Pink Floyd - Mega-rare restored LP "Tampa (CBM)" - Tampa Stadium 1973-06-29 AUD - a great in-your-face Dark Side! - speed-corrected and rejoined
Wow, what a great show! From probably the best "On The Run" this guy has ever heard (they were actually playing this folks, not like the more recent canned versions) to a long, languid "Any Colour You Like"... the guys were really into it. The recording is a rabid, in your face rendition that is hot, hot, hot! Listen to the sample. If you are curious about the evolution of Dark Side Of The Moon, you should know that the album was developed on the road. The band went into the studio to record the LP, then took it out on the road and continued to develop it further. Out of maybe four generations, going like this:
Pre LP (Rainbow Theatre 1972)
Ivor Wynne 1975
this performance would fall right after the LP in terms of development. It's sort of like a hyped-up more active and involved version than the LP was, but is still fairly close to the LP performance.
Continuing with CBM releases, not much was done to this one aside from small speed-correction. My copy is a first pressing on King Kong Records.
Setlist (Run time about 47 minutes)
On The Run
The Great Gig In The Sky
Us And Them
Any Colour You Like
(Eclipse does not appear on this LP)
Lineage: CBM LP -> Audacity ->Sound Forge 11.0 ->Click and crackle removal ->Track splitup and fades where necessary ->FLAC via TLH, sectors aligned and verified, FLAC integrity checked
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