syd Barrett - Melkweg (details at http://altmusic.boom.ru/barrett.html) 1CD

Syd Barrett - Psychedelic Freak Out [Godfather Records GR483 1CD dime 327740] 2010 compilation of well-circulated tapes. These are Barrett's demos, acetates and alt mixes from 1965 to 1974. Collectorsmusicreview said "The main bulk of this release spans Syd's solo releases with a dash of Pink Floyd on the side to exemplify his work within that group. Presumably lifted from the epic 17 Internet tree'd CD set "Have You Got It Yet" this makes a far more interesting listening experience than the bigger set." VG+ to Ex.

Syd Barrett - Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind [Westwood 2CD] rarities from 1967 - 1974, demos, sessions, BBC. 35 tracks. VG - EX SBD stereo/mono

Syd Barrett - Beyond Rhyme Nor Reason [Flux & Reflux 6CD] This looks like it is a compact version of the huge fan project Have You Got It Yet?, more than 14CDs. All the music with one radio program. The rest of the interviews have been removed. VG to Ex from SBD and live sources.

Syd Barrett - You Got It Now! [SODA 62 1CD yeeshkul 7991] Tks 1-6 '60s rarities includes Bob Dylan Blues. Tks 7-17 EMI studio sessions Aug 12, 1974. Mostly Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE This was ripped from vinyl but is MP3 sourced.

Syd Barrett - You Got It Now [Soda 62 1CD yeeshkul 54645] bootleg LP released about a year after Barrett died. Side 1 included his '60s material. Side 2 contained studio sessions recorded at Abbey Road on August 12, 1974. Ex SBD stereo.

Syd Barrett - Last Recording Session [DoinkerTape 1CD Dime 198662] live at Abbey Road Studios Aug 12, 1974. "Well, well, well! After lusting after this gem for many years... here it is, finally... 11 instrumental tracks of pure unrealized potential, going nowhere faster and faster...} - Doinker. Source: Peter Jenner's Mixdown Reel. Lineage: Boot Vinyl LP "You Got It Now!". Ex- SBD stereo. Doodlings rather than recordings.

Pink Floyd - What Syd Wants [Harvested 032 2CD Yeeshkul 2069] CD1 live at Star Club, Copenhagen, Holland, Sept 13, 1967 plus TV appearances 1967. CD2 live at Oude-Ahoy Hallen, Rotterdam, Holland, Nov 13, 1967 plus various mixes from 1967. Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett and no Dave Gilmour. Sourced from Bernard White’s reel-to-reel tapes. White was a noted PF collector who passed away in 2005. VG+ AUD stereo.

Syd Barrett - The Thing About Syd: BBC Documentary [no label 1CD yeeshkul 30189] BBC radio 2 b'cast July 21, 2007. Brand new show with all new interviews with the usual suspects except for Roger. Ex FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Syd Barrett Tapes [no label 1CD demonoid 1539861] fan compilation of demos, alternate mixes and outtakes and BBC b'casts remastered by needledrop 2008. "This set was compiled from the best available sources. Fan-made mutli-disc sets such as "Have You Got It Yet" were not used. These sets tend to be over-processed for mass consumption. This set is mastered from an audiophile standpoint. Mono material appears in true mono and not re-processed stereo. There was no additional echo or ambience added. Noise reduction was not used on any material. Hiss was often reduced with judicious equalization. I have tried to present the best sonic experience possible without compromising the integrity of the source material at hand. If you need just one concise Syd Barrett bootleg in your collection, then this would be the one." - needledrop. Ex stereo/mono.



Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1967-1968 [Harvested 008 1CD] BBC sessions recorded Sept 27 1967; Dec 20 1967; June 25 1968; Dec 2 1968 and May 12 1969. VG- Ex.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1967-1979: Revision A [Harvested 1CD Torrent: 147776] "Back when this title was orginally released, Marc-Olivier did an exhaustive comparison between it and the ROIO known as "At Dawn v4.00". He found neither entity to be superior to the other. Each one had its strong points in different areas and he suggested an amalgamation of the two. A little later, we also learned that the speed used for Scream Thy Last Scream and Vegetable Man were incorrect. Another flaw existed with the 1967 sessions. These were originally mono broadcasts. But due to "old age" of the tapes, the original BBC6769 Harvested release had some channel balance problems. All this, and more, has been fixed on the 'rev A' release." VG+ to Ex SBD mono/stereo?

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1967-1969: Revision B 40th Anniversary Edition [Harvested CDR008 2CD yeeshkul 114868] BBC sessions recorded Sept 27 1967; Dec 20 1967; June 25 1968; Dec 2 1968 and May 12 1969. Recompiled from the best sources with most of the DJ talk removed. Ex- to Ex SBD mono/stereo. Shared in December 2009. Research and Remaster by MOB.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1967-1969 [Last Scream 2CD] BBC sessions recorded Sept 27 1967; Dec 20 1967; June 25 1968; Dec 2 1968 and May 12 1969. This has the same tracks as the fan-compiled Harvested edition. Ex- to Ex SBD mono/stereo. This was released September 2011.

Pink Floyd - The Complete Top Gear Sessions 1967-1969 [Grateful Dane 2CD] BBC sessions recorded Sept 27 1967; Dec 20 1967; June 25 1968; Jan 14 1969 and May 12 1969.1992 Italian bootleg shared by Phil Cohen. Ex FM stereo. I followed Harvested's dates and months.

Pink Floyd - Wonderful Wonderful Copenhagen [no label 1CD] live Sept 13 1967. Aud

Pink Floyd - Copenhagen 1967 (Marbal's Tape, 1CD dime 426113) live at The Star Club, Copenhagen, Denmark; September 13, 1967. GD AUD stereo. Speed-corrected version. TT: 36:51m. DATA FILE ONLY

Relics [no label] - bootleg of the original Relics album with 8 bonus tracks. EMI officially released a CD in 1995 with the original 11 songs.

Pink Floyd - DAWN OF THE PIPER / HARVESTED HRVCDR010 / 1CD-R

Pink Floyd - Rome VPRO 1968 [no label 1CD] live in Rome, May 6 1968 at First European International Pop Festival at Piper Club. Radio broadcast. Ex FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - High Time Vinyl Bootleg [A Doinker Tape 1CD dime 296473] This is the Sodium Haze Records released in Europe a long time ago. It contains the Pink Floyd performances for Rome Goes Pop, May 6, 1968 and in London for the John Peel's Night Ride for BBC May 12, 1969. Ex- FM/TV stereo, mono? Vinyl rip by Doinker.

Pink Floyd - High Time [a Doinkertape 1CD losslesslegs] Tks 1-3 live on Rome Goes Pop!, Italy, May 6, 1968. Tks 4-7 live in London, John Peel's Night Ride, May 12, 1968. This is restored from an old vinyl bootleg, High Time [Sodium Haze]. Ex pre-FM stereo. Full notes in artwork.

Pink Floyd - BBC Pig Out [no label 1CD] **/**/68 BBC 68 live at Aeolian Hall. Broadcast in 1968 1CDR *Amazing sound quality!! ["PINK FLOYD-BBC PIG OUT" [Instant Analysis Records], rare BBC radio recordings, recorded June 25 1968 at number 2 studio BBC Aeolian Hall, London. Broadcast on August 11 1968 on Top Gear. Tracks are 1. Murderistic woman [aka Careful With That Axe, Eugene] 2 The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules 3. Let There Be More Light 4 Julia Dream]

Pink Floyd - Careful With These Tracks [Yellow Cow 1CD demonoid 1949538] Tks 1-4 live at Manchester College of Commerce, May 2, 1969. Tk 5 live at Mother's Club, Birmingham, April 27, 1969. This is the unedited and different mix of the live album of Ummagumma. Includes the unreleased 13 minute Interstellar Overdrive. Ex- SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Careful With These Tracks: DE-GLITCHED [Yellow Cow 1CD demonoid 1985445] Tks 1-4 live at Manchester College of Commerce, May 2, 1969. Tk 5 live at Mother's Club, Birmingham, April 27, 1969. This is the unedited and different mix of the live album of Ummagumma. Includes the unreleased 13 minute Interstellar Overdrive. Ex- SBD stereo. THIS IS THE DE-GLITCHED VERSION. "...there were a couple pops and such at the start of Astronomy Domine, and other places as well (end of Set The Controls...), also one nasty one at the beginning of, but mostly during the last third of A Saucerful of Secrets. They are all smoothed out in this torrent, incl. some small fades b/w tracks, though absolutely no music or intros were lost. Source remains lossy as in Yellow Cow release." - darkcycle.

Pink Floyd - Beset By Creatures Of The Deep [no label 1CD] this is MP3 sourced of the Digital Floyd disc minus last track. Recorded live at University of Southampton, Hempshire, England, May 9 1969 [late show]. VG AUD. NOT FOR TRADE

Pink Floyd - Southampton '69 [no label 1CD dime 231571] live at University of Southampton, Hempshire, England, May 9 1969 [late show]. Said to be taken from the master reel-to-reel. Shared by Steveb. This was banned by Dime as the folks at Yeeshkul also have a copy from the master reel. VG AUD.

Pink Floyd - The Unbroken Sequence 1969 [no label 1CD yeeshkul 46698] 1 long track reassembled from BBC Night Ride Session, May 12, 1969. Tk The Narrow Way>The Beginning> Beset By the Creatures of the Deep all sourced from Rover Records Celestial Voices. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Celestial Voices [Rover Records 1CD] Tks 1-4 live at Paradiso, Amsterdam Aug 9, 1969. Tks 5-8 BBC Session, Paris Cinema, London May 12, 1969. Tks 9-14 John Peel BBC Sessions, Piccadilly, London June 25, 1968. All songs are Pre-FM, sound quality is EX+. Ex SBD stereo. Late 2007 bootleg.

Pink Floyd - The Pink Jungle: The 68/69 Pre-FM Recordings [Sigma 28 2CD] This contains the same tracks found on Rover Records' Celestial Voices and also the famous Amsterdam 1969 concert. CD1 is the Sept 17, 1960 Amsterdam concert. CD2 is all the contents from Celestial Voices. Ex SBD stereo. It should be noted that the complete Amsterdam 1969 show takes up 2CDs. So this version is likely edited.

Pink Floyd - Rhapsody In Pink: BBC Sessions 1968-1971 VINYL RIP 24/96 [Anderson Council Records demonoid 2978659] From original 1990 2LP bootleg. 3 tracks from BBC Aeolian Hall, London, June 25, 1968. 1 track from BBC Maida Vale Studios, Dec 2, 1968. 5 tracks from Paris Cinema, London, July 16, 1970. 2 tracks from Paris Cinema, London, Sept 30, 1971. Ex probably FM mono/stereo. Shared in July 2012. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Zabriskie Point Session '69, Rome, December 1969
You have the official 2-CD set of Zabriskie Point, you should not miss this one. Pink Floyd with their fine feeling for Harmonies. Perfect Sound-quality. 1CD

Pink Floyd - Virtual Zabriskie Point [no label 1CD Yeeshkul 2108] fan compilation of the lost Pink Floyd album sourced from Zabriskie Point sessions. The compiler reckons if all Floyd’s music was used for the movie it would have been a great album. The band were originally slated to do the entire soundtrack but the director changed his mind. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Upgrade of Four Famous Zabriskie Point Outtakes [no label 1CD yeeshkul 83897] This version has pops fixed and speed corrected. The other two tracks are untouched. Recorded in Rome, December 1969. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - 370 Roman Yards: The Lost Album [no label 1CD yeeshkul 157183] "This is the soundtrack album for Antonioni's Zabriskie Point that never was, composed and performed entirely by Pink Floyd." - W Romanus. Ex SBD stereo. This is a mix of official tracks from the soundtrack, the extended Rhino reissue and the bootlegs Omayyad and A Journey Through Time And Space. Best quality sources were used. Surfaced on the net May 2011. NOT FOR TRADE.

Pink Floyd - Zabriskie Point The Complete Sessions Vol One (Time And River Records TR 69/1, 1CD dime 485542) Studio sessions recorded in Rome, November/December 1969. Vinyl rip of 2008 bootleg. "The sound quality of this vinyl is great, what is to be expected from studio takes. The sources seem consistent with the exception of tracks 2 and 6. From the frequency analysis of each track a gentle roll-off at 18kHz can be seen, which indicates a reel tape as a source. The generation of the sources are unknown. Tracks 2 and 6 show a sharp roll-off after 19kHz, almost like a CD, although those are normally cut-off around 21kHz. I do not believe the source is mp3 coded as the cut-off would have been around 16kHz instead. Anyway, the record is a gem to listen to!" - HighHopes58. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - amsterdam 1969 complete 9/17/1969 A 2cdr Soundboard

Pink Floyd - Complete Concertgebouw 1969 [Free Range Pigs 2001 2CD] live at Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Sept 17 1969. This is the complete soundboard source as recorded by Hilversum 3 Radio in the Netherlands. Pink Floyd play The Man & The Journey [complete and uncut]. Slightly over 81 mins. Ex FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Man and the Journey: Complete [MoLM 2CD Bootcity 48533] live at Concertgebow, Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 17, 1969. This is the Man of Leisure Music www.molm.org version. "This recording was taken directly from the source reels, and is not one of the many versions that are copies of the Radio Hilversum broadcast. Not even track breaks have been added. There are no cuts of any kind to this performance." - fatoldpig. This is an uncirculated MoLM release. "More source info from MoLM: First or second generation CDs from the reel to reel. Sourced from a hugely reliable trader in Wisconsin. He ripped his using EAC and burned it to audio for me onto Kodak Gold CDRs back in 1998. He had several contacts within the European radio community. As I recall my source got this by burying his Euro contact with tons of live Neil Young before the guy gave up a copy. (The trader had all the Floyd he could ever want, apparently.)" Ex SBD stereo. Quality is very close to Free Range Pigs version, if not better.

Pink Floyd - The Man And The Journey [Digital Floyd Archives 166 1CD] live at Concertgebow, Amsterdam, Sept 17, 1969 b'cast on Dutch radio. Ex FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes 1969 (soniclovenoize studio album reconstruction 1CD piratebay 11274422) This is a reconstruction of an all-studio version of Pink Floyd's experimental performance piece "The Man and The Journey", often titled The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes.  This reconstruction attempts to present a version of the performance that would have taken the place of the Ummagumma album, only utilizing studio recordings and condensing the performance down to two sides of a vinyl album.

Sources used:
Celestial Instruments (2007 bootleg, MOB remaster)
Relics (1996 remaster)
Soundtrack to the Film 'More' (1987 remaster)
Ummagumma (1994 remaster)
Zabriskie Point (1997 remaster)

Ex SBD stereo. Shared Oct 2014. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Cast Your Thoughts Back Many Years [Barfing Spaniel Recordings 2CD planetrock 27325] live at Concertgebow, Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 17, 1969. This is the complete soundboard source as recorded by Hilversum 3 Radio in the Netherlands. Bootleg released in 2002. Ex pre-FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - Interstellar Zappadrive [Harvested HRV CDR031 2CD mindwarp 801] live at Festival Actuel, Amougies, Belgium, Oct 25, 1969. CD1 is the audience recording, speed corrected. CD2 has three tracks b'cast on radio and are soundboard recordings. VG to Ex- mono?

Pink Floyd - Intersteller Overdrive: Alternate Masters 66-68 [ESRF 1CD] Released in 2002. Here are two reviews:

"As an exploration of Pink Floyd's early history, this 17-song bootleg CD has virtually no peer -- beginning with "Lucy Leave," a crunchy two-chord Syd Barrett-authored rocker dating from the group's first session in October 1966, it just grabs listeners and never lets them go. The group's version of "I'm a King Bee" shows more inventive guitar work than, say, the Rolling Stones' rendition of two and a half year earlier. And from those two jewels out of the group's pre-history, the disc roars into the alternate takes from their more familiar earlier psychedelic period -- the January 1967 long version of "Interstellar Overdrive," the A- and B-sides of the early singles (including a remastering of "Candy and a Currant Bun" that sounds like the guitars are in the room with you); alternate (and delightfully strange) mono mixes of "Flamingo" (with delightfully upfront phasing of the guitars, drums, and voices), "Scarecrow," and "Interstellar Overdrive"; plus stereo mixes of "Apples and Oranges" and "Paintbox"; and odd Syd Barrett outtakes from the period of his exit out of the band and his early solo work. The sound is mostly excellent and the art (derived in part from a legitimate 1960s French release) is superior to that of any current legitimate Pink Floyd CD." - Bruce Eder, Jun 18, 2004

"All studio tracks. Fantastic sound, though more than probably sourced from vinyl (d'oh). Nice LP-like cover (probably just a scan of the original LP), but some details are incomplete/untrue. Tracks 1&2 are in fact recorded in demo sessions 1965 and not 66 as mentioned. The name Pink Floyd was not yet being used and guitarist Bob Klose was part of the band at the time. Track 3 is simply the 16min 'Tonight Let's All Make Love In London' version. 'Flamingo', tk 7, is of course 'Flaming.' Track 11 a.k.a. Sunshine. Though some tracks are the same than on the Harvested ROIO "Dawn of the Piper", this one is a must-have for completist and early-years collectors, especially for the outtakes included and the rare high quality sound. Except the last track which sounds as it's been recorded through a tin can with a recorder having speed problems. (the only drawback though)" -- comments taken from OrangeMaze

Phenomena [Manic Depression 2CD] - Live for BBC '68-'69 & Live Paris Theatre London Sept 16 1970

Pink Floyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets: REMASTERED MONO EDITION [no label 1CD] Full album plus 4 bonus tracks, original mono singles. Ex SBD mono.

Pink Floyd - The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn: MONO [no label 1CD] Looks like the official release that's out-of-print. Ex SBD mono. NOT FOR TRADE.

Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother [Quadra Disc 3CD] CD1 4 Channel Mix of Atom Heart Mother. CD2 Front Channel mix. CD3 Rear Channel mix. Ex SBD stereo. This is sourced from the limited edition paper sleeve version.

Pink Floyd - UMMA & GUMMA Ummagumma Revisited [Furry Animal 2004 3CD yeeshkul 2605] "Revisiting UMMAGUMMA as if it was a band-album, including left-overs and alternate versions, plus some home-made edits. Giving it a brandnew concept. (So this could have been PF's first concept album!)… "The Embryo" and "Biding my Time" were recorded for Ummagumma but left out in spite of the concept of making it a 'four-men-solo album'." - Furry Animal. CD 1 is taken from studio sessions and attempts to recreate Ummagumma. CD2 and 3 are live to recreate how Ummagumma would have sounded as a live concert. VG+ to Ex SBD/AUD? Stereo.


THE '70s

Pink Floyd - Broadcasting From Europa 1 [Free Range Pigs 1CD] Live at Theatre de Champs Elysees, Paris, Jan 23 1970 [Ex FM] + Live at Palais des Sports, Lyon, France, June 12 1971 [VG FM].

Pink Floyd - Two Radio Broadcasts [Free Range Pigs 1CD] 3 tracks live at Hotel de Champs-Elysees a Paris, France on January 23, 1970 (+).From a First Generation tape, of the April 30, 1995 rebroadcast by the French radio station, Europa 1. The Sound Quality is EX, making it essential for collectors. This snippet is about 22 minutes total length, however the original ORTF Radio, France broadcast was around 60 minutes. 

Next 3 tracks live at Palais Des Sports Lyon, France on June 12, 1971 (+). This recording is taken from the Europa 1 Radio France broadcast from sometime in June 1971. This is a speed corrected, two channel recording, unlike the one channel recording or AM broadcasts that have been heavily circulated.

Second show is a bit distant.

PINK FLOYD - 2CD 02/28/70 Six of one / Leeds Refectory hall

Pink Floyd - Six Of One: REV A [Harvested 2CD yeeshkul 68702] live at Refectory Hall, Leeds University, England, Feb 28, 1970. "After seeing several versions claiming to come from an unknown DAT gen from the master reels, the owner of the original tapes offered me a fresh transfer from those reels onto a DAT tape." - Ron Toon July 2008. Lineage: MASTER REELS > DAT @48KhZ/16bIT > WAVE (PROTOOLS) @48kHz > 44.1 kHz. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Port Chester 1970 [Sirene 2CD ZOMB 4628] live at Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, New York, Apr 22, 1970. Ex AUD stereo.

Interstellar Encore [Pigs On The Wing 2CD] - Live Fillmore West, Apr 29 1970.

Pink Floyd - Interstellar Fillmore [Harvested 2CD] live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, Apr 29 1970. Ex SBD stereo. BEST VERSION.

Pink Floyd - KQED 1970 [no label 1CD] live at Fillmore West, San Francisco as recorded for KQED, Apr 29 1970. This was a live performance recorded before Pink Floyd's evening show without an audience. It was filmed for a broadcast on the US PBS network. Taken from a VHS 1st generation tape. Ex- SBD mono. Some hiss. Torrented by fatoldpig Aug 2005.

Pink Floyd - KQED: Sonic Upgrade [Harvested HRV CDR 034 1CD yeeshkul 79004] live at KQED studios, San Francisco, Apr 30, 1970. Ex SBD mono. A MOB remaster Oct 2008 from master reel.

Pink Floyd - Santa Monica 1970 [no label 2CD yeeshkul 8607] live at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California, May 1, 1970. Source audience recording 1st generation reel tape. Ex- AUD stereo. Three tracks are cut.

Pink Floyd - Libest Spacement Monitor [Swinging Pig] 7/16/70 London 1CD

Atom Heart Mother Goes On The Road [ACL 2CD] - Live Paris Theatre London July 16 1970. Same as Phenomena but disc two is identified as live Paris Theatre, Oct 3 1971.

Pink Floyd - BBC Paris Theatre 1970 [no label 1CD Torrent: 63091] live at BBC Paris Theatre, London, July 16, 1970 with John Alldis Choir and orchestra and the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble. This is sourced from an FM re-broadcast on Swedish Radio P3 on Oct 7, 2005. Ex FM stereo. This is missing John Peel's intros.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives [Sirene 2CD] CD1 live at BBC Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London, July 16, 1970 with John Peel's intro. Atom Heart Mother was played with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble and the John Aldiss Choir. Broadcast on John Peel's Sunday Concert. CD2 live at BBC Paris Cinema, Sept 30, 1971 with John Peel's intro for Sounds Of The Seventies show. Taken from BBC's original Mono Master Reels. Ex SBD mono.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives [Ayanami 2CD] 7/16/70 London & 9/30/1971. Two complete BBC shows in sbd quality. Excellent.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1970-1971: The Paris Cinema Sessions REV A [Harvested CDR007B Rev A 1CD Yeeshkul 44553] Tks 1-6 live at Paris Cinema, London, July 16, 1970. Tks 7-11 Sept 30, 1971. Sources - BBC Transcription LP (Fat Old Sun, One Of These Days, Echoes); 1st gen cassette (Embryo, Blues); BBC Radio One Master Reels* (John Peel intros) *mono. Ex SBD stereo/mono. Late 2007 release.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1970-1971: The Paris Cinema Sessions REV A [Harvested CDR007B Rev A 1CD Yeeshkul 6100] Tks 1-6 live at Paris Cinema, London, July 16, 1970. Tks 7-11 Sept 30, 1971. Sources - BBC Transcription LP (Fat Old Sun, One Of These Days, Echoes); 1st gen cassette (Embryo, Blues); BBC Radio One Master Reels* (John Peel intros) *mono. Ex SBD stereo/mono. Late 2007 release. THIS IS EXACTLY THE SAME AS Yeeshkul 44553.

Eclipse [Great Dane] - Live Playhouse Theatre London July 16 1970. Less one track and with some songs edited to be shorter.

Pink Floyd - BBC Radio One Master Reels July 16, 1970 [no label 1CD Yeeshkul 4710] live at Paris Cinema, London, July 16 1970. Atom Heart Mother performed with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble Orchestra and the John Aldiss Choir directed by John Aldiss. B'cast on John Peel's Sunday Concert. "The present torrent "BBC Radio One Master Reels" has no frequencies missing, but there are signs of processing (EQing), as buffalofloyd suggested in his first post. The loud parts have a good amount of high frequencies, and when it comes to quieter parts, the spectrum shows an attenuation of high frequencies (as if a kind of "dynamic hiss reduction" tool was used). But this is not annoying at all for the listening experience. What is annoying, though, is some kind of very slight treble noise that can be heard during the quiet parts (e.g. making John Peel's annoucements sound "metallic")." - MOB. Ex SBD mono.

Pink Floyd - BBC Mono Master July 16, 1970 [no label 1CD yeeshkul 4708] live at Paris Cinema, London, July 16 1970. Atom Heart Mother performed with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble Orchestra and the John Aldiss Choir directed by John Aldiss. B'cast on John Peel's Sunday Concert. Source is BBC Sound Archive mono master. "The current torrent is the best version of the mono masters I know. It's better than the "BBC Radio One Master Reels" and HRV "Mooed Music Rev A". The spectral analysis shows full range of frequencies, and there's no sign at all of EQing or dynamic dehissing (unlike the "BBC Radio One Master Reels", the general amount of high frequencies is constant during the full recording). And purely sonically speaking, the slight treble noise that was present on "BBC Radio One Master Reels" is not here at all. And John Peel's annoucements don't have that metallic sound either. IMHO this is not the result of some cleaning process (I cannot hear any artefact), more probably from a different transfer from BBC masters, with other (better) devices. Conclusion: my preference goes for "BBC Mono Master" (the 10 track RoIO torrented here: http://www.yeeshkul.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4708 ), because of sound fidelity and absence of treble noise. - MOB. Ex SBD mono.

Note: MOB also said "However, I detected microgaps around track transitions, and curiously the speed is too fast (if you want the correct speed, matching the CWTAE pitch from official Ummagumma live version, and also matching the pitch on the official BBC transcriptions CDs and LPs, you need to do a 102.5% stretch)."

Pink Floyd - BBC Mono Master July 16, 1970: REV A [no label 1CD yeeshkul 60204] live at Paris Cinema, London, July 16 1970. Atom Heart Mother performed with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble Orchestra and the John Aldiss Choir directed by John Aldiss. B'cast on John Peel's Sunday Concert. Source is BBC Sound Archive mono master. Ex SBD mono. Microgaps removed, speed-corrected April 26, 2008.

Pink Floyd - BBC Mono Masters: 2009 upgrade [Jon's Attic UK 2CD yeeshkul 90790] CD1 live at Paris Theatre, London, July 16, 1970. CD2 Tks 1-4 live at Paris Theatre, Sept 30, 1971. Tks 5-8 live at BBC studios, Picadilly, London, June 25, 1968. A fresh Feb 2009 transfer from the seeder's master CD-R copy. His copy was taken from the BBC's mono master tape. Ex SBD mono.

Pink Floyd - Live At The BBC July 16, 1970 [A DoinkerTape 1CD hungercity 4763]live at Paris Theatre, London, July 16, 1970. "This is the simulated stereo, reverb/out-of-phase version commonly broadcast ." Doinker's copy is from the BBC's master reel. Ex SBD stereo. Shared in Feb 2009.

Pink Floyd - St Tropez 1970 CD [Cochon Productions 1CD Torrent #90342] live at Saint Tropez Music Festival, France, Aug 8, 1970. Ex SBD mono.

Pink Floyd - Saint Tropez [TPR CD 005 1CD yeeshkul 100351] live at Saint Tropez, Les Nuits Musicales, Aug 8, 1970. Remastered from French TV archives, May 2009. TPR is This Place Records. Originally b'cast on Pop2 in October 10 and 24, 1970. Ex SBD mono.

Pink Floyd - Electric Factory Rev A [Harvested 021 2CD Torrent: 117782] live in Philadelphia, PA, September 16, 1970. "The last three minutes of Set the Controls appears to be patched from another (inferior) source. In addition to my normal click and pop elimination, I also removed a chirping sound from those last 3 minutes. This noise appears to have been an artefact from some dehissing done long ago on this patch." - Ron Toon. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Electric Factory [Harvested 021 2CD] live at Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Sept 26 1970. Ex AUD.

Pink Floyd - Pink Floyd - BBC Radio One Master Reels Sept 30, 1971 [no label 1CD Yeeshkul 4711] live at Paris Cinema, London, Sept 30 1971. B'cast on BBC's Sounds of the Seventies. This is directly from the BBC master edited for airplay, but not remastered. "Sonically speaking, it's very difficult to hear any difference between this "BBC Radio One Master Reels" and HRV's "Meddled Rev A", even on a good equipment with headphones. But beeerlover is true when he says that the spectrum analysis shows some "missing" frequencies in the HRV release. Maybe a MiniDisc somewhere in the lineage?" - MOB. Ex SBD mono. This version was probably mixed to mono by BBC.

Note: MOB also said "HRV CDR 007 "BBC Archives 1970-1971" contains the "stereo" versions of the BBC shows. However, the 1970 BBC concert was recorded in mono by the BBC, and the "stereo" versions floating around are actually fake stereo versions (in the '90s, the various transcription CDs for radios contained artificial stereo versions of Embryo, GITC, CWTAE, If and the second part of AHM). The content of HRV CDR 007 disc 1 is directly taken from the transcription CDs (thus, fake stereo), completed by John Peel's comments, Fat Old Sun and the first half of AHM from the true mono versions."

Pink Floyd - Rolf's Pepperland Bomb 1970 (Magna Qualitas Records MQR 012 2Disc demonoid2 2995548) live at Pepperland Auditorium, San Rafael, CA, USA, October 16, 1970 to promote Atom Heart Mother. This was distributed as a CD (16/44) and as a hi-res file at 24/96. MQR releases this in memory of Rolf Ossenberg, who passed away on December 17, 2012. Remaster and Artwork made 2013 by MQR - creamcheese, WRomanus and Heywood. Released on December 17, 2013. Ex AUD stereo. TT: Disc1 69:05m, Disc2 63:21m. TT: 2:12:05. Tapers Jay D and Ron C using a Sony TC-126 deck. The audio cassettes were transferred to a reel to reel deck. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Best Of Pepperland Tapes [no label 2CD] live at Pepperland Auditorium, San Rafael, USA, Oct 17 1970. Ex AUD stereo

Pink Floyd - Breakdown Co-ordinator [Highland 2CD] live Pepperland Auditorium, San Raphael, Oct 17 1970. Ex Aud

Pink Floyd - Sing To Me Cymbaline [no label piratebay 7483203] live at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, CA, Oct 23, 1970. Recorded by the legendary DUB TAYLOR. THIS IS A 24/96 rip from a second generation cassette copy of the master reels. Ex- AUD MONO. DATA FILE ONLY.

Pink Floyd - The Embryo From Gothenburg [no label 2CD Torrent #68508] live at Konserthuset, Gothenburg, Sweden, Nov 11, 1970. This is known as the "Whitman tape source". CD2 Tk 3 is from Stadthalle, Offenbach, W Germany, Feb 26, 1971. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Blindness [Sigma 5 2CD tapecity 137016] live at Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov 12, 1970. "Blindness follows the paradigm of the Ayanami by using the excellent sounding tape and introducing the lesser quality tape in a seamless edit two minutes into "A Saucerful Of Secrets." The excellent quality recording sounds beautiful. It isn't too shrill and captures amazing detail of the events on stage including the subtle sounds of chirping birds during "Green Is The Colour." There are some minor volume dropouts throughout the set, and there are some speed problems during the first couple minutes "Atom Heart Mother" due to the tape running close to the end of the side. After a tape flip 6:35 into the song that problem clears up." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Ernst-Merck Halle 1970 [no label 2CD Torrent: 68292] live at Ernst-Merck Halle (T-136), Hamburg Germany, Nov 14, 1970. "This is a great, unique show. It's my favorite version of Green is the Colour. Sound quality is EX, although the vocals are sometimes distant." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Ernst Merck Halle [no label 2CD Torrent: 87357] live at Ernst-Merck Halle (T-136), Hamburg Germany, Nov 14, 1970. "This is a great, unique show. It's my favorite version of Green is the Colour. Sound quality is EX, although the vocals are sometimes distant." Ex- AUD stereo. SAME AS ABOVE.

PINK FLOYD - 2CD 11/21/70 Smoking blues / Montreux, Casino

Pink Floyd - Before the Fire: Montreux Casino The Fireman's Tapes, Volume III [no label 1CD Torrent: 121456] live at Altes Casino, Montreux, Switzerland, Nov 21, 1970. "This recording is purported to come from an FM Reel Master. The sound quality is quite excellent, and this may very well be an appropriate lineage. The comparison to "Smoking Blues" reveals that this recording is brighter and cleaner, to my ears. You may find that its not an upgrade. caveat listener." danlynch Aug 17, 2004. Ex- FM? stereo. Note: The artwork states it is 2CD but it can be fitted on one 80 min disc.

Pink Floyd - Too Late For Mind Expanding: 40th Anniversary [Harvested 036 2CD yeeshkul 139613] live at Altes Casino, Montreux, Switzerland, Nov 21, 1970. "This new release provides the first of the two Montreux shows in the most complete form and with the best possible quality. The main source was Victor's raw master transfer... Victor's master is a superb audience recording and a compilation cassette he did in the past from both concerts was copied and ended up on the 1995 'Smoking Blues' bootleg." Released November 2010 by the Harvested team.

Pink Floyd - Flying Circus [no label 2CD Torrent: 87440] live at Flying Circus, Munich, Germany, November 29, 1970. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd* - city hall, Sheffield, England 12/22/1970 A 3cdr Audience [aka Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast. Title refers to a song played live once only at this gig.]

Pink Floyd - The Ultimate Breakfast [Devil's Breath 001 2CD] live at City Hall, Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK, Dec 22, 1970. Complete show with some cuts found on tape source. A unique early show that extends slightly beyond two hours and includes the rare Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast from Atom Heart Mother. Ex- AUD stereo?

Pink Floyd - Rise & Shine [Harvested HRV CDR 035 2CD yeeshkul 90238] live at City Hall, Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK, Dec 22, 1970. From 2nd generation cassette. This version of the Sheffield show is speed-corrected, drop-outs and tape flaws corrected. Ex- AUD stereo. A Feb 2009 release.

Pink Floyd - m-502 , Hamburg Germany 2/25/1971 A 2CDr Audience

Pink Floyd - Hamburger [A Doinker Tape 2CD dime 303164] live in Hamburg, Germany, Feb 25, 1971. This is from an original vinyl bootleg called Hamburger, restored by Doinker. "First, I wanted to prove that this album was no copy of m-502," said Doinker before concluding that "this boot is the best possible" version of the show. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The "Pictures Of Pink Floyd" Restoration Project [DoinkerTape 2CD Torrent: 87014] This is a rare performance of The Librest Spacement Monitor by Pink Floyd during their 1971 tour of Europe. "Part of this is definitely an audience recording and is from Offenbach 1971-02-26." Sourced from private collector Herr Peter D from his original double LP boot. Records were played on a Technics Sl-1200MK2 turntable, using a Layla 3G console directly into a Dell computer. Some flaws remain especially the speed changes during Atom Heart Mother. Included is an imperfect attempt at speed correction and the original version as taken from the vinyl. Engineered by Doinker in his "studio" from the original vinyl, all subsequent actions done in a group meeting with other crazy people during the week of March 6, 2006. VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Pictures of Pink Floyd Restoration Project: COMPLETE SPEED CORRECTED VERSION [no label 2CD Torrent: 88273] live in Offenbach Feb 26, 1971. Speed correction of Torrent: 87014 by Blokhead. "The entire album was running slightly fast. Then of course there were the really bad speed problems in Atom Heart Mother. This track needed special attention. I'm quite pleased with the results." VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Band 29 - Offenbach 1971 Marbal Reel [no label 2CD yeeshkul 27376] live at Stadthalle Offenbach am Main, Germany, Feb 26, 1971. "New high definition transfer from Marbal's first generation backup reel." Marbal is the taper of this fine show. Ex- AUD stereo. This surfaced in January 2012. While not perfect, it is a great show with Pink Floyd performing a work-in-progress.

Pink Floyd - Band Who Ate Asteroids For Breakfast [no label 2CD Torrent: 87338] live at Oude Ahoy Hallen, Rotterdam, Holland, April 3, 1971. "Atom Heart Mother includes the orchestra and the choir singing like angels, and look out for a little suprise at the end of A Saucerful Of Secrets.} - Fat Old Sun. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - return of the son of nothing , West Berlin June 5, 1971 A 2cdr Audience

PINK FLOYD - 2CD 06/05/71 Vierundzwanzig Teile von Nichts

Pink Floyd - Amsterdam Free Concert 1971 [no label 1CD] live June 26 1971. Vg AUD.

Pink Floyd - echoes of japanese meddle, Hakone, 8/6/1971 A 1cdr Audience

Pink Floyd - First Time In Japan, 1971 (Godfather Records GR 933/934/935 3CD piratebay 10309097) CD1 (71:55) live at Hakone Aphrodite, Hakone, Japan (Open Air Festival), Aug 6, 1971. includes one song by opening act Buffy Sainte Marie."Overall a well done take on the first Hakone show, other than the small part in 'CWTAE' that could have been handled a little better this is, for me, as good as it gets. Due to the fragmentary nature of the three sources I prefer a composite to give the best presentation as opposed to have all three sources separate, Godfathers have given us just that."

CD2 (48:04) and CD3 (72:22) live at  Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan, Aug 9, 1971. "For the last night of the tour the band would play the Festival Hall in Osaka, a far more intimate setting as opposed to the previous two concerts performed in an open air atmosphere. This would also allow the band to play a full concert and not the truncated festival set... The sound quality is near excellent, a bit thin sounding with some upper end distortion and perhaps the drums are slightly in the background compared to the other instruments... This recording is certainly the best sonic document of the first Japanese tour. Unfortunately the taper paused the tape machine between songs but other than that the recording is complete." This recent release from Godfather contains both first and final shows documenting Pink Floyd's first trip to Japan, a short tour consisting of just three dates. Such was the success of this tour that the band would return to the Land of the Rising Sun for a proper tour the following year. VG+ AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - '71 Hakone Aphrodite (Open Air Festival) First surfaced in 2015 (ThePetSounds Productions 2CD dime 540799) live at Joufudai, Seikei University campus, Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan, August 6, 1971. CD1 (TT: 54:23m) duophonic stereo raw (ie fake stereo). CD2 (TT: 54:21m) Remastered back to original mono. Recorded by T. Kuroshima (dubbed Recorder 4). The source for this is the Sigma 138 bootleg.

"In 2015, an astonishing source has been discovered: A new recording of the first day of Hakone Aphrodite...It should be noted that unlike the other sources, Echoes is totally uncut and includes Roger's words "This is the new piece, it's called Echoes" at the beginning. Also, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun is included for the first time ever.

The source, originally recorded in mono, was cut down to 60 minutes during the duplication and given to the original taper's cousin. Unfortunately, the edited copy was improperly mixed into fake stereo (Time delay one channel slightly), which caused the jumpiness in the audio. Though Recorder 4 has already been released by a bootlegger under the title of "HAKONE APHRODITE 1971: MASTER RECORDING (Sigma 138)," here I release it again with my best restoration of the above problem. My remaster uses the same digital copy as that of the bootleg.

The box of the tape says "August 7th, 1971," but this date must be wrong because the taper of Recorder 3 including the same performance said he had attended only the first day of Hakone Aphrodite. In addition, according to the cousin of the taper of Recorder 4, he attended just one day, which means that Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun in this source is from the first day."

VG++ AUD mono, fake stereo. Shared on Dime, Sept 23, 2015 by "file_under". DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - No More Colours, Melbourne 1971 (Speed Corrected Series 007 2CD dime 496059) live at Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia, August 13, 1971. Possibly the last performance of Green is the Colour.  Thanks to frostbrent for providing the source. VG AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Remember The Lesson of Giving: Montreux 1971 (no label 2CD dime 481532) live at Montreux Casino, Montreux, Switzerland, Sept 18, 1971. Pink Floyd played Montreux in 1970 and 1971. "New to circulation is a first generation transfer from the soundboard reels of this famous recording of the early Floyd. The common roio in circulation is the White Witch/Black Wizard, but this is taken from a lower generation recording, and sounds richer, fuller, and has less hiss. A speed correction was necessary however, as the recording runs quite slow. The excellent speed correction done by the WW/BW producer was used as reference for track timings, and ultimately a speed correction of 4.5% was utilized." - danlynch, March 23, 2007. Ex SBD stereo. TT: 1:53:33. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Montreux 1971 (no label 2CD dime 481656) live at Montreux Casino, Montreux, Switzerland, Sept 18, 1971. Pink Floyd played Montreux in 1970 and 1971. "New to circulation is a first generation transfer from the audience reels of this famous recording of the early Floyd. The common roio in circulation is the White Witch/Black Wizard, but this is taken from a lower generation recording, and sounds richer, fuller, and has less hiss. A speed correction was necessary however, as the recording runs quite slow. The excellent speed correction done by the WW/BW producer was used as reference for track timings, and ultimately a speed correction of 4.5% was utilized." - danlynch, March 23, 2007. Ex AUD stereo. TT: 1:53:33. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Remastered Meddled by 13 [no label 1CD Torrent: 117636] live at Paris Cinema, London, England, Sept 30, 1971. This is a remaster of Meddled originally released by Harvested 001. "Here it is, the infamous Meddled ROIO, feverishly sought after by Floyd fans wanting to hear what Meddler was supposed to sound like before being mistakenly edited to mono. It came from an FM broadcast over the BBC in England. The stereo dimension adds so much to the recording, you can actually hear very distinctly what each band member is doing." - thepinkfloyd.co.uk. Ex FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - Meddled REV A [Harvested CDR-01 1CD Demonoid 1372816] live at Paris Cinema, London, Sept 30 1971. B'cast Oct 12, 1971. Ex SBD mono. "Unmixed master mono recording archived by the BBC."

Pink Floyd - Pink Floyd - BBC Radio One Master Reels Sept 30, 1971 [no label 1CD Yeeshkul 4711] live at Paris Cinema, London, Sept 30 1971. B'cast on BBC's Sounds of the Seventies. This is directly from the BBC master edited for airplay, but not remastered. "Sonically speaking, it's very difficult to hear any difference between this "BBC Radio One Master Reels" and HRV's "Meddled Rev A", even on a good equipment with headphones. But beeerlover is true when he says that the spectrum analysis shows some "missing" frequencies in the HRV release. Maybe a MiniDisc somewhere in the lineage?" - MOB. Ex SBD mono. This version was probably mixed to mono by BBC.

Note: MOB also said "HRV CDR 007 "BBC Archives 1970-1971" contains the "stereo" versions of the BBC shows. However, the 1970 BBC concert was recorded in mono by the BBC, and the "stereo" versions floating around are actually fake stereo versions (in the '90s, the various transcription CDs for radios contained artificial stereo versions of Embryo, GITC, CWTAE, If and the second part of AHM). The content of HRV CDR 007 disc 1 is directly taken from the transcription CDs (thus, fake stereo), completed by John Peel's comments, Fat Old Sun and the first half of AHM from the true mono versions."

Pink Floyd - Pompeii [HRV 010 1CD] live in Pompeii, Oct 4-7 1971. Ex SBD

Pink Floyd - From Oblivion [Digital Floyd 2CD] live San Diego, California, Oct 17 1971. Ex Audience.

Pink Floyd - New Mown Grass [PRS-CDR-008 2CD mindwarp 1929] live at Convention Hall, Community Concourse, San Diego, California, Oct 17 1971. Transferred 2006 from master tape and speed & pitch-corrected. Ex Audience stereo.

Pink Floyd - 2CD 11/06/71 For reasons I don't understand / Emerson Gym Cleveland, Ohio

Pink Floyd - Something from Nothing [Digital Reproductions 2CD Torrent: 59209] live at Lisner Auditorium in Washington, DC, Nov 16, 1971. "An excellent live audience recording, very clean and very low gen. Other versions of this show had considerable problems with edits between songs, strange volume levels and complete drop outs. All those problems have now been corrected and the results net a fantastic early Floyd show. One of These Days is a really spacey version, considerably different and longer than most other versions. Echoes is presented by its working title, a little bit of humor from the boys. Dave seems to be in great spirits and loses control during the end of Cymbaline. Another must have recording if you are an early Floyd fan." - The Digital Dan. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - From A Time So Strange [MoLM 2CDTorrent: 73127] live at Taft Auditorium, Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov 20, 1971. A Man of Leisure Music presentation. "This is the famous concert with the longest ever version of The Embryo (~28 minutes!). It's a phenomenal show, and this is the best & most complete source that I know of. It combines the two known recorders for this show. Sound quality for the first recorder is quite good (Ex- I'd say), and decent for the second recorder." VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon Studio Rehearshal [no label 1CD dime 230467] Early 1972. "This contains a small selection of songs from the rehearsals of DSOTM, including an acoustic version of "Money" as well as other performances." Ex SBD stereo. TT 11:40 MIN. VERY SHORT.

Pink Floyd - The Darkside Rehearsals [Digital Floyd 2CD] live The Dome, Brighton, UK, Jan 20 1972. VG Audience. Has 1 sec abrupt change between tracks. May be in original source caused by taper switching on and off.

Pink Floyd - Eclipse of the Darkside [Gold Standard 1CD Torrent: 85747] Tks 1-6 live at Brighton Dome, UK, Jan 20, 1972. Show stops at Money when the tape breaks down. Tks 7-16 live at Wintergardens, Bournemouth, UK, Jan 22, 1972. First complete live performance of Dark Side Of The Moon album. The cover art states Jan 21 at Portsmouth. This is incorrect. "The first part is the 'abused' recording of the first Dark Side performance, the famous première in Brighton (January 20) stopped for technical problems (see The Dark Side Rehearsals, Eclipsed By The Moon, Dark Side Premier ...), but the second set is not the Portsmouth January 21 recording (as often listed and as written on the cover too) it's really an alternate better version of the Winter Gardens January 22 show!" - Fat Old Sun. VG AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Here They Come: First Dark Side Of The Moon [Little Pieces Production 2CD losslesslegs] live at Brighton Dome, UK, Jan 20, 1972. Ex- AUD stereo. Slight hiss. Considered to be the best version for this show, speed-corrected.

Pink Floyd - Think Pink [Cat Records 1CD] live at Nakajima Sports Centre, Hokkaido Japan, Feb 13 1972. VG Audience.

Pink Floyd - The Complete Rainbow Tapes [Godfather Records GRBOX 02 8CDs] live at Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, UK, Feb 17-20, 1972. Each show over four days is contained on 2CDs. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo. The Feb 20 show is the most famous from this set for its quality.

Pink Floyd - "Best Of Tour 72" [The Swingin' Pig 1CD] live at Rainbow Theatre, London, Feb 17, 1972. The date is probably wrong. An essential show! Ex- SBD? stereo.

Pink Floyd - "Best Of Tour 72" [The Swingin' Pig 1CD bootcity: 29552] live at Rainbow Theatre, London, Feb 17, 1972. The date is probably wrong. An essential show! Ex- SBD? stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Best Of Tour '72: VINYL SOURCE UPGRADE [no label 1CD Torrent #84526] live at Rainbow Theatre, London, UK, Feb 20, 1972. Remastered From Original 1st LP Pressing. "This historical recording captures Dark Side of the Moon in its earliest stage. No other recording available from the jan/feb 72 tour (in which dsotm was first performed) sounds as good as this. It has one ugly flaw (still) with the annoying cuts in Tr. 4, 8 & 11 but the music & sound is just too good to leave.

This upgrade is by far the best sounding version of this recording of the few I have ever heard." - Menno. Re-Mastered @ the Soundhouse by Prof. Stoned, February 2006. Done with tender loving care. Ex AUD stereo. The LP was made from reel-to-reel tapes which are presumed lost.

Pink Floyd - "the Best Of Tour 72": Completed & Restored [Wromanus/Heywood 1CD yeeshkul 97099] live at Rainbow Theatre, London, Feb 20, 1972. "We made this more than one year ago with the release of 'In Rainbow Light'. This release goes even further and upgrades, restores and completes the content of the original LP version of The Best of Tour 72 only, primarily for those older collectors who have had it for many years. A sort of emotional commemoration of another famous and time honored bootleg LP." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - In Rainbow Light: The Complete Show [WRomanus/Heywood 2CD yeeshkul 44498] live at Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, Feb 20, 1972. Fan recreation from various master sources late 2007. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Broadcast Tape 3/6/72 Tokyo, Japan [Ayanami 1CDR]

Pink Floyd - Tokyo FM 1972 [no label 1CD torrent 128549] live at Tokyo Taiikukan, Japan, Mar 6, 1972. This is the famous audience tape that was broadcast on Japan FM. This is the incomplete version of the show but with slightly better quality. Ex- AUD stereo. 30 mins

Pink Floyd - Live In Tokyo 1972 Tokyo-to Taiikukan Tokyo, Japan March 7, 1972 (2nd night in Tokyo) 2CDR VG AUD

Pink Floyd - Missing Pieces [Sigma 34 2CD zomb 29769] CD1 live at Tokyo Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan, March 7, 1972, second night in Japan. CD2 Tk1 Festival Hall, Osaka, March 8, 1972. Tk2 Festival Hall, Osaka, March 9, 1972. Tk3 Nakajima Sports Centre, Sapporo, Hokkaido, March 13, 1972. Released in Feb 2009. VG AUD stereo. March 9 seems to be first time in circulation.

Pink Floyd - darkest moon, Osaka Japan 3/8/1972 A 2cdr Audience

Pink Floyd - Home Again [TOP PF 72010 1CD Torrent: 56230] live at Taiikukan Hall, Kyoto, Japan, March 10, 1972. VG+ AUD stereo. A slightly distant recording with hall echo. Clean sound though.

Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Ice [Highland HL679 1CD Torrent: 112256] This is a Highland Master Series boot, Pink Floyd live at Nakanoshima Sports Center, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, Mar 13, 1972. "An excellent recording and performance. Early Dark Side with guitar jam version of On The Run, TGGITS has the preacher tape and a blood-curdling "Careful With That Axe, Eugene." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Run Rabbit Run [Harvested 2CD] - Live Manchester Free Trade Hall, Mar 30 1972. Ex audience.

Pink Floyd - Chicago Auditorium 1972 [no label 2CD] complete show of Apr 28 1972. Ex AUD some silence due to tape change.

Pink Floyd - Chicago Auditorium Theatre 1972 [A Doinker Tape 1CD dime 228149] live in Chicago, Apr 28, 1972. Sourced from a low-generation reel-to-reel. Ex AUD stereo? TT 47:37m

Pink Floyd - Island Green 1972 [no label 1DVD-R Audio 24/96 yeeshkul 169747] live at 2nd British Rock Meeting, Insel Grun, Germersheim, Germany, May 21, 1972. Tape from master reel supplied by MARBAL. This is "recorder 2". VG+ AUD stereo. Brand new high definition [24/96] transfer from Marbal's first generation safety cassette by Beechwood. Mastered by Littlepieces. A labour of love.

Pink Floyd - From The Other Side [Golden Memories 1CD SAIE 89031 ITALY 1989 Torrent: 83509] sessions at Abbey Road Studios, London, England in June 2 or 3, 1972. Ex SBD stereo. 3 tracks, about 15 mins.

Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon Studio Rehearsals & Demos [no label 1CD] Tk1-4 studio rehearsals from unknown date. Tk 5 outtake. Bonus Tks 6-12 Abbey Road sessions, London, June and November 1972. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo.

Staying Home To Watch The Rain [Great Dane 2CD] - Live Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, Sept 22 1972 Audience
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Pink Floyd - Hollywood Bowl: Platinum Edition [Dan Lynch ReMaster 2CD] live at the Hollywood Bowl, Sept 22 1972 on Dark Side Tour. This is Dan's Fireman's Tapes series taken from the original master audience tape. Ex- AUD stereo. Some have criticised this remaster as being a bit fast.

Pink Floyd - Speed Corrected Hollywood Bowl: Platinum Edition [Dan Lynch ReMaster 2CD] live at the Hollywood Bowl, Sept 22 1972 on Dark Side Tour. This is Dan's Fireman's Tapes series taken from the original master audience tape. Ex- AUD stereo. The new, corrected version.

Pink Floyd - Dr Who In Denmark [no label 2CD] live in Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov 10 1972. Low Generation Series. Ex- AUD stereo. Very clear recording. Unique show for jamming. CD 1 track 6 has a volume surge at beginning.

Pink Floyd - 2CD 11/15/72 Just another gig in Boblingen.

Pink Floyd - Echoes Of The Past [ICPI-1998 1CD Torrent: 62656] live at Sporthalle, Böblingen, Stuttgart, Germany Nov 15, 1972. This is taken from source two of this show taped with a reel-to-reel deck but the taper did not have enough tape for the whole show. "A copy of this reel was distributed on tape and an nth generation copy was finally available as "The Return Of The Sons Of Nothing" on CD. Although an nth gen copy it became still famous for its great sound quality and extraordinary performance. To be honest, these are by far my favourite live versions of these three songs. The third track on that CD was named "Looking Through The Knotholes In Grannys Wooden Leg" because Roger announced "Echoes" that way.

"In 1998, the owner of the master reel decided to newly transfer the master tape to his computer and create a better version. In fact, he decided to also fix some problems, especially some whistling and shouting of the crowd. You may decide for yourself if you like that or not. Most notably the whistling guy at the start of "One Of These Days" is missing. Nevertheless, this recording is even superior to the already great "Return Of The Sons Of Nothing". Although the show is incomplete, this is definitely a must have." Ex AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Last Day In Germany [Digital Floyd Archives 2CD] live in Frankfurt Nov 17 1972. Ex AUD.

Pink Floyd - The Devil's Inside [Furry Animal FAO19 2CD Torrent #93342] live at Palais des Expositions, Poitiers, France, Nov 29, 1972 on tour and playing DSOTM. "This show is one of the few French concerts from winter 1972, in terms of length probably the shortest concerts ever for Pink Floyd (if we don't consider short festival appearances). At that point in this European Winter Tour, Pink Floyd was near the end of a marathon touring year with 85 gigs played to date: two UK tours, two US tours, two European tours and even a series of concerts in Japan. Though this was the 79th and a half time they played the Dark Side of The Moon suite (including the aborted premiere in Brighton on January 20th) and though most of the album was already recorded, Dark Side was still undergoing some changes. Remember the album was not yet released, testify the friend of the taper asking during the set to the taper what the names of the songs were. "They're all unreleased!"

Typical of the 1972 performances, On The Run is still a nice guitar jam. What was previously entitled "The Mortality Sequence" began to sound allmost like the definitive Great Gig In The Sky. That fantastic piano composition of mr. Wright was still lacking the now famous vocals and included a more heavy sounding chorus portion. Since the band wasn't touring with backing vocalists or saxophonist Dick Parry, as for Great Gig in The Sky, Money and Us & Them sound rougher than the definitive versions. David Gilmour and Richard Wright deliver fantastic work to fill in the vocal and sax parts with their respective instruments. Particularly Wright seems to have fun playing with a wah-wah pedal effect on his organ for the Money solo.

The second set is not less typical for this tour, though it consists of older songs, familiar to the audience which sounds a little more receptive. First comes One of These Days, then Careful with That Axe, Eugene, one of the 5 or 6 known versions with Roger's Pictish rant, making the tune even more scary and mysterious before the culminating point of the climax. I surely would have shivered if I was there. As usually, the audience keeps asking for Echoes, Pink Floyd's masterpiece at that time. And that's just what they get! Nothing less than a 22 minutes long encore.

Performance-wise, it shows the band was a little tired. Here and there you'll spot some errors, especially during Echoes. Once Nick changes pattern a few bars too early, another time it's Dave who sounds a bit lost in his solo. Dark Side also sounds a bit too mechanical at times. Still we can't call this a weak show, but just not one of the most memorable.

Though the audience behaves most of the time, they are a little bit more noisy than usual. Nothing compared to the typical American crowd, but all that whistling between songs becomes a little annoying towards the end. Another source of noise are the taper and his friends. Not enough of the many interferences due to the equipment, you'll easily notice they are drinking wine from the bottle throughout the show. One of the guys in particular is very jovial "Il y a encore du rouge?" (Is there some red wine left?) ; "Assis bande de cons!" (Sit down bunch of morons) etc." VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Remembrance Of Things Past [Highland 1CD] live at Palais Des Sports de l-lle de la Jatte, Saint-Ouen, France, Dec 1 1972. VG+ to Ex- FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - Harsh Realities 1972: RESTORED VERSION of RTL tape (Heywood / eckoes 2011 2CD tradersden 108417) live at Centre Sportif de l'Ile des Vannes, Saint-Ouen, France, Dec 1, 1972. Original source is an AM mono RTL radio broadcast. "In 1972, RTL was one of the most popular radio station in Europe. Despite having their studio in France (they were the intended audience), they had an insanely powerful transmitter in Luxembourg to overcome the French legislation that banned private broadcasting at the time. Because of this, they could be heard all over Western Europe, even in Scotland during beautiful days. At the time, Pink Floyd were very popular in France. They knew it and toured extensively there. It's nonetheless quite surprising that the band agreed to broadcast live one of their shows from there because they only dealt with the BBC for this before and after this show. Well, if you consider that RTL was sponsoring 9 of their concerts in French-speaking Europe at the time, its not that surprising; maybe it was part of the deal. The show we're talking here is the second from those 9 dates (the original poster for this mini-tour is included in this package). It's their last live broadcast on any media 'til the 1989 Venice TV show (one of their shows was recorded in November 1974, but was edited prior to broadcasting many months later).""Childhood's End" make its live debut in this show. It was played sometimes that month and at a few show in March 1973 before disappearing completly from their setlist. They played an entire proto "Dark Side Of The Moon" live on the airwaves, almost 4 months before its release. One can hear that "The Mortality Sequence" is on its way to become "The Great Gig In The Sky", "The Travel Sequence" jam is still there and that some arrangements are not quite finished. "Many recordings exists from this concert, every single one of them is incomplete. The most complete (and luckily the best sounding) source available is a 1st gen copy of an analogue tape recording, transferred to DAT and then recorded on a computer at 16-bit and 48kHz. Yeah, that's right, there's no direct recording of the broadcast available and no complete tapes exists too. Sad but true. This specific source is phase shifted, suffers from a lot of dropouts and tape cuts (due to this source being a copy of a recording), and is plagued with hiss and background hum. And that's not all: the tape ran a little too fast." VG AM mono simulated into stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Brussels Affair [Sigma 66 2CD] live at Forest National, Brussels, Belgium, Dec 5, 1972. This is the gig where the tape at the start of Speak To Me falters. This is the '72 tour where Pink Floyd played the entire Dark Side Of The Moon on CD1. VG+ AUD stereo. Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark.

Pink Floyd - Studio Outtakes [no label 1CD Torrent: 70373] Sessions for Dark Side Of The Moon recorded at Abbey Road, London, June & November 1972. It is probable that Tks 1, 6 & 7 are the same recordings heard on the DVD Live At Pompeii. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - In a Neutral Land [Men Of Leisure Music 2CD Torrent: 153007] live at Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland Dec 9, 1972. "This is speed-corrected and de-hissed, with some boosting having been done to the upper sound range. This is a complete concert, and includes 'Childhood's End', which is missing from other versions of this great concert." VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - "The Dark Side of the Moon" Collector's Edition [no label 2CD] disc one: quadraphonic tracks, disc two: alternative remix. The source for disc 2 may be an acetate and includes bits of the officially released VHS Live At Pompeii. Ex- to Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Shedding Light On The Dark Side Of The Moon [Zolcaro 1CD] This is a fan mix of Pink Floyd’s official album. He has also mixed The Wall. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Childhood’s End [Digital Floyd 2CD] live International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Mar 7, 1973. Audience recording with rare performance of Childhood’s End.

Pink Floyd - Chicago 1973 Audience (no label, 2CD yeeshkul 35324) live at the International Amphitheatre, Chicago, Illinois; March 7, 1973. "This recording is often overlooked but is in fact one of the best sounding 1973 shows and, of course, it includes a rather nice version of Childhood's End. The taper stopped his machine between songs making it easy for me to divide the music up into the individual tracks." - Roscoe59 cassette / Neonknight tape transfer, June 2015. VG AUD stereo. TT: 01:52:16. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Yeeshekul! Master Tape [no label 2CD] live at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto Canada, Mar 11 1973. VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Boston Music Hall 1973 [no label 2CD] live in Boston, Mar 14 1973. GD AUD from master cassette. A Joe Maloney recording. Distributed in 2005.

Pink Floyd - The Great Gig In The Sky [Silent Sea SSR 41925 1CD yeeshkul 95664] This 2009 bootleg takes the old From The Other Side and Studio Outtakes boots to construct an early vision of Dark Side Of The Moon. This CD also uses live tracks from the UK 1972 tour to illustrate the early versions of the DSOTM tracks. Ex- to Ex SBD/AUD stereo.

Dark Side Of Radio City [Pigs On The Wing 2CD] - Live Radio City, Mar 17 1973 + 2 songs Paris 1968. Audience
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Pink Floyd - Waterbury 1973 [WojTek 4CD] complete show at The Palace Theatre, Waterbury on Mar 18 1973. CD1 and 2 taken from audience recording Ex-. CD3 and 4 taken from a different audience recording VG+, a bit muddy.

Pink Floyd - Live for a Friend [Ganja Records 1CD Torrent: 59002] live in London, England, May 11 1973. The Benefit Concert for Robert Wyatt who fell from a window and was paralysed. Includes two studio tracks Brain Damage and Us and Then (Richard Wright piano solo). VG+ AUD stereo.

PINK FLOYD - 2CD 05/19/73 Supine in the Sunshine / Earls Court Exhibition Hall, Earls Court, London, England

Pink Floyd - Obscured At the Rainbow [Triangle 1CD] Nov 4, 1973, 2nd show. Ex AUD

Pink Floyd - Paranoid Delusions [Digital Floyd 2CD] live at Olympiahalle, Munich, West Germany Oct 12 1973. Ex AUD. Includes Obscured By Clouds/When You're In.

Pink Floyd - Live At The Rainbow [Highland HL226 1CD] live Finsbury Park, London, Nov 4 1973 [2nd show]. This is the same show as Obscured At The Rainbow [Triangle 1CD]. Last track has crackling noise. Ex AUD.

Random Precision [Great Dane 2CD] - Live Nassau Coliseum, New York, June 16 1974 Audience

Pink Floyd - 1CD 06/22/74 Parc Des Expositions Colmar, France

Pink Floyd - 11/15/74, Wembley London, "Black Holes In The Sky"Harvested , 2CDR

Pink Floyd - Strange One 1974 [no label 1CD Torrent #79975] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, Nov 15, 1974. Echoes is from Nov 16. "This is more than a Stange One. First of all tis was supposed to be from 11-16 whereas it's really 11-15, which is a great surprise. The origin of this recording is unknown so far, any guess could be right, this can be either something recorded from the stage or more probably some sorta BBC test?? Any info about it? I do ignore if this is the complete recording from this source too. Drums + bass are clearly audible whereas the other instruments are in the back. The last track is Echoes from 11-16 (BBC recording) probably the source used by Sirene for his 11-16 release. Some processing trick have been used unfortunately, but the sound quality wasn't compromised so much."
More info here http://xoomer.virgilio.it/saravidoniguidoni/roiodetails/74/ROIO_1974-11-15_SRC3.htm
Other info: http://pf-db.com/index.php?concert_id=16&bootleg_id=510
Ex- SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - How Time Flies [Rover Records 2CD dime 206915] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, Nov 15, 1974. Familiar show but taken from a newly discovered audience recording. VG+ AUD stereo. A 2008 release. Wrongly labelled Nov 14 on cover art.

Pink Floyd - Time In London: 30th Anniversary Edition [The Swingin' Pig 1CD] this is the famous BBC broadcast of the Nov 16, 1974 show at Wembley Stadium, remastered again in 2004. The Pig says he cleaned the pre-FM master, corrected the speed and equalized the sound. It includes the missing Echoes track to make this an almost 80 min disc. Ex SBD

Brain Damage [The Swingin' Pig] - Live Wembley, London, Nov 16 1974. The famous Winter Tour. Does not include Wish You Were Here preview tracks.
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Pink Floyd - Pre-FM Master 1974 [no label 1CD] live Wembley Arena, London, Nov 16 1974. This is the BBC recording minus the last track, Echoes, which was not broadcast. Supposed to be best quality. Ex SBD.

Brain Damaged Empire [Highland 1CD] - Live Wembley, London, Nov 16 1974. This is the BBC radio version taken from the original source. The opening is not edited/censored. The radio show censored the original talking at the beginning because of some four-letter words. I also have a bonus second CD with the ommitted song Echoes that BBC did not air.

Money [Flashback 2CD] - Live Wembley, London, Nov 16 1974. The famous Winter Tour where Wish You Were Here was previewed with bits of Animals. This is audience recording with the Wish You Were Here segment.
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Pink Floyd - Completely Brain Damaged Vol 3 [Digital Reproductions 2CD] Nov 16. 1974 Wembley, London. VG Audience

Black Holes In The Sky [Great Dane 2CD] - Live Wembley, London, Nov 16 1974. The famous Winter Tour where Wish You Were Here was previewed with bits of Animals.

Pink Floyd - No Room Upon The Hill [no label 2CD] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, Nov 16 1974 during the Pink Floyd's Winter Tour where the highlight was the still unreleased Shine On You Crazy Diamond. This is the complete show. Ex- AUD stereo. This is taken from the taper's master tapes.

Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon-Live (User Friendly Version) [no label 1CD bootcity: 29578] exact venue and date uncertain. A guess is it may be the Nov 16, 1974 show at Wembley. Ex SBD stereo. Some clicks and pops from vinyl source.

Pink Floyd - Live at Wembley Nov 16, 1974: RUSSIAN SOURCE [no label 1CD Traders Den: 18729] live at Wembley Arena, London, November 16, 1974. Liberated Russian bootleg remastered by Pink Robert. Includes "I've been mad for f**kin' years". Ex pre-FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - BBC Completely Revisited: Winston Remaster [Winston 2CD Traders Den 19071] live at Wembley, London, England, Nov 16, 1974. This is an audience and pre-FM merge. The first half of the concert with the Wish You Were Here tracks are taken from audience recording. The rest are from the pre-FM BBC tapes. Ex AUD/SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - We Meet Again: Wembley Nov 16, 1974 Matrix [no label 1CD Torrent: 174045] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, UK, Nov 16, 1974. A 3 Source Mix - SBD + AUD1 + AUD2 Matrix Mix (60%/SBD + 25%/AUD1 + 15%/AUD2). Ex AUD/SBD stereo. The audience tape here is quite overwhelming.

Pink Floyd - Wembley, Nov 16, 1974: Emperor Nobody Rematrix/Remaster [no label 1CD Torrent: 177707] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, UK, Nov 16, 1974. This uses the 3-source matrix of aud and pre-FM source plus the Harvested remaster of the pre-FM source to offer another version. This time the aud source is lesser with the pre-FM source dominant. Ex AUD/pre-FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - BBC Archives 1974 [Harvested HRV CDR-033 1CD yeeshkul 3637] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, Nov 16, 1974. "The Harvested release originates from a newly discovered unprocessed source, unlike most of the existing ROIOs. This source is probably as close to the BBC pre-FM masters as you can get." Ex pre-FM stereo.

Pink Floyd - BBC Master Nov 16, 1974 [no label 1CD yeeshkul 103144] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, UK, Nov 16, 1974. This is the raw source, not speed-corrected that was used by Harvested for their BBC Archives 1974 disc. Ex SBD stereo. This version has the "I've been mad for fucking years" pushed to the background.

Pink Floyd - Chuckness Remaster Wembley Nov 16, 1974 [no label 2CD yeeshkul 17894] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, Nov 16 1974 during the Pink Floyd's Winter Tour where the highlight was the still unreleased Shine On You Crazy Diamond. "The sources for this remaster were the Haugh 3-source matrix for Set 2 and the No Room Upon The Hill bootleg for Set 1." Chuckness is a professional audio engineer. Ex AUD/SBD stereo. Surfaced in 2008.

Pink Floyd - Getting Better All The Time [Free Range Pigs 3CD] Nov 17, 1974, Wembley, London. VG Audience

Pink Floyd - amazing wembley 11/17/1974 A 3cdr Audience Complete show.

Pink Floyd - Decline & Fall Of The British Empire [Sigma 29 3CD yeeshkul 15384] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England, November 17, 1974. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo. This version is Eqd. Some fans prefer the hiss and higher fidelity of Little Lambs Eat Ivy. This is a new 2009 bootleg release.

Pink Floyd - Little Lambs Eat Ivy [no label 3CD Torrent: 117798] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England, November 17, 1974. "This could very well be the best sounding show from 1974. Sound is a solid EX..." VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo. It’s okay only. 

Pink Floyd - British Winter Tour '74 [MS Records 1CD] live at Trentham Gardens, Stoke, England, Nov 19 1974. This is the famous LP bootleg that was rushed released to introduce Raving And Drooling, Gotta Be Crazy and Shine On You Crazy Diamond, at the time unrecorded. Remastered and cleaned up. Ex AUD

Pink Floyd - British Winter Tour ’74: COMPLETE [WD 2CD] live Nov 19, 1974. CD 1 from vinyl source, CD 2 from rare tape. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Manchester '74 [no label 2CD Bootcity torrent #29149] live at the Palace Theatre, Manchester, England, Dec 9, 1974. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here [Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab 1CD] long out-of-print audiophile CD. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - "Wish You Were Here" quad and deff mix [no label 2CD] Disc one has the front channels and Disc two has the back channels. Played together they form the quad mix. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here: The Extraction Version: 16-44 (creamcheese 1CD tradersden 108856) Vinyl Rip of brand new unplayed LP. Unreleased Versions from 1975. Shine On You Crazy Diamond is played as one piece. The rest of the Wish tracks are offered as demos. Includes the version with Stéphane Grapelli guesting on Wish You Were Here. Ex SBD stereo. Shared Feb 2014 by creamcheese. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here: The Extraction Version: 24-96 hi-resolution (creamcheese 1CD tradersden 108857) Vinyl Rip of brand new unplayed LP. Unreleased Versions from 1975. Shine On You Crazy Diamond is played as one piece. The rest of the Wish tracks are offered as demos. Includes the version with Stéphane Grapelli guesting on Wish You Were Here. Ex SBD stereo. Shared Feb 2014 by creamcheese. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Seattle Coliseum 1975 [no label 2CD] live Apr 10 1975. Gd AUD mono. Described as Ex- quality but not to me.

Pink Floyd - Seattle Coliseum 1975: JEMS MASTER [no label 2CD yeeshkul 19687] live at Seattle Center Coliseum, WA, April 10, 1975. This is an April 2010 digital copy of JEMS master reel. VG+ AUD mono.

Pink Floyd - California Soundboard 1975 (SD75 A1/B1/C1 2CD dime 463230) live at San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA, April 21, 1975. Source is a new 2013 release of a double LP bootleg. Allegedly recorded from the mixing desk ie a soundboard recording. Ex- SBD? stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Mike Millard Tape 1975 [no label 2CD] This is the version as recorded by Mike Millard at the Sports Arena, Los Angeles, on Apr 25 1975. It has been bootlegged many times as, among others, Highland's LA 1975. Ex AUD stereo. The Highland version is complete with Mike Millard's voice check.

Pink Floyd - LA 1975: The Late Great Millard Tapes [Highland 3CD] live at Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, Apr 26 1975. Taken from Mike Millard’s original master tapes. EX AUD.

Pink Floyd - Echoes From The Past (Platinum Edition) [Digital Reproductions DR 42675-4, 2CD dime 339984] live at the Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA; April 26, 1975. This is a Mike Millard audience recording. Ex AUD stereo. Shared at dime by "unknown" in 2011. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - Pandora's Slowing Down [Little Pieces 2CD torrent 129721] live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY, June 16, 1975. This is a compilation of the bootlegs Pandora's Box [too fast]; Random Precision [Great Dane?] and Raving Crazy Diamond Moon [complete show but not as nice sound]. Pandora's Box was slowed down and better bits from the other two boots were added to make this a complete show. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - New York Cass [M]>DAT[6] [no label 2CD] live at Nassau Coliseum, New York, June 17 1975. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Boston Garden Masters 1975 [no label 2CD] live at Boston Gardens, US, June 18 1975. Ex AUD.

Pink Floyd - Boston Gardens 1975: Vol 26 [Dan Lampinski Tapes 2CD dime 278590] live at Boston Gardens, MA, June 18, 1975. Ex AUD stereo. From master tapes. This tape/ version was finally shared in December 2009. Other recordings of this show come from different tapers. For the record, the popular version that has been around for years was taped by Steve Hopkins.

Pink Floyd - Ivor Wynne, Ontario, Canada 1975 [no label 2CD] live at Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton, Canada, June 28 1975. Taken from the taper's master. Distributed by jonsattic. Ex SBD stereo. Supposedly a bit fast. This show has been around on many different boots but this is the master tape.

Pink Floyd - Steel Breeze Rev A [Harvested 013 2CD Torrent: 57322] live at Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, June 28, 1975. "Another outstanding Harvested release. An excellent show from the 1975 tour. Very good sound quality." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Trouble In Knebworth [Remastered] [2CD Torrent: 89626] live at Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire, England, UK, July 5, 1975. Last performance [with Roger Waters] of the integral DSOTM set. VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Extraction Tapes, Vol. 1: The Animals Recording Sessions (no label yeeshkul 32648) recordings made at Britannia Row Studios - June, 1976. Linage: Cassette(?)>LP. The track Pigs On The Wing is not on this Extraction LP but taken from A Tree Full Of Secrets. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY no to MP3.

Pink Floyd - Two Frankfurters 1977 [no label 2CD] live at Festhalle, Frankfurt, Jan 27, 1977 on Animals Tour. Gd AUD mono. Another show described as very good but not.

Pink Floyd - Animals From The Soundboard [no label 1CD] live at Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany, Jan 29 1977. Incomplete show. Ex- SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Pig [ 1CD ZOMB 3686] Tracks 1-2: live at Deutschlandhalle, West Berlin, West Germany Jan 29, 1977. Tracks 3-5: live at Stadhalle, Vienna, Austria Feb 1, 1977. This is a soundboard recording from two shows on the Animals tour. Ex- SBD stereo. Sound is a bit rough.

Pink Floyd - Bright Knives 2CD 02.04.77 MOLM

Pink Floyd - Pavillion de Pigs [FRP 02829 2CD Torrent: 55362] live at Pavillion de Paris, Porte de Pantin, Paris, France, February 22, 1977. FRP is Free Range Pigs, a fan collective. VG+ to Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Munich 1977 [WojTek's 2CD Torrent: 56897] live at Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany, Feb 27, 1977 during Animals Tour. VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Animals On Empire [Godfather Records 2CD yeeshkul 116979] live at Empire Pool, Wembley, March 18, 1977. VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Livestock Market: Pigs And Sheeps [Godfather Records GR625/626 2CD yeeshkul 151331] live at New Bingley Hall, Stafford, UK, March 30, 1977. Ex- AUD stereo. This is likely sourced from fat old pigs original torrent of Feb 2011 at yeeshkul. This was released March 2011 by Godfather.

Pink Floyd - Iron Pigs On Fire [no label 2CD] live Tarrant County Convention Centre, Ft Worth, Texas, May 1 1977. VG Aud.

Pink Floyd - "Iron Pigs On Fire" [T-700 2CD Torrent: 85538] live at Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas, May 1, 1977. "This is the first and only digital transfer ever made from the original analog cassette tapes." Ex- AUD stereo. One of the best, if not THE BEST, recordings from this tour.

Pink Floyd - mr. pig May 9 1977 A 2cdr Audience

Pink Floyd - Animal Instincts [Harvested 014 2CD Bootcity 3196] live at Oakland Coliseum, May 9, 1977 on Animals Tour. This remaster is reputed to be better than the source audience master tape. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Oakland 1977: Original Master Mike Millard Tape [no label 2CD] live at Oakland Coliseum, Los Angeles, May 9 1977 on Animals Tour. Ex- AUD stereo. Better than Animal Instincts and Mr Pig.

Pink Floyd - Welcome To The Machine: Live in Oakland 1977 [Cannonball 2CD yeeshkul 8359] live at Alameda Coliseum, Oakland, CA, May 9, 1977.  "This concert has the distinction of being one of the best recorded from Pink Floyd's In The Flesh 1977 US tour. The clarity and balance makes it possible to hear every note played perfectly and even the giggles between Roger Waters and David Gilmour in "Have A Cigar"." Ex AUD stereo. 2007 or 2008 release?

Pink Floyd - Who Was Trained Not To Spit On The Fan [Harvested 023 2CD Torrent: 62548] live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Canada June 7, 1977, Animals Tour. The famous show where Roger Waters invites a fan on stage and spits at him then throws him back into the crowd. Ex AUD stereo.

>From http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/general/montreal77.html, one concert goer's account of what happened: "Pigs (3 Different Ones): ... As the song wound down, and they were doing a quiet vamp, Roger became... demonic. He called into the audience and pointed at a kid somewhere off to my right - just in front of him. He called the kid up to the stage, like you would a dog. "C'mon boy... come back... all is forgiven... just a bit further... there's a good boy..." I could see an exuberant teenager climb over the barricade and with the help of a roadie, he was lifted up to the edge of the stage. I'm sure he thought he was going to meet his idol... until Mr. Waters let fly with a wad of spit that was as remarkable for its volume as it was for its accuracy. "Sch-plaugh" - right in the kid's face! Dazed, the kid was tossed, like garbage, back over the bars into the darkness."

Pink Floyd - Cleveland Ohio 1977 [no label 2CD] live at Municipal Stadium, June 25 1977, Animals Tour. VG AUD

Pink Floyd - Boredom And Pain [Sirene 159 2CD demonoid 2982109] live at Boston Garden, Boston, MA, June 27, 1977, Animals tour. This is the third version of this show on commercial bootleg. Previous titles include Ayanami's The Perfect Day CD-R and Cannonball's silver disc bootleg. VG+ AUD stereo. There are two cuts in this recording which uses the "Hopkins" tape. This was released in 2006. An alternate recording was made by Dan Lampinski.

Pink Floyd - Gravy Train [no label 1CD] live at Madison Sq Garden, New York, July 2 1977. Ex- AUD stereo. This is taken from the DAT master and features only the second half of the show. The taper recorded the entire show but only this portion is very clear as he changed position.

Pink Floyd - Prog King [Sirene-099 2CD Torrent: 85509] live at Madison Square Garden, New York, July 2, 1977. "An excellent show from the tail end of the 1977 Animals tour (second MSG show). Nice and clear. Some level fluctuations during song transitions. Small cut around 2:00 into "Us and Them". According to the person who traded this to me, this is supposedly a speed-corrected version of IN THE GRASSLANDS AWAY, redone and released by Sirene." - Spectre. Ex- AUD stereo. FULL SHOW.

Pink Floyd - Madison Square Garden July 2, 1977: MOTB Audiophile Edition 24/96 [MOTB 1DVD-R yeeshkul 169280] This is an audio DVD. Live at Madison Square Garden, NY, July 2, 1977. Released on the internet in October 2011. Taper is Louis Falanga. From master cassette. Ex- AUD stereo. The legendary MSG show identified and improved. This is a high definition audio DVD release.

Pink Floyd - Sheep Independence Day [no label 2CD hungercity 1865] live at Madison Square Garden, New York, July 4, 1977. Ex- AUD stereo. Some loud clapping and mic bumps.

Pink Floyd - the end of animals 7/6/1977 A- 2cdr Audience

Pink Floyd - Montreal 1977 [no label 2CD] live at Stade Du Parc Olympique, Montreal, Quebec, July 6 1977 on Animals Tour. Master tape obtained from taper by JonsAttic. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Roar Ends [Sirene 3CD mindwarp 1026] live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 6, 1977. This is the infamous show when Roger spits on a fan also known as The End of The Animals Tour. Ex AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - All Is Forgiven 1977 [DTS 2CD Yeeshkul 73713] live at Montreal Olympic Stadium, Quebec, Canada, July 6, 1977, final show of Animals Tour. This is a six source mix in DTS surround. Recorder 1 is rear channel; recorder 2 is front channel. Ex- AUD surround. This is a DTS CD that must be played on DVD players with DTS output or CD players with DTS output.

Pink Floyd - From The Other Side [Golden Memories 1CD] three ultra rare alternative versions of Time, Brain Damage and Us And Them. Ex SBD stereo


THE ‘80s AND BEYOND

Pink Floyd - The Wall Original Film Sessions [no label 2CD Bootcity 3722] Said to be sessions in January 1980 for the Wall movie. But sounds like it was lifted from an early laser disc of the movie. Ex SBD stereo with some hiss.

Pink Floyd - The Wall [S.T.O.H. Production 2CD] The entire film soundtrack on CD and "remastered" plus bonus tracks of 7-inch versions and audio of the film's trailer. Ex SBD stereo. The complete film soundtrack has never been officially issued on CD. A "S.T.O.H." Prod

Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Bricks [S.T.O.H. Production 2CD] The wall demos remastered. CD1 is The Wall second demos recorded at Brittannia Row Studios, London Sept-Dec 1978 and late 1979 and Super Bear Studios in France Apr-August 1979. CD2 is Off The Wall, a white label promo LP with different edits and endings. A "S.T.O.H." Prod. Dropout on Tk 7 at 1.44m

Pink Floyd - Under Construction [no label 1CD] unused early versions and rough mixes of The Wall recorded Autumn of 1978 at Britannia Row Studios. This purports to be the "second" demo of The Wall with the participation of the band and producer Bob Ezrin. Contains different lyrics in some songs. The same as Roaring Mouse version Building The Wall. Ex SBD stereo. Dropout on Tk 7 at 1.44m

Pink Floyd - The Wall Demo's Reconstructed [Nitehawks 1CD Torrent: 117077] "I've re-sorted the order of The Wall under Construction demo's and tracked them in the same way as the commercial release. I cleaned up some tracks removing clicks and pops. Also removed some hiss and leveled all the tracks. I've also done some copy and pasting on 'In the flesh' & 'Comfortably Numb' to replace drop offs and also removed a bad bass guitar feedback on Thin Ice." Ex SBD stereo. This is a fan compilation.

[For detailed info on all The Wall shows go to http://roio.iscool.net/]

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Pt 1: Young Lust [Wallweeds 2CD] first of multi-part reissue of all The Wall live concerts. This is at Sports Arena, Exposition Park, LA, California, Feb 7 1980. VG AUD MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Pt 2: Mother [Wallweeds 2CD] Pt 2 of all the Wall live shows. Live at Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, Feb 8 1980. VG GD AUD MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall, February 8, 1980 [MoLM 2CD Torrent: 70524] live at Los Angeles Sports Arena, 2nd performance of the tour. Second night of seven scheduled performances. "First of the seven Wall show ROIOs re-released as "THE DEFINITIVE WALL SERIES" in early 2001 by Man of Leisure Music (MoLM) [www.flupe.com] These seven shows were chosen because of their high quality, unique features and, at the time, very low circulation." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Pt 3: Vera [WallWeeds 2CD] Pt 3 of collection of all Wall shows. Live Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, Feb 9 1980. VG- AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Pt 4: Bring The Boys Home [Wallweeds 2CD] live Sports Arena, Exposition Park, LA, California, Feb 10 1980. VG GD AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Pt 5: Power [WallWeeds 2CD] live Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, Feb 12, 1980. VG AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Pt 6: In The Flesh [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, Feb 13 1980. VG+ AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 7 [WallWeeds 2CD] Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, Feb 24 1980. VG+ AUD STEREO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 8 [WallWeeds 2CD] Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, Feb 25 1980. VG AUD MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 9 [WallWeeds 2CD] Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, Feb 26 1980. VG+ AUD MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Feb 26 1980 [no label 2CD] a WallWeeds extra of the Nassau Coliseum show taken from a 1st generation audience tape. It gets better as the show continues. VG+ - Ex AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 10 [WallWeeds 2CD] Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, Feb 27 1980. VG+ - EX- AUD MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 11 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, Feb 28 1980. EX AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live Feb 28 1980 [no label 2CD] this show is taken from the master audience tape. Live at Nassau Coliseum. Ex AUD stereo

Pink Floyd - Brick By Brick: Disc Three Only [no label 1CD Torrent: 117633] Rehearsals recorded on or around Feb 28, 1980 at Nassau Coliseum, NY. "The rehearsals are interesting as you can hear the tension between the members of a band on the verge of breaking up." Ex SBD? stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 12 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London. Aug 4 1980. VG AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 13 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London. Aug 5 1980. VG AUD. MONO

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 14 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London, Aug 6 1980. EX AUD. STEREO

Pink Floyd - Bars In The Window [no label 2CD Traders Den 12268] live at Earls Court, London, England, Aug 6 1980. Source recorder's master cassettes. Ex AUD stereo. One of the best of The Wall shows.

Pink Floyd - Bars In The Window [Furry Animal FA005 2CD Torrent: 120055] live at Earl's Court, London, England, August 6th 1980. "This beauty comes directly from the master tapes, while the MoLM release is an FM Broadcast of a 1st gen. This was obtained directly from the taper, and it's a remaster of his master tapes (made by himself), but whatever he did, it sounds wonderful." Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Show Must Go On: The Wall Aug 6 1980 [MoLM 2CD] this audience recording from Earls Court, London was broadcast on FM radio Aug 5 2004, WRPI. Ex AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 15 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London, Aug 7 1980. Ex AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 16 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London, Aug 8 1980. VG- AUD.

Pink Floyd - The Live Wall: Pt 17 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London, Aug 9 1980. VG+ SBD from a video source. Stereo

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 18 [WallWeeds 2CD] live Feb 13 1981, Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany. VG AUD.

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 19 [WallWeeds 2CD] live Feb 14 1981, Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany. VG+ AUD.

Pink Floyd - Tear Down The Wall 1981 [Zeus 2CD] live at Westfalenhall, Dortmund Germany, Feb 14 1981. VG+ AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 20 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany, Feb 15 1981. Gd AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 21 [WallWeeds 2CD] live in Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany, Feb 16 1981. VG AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 22 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany, Feb 17 1981. VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - - The Wall Live: Pt 23 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany, Feb 18 1981. VG+ AUD mono.

Pink Floyd - Between A Wall And A Hard Place [PRRP031 2CD Torrent: 96452] live at Westfalenhalle, Dortmond, Germany, Feb 18, 1981. A Progressive Rock Re-Master Project [PRRP]. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 24 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, Germany, Feb 19 1981. VG AUD stereo

Pink Floyd - The Wall Dortmund 1981 [no label 2CD Torrent: 70860] live in Dortmund, Germany, Feb 19, 1981. New audience tape source. Known defects are 5 sec missing before "Hey You" and 14 sec before "Show must go on. "I know there are other sources from this date that exist, but I have never listened to them, so I have nothing to go by as far as how this recording stacks up to the other ones. BUT, I must say that it is very nice for an audience recording. I have listened the 1980 LA shows, and to my ears this recording is far superior with a fuller sound. The tapers location must have been in the sweet spot." VG+ AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 25 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Westfalenhalle Dortmund, Germany, Feb 20 1981. VG AUD stereo

Pink Floyd - Dortmund 1981 [no label 2CD dime 197959] live at Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, Germany, Feb 20, 1981. Sourced from EX+ 1st gen audience tape. Ex- AUD stereo. TT: 1:53:31

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 26 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earl's Court, London, June 13 1981. Final leg. VG- AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 27 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earls Court, London, June 14 1981. VG AUD stereo

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 28 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earl's Court, London, June 15 1981. VG AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 29 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earl's Court, London, June 16 1981. VG AUD

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live: Pt 30 [WallWeeds 2CD] live at Earl's Court, London, June 17 1981. VG+ AUD Final performance of The Wall.

Pink Floyd - The Wall June 17 1981 [MoLm ReMaster 2CD] live at Earl's Court, London, June 17 1981. Ex AUD mono.

Pink Floyd - The Handwriting On The Wall [Molm 2CD yeeshkul 63508] live at Earls Court, June 17, 1981, recorder 3. Ex- AUD stereo. Mastered by Danalog, Sept 2005.

Pink Floyd - WallPower, Nassau Coliseum [no label 2CD] live Feb 28 1980. Complete show. Ex Aud.

Building The Wall [Roaring Mouse] - Roger Waters' demos for The Wall.

Pink Floyd: The Film [no label] - the film soundtrack to The Wall.

Pink Floyd - The Lost New York Tapes [Free Range Pigs 2CD] Live at Madison Square Gardens, Oct 7 1987. The taper lost the tapes till 2001 when FRP released it. VG++ AUD stereo. Noisy audience, vocals are trebly.

Pink Floyd - Orange Bowl 1987 [no label 2CD] live at Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida, Nov 1, 1987. Lineup: Pink Floyd with Richard Wright, Jon Carin, Scott Page, Guy Pratt, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis, Rachel Fury, Margaret Taylor, Durga McBroom, Lorelei McBroom, and Roberta Freeman. Ex SBD stereo. Recently circulated in early 2007.

Pink Floyd (no Roger show) - Melbourne 1988 (no label 2CD dime 497586) live at Tennis Center, Melbourne, Australia, February 19, 1988, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason Tour without Roger Waters. "what I am uploading is the true original release of this date/recording." - Fat Old Sun, July 2005. Ex SBD stereo. TT: 129:46m. DATA FILE ONLY. NO TO MP3

Pink Floyd - Live In Venezia 1989 [MOB Remaster 2CD Torrent: 146636] live at The Grand Canal, Venice, Italy, July 15, 1989. Merge of German Stereo FM Broadcast + TV Broadcast. Ex FM/TV stereo.

Pink Floyd - Knebworth: Of Promises Broken [HRV 006 1CD] live at Knebworth, June 30, 1990. Ex SBD.

Pink Floyd - Just Warmin' Up (The Reherseals in Tampa) [no label 1CD Torrent: 116502] Recorded live on May 5, 1994 at the Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL, during the Soundcheck Rehearsals. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - A Passage Of Time, Torino 1994 [no label 2CD]live at Stadio delle Alpi, Torino, Italy, Sept 13, 1994. Ex SBD stereo. Digital Reproductions released this as A Passage Of Time. My copy is unidentified from trade.

Pink Floyd - "P*3" [no label 1CD]compiled by fan John Chrisman. Tracks from the 1994 Division Bell tour that are not on the official release, Pulse. Ex- AUD stereo.

Pink Floyd - When Pigs Fly Again: Live 8 2005 [no label 1CD] live at Hyde Park, London, UK, July 2, 2005. Broadcast BBC2. Ex FM stereo. 22m 45 secs.

Pink Floyd - Another Cut: The Final Cut Remix [no label 1CD demonoid 1819216] fan project with The Final Cut album and the two tracks from the single added to complete the album. The single is the Music From The Wall tracks When The Tigers Broke Free and Bring The Boys Back Home. Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - BBC Radio Show: The Record Producers 2011 [no label 2CD Yeeshkul 168306] To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Dark Side Of The Moon, EMI started a reissue campaign Why Pink Floyd? Releasing remastered versions of their entire catalog in September 2011. To coincide with the festivities, BBC broadcast Pink Floyd shows. The Record Producers was b'cast Oct 7, 2011 and looked at the work of Pink Floyd. Ex digital broadcast stereo. BBC 6 Music is digital only station with lossy broadcasts in MP2 format.

Pink Floyd and Tom Stoppard - Darkside: A Play 2013 (no label 1CD yeeshkul 31577) A play for radio by Sir Tom Stoppard incorporating The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd, first broadcast on August 26, 2013. BBC Radio 2 iPlayer Radio. "A new drama from legendary playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon." "After demuxing the TS, I bloated the MP2 to a 16bit 48kHz flac in Audacity so I could trim the ends without increasing the sound quality loss through additional resampling." - Neonknight. Ex iPlayer stereo. TT: 55:28m. DATA FILE ONLY



Dave Gilmour - Joker's Wild EP 1965 [no label 1CD] Gilmour's first band recorded at Regent Sound Recordings. All cover versions of pop songs eg Why Do Fools Fall In Love. Taken from vinyl. Ex SBD

David Gilmour - Jonathan Ross Show & Live In Concert BBC 2006 [no label 2CD Torrent: 86257] CD1 Jonathan Ross Show Interview and Acoustic performance with Phil Manzanera. Taken from FM Broadcast BBC Radio 2, March 4 2006. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/shows/ross

CD2 live at Mermaid Theatre, London, March 7, 2006. Taken from FM Broadcast BBC Radio 2, March 11, 2006. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/events/davidgilmour/
http://www.pinkfloydz.com/dgLondonMermaidTheatre.htm
Ex FM stereo.

David Gilmour with Crosby & Nash - "On Manhattan Island" [PinkRoioShn 2CD Torrent: 90288] live at Radio City Music Hall, NYC, April 04, 2006, U.S. premiere of On An Island Tour. THIS IS RECORDER 1 version, Orchestra Row G Seat 707. Recorded, Extracted and Edited by danlynch 2006-04-04. Crosby & Nash guest on four tracks. Ex AUD stereo.

David Gilmour - An Island In The Bridgewater Canal [no label 3CD Torrent #97309] live at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, May 26, 2006. "Recorded from Row N directly in front of the right hand PA using Sony PCM-M1 DAT with AT831s Series Microphones through a Low-Z to Hi-Z Input Transformer." With Graham Nash and David Crosby. Ex- AUD stereo. A DAT recording.

David Gilmour - Royal Albert Hall 2006 [no label 2CD zomb 6422] live in London, England, May 29, 2006. Ex- AUD stereo.

David Gilmour - In Gdansk, Poland 2006 [no label 1CD Torrent: 117120] live at 26th Anniversary of 'Solidarnosc' - 'Space of Freedom', Aug 26, 2006 Gdansk, Poland. Only 4 titles were broadcast in August 26, September 20, September 21 and September 22 on Polish radio 'Trojka'. Lineup: David Gilmour - g, voc; Richard Wright - keyb; Phil Manzanera - g, voc; Guy Pratt - bass; Jon Carin - keyb; Steve Di Stanislao - dr; Dick Parry - sax; also Polish baltic philharmony orchestra with Leszek Mozdzer on piano. Ex FM stereo.

David Gilmour - Royal Albert Hall, London, 2015 Audience (no label 2CD dime 541258) live at Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, September 25, 2015. Recorded on location (Section Circle R, Row 3) by inu-liger. Ex- AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

David Gilmour - Live in London, 2015 Audience (An EBR Recording 3CD piratebay 12528686) live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, Oct 3, 2015. Recorded from the audience by Leadville200. VG AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Roger Waters - The Final Cutting: A PreRequiem For The PostWar Dream [Free Range Pigs 1CD] demos for the Final Cut. Speed corrected from 37:36m FRP version to 44:14m correct speed. VG SBD.

Roger Waters with Eric Clapton - Scapegoat [Mid Valley 2CD of 4CD set] live at Earls Court, London, June 22 1984 during Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking Tour. I am missing the show on June 21 that completes this set. Ex- AUD stereo.

Roger Waters - Radio City Or Bust [HRV 019 2CD] live at Radio City Music Hall, New York, Mar 28 1985 and broadcast live on Westwood 1, Radio Kaos Tour. Ex FM

Roger Waters - Radio City Music Hall [DoinkerTape 2CD dime 248395] live at Radio City Music Hall, New York, Mar 28 1985 and broadcast live on Westwood 1, Radio Kaos Tour. This version was taped to reel-to-reel. This is sourced from the master reel. Ex FM stereo. TT 2hrs 15m

Roger Waters - Kaos Creek [HRV 027 2CD] live at Poplar Creek, Illinois, Sept 9 1987, second Radio Kaos Tour[?]. Ex SBD

Roger Waters [Pink Floyd] - KAOS On The Road [Harvested 015 2CD] live Colisee de Quebec, Canada, Nov 7 1987. Radio broadcast Westwood 1. Ex FM

Roger Waters - Wembley 1987 [no label 1CD yeeshkul 59776] live at Wembley Arena, London, Nov 21, 1987 to promote Radio Kaos. Mostly Radio Kaos tracks only. Ex FM stereo. Incomplete show. One dropout in the master.

Roger Waters - The Wall: The London Rehearsals [FRP 32/33 with Harvested 2CD yeeshkul 5663] in London, May 2, 1990. Lineup: The Bleeding Heart Band, Graham Broad, Rick DiFonzo, Andy Fairweather-Low, Nick Glennie-Smith, Snowy White and Peter Wood. Ex SBD stereo.

Roger Waters - Our Last Hurrah [KMJ 3CD] live in Providence, RI, July 16 2000. This was the last night of the In The Flesh tour. Ex AUD stereo.

Roger Waters - The Happiest Night of Our Lives [Comunidad Floydian 3CD tradersden 102656] live at National Stadium, Santiago, Chile, March 5, 2002. Lineup: Roger Waters, P.P. Arnold, Graham Broad, Andy Fairweather-Low, Chester Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Linda Lewis, Norbert Stachel, Andy Wallace, Harry Waters, Snowy White. Ex SBD stereo. Saludos a toda la gente de la Comunidad Floydiana Chilena. NOT THE FM BROADCAST. DATA FILE ONLY.

Roger Waters - Perfect Wall [Flux & Reflux 2CD] In the Flesh World Tour 2002, Live in Buenos Aires, Argentina Mar 7 2002. Excellent sound but radio DJ keeps talking at beginning and ending of songs.

Roger Waters - Osaka 2002 [no label 2CD Torrent: 66111] live at Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan, Mar 25, 2002. Ex AUD stereo. A DAT recording.

Roger Waters - Live in Verona 2006 [no label 2CD Torrent: 99065] live at Arena di Verona, Italy, June 5, 2006. Ex AUD stereo. A DAT AUD Master. Another DaveM99 recording.

Roger Waters - Live At The Humus Field, Israel 2006 [Gong GP002 2CD Torrent #124669] live at Neve Shalom (Oasis of Peace), Israel, June 22, 2006. Sourced from rebroadcast July 11, 2006. Incomplete. "The show was edited by the radio station and is incomplete:
- In The Flesh is missing the beginning.
- Wish You Were Here is edited together with the end of Have A Cigar to the middle of its opening solo.
- Leaving Beirut was left out.
- Sheep was edited with Breathe, no Speak To Me is included. I edited them and made fade in/out to separate the CD's.
- Time was left out. - Another Brick In The Wall is the last song and is missing the end.
- No Vera, Bring The Boys Back Home or Comfortably Numb were broadcast." The sound quality is better than the first broadcast and the DJ chatter was left off on this rebroadcast. Ex FM stereo.

Roger Waters - Dedicated To Syd, My Friend [LDB Master Series #39 1CD Torrent: 103481] live at Piazza Napoleone, Lucca, Tuscany, Italy, July 12, 2006. A Rai Uno live broadcast. First Pink Floyd related show after Syd Barrett's death July 7, 2006. Ex FM stereo.

Roger Waters - Mansfield 2006 [no label 2CD tradersden 26203] live at Tweeter Center, Mansfield, MA, Sept 8, 2006. Ex AUD stereo. Taped by Spyder9. A solid audience recording, no echo.

Roger Waters - A Roger in Manhattan [Pinkroioshn CDR-007 2CD Torrent: 111900] live at Madison Square Garden, New York, Sept 12, 2006. *Roger dedicated Wish You Were Here to the victims and families of 9/11, "the loved ones lost and the families left behind".Taper Dan Lynch. Ex AUD stereo.

Roger Waters - Standing In Mumbai [PRS-CDR-017 2CD Torrent #152932] live at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai, India Feb 18, 2007. EX+ Aud Master

Roger Waters - Lunatics On The Grass [no label 2CD yeeshkul 6325] live Dark Side Of The Moon World Tour at Estadio Nacional, Santiago de Chile, Mar 14, 2007. Ex pre-FM stereo. No annoying DJ chatter.

Roger Waters - Aires Eyes Are Smiling [Pinkroioshn CDR-019 3CD Torrent: 139248] live at River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mar 17, 2007. Broadcast live on 'Kabul' FM 107.9. There is DJ chatter at the beginning and ending of almost all tracks. Recorded by gotta_be_crazy Produced by danlynch. NOTE: "I spent like an hour moving the antenna to the right position, I felt paranoid about it ‘cos you can hear a bit of interference during Speak To Me, but then it disappears, and it's the only moment where you will hear something disturbing." - gotta be crazy. Ex FM stereo.

Roger Waters - "The Dark Side of Manhattan" [Pinkroioshn CDR-022 2CD Torrent: 149789]live at Madison Square Garden New York, NY USA, May 30 2007. Recorded at front of SBD by Dan Lynch. Ex- AUD stereo.

Roger Waters - Live Earth 2007 [no label 1CD Zomb 16863] live at Giants Stadium, New Jersey, July 7, 2007. Lineup: Roger Waters - Vocals, Guitar and Bass; Andy Fairweather Low - Guitar, Vocals; Jon Carin - Keyboards and Vocals; Graham Broad - Drums; Dave Kilminister - Guitar, Vocals; Snowy White - Guitar; Ian Ritchie - Saxophone; Harry Waters - Grand Piano, Hammond Organ; PP Arnold - Vocals; Katie Kissoon - Vocals; Carol Kenyon - Vocals. Ex FM stereo. TT 24.16m

Roger Waters & David Gilmour - Hoping Foundation 2010 [no label 1CD yeeshkul 130792] live at Hoping Foundation Benefit Evening, Kiddington Hall, Oxfordshire, UK, July 10, 2010. VG+ AUD stereo. Audio ripped from mp4 video file. LOSSY NOT FOR TRADE. This is a short 4-track show for a charity. Gilmour makes a surprise appearance.

Roger Waters - The 2010 Wall Tour: The Wall With Secret Nerdsauce [no label 2CD yeeshkul 133570] live in Toronto, Ontaria, Canada, Sept 18, 2010. Listed as "pristine audience recording". Waters performs the entire Wall album. Ex- AUD stereo. Taper: MANY.

Roger Waters - The 2010 Wall Tour: The Wall In Chicago [no label 2CD dime 323393] live at United Center, Chicago, Sept 20, 2010. Waters performs the entire Wall album. Ex- AUD stereo. Taper: ANALOG4011.

Roger Waters - The 2010 Wall Tour: The Wall In Chicago TAPEHEAD2 Version [no label 2CD dime 323507] live at United Center, Chicago, Sept 21, 2010. Waters performs the entire Wall album. Ex- AUD stereo. Taper: Tapehead2. He taped the show with two different recorders. This is VERSION 1 using Schoeps MK4s.

Roger Waters - The 2011 Wall Tour: 02 Arena, London May 12: MOB REMASTER [no label 2CD yeeshkul 25355] live in London, UK, May 12, 2011. Ex- AUD stereo. Recorded and mastered by The Doctor and remastered by MOB.

Roger Waters - The 2011 Wall Tour: 02 Arena, London May 15 [no label 2CD tradersden 91327] live in London, UK, May 15, 2011. Ex- AUD stereo. Recorded by Tapehead2 and shared by djscomics.

Roger Waters - Paranoids In Brisbane: The Wall Live 2012 [no label 2CD tradersden 95915] live at Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, Australia, Feb 2, 2012. Ex- AUD stereo. Recorded by Hammondlord.

Roger Waters - The Wall Live In Melbourne 2012 [no label 2CD yeeshkul 175101] live at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia, Feb 7, 2012. Ex- AUD stereo. Recorded by tonebloke.

Roger Waters - The Wall Live in Italy 2013 (no label 2CD dime 459262) live at Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy,  July 28, 2013. Ex- AUD stereo.TT: 131:19m. Taper: Alessio. It sounds like a soundboard recording. DATA FILE ONLY

Roger Waters - "Enjoy Yourself" in Copenhagen 2013 (no label 2CD dime 461330) live at Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 11, 2013. "Great AUD recording, some whistlers, shouters and talkers. But at least, they did try to keep those outbreaks mostly between the tracks."- sohigh. VG+ AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Roger Waters - Live At Newport Folk Festival 2015, Audience (no label 1CD dime 535899) live at Fort Adams State Park, Newport, RI, July 24, 2015. Recorded by JB and Edited by Kathleen. Roger Waters uses My Morning Jacket as backing band, GE Smith on guitar, and Lucius providing backing vocals. Guest vocalists include Sara Watkins and Amy Helm. The new song Crystal Clear Brooks makes its live debut. VG AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Roger Waters - Flickering Fireworks: The Angry Years Vol 1 [Live Experience 1CD] 72 tracks of Roger swearing live on stage and in the studio. A remarkable work of extreme patience.

Roger Waters - Carry The Stone: A Retrospective 1984-2007 [no label 1CD piratebay 6791596] collects rare tracks from soundtracks, EPs and singles and iTunes. Ex SBD stereo. Compiled and released Nov 2011. NOT FOR TRADE.

Roger Waters - Rarities Vol 1 [no label 1CD yeeshkul 29240] collection of demos, b-sides, extended mixes and live recordings from 1983 to 1992. Ex SBD stereo.

Roger Waters - Rarities Vol. 2 (DFP 1CD yeeshkul 194553) Collection of official and unofficial rarities, b-sides, live and radio sessions. VG - Ex stereo/mono. DATA FILE ONLY.

Roger Waters - Rarities Vol. 3 (DFP 1CD yeeshkul 194631) Collection of official and unofficial rarities, b-sides, live and radio sessions. VG - Ex stereo/mono. DATA FILE ONLY.


COMPILATIONS

Pink Floyd - A Tree Full Of Secrets [Cochon 18CDs] Various studio rarities, group and solo.

[The remix albums were rumoured to be done by The Orb or Underworld. Probably untrue.]

Atom Heart Mother - Trance Remix [no label]

Meddle - Trance Remix [no label]1CD

Wish You Were Here - Trance Remix [no label]1CD

Animals - Trance Remix [no label]1CD

A Momentary Lapse Of Reason - Trance Remix [no label]1CD

Pink Floyd - "Absolutely Ambient" [no label 1CD] Remixes of Echoes, Sheep, ABITW, SOYCD & Time, This is one of the best remix albums! Ex SBD stereo.

Pink Floyd - Secret Rarities Rev A (This Place Records TPR CD 010 1CD piratebay 11278915) Demos & outtakes 1983-1993. This is a revised version from the one I shared previously (in 2008 on JAC and in May 2013 on Yeeshkul!). Tracks are either upgrades compared to previous versions, or new tracks (tracks 2, 11, 13, 14 and 15)... The most significant upgrades are the 4 untitled demos from 1993 (tracks 7 to 10), for which I received unprocessed versions some months ago... This new year will see the 20th anniversary of "The Division Bell" album, so it seems to be a perfect time to share these upgraded and new rarities. - MOB, Jan 1, 2014. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY

Pink Floyd - A New Machine 1987-1990 Compilation [Tenniru Production 2CD Torrent #139858] Fans attempt to make a compilation live album of post-Waters Pink Floyd. Lineup: David Gilmour - Vocals, Lead Guitar; Richard Wright - Vocals, Hammond Organ, Synthesizer; Nick Mason - Drums, plus additional musicians. The tracks were sourced from the following shows: 1987-08-07 Hangar Rehearsels SBD (Echoes only) - Lester B. Pearson International Airport - Toronto - Canada 1987-11-01 Miami - sbd - The Orange Bowl, Florida 1987-11-03 Omnipresent - The Omni - Atlanta - Georgia 1988-02-19 Tennis Center - Melbourne - Australia 1989-07-15 Venice SBD - Grand Canal - Venice - Italy 1990-06-30 Pre-FM Knebworth Festival, Knebworth - England Ex SBD stereo.

Blue Floyd - Blues Exploration Into The Music Of Pink Floyd [no label 3CD] live at The Wetlands, New York, Jan 31 2000. Blue Floyd are Allen Woody, Matt Abts, Marc Ford and Johnny Neel. Ex AUD.


+ + + + +


THE IGGY POP LIST

The Stooges & MC 5 - Soldier Field 1970 [no label 1CD Torrent #101045] live in Chicago, IL, July 18, 1970. Sourced from the CD-R of the master reel-to-reel tape. VG AUD stereo.

The Stooges - 1970: The Complete Funhouse Sessions 7CD out-of-print
http://www.rhinohandmade.com/browse/ProductLink.lasso?Number=7707

Iggy Pop & David Bowie - Rainbow Theatre 1977 [no label 1CD Torrent 99901] live at Rainbow Theatre, London, March 5 or 7?, 1977. VG AUD stereo. Final track has tape warp.

Iggy Pop (on same disc as Os Mutantes) - Agora Ballroom 1977 [no label 1CD dime 264365] live at Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH, March 22, 1977. This has been released on Cleopatra Records. NOT FOR TRADE. TT: 25:54m. Commonly misidentified as Live at the Rainbow, London, March 7, 1977.

Sister Midnight - Iggy Pop [Retropop] - Live Cleveland Ohio Apr 15 1977 + two studio outtakes from France 1976 with David Bowie

Iggy Pop - Rock Around The World Promo LP 1977 (no label 1CD dime 485455) Rare US promotional-only vinyl Radio show released for broadcast the week of 1-7 May, 1977. Features 'Iggy Pop Interview' & 'Iggy Pop with David Bowie - Live'. The live tracks are all from Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, 15.04.1977 (6 songs) and are produced by David Bowie. These tracks have never been officially released. It also contains 2 album songs "1970" by the Stooges and "Sister Midnight" which have been removed here as well as several record ads for other artists. Catalogue No: PROGRAM #143, Air Date: May - 07 - 1977. Digital transfer from Promotional LP (cover scans attached). The Idiot tour band 1977: Iggy Pop: Vocals, Guitar; David Bowie: Keyboards; Ricky Gardiner: Guitar; Tony Sales: Bass and Hunt Sales: Drums. Ex SBD stereo. TT: 39:27m  (total length of promo-LP 59:25 min.). DATA FILE ONLY

Iggy Pop - The Palladium 1977 [no label 1CD dime 337202] live in New York, Oct 6, 1977. From the SKOTF Archive Vol 143. From master cassette. Ex- AUD stereo. Previously uncirculated. First shared Jan 2011.

Nightclubbing - Iggy Pop [Swingin' Pig] - Live San Diego University, Nov 16 1977

Iggy Pop & David Bowie - Iggy And Ziggy Rarities [Rage 1CD] Tks 1-6 Lust For Life-The Idiot Tour 1977. Plus rare versions of their collaborations taken from singles, limited releases and promos. Ex SBD stereo?

Iggy Pop - Old Mule Skinner: The Soldier Demos [no label 1CD Torrent: 97731] live at Rockefield Studios, Wales, UK, Aug 27, 1979. Ex SBD stereo.

A Zombie On Stage - Iggy Pop [Flashback] - Live USA 1982

Iggy Pop - The Steve Jones Demos 1985 [no label 1CD demonoid 2572719] These five demos were recorded with ex-Sex Pistols' Steve Jones in September, 1985. They are also called The Hancock Park Demos. This has since been released officially on Where The Faces Shine Vol 2 [Easy Action boxset]. VG+ to Ex- SBD stereo? Tagged along are New Seekers live at Bad Kreuznach, Germany, Oldies Festival, July 17, 1993 from FM stereo.

Real Wild Child - Iggy Pop [Swingin' Pig 2CD] - Live Volkshaus Zurich, Dec 12 1986

Metalhead - Iggy Pop [KTS] - Live Berlin, Germany Jan 26 1991

Rock Hard - Iggy Pop [KTS] 1-11 live in Phoenix, AZ USA July 17 1994. 12-18 live in New York, July 20 1988. Excellent.

Iggy Pop - Naughty Little Doggie demos [no label 1CD Torrent: 127068] recorded Jan 20, 1995. "These songs were demos for the forth-coming "Naughty Little Doggie" demos. All of the tracks are played acoustic except for Innocent World & Outta My Head. Innocent World, Outta My Head & To Belong have drum machine tracks on them. Very unique and somewhat different as to what was released on the record." - Shakes, Dec 24, 2006. Ex SBD stereo.

Iggy Pop - All That Jazz 2009 [no label 1CD dime 251398] live at Studio 105, Maison de la Radio, Paris, France, May 28, 2009 to promote new album Preliminaires. His first jazz album. Ex FM stereo.

Iggy Pop & The Stooges - All Tomorrow's Parties 2010 [no label 1CD dime 321049] live at Kutcher's, Monticello, New York, City, Sept 3, 2010. B'cast on WFMH. Lineup: Iggy Pop; Scott Asheton - drums; James Williamson - guitars; Steve McKay - saxophone; Mike Watt - bass. Ex FM stereo. Offensive words have been blurred out.

Acoustic Acid & Rabid Remixes - Iggy Pop [no label] - 12 demos taken from official promo release + remixes [4]


Iggy Pop and The Stooges - In The Fulfillment Of The Scriptures: Raw Power Live In London 2010 [no label 1CD] live at Hammersmith Odeon, London, May 2, 2010. This is just the entire Raw Power album played that evening. The entire concert is for sale. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE. This is MP3 sourced. Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for making this marvelous edit.

 

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