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Pink Floyd / Syd Barrett
« on: December 07, 2019, 11:56:56 PM »

Ummagumma (Pink Floyd, Released 1969)

Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii ist ein Musikfilm aus dem Jahre 1972 von Adrian Maben, der die britische Band Pink Floyd bei der Aufführung von sechs ihrer Songs im Amphitheater in Pompeji, Italien zeigt. ... |
Pink Floyd - Echoes (Part 1) - Live at Pompei 1972

Mix - Cymbaline

Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-7) [1975]

Echoes |

Pink Floyd - More Blues Live at Montreux (1970)
Pink Floyd Archives 1970. Remastered 2002
Daniel Alessandri, 2017: Wow Fat Old Sun live version is better than the studio. |

Pink Floyd - Fat Old Sun (BBC)
Fat Old Sun - written and sung by David Gilmour. This song was performed live by Pink Floyd in 1970-1971.

Echoes (BBC Radio Session, 30 September 1971)

BBC Transcription Services - Vintage Pink Floyd 1970-71

Pink Floyd - Hamburg 1971 Live on TV

Pink Floyd - Let There Be More Light - 1968/09/07 - Le Bilboquet - Paris

Very Best of Syd Barrett (Pink Floyd and Solo work)

Syd Barrett - Have You Got it Yet? - CD One - Full Album

The Madcap Laughs ist das Debüt-Solo-Album des Singer-Songwriters Syd Barrett aus dem Jahr 1970. Das Album wurde aufgenommen, nachdem Barrett Pink Floyd, deren Mitbegründer und Frontman er war, 1968 verlassen hatte.

Pink Floyd - Beginnings 1967-1972
BBC 4 Broadcast Sat 17 Jun 2017
Astronomy Domine ("Look Of The Week", BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd’s Bush, London, 14May67)
Jugband Blues (Central Office of Information, Promo Film, Dec67)
Paintbox ("Discorama", filmed at ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris, 21Feb68, broadcast by ORTF on 03Mar68)
Improv ("The Sound Of Change", filmed in Barnes Common, London, 26Mar68, broadcast by BBC on 10Sep68)
It Would Be So Nice extract ("Rome Goes Pop", filmed in Pipers Club, Rome, 06May68, broadcast by BBC on 18May68)
Roger Waters interview ("Tienerklanken", filmed at Kastival '68 Festival, Kasterlee, 31Aug68, broadcast by BRT on 08Oct68)
Flaming ("Tous en Scène", filmed at Chapiteau du Kremlin-Bicêtre, Paris, 30Oct68, broadcast by ORTF on 26Nov68)
Let There Be More Light ("Surprise Partie", filmed at Le Bilboquet, Paris, 07Sep68, broadcast by ORTF on 31Dec68)
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun ("Forum Musiques", filmed at ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris, 22Jan69, broadcast by ORTF on 15Feb69)
Careful With That Axe, Eugene (filmed at the Essener Pop & Blues Festival, Grugahalle, Essen, 11Oct69, broadcast by ARD on 27Dec69)
Green Is The Colour ("An Hour With Pink Floyd", filmed in Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, 28Apr70, broadcast by KQED on 26Jan71)
Atom Heart Mother rehearsals (filmed at Musik-Forum Ossiachersee, Villach, 01Jul71)
Atom Heart Mother (Funky Dung / Remergence) ("pop Deux", filmed at Festival de Saint Tropez, 08Aug70, broadcast by ORTF on 10Oct70)
Improv ("Roland Petit Special", filmed at ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris, 05Dec70, broadcast by ORTF on 03Jan71)
Whot's... Uh The Deal (pictures taken at Château d'Hérouville, Feb72)
Pink Floyd released their first single in 1967, and as their popularity around the world grew, they increasingly travelled outside the UK to perform live shows and make TV appearances. After The Dark Side of the Moon became a global smash, the band concentrated on the creative freedom of live performance, leaving the world of TV behind, but now, after painstaking research, tapes of those early historic appearances have been tracked down and compiled into a fascinating hour of early Pink Floyd.
With front man Syd Barrett, they perform Astronomy Domine and Jugband Blues, and after Syd's departure, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason can be seen playing a full range of their eclectic material, from out and out pop in It Would Be So Nice, through instrumental improvisations, collaboration with choir and orchestra on Atom Heart Mother and enduring rock material like Wot's...Uh The Deal.
Beginnings 1967-1972 tracks the fascinating gestation of one of the world's most creative and heralded groups in the less well-known period that preceded the triumphs of The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here and The Wall.

Ummagumma (Full Album) - Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd - Fingal's Cave (1970)
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« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2019, 02:48:45 PM »
Pink Floyd - "Grantchester Meadows" "A Pillow of Winds"
acoustic guitar played by Waters himself,a pastoral and dream-like scene
"Grantchester Meadows" is the second track from the studio disc of the experimental Pink Floyd album Ummagumma. It was written and performed entirely by Roger Waters.
"A Pillow of Winds" is the second track from Pink Floyd's 1971 album Meddle.
Roger Waters wrote the melody and lyrics.[3] This song also features slide guitar work by Gilmour, as well as a fretless bass,[3played by Waters.

Pink Floyd - " Remember a Day "
Performed live only twice; as an encore in May 1968,

Pink Floyd ~ Cymbaline ~ LIVE 9/17/69

Pink Floyd - Corrosion
Classic Floyd on  Show Roland Petit -- recorded December 1970 broadcast January 1971.

Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (Live at Palazzo dello Sport)
On May 6th, 1968, Pink Floyd performed at the Palazzo dello Sport, in Rome, Italy. I've seen two or three copies of this video on YouTube, but mine is in the highest quality, I believe. The others have cropped sides and bad audio quality, with quite blurry visuals that you'd only see in a 144p video.
Here's the infamous "Interstellar Overdrive", played by the post Syd Barrett Pink Floyd. David Gilmour played all of what Syd would usually play. The original version is 9 minutes and 40 seconds, and lives on "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" album, released in 1967.

Pink Floyd - Cymbaline [2011 Remastered]

Pink Floyd - A pillow of winds
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