Tuesday, December 9, 2014

NEW: Pink Floyd live in Los Angeles 1975 - 2CD - April 25 - mp3 & flac links

Pink Floyd
Sports Arena
Los Angeles, CA.

Millard tape

Disc 1:

 1. Raving and Drooling
 2. You Gotta Be Crazy
 3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts I-V
 4. Have a Cigar
 5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts VI-IX

Disc 2:

 1. Speak to Me
 2. Breathe
 3. On the Run
 4. Time
 5. Breathe Reprise
 6. The Great Gig in the Sky
 7. Money
 8. Us and Them
 9. Any Colour You Like
10. Brain Damage
11. Eclipse
12. Echoes

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NEW: Pete Townshend & David Gilmour live in Cannes 1986 - 2CD - soundboard

Pete Townshend & The Deep End with special guest David Gilmour
Rockpalast, MIDEM Cannes, France, 29 January 1986

Total duration: about 87 min
quality: VG+/EX STEREO SBD


Intro 0:42
Won't Get Fooled Again 5:33
Second Hand Love 4:58
Give Blood 6:10
Behind Blue Eyes 3:48
After The Fire 4:59
Slit Skirt 6:01
Blue Light 9:58
I Put A Spell On You 4:27


Hiding Out 4:09
The Sea Refuses No River 7:44
Face The Face 6:49
Pin Ball Wizard 3:51
A Little Is Enough 5:46
Rough Boys 5:01
Night Train 6:27

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Friday, December 5, 2014

RE-UP: Pink Floyd live in Venice 1989 - 1DVD - pro-shot

Pink Floyd
Á Venezia: Live In Venice
The Grand Canal - Piazza San Marco
Venice, Italy
July 15, 1989
"A Concert For Europe"

This was probably the most controversial concert of Pink Floyd's career. Despite local protests, they were allowed to play a free concert from a badge in the lagoon opposite St. Marks square, from where an estimated 200.000 people watched. The concert was nearly cancelled on July 13th when the City's Superintendent of Monuments claimed that the vibration could damage buildings. To pacify critics, Pink Floyd played at reduce volume, but there still claims of damage to marble cladding after the concert. Lamp-Posts were also broken by fans climbing them for a better view.

The city authorities failed to provide facilities for the visitin fans, many of whom slept in St. Marks square. They left behind them 300 tons of litter and feces, which had to be cleared by the army.

After a seven-hour sitting, the council apologized to Venice residents for the inconvenience, promising that no similar concert would ever be allowed.

The alderman in charge of Venice's Culture Committee, explaining: "I feel that I have to go, because I'm one of the people who gave the go-ahead for this concert".

Despite initially refusing to do likewise, the rest of the council went soon after, leaving the city in the hands of an ad-hoc administration.

Over 100 Million viewers in 23 countries (including the Soviet Union, Israel, Yugoslavia and East Germany) saw the show on TV.


01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02. Learning To Fly
03. Yet Another Movie
04. Round And Around
05. Sorrow
06. The Dogs Of War
07. On The Turning Away
08. Time
09. The Great Gig In The Sky
10. Wish You Were Here
11. Money
12. Another Brick In The Wall, part two
13. Comfortably Numb
14. Run Like Hell
+ bonus

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

NEW: Pink Floyd "8MM" - 1DVD - various live 1972-1977

Pink Floyd 8mm - Harvested Records (HRV DVD 009)

I discovered most of these 8mm films over 20 years ago and have enjoyed watching
my low gen VHS copies ever since. When I began archiving my collection onto DVD,
I knew that one day I'd be faced with the task of digitally remastering these old 8mm
films. I was fortunate enough to know the person that purchased the original films
of the Hollywood Bowl and LA Sports Arena which were professionally transferred to
S-VHS tape in the late 80's. This person was kind enough to loan me his master which
I captured and used as the source for this  DVD. I wish I could say that the Vienna
footage was any better than what has been in circulation, but there's a good chance
that those videos used mine as a source anyway. The short Anaheim 77 footage and
the newly surfaced Munich 77 footage round this collection off nicely. There's not
much available in regards to video footage from 1972-1977 (a very significant time in
the band's history, especially in regards to live performance), so hopefully this will fill in
a few of the gaps for the time being.

Every single shot is not in perfect synch, and some artistic license has been applied
throughout. I also chose to end the DVD with the Munich footage, opting to stray
from the actual chronological order.

8mm took me two years to finish, working in my spare time, and frequently getting
frustrated and stuck. I replaced all the audio from the original footage that had live
sound (LA 75, Vienna 77) and synched up the correct audio to the rest, which was never
properly done until now.

Hollywood Bowl 22 September 1972 (20:46)
Video: 8mm > S-VHS > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2
Audio: "Bowl de Luna" (Harvested Records)

LA Sports Arena 27 April 1975 (16:26)
Video: 8mm > S-VHS > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2
Audio: Master > DAT > CDR > Vegas (PCM Stereo)

Stadthalle Vienna 1 February 1977 (16:50)
Video: 3rd Gen VHS NTSC > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2
Audio: Master > DAT > CDR > Vegas (PCM Stereo)

Anaheim Stadium 7 May 1977 (4:04)
Video: 2nd Gen VHS > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2
Audio: "Animal Instincts" (Harvested Records) from 9 May 1977

Olympiahalle Munich 1 March 1977 (10:55)
8mm > PAL Master > 1st Gen PAL > NTSC DV (avi) > Vegas (CBR 6) MPEG-2
Audio: 2nd Gen Cassette > CDR > Vegas (PCM Stereo) from 28 February 1977

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

NEW: Pink Floyd live in San Francisco 1970 - 1DVD - pro-shot

Pink Floyd


KQED TV Studios San Francisco, CA

Source: pro-shot

Video bitrate: 9000 kb/s

Audio codec: AC3

Audio bitrate: 48000Hz  224 kb/s total (2 chnls)

Atom Heart Mother


Grantchester Meadows

Green Is The Colour->

Careful With That Axe Eugene

Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

* Nearly unbelievable high quality - remember it`s 1970! Enjoy!

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Saturday, November 15, 2014

RE-UP: Pink Floyd "Belgium TV 1968" - 1DVD

Pink Floyd
Belgian TV 1968 (HRV DVD 014)
40th Anniversary Edition

Video: NTSC
Audio: PCM Stereo

The RTB Films, 18 and 19 Feb 1968
Astronomy Domine
Corporal Clegg
Set The Controls
See Emily Play
Apples & Oranges

David Gilmour made his film debut with Pink Floyd by recording this series of promotional clips for Belgian TV. Four of the films were shot at RTB TV studios and the remainder in and around Parc de Laeken on the 18th & 19th of February. "Apple & Oranges" was broadcast on the RTB pop music program Vibrato on 27 February. The remaining films, including a photo montage set to "Bike", were shown consecutively as part of the Tienerklanken pop music show broadcast on BRT TV on 31 March.

Kastival Open Air Festival 31 August 1968
Astronomy Domine

Pink Floyd performed in the afternoon on the 1st day of this 3-day festival. The event was filmed by BRT TV and highlights were shown on the Tienerklanken pop music show broadcast on 8 October in a featured segment called "Kastival '68".

Lineage: BBC Reels (format unknown) > DVD-R (PAL) > MPEG-2 (NTSC)/PCM Audio
After years of searching for a significant upgrade of these videos, an unexpected surprise just seemed to fall right into my lap. A very kind, and anonymous, member of Yeeshkul sent me a DVD that was transferred right from the BBC's existing reels. I demuxed the VOB files using VOB Edit, then ran the M2V file through Canopus Procoder for a great NTSC conversion. I remastered the audio from the original broadcast, balancing levels and adding a bit of NR to "Scarecrow" but this is being offered as a 2nd audio track. The main track was assembled by MOB who used various different sources to create an amazing sonic upgrade for these clips.

The audio for the main program (from Astronomy Domine to Bike) was carefully analysed and we arrived to the following conclusions:
- the 3 tracks from The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn are simply the regular versions from the stereo album, converted to mono for the TV broadcast (BRT did not use the mono version of the album)
- Paintbox and See Emily Play were taken from the mono singles (the stereo version of Paintbox would only be released 3 years later, on the 1971 Relics compilation)
- Corporal Clegg and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were not officially available at the time (these promo videos were filmed more than 4 months before the official release of A Saucerful Of Secrets album), therefore the audio versions from the BRT TV show are very unique early mono mixes. The difference with the regular version is obvious for Corporal Clegg, with an alternate ending, much more Syd's guitar lines in the background, and a surprising high speed compared to the album version (this track was probably slowed down during the mixdown of the album). And even if Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun sounds similar to the regular version, this is also an early mix, different from the album version (an obvious moment is during the instrumental part before the last verse, where birds noises were added for the album version, and are totally absent here).

Since our source for the TV show had superb video quality but a rather hissy sound, we decided to provide a superior audio track, recreating the mono broadcast audio from CD sources, except for Corporal Clegg and Set The Controls, for which we used the best available "Belgian mono mix" versions floating around ("A Tree Full Of Secrets" for Corporal Clegg, and "Have You Got It Yet? V2.0" for Set The Controls, for which we did some editing in order to correct an "imperfect" patch on the HYGIY version). The resulting experience of watching this 40 year old TV show with superb images and pristine audio is the best you'll ever get! For purists who want to hear the original broadcast audio with hiss, we put this as a second audio track to the DVD.

For Apples & Oranges, the video was taken from a 2nd gen VHS tape copy and the audio was taken from the mono single. This clip also appears on the PFVA 1 DVD.

For the last track, "Kastival 68", the video and audio were taken from the only available source (until now), i.e. the FLV video from YouTube. Some EQ was applied to the rough audio in order to avoid "ear bleeding". ;-)

Thanks again to the anonymous Yeeshkul member for the BBC transfer!
Video remastered by RonToon
Audio remastered by MOB
Thanks to Breathe for the great FLV conversion of Kastival '68
Artwork by Moonwall

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Friday, November 14, 2014

NEW: David Gilmour live at 'Later With Jools Holland' 2008 - 1DVD - pro-shot

Later With Jools Holland
23.09.08 PAL DvB DvD

Quick Katz_Klip for ya.
The skinny>
Last night(23rd) BBC2 ,Later with Jools Holland

David Gilmour Interview and Remember A Day
Running Time 8 minutes approx
16.9 Widescreen
AC3 @ 256

DVB>Vista Media CenterDVR-MS via ASUS Tiger Hybrid card>Tmpeg Suite>Vous

This actually gives you a chance to see how microsoft records DVB compared to a straight TS recording.(as i couldn't get TotalMedia to bloody open...lol)
Personally ,i like both but what do you think.It's pin

Enjoy then


Yes its menued and chaptered.
No art ,upto you on that front.

Throw this in with your compilations etc

A KoolKat Recording and Release

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

NEW: Pink Floyd "Mind Your Throats Please" - 1DVD - PF Archives volume 1

Pink Floyd
The Pink Floyd Archives Volume One
"Mind Your Throats Please"

produced by The Pink Floyd Archeological Society
running time approx 90 minutes

Bath Festival of Blues & Progressive Music
Shepton Mallet, Sommerset, England
28 June, 1970
Featuring the Debut performance of Atom Heart Mother
Note: audio drops out from 18:30-20:23

The pedigree of this 26 mintues of Pink Floyd footage found from this festival is a convoluted and cloudy proposition.  The most likely explanation for it's existence is as follows.  The festival saw several companies vying to be the on-site video production unit.  Paradise Films scored the official gig because they were able to provide the organizers with a large screen onto which images of the performances could be broadcast during the show.  In order to properly achieve this, a remote truck was parked close to the stage onto which a camerman was positioned, amonst other roaming cameras.

According to a source close to the producer, various formats were used to record the show including an on-stage stationary camera recording onto 2" tape, while other cameras used a 1" format.  The roaming cameras were of the Sony Portapac variety.

A live camera mix was projected onto the large screen.  It is generally believed that a master tape of this live does not exist.  The common belief amongst the people associated with this event is that any master tapes were wiped down or thrown away due to possible litigation should they have ever fallen into the public's hands.

The 1/2" reel tape that was used to create this DVD came from a screener that was given to Lindsey Clennel, representing Paradise Films.  It is believed that this 1/2" screener was created by simply setting up a camera in front of the large screen and recording the image off of it.  This method was used as a test to see if the footage was suitable for a release, but unfortunately all associated with the project agreed that it wasn't commercially viable material.

The original 1/2 reel that was used to make this DVD came from an annonymous collector who purchased it in the open market and subsequently, and graciously, returned it to their proper owners.

Amsterdam Rock Circus
Olympic Stadium, Netherlands
22 May, 1972
Featuring the Final performance of Atom Heart Mother
along with Careful With That Axe, Eugene
and A Saucerful Of Secrets

Shot on Sony Portapac 1/2" open reel format
Sound recorded via open microphone direct onto tape live synch.

The entire event was shot in this format by two camermen.  Only 38 minutes of the Pink Floyd set have surfaced, but other acts still remain in the archives on the original 1/2" reels.

The story of how thse reels surfaced after all these years is quite a revelation in itself, but the short version is that a U.S. collector, after years of regular communication with the owners, finally arranged a meeting which produced a batch of 1/2" reels.  These were sent to a post house in London for digital transfer which yielded some nice surpises, and it was agreed that more work would occur in the restoration of the several thousand hours of tape still in storage.

"Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun"
Filmed live at The Tabernacle
Notting Hill, London
for the BBC program "All My Loving"
Originally broadcast in black & white 3 November, 1968
Rebroadcast in color 18 May, 1969
Unedited footage

Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
-Take 1, Take 2, Take 3, edit

These 16mm film reels were recently discovered and purchased by a Eurpean collector on the open market.  They were brought to a London post production facility for transfer onto DVD in the PAL format.  The version on this DVD was created from the PAL master DVD created from the 16mm transfer.  After viewing the edited footage from the broadcast, it is obvious that there are still several unedited takes that remain missing in action.

Ripped by *MetalGods* from original pressed DVD
extracted with MacTheRipper, MD5 checksum generated with xAct

MD5 checksum is located inside the VIDEO_TS folder.
Remove MD5 checksum before burning to disc.

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Monday, October 13, 2014

NEW: David Gilmour live in London 2006 - 1DVD - March 7 - pro-shot

David Gilmour
Mermaid Theatre, London 2006-03-07

1. On An Island
2. Shine On You Crazy Diamond I-V
3. Comfortably Numb

Musicians performing: David Gilmour: guitar & vocals, Rick Wright; Keyboards,Vocals on "Comfortably Numb", Guy Pratt: Bass, Phil Manzanera: Guitar, Dick Parry: Saxophone, Jon Carlin: Keyboards and Steve DiStanislao: Drums.

Digital TV > DVD > TMPEGEnc MPEG Editor > TMPEGEnc DVD Author

Video : 4650 Kbps,  25.0 fps,  720x576 (16:9),  MPG2
Audio: Dolby Digtal (AC-3), 48000 Hz Stereo 256 kbps


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Sunday, October 12, 2014

RE-UP: Pink Floyd 1987 Hangar rehearsals - 2DVD - pro-shot

Pink Floyd : Toronto, Pearson Airport ; 07August87
“A Momentary Lapse of Reason Rehearsals”.

Standard : NTSC
Ratio : 4:3
Video : 7.5Mb/Sec (VBR)
Audio disc 01 : (sourced from aiff)
Soundboard channel > LPCM
Friendly mix > 448KHz Dolby Digital
Audio disc 02 : (sourced from ac3) > LPCM

Notes :

This concert footage was shot on three Betacam oxide (professional) tapes.
It was shot by a pro crew (likely an MTV crew) but might have been hired by CBS records.

The songs are all incomplete, and if some are only here in a very short part, some are still very enjoyable.
There are several reasons for this. Clearly the crew had only one camera and was shooting for the purpose of B-roll editing, that is getting shots edited in between interview footage to produce one or more MTV segments news. The crew would have had no reason to shoot complete songs, much less the entire set.
They may have also received clear indication not to record complete songs in order to prevent bootlegging.
The last factor was that they only had three 20 minutes tapes which limited their capacities to record more than necessary.

Also, keep in mind that the album had not been released yet, and the tour had not started.
The crew didn’t know the new songs and had no idea of what would come next, neither in terms of content/interest nor in terms of visual event.

That explains the many lingering dark shots.

Also, don’t forget that this is raw, unedited footage.

The source was originally supplied with the camera (audience) sound on one channel and the mixing desk sound on the second channel
(except when the cameraman moved closer to the stage, no soundboard audio was available).

We did a smart mix of both sources on one audio track and have kept the soundboard source on another audio track of this DVD.


This DVD offers for the very first time, the second, unreleased, part of the footage, consisting of the unedited interviews with  (a very sarcastic) David Gilmour & Nick Mason, Robbie Williams and Morris Lyda. Further footage feature shots of the crew at work and more rehearsals.

All in stunning professional quality !!!

Disc One :

Warm up
Signs of life
Learning to fly
A new machine (part 1)
Terminal frost
A new machine (part 2)
The dogs of war
On the turning away
One of these days
Wish you were here
Welcome to the machine
Us & them
Another brick in the wall (part 2)
Comfortably numb
One slip
Run like hell

Disc Two :

Interview with David Gilmour & Nick Mason
Interview with Robbie Williams
Interview with Morris Lyda
Additional airport & hangar

( note : All interviews on disc two have been chaptered question by question. Bonus airport & hangar footage is extensively chaptered too. )

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

RE-UP: Pink Floyd live in Manchester 1972 - 2CD - March 30

Pink Floyd
Free Trade Hall
Manchester, England
March 30, 1972

"Run Rabbit Run"
Harvested Records

Audience Recording

Disc 1

1. Speak to Me
2. Breathe
3. Travel Sequence
4. Time
5. Mortality Sequence
6. Money
7. us and Them
8. Scat
9. The Lunatic Song
10. Eclipse

Disc 2

1. One Of These Days
2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
3. Echoes
4. Set The Controls

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RE-UP: Pink Floyd live in Tokyo 1972 - 3CD - March 6

PINK FLOYD - Acid Moon

Sigma 45 A-B-C

Matrix Disc 1: No
Matrix Disc 2: No
Matrix Disc 3: No

(P) 2009     Made In Japan

  Disc 1:  Time:

  1. Speak To Me (Sic - Audience only)    0:47
  2. Breathe    2:41
  3. On The Run    5:53
  4. Time    6:17
  5.  Breathe (Reprise)    1:03
  6. The Great Gig In The Sky    6:01
  7. Money    7:45
  8. Us And Them    7:04
  9. Any Colour You Like    4:38
10. Brain Damage    4:03
11. Eclipse    2:13

Total Time:  48:25

  Disc 2:  Time:

  1. One Of These Days    9:11
  2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene  12:39
  3. Echoes  25:12
  4. A Saucerful Of Secrets  13:27

Total Time:  60:29
From Reel Master Recorded FM Broadcast (Aired by FM Tokyo 1972)
         FM + Audience Sources Mixed & Remastered:

Disc 3:  Time:

  1. Speak To Me (Sic - Audience only)    0:57
  2. Breathe    2:51
  3. On The Run    5:53
  4. Time    6:16
  5.  Breathe (Reprise)    1:03
  6. The Great Gig In The Sky    4:00
  7. Money    7:45
  8. Us And Them    7:29
  9. Any Colour You Like    4:40
10. Brain Damage    4:02
11. Eclipse    2:12
12. DJ Comments    0:11

Total Time:  47:19

 06 March 1972 Live at Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan


Tuesday, September 9, 2014

RE-UP: Pink Floyd live in Oakland 1977 - 2CD - May 9 & 10

Animal Instincts
Pink Floyd recorded live at the Oakland Coliseum
May 9 & 10, 1977.

Disc One:
Pigs On The Wing (part 1)
Pigs On The Wing (part 2)
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 1-5)
Welcome To The Machine

Disc Two:
Have A Cigar
Wish You Were Here
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 6-9)
Us And Them
Careful With That Axe, Eugene

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

NEW: Pink Floyd live in London 1970 - 1DVD - July 18 - pro-shot

Pink Floyd
July 18, 1970
London, England, UK
Blackhill's Garden Party @ Hyde Park

Source: PRO > "Hyde Park 1970" Silver DVD

Atom Heart Mother
Introduction / Embryo
Green Is The Colour (Fragment)
Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Fragment)
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

Sourced from the "Hyde Park 1970" silver DVD release.
"Atom Heart Mother" was the original closing number of the show.
Due to approximately 40 years of video degradation, "Atom Heart Mother" is the only watchable clip.

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NEW: Pink Floyd live in Oakland 1994 - 1DVD - April 21

Pink Floyd
Oakland 2nd Night (NTSC DVD)

Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California, USA
April 21, 1994

Track list:

1st Half:
Astronomy Domine
Learning To Fly
What Do You Want From Me
On The Turning Away
A Great Day For Freedom
Take It Back
Keep Talking
One Of These Days

2nd Half:
Shine On You Crazy Diamond
High Hopes
Wish You Were Here
Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
The Great Gig In The Sky
Us And Them
Comfortably Numb
Hey You
Run Like Hell

Total length: 149:30

DVD Attributes:

codec: MPEG2;
frms: 68,287;
kbps: 2129;
pic: 29.970
field: 59.940
pic: 352 x 480
seq ext: 360 x 480
aspect ratio: 4:3

David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Rick Wright
Guy Pratt
Tim Renwick
Gary Wallis
Jon Carin
sam brown
claudia fontaine
durga mcbroom

Second night at the Oakland Coliseum filmed during the "Division Bell" tour.
This is a typical audience video. It's filmed from the floor on the right hand side of the stage. It's a bit shaky at times, and sometimes it seems to be filmed through a tube
but it does have some magnificent close-ups Audio.

In my opinion one of the best audience shot taken from the "Division Bell" tour.

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Friday, January 10, 2014

RE-UPLOAD: Pink Floyd live in London 1974 - 2CD - November 16 - soundboard

title: Wembley 1974 Pre FM-Master (2CD)
data:Live At Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England 16th November 1974

The Dark Side Of The Moon
1. Speak To Me
2. Breathe
3. On the Run
4. Time
5. Breathe(Reprise)
6. The Great Gig In The Sky
7. Money
8. Us And Them
9. Any Colour You Like
10. Brain Damage
11. Eclipse

1. Echoes

The second half and encore of the show of 16th November 1974 was recorded by BBC Radio One. However, only "Dark Side Of The Moon" - with the line "I've been mad for fucking years" in "Speak To Me" removed from the mix - was broadcasted, on the Alan Freeman Show on 11th January 1975. This is taken from the original pre-broadcast master tapes including encore "Echoes".

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Monday, January 6, 2014

RE-UPLOAD: Pink Floyd live in Toronto 1973 - 2CD - March 11

Pink Floyd
Collectors Edition
Sunday 11th March 1973 - Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada - Direct from 2nd Gen Cassettes
Sound quality is Excellent Stereo
Audience recording
Artwork included

Track listing: -

01 - Echoes
02 - Obscured by Clouds / When You're In
03 - Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
04 - Careful with that Axe Eugene
05 - Speak to me
06 - Breathe
07 - On the Run
08 - Time
09 - Breathe (Reprise)
10 - The Great Gig in the Sky
11 - Money
12 - Us and Them
13 - Any COlour You Like
14 - Brain Damage
15 - Eclipse
16 - Crowd
17 - One of These Days

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