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Pink Floyd ROIO List Pink Floyd has been very popular for long time; as a result, there are many PF bootlegs out there. A roio is the same thing as a boot. Because of the number of different roios, it was necessary to compile a "catalog" of them. I've compiled this catalog from existing info, which can be gotten from the PF email server at echoserv@fawnya.tcs.com. On the server, each of the roios is listed individually, which is a real pain if you just want to browse through them and get an idea of what to but at the next show. So, I've taken those files and "compressed" them into this list. I have not included any file from the server in which the tracks were not listed. Also, I have not included any interview discs. Finally, all of the titles listed here are CDs. There are three separate files: 2 for PF (too much text), and one for solo stuff.. Have fun... Last Update: Sept. 9, 1992 Send any corrections to: steves@theory.chem.pitt.edu Each entry has the following characteristics: Title: self-explanatory Catalog: used to differentiate between boots of the same name Source: where & when it was recorded Tracks: again self-explanatory. The songs listed are the ones played, not necessary listed on the cover. Xref: other roios with the same material Quality: Bootleg sound quality. I've used the following categories: EX : perfect quality, could be a legitimate release VG : almost perfect, maybe some crowd noise GD : some hiss, but very listenable FR : more hiss, but somewhat tolerable PR : still more hiss, but NOT tolerable Comments: Anything not covered in the previous sections. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Title: 8th RD From The Moon Catalog: Beech Martin Records BM 044/2 Sources: Recorded Live In Various Locations From 1969 to 1977 Disc 1, track 1-7: Recorded Live at "Concertgebouw" September 17, 1969 Amsterdam Disc 1, track 8-13 and Disc 2, track 1-4: Recorded Live at "Rainbow Theatre" London 1972 Disc 2, track 5-9: Recorded Live at "Madison Square Garden" July 22, 1977 New York The date on the second one is February 17th or 20th, 1972 The correct date on the last one is July 2, 1977) Tracks: Disc 1: 1. Grantchester Meadows 7:38 2. Biding My Time 5:22 3. The Grand Vizier's Garden Party 1:52 4. Cymbaline 12:48 5. Green Is The Colour 6:33 6. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 6:15 7. The Narrow Way / Part 3 5:07 8. Speak To Me / Breathe 2:55 9. On The Run 6:10 10. Time 6:33 11. Breathe (Reprise) 1:53 12. The Great Gig In The Sky 4:23 13. Money 7:52 Disc 2: 1. Us And Them 2:18 2. Any Colour You Like 4:37 3. Brain Damage 3:52 4. Eclipse 1:49 5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond 1/5 13:44 6. Welcome To The Machine 8:28 7. Have A Cigar 6:10 8. Wish You Were Here 6:23 9. Shine On You Crazy Diamond 18:57 Xref: Disc 1, track 1-7: Amsterdam '69 Disc 2, track 1-4: Best Of Tour '72, Dark Side Of The Sky, Live Side Of The Moon Disc 2, track 5-9: Welcome To The Machine, Caught In The Crossfire, Live USA, New York Live 1977 Quality: Ex/VG+ ( although it is an audience recording ) Comments: This is a collection of three other roio's; A69, BoT72 and WTtM (see Xref). It sounds like this one is copied from those three mentioned (from The Swingin' Pig label) as they have no tape hiss at all. Only drawback is that the high notes are slightly wobbling from time to time. Set 1: Has some tracks that not often shows up on roio's, like 'Biding My Time' (PF doing Jazz) which is a great tune. A lot of very nice improvisations between the songs. Gilmour's voice isn't at the best during this show. Set 2: A great 'early' performance of DSotM. It has the 'On The Run' jam, 'Time' is the slow version and TGGItS has the preachers tapes. 'Time' and 'Us And Them' are cut down, and Eclipse is faded out a little early. ********************************************************************* Title: Amsterdam '69 Catalog: The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-052 Sources: Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Sep 17, 1969 Tracks: 1. Granchester Meadows 2. Biding My Time 3. The Grand Vizier's Garden Party/Part 3-Exit 4. Cymbaline 5. Green Is The Colour 6. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 7. The Narrow Way/Part 3 Quality: VG+ Comments: Interesting recording. It contains material which seldom appears on other roios. The record is processed with NoNoise, but that can't repair the bad source tape. Nevertheless it's the best roio from that early Floyd period. "Amsterdam '69" is one of about 4 known performances of "The Man" and "The Journey." This roio contains all but the final three parts of the the show, as it does not include "The Pink Jungle (Pow R Toc H)," "Behold the Temple of Light," or "The End of the Beginning (Celestial Voices)." ********************************************************************* Title: Any Colour You Like Catalog: Triangle PYCD 045 Sources: Palais des Sports, Poitiers, France, Nov 29, 1972 Tracks: 1. Speak To Me/Breathe [2.36] 2. On The Run [5.37] 3. Time [5.17] 4. Breathe (reprises) [1.45] 5. The Great Gig In The Sky [2.54] 6. Money [5.11] 7. Us And Them [6.54] 8. Any Colour You Like [6.14] 9. Brain Damage [3.19] 10. Eclipse [1.32] 11. Echoes [19.51] 12. One Of These Days [7.48] Quality: GD Comments: This early DSoTM set is very much like the "The Best Of Tour 72" recording; but, unlike the latter, this includes all the songs uncut. "The Great Gig In The Sky" contains the piano parts, but is still without vocals. "Echoes" lasts 20:00 and there's a very fast and powerful "One Of These Days". The sound is dull, although the noise level is tolerable. What really makes you cry is the wrong speed. The whole record is taken from a vinyl which was recorded at a slower speed (for capacity reasons), and played at normal speed. Therefore everything is too fast, too high. ****************************************************************************** Title: Atom Heart Moo Live Catalog: World Productions Of Compact Music WPOCM 0390 F 048-2 Sources: Mother's, Birmingham, Mar 8, 1970 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Astronomy Domine [7:18] 2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [9:21] 3. Cymbaline [9:00] 4. A Saucerful Of Secrets [12:55] 5. Embryo [8:39] Disc 2 1. Interstellar Overdrive [13:11] 2. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [11:07] 3. Atom Heart Mother [18:58] Quality: PR Comments: The sound is so f*cking bad! They must have used a special compression technique which reproduces every instrument with the sound of a falling tin can. ****************************************************************************** Title: The Best Of Tour 72 Catalog: The Swingin' Pig Records TSP-CD-049 Sources: Recorded live at The Rainbow Theatre, London 17.2.72 Tracks: 1. Speak To Me / 3:30 Breathe 2. On The Run 6:31 3. Time 6:34 4. Breathe (Reprise) 1:05 5. The Great Gig In The Sky 4:38 6. Money 8:05 7. Us & Them 2:25 8. Any Colour You Like 4:46 9. Brain Damage 3:59 10. Eclipse 1:20 Quality: VG ( remastered with NoNoise ) Comments: This one - containing one of the very first DSoTM performances - is in fact,a historical recording! For example, the instrumentals that form On The Run, The Great Gig In The Sky and Any Colour You Like are completely different and very interesting. Some tracks are badly cut: Us And Them is reduced to under three minutes, Time has been chopped too, and the end of Eclipse is faded out! *************************************************************************** Title: Black Holes In The Sky Catalog: Great Dane Records GDR CD 9101 Sources: London 16 Nov 74 Empire Pool, Wembley, London (This date is stated on the cover, but that's wrong. It is from 14 Nov 1974) Tracks: Disc 1 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond 23:53 part one - part nine 2. Raving And Drooling (Sheep) 16:05 3. You've Got To Be Crazy (Dogs) 18:28 4. The Dark Side Of The Moon: 11:32 Speak To Me 3:15 Breathe 3:04 On The Run 5:16 Disc 2 1. Time 6:53 The Great Gig In The Sky 7:42 Money 9:15 Us & Them 8:27 Any Colour You Like 8:38 Brain Damage 3:56 Eclipse 1:42 2. Echoes 24:39 Xref: Money (2CD), Money is NOT the complete show. Quality: GD Comments: Sheep is announced as "Raving And Drooling I Fall On His Neck With A Scream" and there is a tape played before the song starts. The versions of Sheep and Dogs are a little different than the 75 and 77 versions of these songs. Very little audience noise. Note: that this is an audience, there is some crowd noise. **************************************************************************** Title: Brain Damage Catalog: Sigma 6 DSM-1972 Sources: London 1972 (wrong) actually Nov. 16, 1974 Tracks: 1. Speak To Me [2:30] 2. Breathe [2:49] 3. On The Run [5:07] 4. Time [5.27] Breathe (Reprise) [1.02] [6:29] 5. The Great Gig In The Sky [6:49] 6. Money [7:49] 7. Us And Them [7:51] 8. Any Colour You Like [7:33] 9. Brain Damage [3:42] 10. Eclipse [1:58] Xref: In The Sky Quality: EX Comments: It is very good quality (Hip Cat billed it as the best live DS recording in existence), but the format is precisely that of the studio album. I much prefer the Kahoutek version. ********************************************************************* Title: Bytes Of The Talisman Catalog: Neutral Zone NZCD 89002 (?) Sources: Recorded October 3rd 1971 London England Tracks: 1. Embryo 2. Green Is The Colour 3. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 4. If 5. One Of These Days 6. Echoes ********************************************************************* Title: Caught In The Crossfire Catalog: Neutral Zone NZCD 89017 Sources: New York, 1977 (tracks 1-5) (Madison Square Garden 2 Jul 77)* London, 1971 (track 6) Tracks: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts 1-5 [13:47] 2. Welcome To The Machine [8:26] 3. Have Cigar [6:14] 4. Wish You Were here [6:23] 5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts 6-9 [18:57] 6. Fat Old Sun [14:04] Xref: Tracks 1 - 5 Welcome To The Machine (TSP-CD-061) Quality: GD-- Comments: Tricky to find now, this is taken from New York 2.7.77, a very nice quality audience tape and track 6 from the much used (and sometimes abused!) BBC sessions, this from 1971. Singing quality: It's absolutely horrible. Yuck!! ********************************************************************* Title: Colourful Meadows Catalog: Triangle Records PYCD 040 Sources: San Francisco, U.S.A., Jul 4, 1970 PBS broadcast commonly dated 29.4.70* Tracks: 1. Atom Heart Mother [16.39] 2. Cymbaline [8.29] 3. Granchester Meadows [7.22] 4. Green Is The Colour [3.30] 5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [8.55] 6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [12.15] Xref: Darkness Over Frisco Quality: GD Comments: The disc is basic with full track details. Pretty easy to get, this disc comes from the PBS broadcast commonly dated 29.4.70 with PF in a studio with no audience. Unfortunately the quality could have been a lot better. ********************************************************************* Title: Cracked Catalog: Seagull Records 010/1-2-3 Sources: Recorded Live at Hollywood Bowl 22.09.72 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Breathe 2:42 2. On the Run 4:16 3. Time / 6:22 Breathe (Reprise) 4. The Great Gig In The Sky 3:12 5. Money 5:50 6. Us An Them 7:08 7. Any Colour You Like 4:20 8. Brain Damage 3:34 9. Eclipse 1:39 Disc 2 1. One Of these Days 7:41 2. Careful With That Axe Eugene 10:29 3. Echoes 20:57 Disc 3 1. A Saucerful Of Secrets 16:07 2. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 12:54 Xref: The same recording is available on the 2CD Staying Home To Watch The Rain and with far better quality. Quality: PR -> FR ( mastered from very poor vinyl ) Comments: Relatively easy to find. Concert is from Hollywood Bowl 22.9.72 except CD1 from London 17.2.72, due to defects on the original tapes. This is the same as Crackers vinyl roio, complete with numerous crackles. ********************************************************************* Title: Crazy Diamonds Catalog: Triangle Records PYCD 059-2 Sources: Boston, USA, Jun 18th, 1975 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Raving And Drooling (09.24) 2. You've Got To Be Crazy (13.55) 3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) (12.08) 4. Have A Cigar (05.02) 5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) (10.49) 6. Speak To Me (03.14) 7. Breathe (02.45) 8. On The Run (04.58) 9. Time (04.52) 10. Breathe Reprise (01.07) Disc 2 1. The Great Gig In The Sky (05.54) 2. Money (08.02) 3. Us And Them (07.12) 4. Any Colour You Like (08.26) 5. Brain Damage (03.52) 6. Eclipse (01.57) 7. Echoes (21.50) Quality: VG+ a little dark (little treble) maybe. Comments: A complete 1975 US concert! Most enjoyable are the performances of "Gotta Be Crazy", which is different to both the 74 and 77 (Dogs) versions, and one of the last pre-87 "Echoes", with very nice sax solos. ********************************************************************* Title: Dark Side Of The Sky Catalog: Chapter One CO 25117 Source: London 20.2.72 / BBC 1971 Tracks: 1. Speak To Me / Breathe [3.30] 2. On The Run [6.31] 3. Time [6.34] 4. Breathe Reprise [1.05] 5. The Great Gig In The Sky [4.38] 6. Money [8.05] 7. Us & Them [2.25] 8. Any Colour You Like [4.46] 9. Brain Damage [3.59] 10. Eclipse [1.20] 11. Atom Heart Mother [25.04] 12. If [4.40] Xref: Best Of Tour 72 Quality: Good-Excellent Comments: Hard to find this disc is another issue of the 17.2.72 concert in reasonably good quality although Best Of Tour 72 is better. The other 2 tracks are from the 1970 BBC session in pretty good quality. ************************************************************************ Title: Darkness Over Frisco Catalog: The Genuine Pig TGP-CD-129 Sources: SF Fillmore West 8.3.70 (?) Tracks: 1. Cymbaline 2. Granchester Meadows 3. Green Is The Colour 4. Careful With That Axe 5. Atom Heart Mother 6. Set The Controls Xref: Colourful Meadows Quality: VG+ Comments: Due to crackle suppression technique used, the music suffers, but is still slightly better than Colourful Meadows. ********************************************************************* Title: The Darkside Rehearsals Catalog: Triangle PYCD 065-2 Sources: The Dome, Brighton, UK, 20 Jan 1972 Tracks: Disc One 1. Speak To Me 2:08 2. Breathe 3:01 3. On The Run 8:09 4. Time 6:36 5. Breathe (reprise) 1:46 6. The Great Gig In The Sky 4:35 7. Money 2:44 8. Atom Heart Mother 15:26 9. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 10:45 Disc Two 1. One Of These Days 9:09 2. Echoes 26:31 ********************************************************************* Title: The Early Singles Catalog: The Early Years SPA 02-CD-3321 Sources: First Single, Mar, 1967 (tracks 1,2) Second Single, Jun, 1967 (track 3; B-side on first LP) Withdrawn Single, Oct, 1967 (tracks 4,5) Third Single, Nov, 1967 (tracks 6,7) Fourth Single, Feb, 1968 (tracks 8,9) Fifth Single, Nov, 1968 (tracks 10,11) Tracks: 1. Arnold Layne (2.51*) 2. Candy And A Current Bun (2.38*) 3. See Emily Play (2.54*) 4. Scream Thy Last Scream (4.39*) 5. Vegetable Man (2.32*) 6. Apples And Oranges (3.00*) 7. Paintbox (3.35*) 8. It Would Be So Nice (3.39*) 9. Julia Dream (2.35*) 10. Be Careful With That Axe, Eugene (5.40*) 11. Point Me At The Sky (3.38*) Xref: Tracks 1,3,7,9,10 Relics Tracks 1,2,3,6,7,8,9 Master Of Rock (LP Holland) Track 3 Piper At The Gates Of Dawn (LP US) Quality: EX/VG+ Comments: This is starting to become scarce and is a very good wrap up of early single recordings taken from pristine copies of the vinyl. ********************************************************************* Title: Early Tour Years Catalog: Quality Compact Productions QCP 70004/QCP 71005 Sources: Recorded Live, 1970/71 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Fat Old Sun [14:21] 2. One Of These Days [7:32] 3. Echoes [22:27] Disc 2 1. Embryo [10:23] 2. Green Is The Colour [3:26] 3. Careful With That Axe Eugene [7:24] 4. If [4:53] 5. The Atom Heart Mother [24:43] Quality: PR -> GD Comments: Not too easy to find now but is from the 1970-71 BBC sessions in suprisingly poor quality --disc 1 is muffled and distorted and disc 2 harsh and crackly. ********************************************************************* Title: Eclipse Catalog: Great Dane Records GDR CD 8904 Sources: London, Sep 16, 1970 - Mar 10, 1971 John Peel Show, BBC/Paris Theatre, London, England 16 Sep 70 - 1,2,3,4 / 10 Mar 71 - 5,6,7 Tracks: 1. Embryo [9.12] 2. Green Is The Colour [3.15] 3. Careful With That Axe Eugene [7.20] 4. Atom Heart Mother [14.15] 5. If [4.50] 6. One Of These Days [7.25] 7. Echoes [25.14] Xref: Londonfields / Rhapsody in Pink Quality: GD Comments: Quit scarce now this is from the BBC 1970-1 sessions (as are so many). This is good value being a nice sounding disc with long playing time. Indexing is off - track 2 still Embryo Indexing is off - track 3 is Green/Careful 1st public of Echoes. A subset of 'Rhapsody In Pink' vinyl (which is cleaner.) ***************************************************************************** Title: Embryo Catalog: Wild Bird Records WBR CD 900110 Sources: Fillmore West, S.F., 1970 Tracks: 1. Granchester Meadows [6.38] 2. Astronomy Domine [8.33] 3. Atom Heart Mother [18.40] 4. Embryo [10.47] 5. Green Is The Colour [3.55] 6. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [10.26] Quality: GD- Comments: Mastered from vinyl, which results in pops and ticks. Some tape hiss evident. ******************************************************************************** Title: Embryo San Diego, 1971 Catalog: Golden Stars PICD 1020 Sources: Recorded live at the Golden Hall, San Diego, CA. Oct 17th 1971 Tracks: 1. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [13:12] 2. Fat Old Sun [15:20] 3. Atom Heart Mother [15:56] a) Father's Shout b) Breast Milky c) Mother Fore d) Funky Dung 4. Embryo [10:58] 5. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [6:28] 6. Cymbaline [11:37] 7. Blues Jam [5:11] Xref: The Heart Of The Sun (PYCD 046) Life Could Be A Dream (LLRCD 072) Quality: GD- Comments: Same recording as 'The Heart Of The Sun' CD, but this one includes 'Careful With That Axe, Eugene', and it has a chopped down 'Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun'. Tape hiss and distortion on the louder tracks, sound effects is clear and good. Good stereo. This is a really good performance by Pink Floyd, especially 'Atom Heart Mother' and 'Cymbaline' with a long segment where PF shows of their quad sound effects. ******************************************************************************** Title: Enjoy The Silence Catalog: World Productions of Compact Music WPOCM 1190 D 066-2 Sources: Santa Monica Oct. 23 or Oct. 16 1970 Tracks: 1. Atom Heart Mother 24:33 2. Fat Old Sun 11:25 3. Cymbaline 9:13 Quality: VG- ( probably mastered from lp. ) Comments: Fat Old Sun is drawn out to twice the length and features the Floyd improvising like mad around the basic theme. Cymbaline is similarly extended and feature the famous 'footsteps' sequence, which allowed the group to show off their quadraphonic sound system. ********************************************************************* Title: Falkoner Teatret 25.09.71 (VOL.I & II) Catalog: LIFE LIVE LL CD 9102, LL CD 9103 Sources: Falkoner Teatret 25.09.71 (Denmark) Tracks: Vol.I: 1. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 2. Fat Old Sun 3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 4. Cymbaline Vol.II: 1. Echoes 2. A Saucerful Of Secrets 3. Pink Blues (Part I) Quality: VG+ (Differs between VG and Ex-) Comments: Echoes has an unusual abrupt ending (not a tape cut, but a musical ending). "Atom Heart Mother" (VOL.I) and "Pink Blues Part II" (VOL II) are listed on the cover, but are missing on the CD. The sound is somewhat "far away" as if recorded from the last row. ********************************************************************* Title: Forbidden Samples Catalog: Neutral Zone NZCD 89007 (?) Sources: Recorded live in London England 197? Except * London England 1971 (?: badly copied booklet: unreadable) Tracks: 1. Speak To Me, Breathe 2. On The Run Improvisation 3. Time 4. Breathe Reprise 5. The Great Gig In The Sky 6. Money 7. Us & Them 8. Any Colour You Like 9. Brain Damage 10. Eclipse 11. Atom Heart Mother * ********************************************************************* Title: From The Other Side Catalog: Golden Memories GM 89031 Sources: Studio rehearsals for DSoTM ? Tracks: 1. Time (alternate version) [6:06] 2. Brain Damage (alternate version) [3:25] 3. Us And Them (alternate version) [5:29] Quality: EX (studio) Comments: TIME--no solo lead guitar after "started gun"...no Breathe reprise BRAIN DAMAGE--no laughing on fade up..."lunatic is in my head" fade up is different from what precedes on record (which is chorus instead of instrumental section)..."if cloud burst..." has lead guitar not on record...no voice speech in next section, but lead guitar instead...lead guitar on end after "dark side of the moon." US AND THEM--sax solo at the beginning has a different ending... no echo on voice...sax continues under voice into second verse... into "forward he cried"...and next verse, "black and blue" (record starts at "who's who" and goes to "up and down")...sax continues into "up and down" verse and into "haven't you heard" with no voice over. On the record the sax is the same take but just mixed in and out. ********************************************************************* Title: From Underground To The Moon Catalog: DIG101 (From CD Connection list) Sources: 68 - 72 Tracks: CD 1: 1. Milky Way 3:06 - England 1968 2. Let There Be More Light 3:30 - Paris, September 7 1968 3. The Narrow Way 4:11 - London, May 12 1969 4. Green Is The Colour 5:55 - London, May 12 1969 5. The Journey 9:03 - Plumpton, August 8 1969 6. Astronomy Domine 8:48 - Essen, November 10 1969 7. Interstellar Overdrive 13:03 - Chicago, April 21 1970 8. Cymbaline 8:28 - San Francisco, April 29 1970 9. Grantchester Meadows 7:01 - London, September 16 1970 CD 2: 1. Atom Heart Mother 24:43 London, September 16 1970 2. If 4:18 - London, September 16 1970 3. Fat Old Sun 14:00 - Rome, June 20 1971 4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 6:17 - Pompeii, June 21 1971 5. Echoes 25:54 - Pompeii, June 21 1971 CD 3: 1. One Of These Days 5:16 - Pompeii, June 21 1971 2. A Saucerful Of Secrets 9:14 - Pompeii... 3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 9:50 - Pompeii... 4. Mademoiselle Nobs 1:44 - Pompeii... 5. The Dark Side Of The Moon 47:11 - Southampton, January 23 1972 Quality: (?) Comments: Rome, June 20 1971 - only (?) Concert with both Barrett and Gilmour. Pompeii, June 21 1971 - Echoes called "The Return Of The Son Of Nothing" at this time. This Pompeii Concert is NOT the Pompeii-Movie-Soundtrack. Southampton, January 23 1972 - well, this is so called recorded live (yes, with all the choruses and effects etc.) ********************************************************************* Title: The Heart Of The Sun Catalog: Triangle Records PYCD 046 Sources: Golden Hall, San Diego, U.S.A., Oct 17, 1971 Tracks: 1. Fat Old Sun [15.00] 2. Atom Heart Mother [15.15] 3. The Embryo [11.20] 4. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [12.30] 5. Cymbaline [11.23] 6. Blues [5.32] Xref: Life Could Be A Dream (LLRCD 072) Quality: GD- Comments: Fat Old Sun is good sound, relatively Distortion evident on louder tracks. Some tape hiss. ********************************************************************* Title: In The Flesh Catalog: DIYE 19 Sources: Baseball Stadium, Miami, Florida, April 22 1977 Tracks: 1. Radio ad (To promote the concert) [00:30] 2. Sheep [11:30] 3. Pigs On The Wing [01:28] 4. Pigs On The Wing #2 [02:16] 5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 1-5) [17:45] 6. Welcome To The Machine [07:58] 7. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 6-9) [22:39] Quality: VG- Comments: An audience recording. (?) ********************************************************************* Title: In The Flesh Catalog: Great Dane Records GDR CD 9103 Sources: Live at Oakland 9 May 1977 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Sheep 11:25 2. Pigs On The Wing (Part1) 02:15 3. Dogs 18:43 4. Pigs On The Wing (Part2) 03:25 5. Pigs (3 Different Ones) 17:47 6. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) 13:08 Disc 2 1. Welcome To The Machine 08:14 2. Have A Cigar 06:46 3. Wish You Were Here 06:10 4. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) 22:40 5. Money 10:38 6. Us And Them 07:52 7. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 10:18 Xref: A Great Set (3LP) Oakland Coliseum, 9/5/77 (2CD) Plays The Animals (2CD) Quality: EX- Comments: The 2 disc set comes with a very informative booklet with a discussion of the tour and shots of the band. Pigs On The Wing (Part2) has a special extended guitar solo. For this show only they played as an additional encore, Careful With That Axe, Eugene, which hadn't been played since 10/14/73. ********************************************************************* Title: In The Shadow Of Vesuvius Catalog: Neutral Zone NZCD 89016 Sources: Roman Amphitheatre, Pompeii, 1971 Tracks: 1. Echoes [25:22] 2. Careful With That Axe Eugene [6:47] 3. Saucerful Of Secrets [10:16] 4. Mademoiselle Nobs [1:54] 5. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [10:22] 6. One Of These Days [5:46] Quality: EX Comments: Very good recording, no noise, or other disturbances. ********************************************************************* Title: In The Sky Catalog: Triangle Records PYCD 044 Sources: Wembley Arena, London, England, Nov 16, 1974 (tracks 1-10) Palais des Sports, Paris, France, Jun 7, 1974 (track 11) Tracks: 1. Speak To Me 2:06 2. Breathe 2:54 3. On The Run 5:11 4. Time 6:19 5. The Great Gig In The Sky 6:26 6. Money 7:35 7. Us And Them 7:39 8. Any Colour You Like 7:25 9. Brain Damage 3:33 10. Eclipse 1:58 11. Shine On Your Crazy Diamond 19:42 Xref: Tracks 1-10 is the same recording as you get on the CD Brain Damage, CD Black Holes In The Sky. Quality: EX ( except SoYCD which is FR ) Comments: The sound quality is simply fantastic. Only once under the "Great Gig In The Sky" are there some drop-outs, but these last only a second and are therefor harmless. Rather more severe, however, are the noise on "Shine On...", the live premier from the Palais des Sports, Paris '74. It's really not worth listening to more than once - just look on it as a bonus track to 'fill up' the CD. ********************************************************************* Title: The Knebworth Tales '90 Catalog: Speedball Company SBC016 Sources: Knebworth, Hertfordshire, Saturday, June 30th, 1990 Tracks: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond 10:55 2. The Great Gig In the Sky 4:44 5:50* 3. Wish You Were Here 5:35 4. Sorrow 9:34 5. Money 9:50 6. Comfortably Numb 8:45 8. Run Like Hell 6:59 Xref: The Knebworth Concert (CD) exactly the same concert Track 5,6 and 7: Delicate Sound Of Thunder (2CD) Quality: EX- Comments: First a *WARNING*, it is only the first four tracks that are from the Knebworth concert, the rest (5,6 & 7) is taken from DSoT. They are trying to trick you to believe it's from Knebworth by putting in the speaking between track 6 and 7 as it was on the concert. This is FRAUD. But the tracks that are from the concert is quite good, it has some minor radio interferences, but it's not much. TGGITS has Claire Torry (who sang it on DSotM) singing it. Times are slightly off. This one should be avoided. ********************************************************************* Title: The Last Gadgets Of Oxyminus Catalog: World Production Of Compact Music WPOCM 8989 D 033-2 Sources: Amsterdam Concertgebouw, September 17th '69 (1-7) London, January - August '69 (8 - 10) Tracks: 1. Several Species... [7:02] 2. Biding My Time [4:32] 3. The Grandvizer's Garden Party (III, Exit) [1:13] 4. Sleep (=Cymbaline) [12:10] 5. Labyrinth [3:00] 6. Green Is The Colour [3:21] 7. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [2:35] 8. A Saucerful Of Secrets [6:36] 9. The Narrow Way [4:27] 10. Green Is The Colour [6:04] Quality: VG Comments: The person who recorded the Amsterdam-concert tells things about what the songs were, what happened on stage (drinking tea, etc.) ********************************************************************* Title: Libest Spacement Monitor Catalog: The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-027 Sources: Playhouse Theatre, London, Sept. 16, 1970 Tracks: 1. Embryo 10:15 2. Green Is The Colour 3:23 3. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 7:50 4. If 4:28 5. Atom Heart Mother 24:49 Xref: Phenomena, Rhapsody In Pink, Eclipse, Londonfields Quality: EX Comments: BBC broadcast. A brilliant CD. The best sounding record of the '70 BBC session. Carefully remastered with NoNoise to eliminate any noise from the underlying vinyl source. Only a 10-second drop-out of one stereo channel on 'Careful..' ********************************************************************* Title: Life Could Be A Dream Catalog: Living Legend Records LLRCD 072 Sources: San Diego 17 Oct 71 Tracks: 1. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [13:35] 2. Fat Old Sun [16:09] 3. Atom Heart Mother [15:36] 4. Embryo [12:16] 5. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [13:18] Quality: VG+ Comments: Although the high noise level is somewhat disturbing, the recording has a fantastic stereo perspective. It gives you a real concert feeling. Moreover, all songs are extra long and are performed very well. Unfortunately AHM is faded out. ********************************************************************* Title: Live In Montreux 1971 Catalog: Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-071-2 Sources: Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland, 18-19 Sep 71 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Echoes 24:52 2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 13:14 3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 14:52 Disc 2 1. Cymbaline 13:05 2. Atom Heart Mother 31:49 3. A Saucerful Of Secrets 21:12 Quality: VG+ Comments: Despite occasional distortion, sound quality on this CD is much better than the Mauerspechte roio, from the same year. The dates given are September 18/19; although there is no indication of which songs were recorded when. Echoes lacks its slow coda, and Atom Heart Mother features the famous "We can play out of tune" orchestra. ********************************************************************* Title: Live At Pompeii Catalog: Seagull Records CD-800/1, CD-800/2 Sources: Pompeii Spring 72 Tracks: Disc 1 1. Pompeii [1.52] 2. Echoes (Part 1) [11.43] 3. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [6.20] 4. A Saucerful Of Secrets [10.02] Disc 2 1. One Of These Days [5.40] 2. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun [10.20] 3. Brain Damage [2.02] 4. Us & Them [3.18] 5. Mademoiselle Knobs [1.50] 6. Echoes (Part 2) [13.03] Quality: VG+ Comments: Mastered from vinyl/ced-videodisc. On The Run listed on CD but not included. ********************************************************************* Title: The Live Pink Floyd Catalog: Crocodile BGCD 018 Sources: Fantasio Club in Amsterdam 9/1/68 Tracks: 1. Keep Smiling People [10:47] 2. Flaming [5.05] 3. Let There Be More Light [7.27] 4. Interstellar Overdrive [11.14] Quality: PR ( muffled sound and too much noise ) Comments: Keep Smiling People is Careful With That Axe, Eugene, and Interstellar Overdrive is close to the original Piper version. *********************************************************************

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