Friday, January 16, 2015

NEW: Pink Floyd live in Paris 1989 - 2DVD - July 1

Pink Floyd
1989-07-01
Palais des Sports de Paris Bercy, Paris, France

Lineage: VHS[1st gen] > DVD
Format: PAL DVD [2X]


BAND MEMBERS:

David Gilmour – Lead Guitars & Lead Vocals
Richard Wright – Keyboards & Vocals
Nick Mason – Drums & Percussion

WITH SPECIAL GUEST:

Jon Carin – Keyboards &Vocals
Tim Renwick – Guitars & Vocals
Guy Pratt – Bass Guitars & Vocals
Scott Page – Saxophones, Guitar
Gary Wallis – Percussion
Rachel Fury – Backing Vocals
Lorelei McBroom – Backing Vocals
Durga McBroom – Backing Vocals

DVD 1:

01 - Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02 - Signs Of Life
03 - Learning To Fly
04 - Yet Another Movie
05 - A New Machine (Part 1)
06 - Terminal Frost
07 - A New Machine (Part 2)
08 - Sorrow
09 - The Dogs Of War
10 - On The Turning Away
11 - One Of These Days
12 - Time
13 - On The Run
14 - The Great Gig In The Sky
15 - Wish You Were Here
16 - Welcome To The Machine
17 - Us And Them
18 - Money

119:49 Mins

Video : 7260 Kbps, 25.0 fps, 720*576 (4:3), MPG2
Audio : 256 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, AC3

DVD 2:


01 - Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
02 - Comfortably Numb
03 - One Slip
04 - Run Like Hell

35:26 Mins

Video : 8910 Kbps, 25.0 fps, 720*576 (4:3), MPG2
Audio : 384 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, AC3

Download part 1 here
Download part 2 here
Download part 3 here
Download part 4 here
Download part 5 here
Download part 6 here
Download part 7 here
Download part 8 here
                     

Friday, January 2, 2015

NEW: Pink Floyd live at the BBC 1968 - 1DVD - Set The Controls outtakes

PINK FLOYD

london (stratford, east of london)
abbey mills pumping station
28.march.1968


SOURCE: 16 mm master film / audio reels
TRANSFER: studio transfer to digital betacam tape ("telcine") > transfer to this dvd
DVD VIDEO INFO: format: pal | bitrate: 6012 kbps | aspect: 4:3 (720x576) | codec: mpeg2 | resolution: 720x576 | frames/sec: 25.00
DVD AUDIO INFO: codec: lpcm | sampling: 48 khz | 16 bit/s
TOTAL: 22:53


01 set the controls for the heart of the sun (take one)
02 set the controls for the heart of the sun (take two)
03 set the controls for the heart of the sun (take three)
04 set the controls for the heart of the sun (edit of above takes)


NOTES:

- tony palmer filmed 3 takes of "set the controls" for his bbc television "all my loving" series. this download contains 3 untouched "rushes" that were on the original reels plus one version that was edited together from the 3.

- here's what mr. palmer remembers about it:

"only the intro on the "all my loving" special is taken from this. the facts are as follows: "the so-called 'redwash' sequence of 'set the controls' was shot by me in a studio at the bbc, i think in lime grove, now a housing estate. it was taped as if 'live' on video, with a few small cuts made later. it was recorded with the red wash (i.e. it was not 'put on' later) in attempt to recreate the light-show effect that the Pink Floyd achieved on stage at that time. when they saw the film, the group all approved, particularly that at the climax of the sequence, the floyd's music cuts directly into bartok."

"the so-called 'redwash' sequence was used by me as part of a documentary about the social and political context of rock music in 1968 called 'all my loving', although in fact it was originally shot for a programme called 'twice a fortnight', starring terry jones & michael palin, which was the very first try out of what became their films for 'monty python'."

"i used the sequence again in 'all you need is love' in 1975. i also filmed a sequence in a deserted power station in the east end (you see one shot at the beginning of the 'all my loving' sequence), in March 1968, but decided not to use it."

- also, this footage unfortunately ended up on the "mind your throats please" bootleg / rip-off dvd, but the current dvd is the *real* thing: original transfer in pal format ("mytp" has a pal > ntsc conversion in the lineage). the bootleg also had many glitches and drop-outs.

Download part 1 here
Download part 2 here