Saturday, April 25, 2015

RE-UP: Pink Floyd "A Tree Full Of Secrets volume 7" - 2CD - soundtracks 1992-1999

PINK FLOYD
A TREE FULL OF SECRETS
Volume 7  (CD13 - CD14)
Soundtracks 1992 - 1999
Artwork included

CD13


"La Carrera Panamericana"

1 - Run Like Hell (Gilmour, Waters) 00:49
Recorded : New York, Nassau Coliseum, August 19-23, 1988
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992
Source for the tree : "La Carrera Panamericana" LaserDisc
This version of "Run Like Hell" is in fact a short extract from the "Delicate Sound of Thunder" version,
with a new recorded ending.

2 - Country Theme (Gilmour) 02:00
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992
Source for the tree : "La Carrera Panamericana" LaserDisc

3 - Small Theme (Gilmour) 07:22
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992
Source for the tree : "La Carrera Panamericana" LaserDisc

4 - Big Theme (Gilmour) 04:10
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992
Source for the tree : "La Carrera Panamericana" LaserDisc

5 - Carrera Slow Blues (Gilmour, Mason, Wright) 02:19
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" TV broadcast
Source for the tree : 2nd gen copy from "La Carrera Panamericana" TV broadcast
This song was taken from the BBC TV broadcast of the film (it's not on the LaserDisc or video release, although it's listed at the end of the tracklist).
Since the music was slightly re-organised on the broadcast version of the film, the talking that can be heard during "Carrera Slow Blues" is in fact a part of the talking that's placed somewhere during "Big Theme" on the LaserDisc version.

6 - Mexico '78 (Gilmour) 04:04
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992
Source for the tree : "La Carrera Panamericana" LaserDisc

7 - Pan Am Shuffle (Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - full length version 08:09
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992
Source for the tree : "La Carrera Panamericana" LaserDisc
and 2nd gen copy from "La Carrera Panamericana" TV broadcast
The song "Pan Am Shuffle" appears at different places during the film: first at the beginning of the film, then during the ending credits.
Besides that, the length of the credits varies on the different versions of the film (LaserDisc, video or TV broadcast): since the song fades out on both LaserDisc and video releases, only the broadcast
version of the film contains the very end of the song.
So we combined several parts of the LaserDisc and the TV broadcast, to have the full length version.


  "Ruby Takes a Trip"

  8 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.1 (Gilmour) 01:26
  9 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.2 (Gilmour) 00:23
10 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.3 (Gilmour) 00:54
11 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.4 (Gilmour) 01:00
12 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.5 (Gilmour) 00:17
13 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.6 (Gilmour) 01:05
14 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.7 (Gilmour) 00:34
15 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.8 (Gilmour) 01:22
16 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.9 (Gilmour) 02:30
17 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.10 (Gilmour) 00:24
18 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.11 (Gilmour) 00:40
19 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.12 (Gilmour) 01:34
20 - David Gilmour - Ruby Takes A Trip Pt.13 (Gilmour) 01:03
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "Ruby Takes a Trip" TV broadcast, 1992
Source for the tree : "Take a Trip to the X-Files" RoIO CD
Part 9 and Part 10 contain a monotonal piece of music, with a slide guitar theme that's
not very far from "One Of These Days".
Part 11 is "On The Run" revisited.Note that we didn't include the whole soundtrack here,
we just took the snippets containing music by David Gilmour.
So, parts of the film are missing, but the music is uncut.


"The Art of Tripping"

21 - David Gilmour - The Art of Tripping Pt.1 (Gilmour) 00:15
22 - David Gilmour - The Art of Tripping Pt.2 (Gilmour) 00:21
23 - David Gilmour - The Art of Tripping Pt.3 (Gilmour) 00:48
24 - David Gilmour - The Art of Tripping Pt.4 (Gilmour) 00:51
25 - David Gilmour - The Art of Tripping Pt.5 (Gilmour) 00:24
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "The Art of Tripping" TV broadcast, 1993
Source for the tree : unknown gen copy from "The Art of Tripping" TV broadcast
The musical score by David Gilmour only consists of short snippets.
Note that Part 4 contains the same piece of music as Part 7 and Part 8 of "Ruby Takes A Trip".


"The Colors of Infinity"

26 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.1 (Gilmour) 03:41
27 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.2 (Gilmour) 02:09
28 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.3 (Gilmour) 00:56
29 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.4 (Gilmour) 00:35
30 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.5 (Gilmour) 00:34
31 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.6 (Gilmour) 03:15
32 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.7 (Gilmour) 00:20
33 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.8 (Gilmour) 00:13
34 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.9 (Gilmour) 02:29
35 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.10 (Gilmour) 03:11
36 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.11 (Gilmour) 00:37
37 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.12 (Gilmour) 02:10
38 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.13 (Gilmour) 00:56
39 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.14 (Gilmour) 00:44
40 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.15 (Gilmour) 01:37
41 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.16 (Gilmour) 00:25
42 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.17 (Gilmour) 01:34
43 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.18 (Gilmour) 01:32
44 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.19 (Gilmour) 04:06
45 - David Gilmour - The Colors of Infinity Pt.20 (Gilmour) 01:35
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "The Colors of Infinity" video, released 1997
Source for the tree : 1St gen copy from "The Colors of Infinity" video
Length :
This film is a documentary about fractals and The Mandelbrot set.
For this soundtrack, David Gilmour re-used some pieces from his previous soundtracks.
Part 2 and Part 20 contain the same piece of music as Part 9 and Part 10 of "Ruby Takes A Trip"
(slide guitar theme, a la "One Of These Days").
Part 6 is basically the same as Part 2 and Part 3 of "Ruby Takes A Trip" (slow theme).
Part 9 and Part 10 contain the same piece of music as Part 3 of "The Art Of Tripping"
(keyboards with high pitched guitar on the top, a la "Marooned").
Part 15 is the same as Part 11 of "Ruby Takes A Trip" ("On The Run" revisited).
Note that the theme that can be heard during Part 12 is very similar to the central part of "High Hopes".
Note that we didn't include the whole documentary soundtrack here, we just took the
snippets containing music by David Gilmour.
So, parts of the documentary are missing, but the music is uncut.





CD14


"The Dybbuk of the Holy Apple Field"

1 - Roger Waters - Knocking on Heaven's Door (Dylan) 02:25
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "The Dybbuk from the Holy Apple Field" film, released 1998
Source for the tree : "The Dybbuk of the Holy Apple Field" film


"La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano"

2 - Roger Waters - Lost Boys Calling (Morricone, Waters) 05:17
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano" Italian soundtrack, released 1998
Source for the tree : "La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano" Italian soundtrack CD
This song contains the theme used throughout the rest of the film, composed by Ennio Morricone.
For "Lost Boys Calling", Roger Waters wrote the lyrics and probably did the arrangement.

3 - Roger Waters - Lost Boys Calling (Morricone, Waters) - new version 05:18
Recorded : ?
Primary source : "Legend Of 1900" soundtrack, released 1999
Source for the tree : "Legend Of 1900" soundtrack CD
The Italian film was released worldwide in 1999, with the English title "Legend Of 1900".
A new soundtrack album ("Legend Of 1900") was released, and the version of "Lost Boys
Calling" is slightly different from the version on the Italian soundtrack.
The vocals were re-recorded, and a guitar solo by Edward Van Halen was added.
Curiously, there's also a slight change in the lyrics: during the last verse, Roger sings "when I hear those seabirds cry", while on the Italian soundtrack version, it's "when she hears those seabirds cry".

Download this bootleg here
                             

No comments:

Post a Comment