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vendredi 23 janvier 1970

Pink Floyd
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The Man and The Journey

Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, France

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Je n'y étais pas.

Ce soir là j'étais scotché devant mon "poste à transistors" armé de mon petit magnétophone à bande.
Je ne l'ai pas vu, mais c'est surement mon premier concert en direct.

Je n'ai pas souvenir de ce qui est passé après l'interview de Gilmour, si il y avait eu une deuxième partie, je l'aurais enregistré.

Michel Lancelot

Michel Lancelot (1938-01-17/1984-02-25) fut écrivain, journaliste, animateur de télévision et de radio et acteur.

- à la radio :
* "Campus" de 8:00 à 10:30 entre 1968 et 1972 sur Europe 1. Contre-culture, discussion, jazz, rock… La radio jeune sans tabous. L'underground...

- à la télévision :
* "Tempo" (ORTF, 1970 ?)
* "A bout portant" (ORTF, 1973/74/75 ?)
* "Un jour futur" sur Antenne 2 à partir de 1975 (tous les samedi après midi).

- au cinéma :
* Il joue le rôle d'un professeur d'histoire dans le film d'Anna Karina : Vivre ensemble (1973).

- Il a écrit :
* Anton Bruckner : l'homme et son oeuvre, Seghers, coll. Musiciens de tous les temps, Paris, 1964
* Je veux regarder Dieu en face : vie, mort et résurrection des hippies, Albin Michel, Paris, 1968
* Campus : violence ou non-violence, Albin Michel, Paris, 1971
* Le jeune lion dort avec ses dents : génies et faussaires de la contre-culture, Albin Michel, Paris, 1974
* Julien des fauves : roman, Albin Michel, Paris, 1979

Brian Auger Tiger : Generique de Campus


Mon premier Rock and Folk No 27 Mars 1969 achete pour les Beatles et Lancelot en couverture

Matos...1970...2008

Philips L3 X 42 TGELOSO G257 (4,75 cm/s, 80-6500Hz)


Sony TC-377 (30  9000Hz  4,75 cm/s) > Archos AV320

The Man and The Journey




La chronique du concert se trouve dans le No 38 pages 46 à 49 (mars 70, à noter l'erreur d'année sur ce No 38).
(auteur : André Maurice, illustrations : JP Vielfaure, JP Leloir)
p13 (Lyon)p15a (Lyon)p15b (Lyon)p29 (courrier des lecteurs)
On trouve dans ce numéro la chronique du concert de Lyon (2 février)
et un "courrier des lecteurs" qui en dit long sur l'ambiance des concerts de l'époque.

Programmes et annonces

Highslide JS

Discographie / Discography

Pink Floyd


Umma Gumma

1969
Umma Gumma

Atom Heart Mother

1970
Atom Heart Mother

Meddle

1971
Meddle

Line Up

David Gilmour : Guitars, Voices
Nick Mason : Drums, Percussions
Roger Waters : Bass, Guitars, Vocals
Richard Wright : Keyboards, Voices

Allées O Venues

Pink Floyd

1968

1001968-06-25 BBC Studios, London, England01

1969

7001969The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes (Reconstructed) 01
17+[PFA]1969-01-10 Fishmonger s Arms, London, England
18+[PFA]1969-01-12 Mother s Club, Birmingham, England
19+[PFA]1969-01-18 London College of Printing, London, England
20+[PFA]1969-01-22 ORTF Studios, Paris, France
21+[PFA]1969-01-25 69 Club, Isle of Wight, England
22+[PFA]1969-02-12 Cardiff Inter-college Charities Appeal, Cardiff, Wales
23+[PFA]1969-02-14 Edward Herbert Building, Loughborough, England
24+[PFA]1969-02-15 Junior Common Room, York, England
25+[PFA]1969-02-16 Younger Hall, Saint Andrews, Scotland
26+[PFA]1969-02-17 The Bay Hotel, Sunderland, England
27+[PFA]1969-02-18 Main Debating Hall, Manchester, England
28+[PFA]1969-02-21 Alhambra Theatre, Bordeaux, France
29+[PFA]1969-02-24 The Dome, Brighton, England
30+[PFA]1969-02-25 Marlowe Theater, Kent, England
31+[PFA]1969-02-26 New Cavendish Ballroom, Edinburgh, Scotland
32+[PFA]1969-02-27 The Maryland, Glasgow, Scotland
33+[PFA]1969-02-28 Queen Elizabeth College, London, England
34+[PFA]1969-03-01 University College, London, England
35+[PFA]1969-03-03 Victoria Rooms, Bristol, England
36+[PFA]1969-03-08 The New Union, Reading, England
37+[PFA]1969-03-11 Lawns Center, Cottingham, England
38+[PFA]1969-03-14 The Van Dike Club, Plymouth, England
39+[PFA]1969-03-15 Kee Club, Glamorgan, Wales
40+[PFA]1969-03-19 The Refectory, Swansea, Wales
41+[PFA]1969-03-21 Empress Ballroom, Blackpool, England
42+[PFA]1969-03-22 Refectory Hall, Leeds, England
43+[PFA]1969-03-24 The Dome, Brighton, England
1+The Man and The Journey not performed1969-03-27 St James s Hall, Chesterfield, England
44+[PFA]1969-04-12 Leas Cliff Hall, Kent, England
180+First performance of The Man and The Journey1969-04-14 Royal Festival Hall, London, England01
600+[neptunePF]1969-04-16 Technical College, Bromley, England
31969-04-19 SDR TV Villaberg TV Studios, Stuttgart, Germany
41969-04-23 NDR Funkhaus, Hamburg, Germany
5+The Man and The Journey not performed1969-04-26 Bromley Technical College, London, England
6+The Man and The Journey not performed1969-04-27 Mothers, Birmingham, England
7+Shows recorded for Ummagumma1969-05-02 Manchester College of Commerce, Manchester, England
8+The Man and The Journey not performed1969-05-03 Queen Mary College, London, England
1821969-05-09 University, Southampton, England01
91969-05-10 Notts County F.C., Nottingham, England
185+The Man and The Journey not performed1969-05-12 BBC Session, London, England01
101969-05-15 Locarno Ballroom, Coventry, England
1901969-05-16 Town Hall, Leeds, England
45+[PFA]1969-05-17 Lanchester College, Lanchester, England
2001969-05-24 City Hall, Sheffield, England
111969-05-25 Roundhouse, London, England
121969-05-29 HTV TV Studios (Fusions), Bristol, England
2101969-05-30 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, England
131969-05-31 Pembroke College, Oxford, England
2201969-06-08 Rex Cinema, Cambridge, England
2301969-06-10 Belfast, Ireland
141969-06-13 University of Exeter, Exeter, England
2401969-06-14 Colston Hall, Bristol, England
2501969-06-15 Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth, England
2601969-06-16 The Brighton Dome, Brighton, England
2701969-06-20 Town Hall, Birmingham, England
2801969-06-21 Royal Philharmonic, Liverpool, England
2901969-06-22 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England01
151969-06-24 The Queen s College, Oxford, England
300+Rick Wright played the Hall s pipe organ1969-06-26 Royal Albert Hall, London, England01
601+[neptunePF]1969-06-27 The Van Dike Club, Plymouth, England
46+[PFA]1969-06-28 Winter Gardens Pavillion, Weston Super Mare, England
47+[PFA]1969-06-30 Top Rank Suite, Glamorgan, Wales
48+[PFA]1969-07-04 Selby, England
49+[PFA]1969-07-20 Studio 5, London, England
50+[PFA]1969-07-22 SDR TV Villa Berg Studios, Stuttgart, Germany
51+[PFA]1969-07-24 Netherland 1 TV Studios, Zaandam, Netherlands
52+[PFA]1969-07-25 Netherland 1 TV Studios, Zaandam, Netherlands
53+[PFA]1969-08-01 Van Dike Club, Plymouth, England
4001969-08-08 Plumpton Festival, Plumpton, England01
425+The Man and The Journey not performed1969-08-09 The Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands01
54+[PFA]1969-09-13 Rainsbrook, Rugby, England
450+Rick Wright played the theatre s pipe organ1969-09-17 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands01
55+[PFA]1969-09-19 Grote Zaal, Rotterdam, Netherlands
56+[PFA]1969-09-20 De Jong, Groningen, Netherlands
57+[PFA]1969-09-21 Het Kolpinghuis, Nijmegen, Netherlands
161969-09-24 Staargebouw, Maastricht, Netherlands
58+[PFA]1969-09-24 Stadsgehoorzaal, Leiden, Netherlands
59+[PFA]1969-09-25 Staargebouw, Maastricht, Netherlands
60+[PFA]1969-09-26 Theater 140, Brussels, Belgium
61+[PFA]1969-09-27 Theater 140, Brussels, Belgium
62+[PFA]1969-09-28 Theater 140, Brussels, Belgium
63+[PFA]1969-10-03 Debating Hall, Edgbaston, England
64+[PFA]1969-10-04 New Union, Reading, England
65+[PFA]1969-10-10 University of Loughborough, Loughborough, England
66+[PFA]1969-10-11 Gruga Halle, Essen, Germany
67+[PFA]1969-10-18 University College, London, England
602+[neptunePF]1969-10-24 Locarno Ballroom, Sunderland, England
4551969-10-25 Festival D Amougies, Amougies, Belgium01
68+[PFA]1969-11-01 Main Debating Hall, Manchester, England
69+[PFA]1969-11-07 Main Hall, London, England
70+[PFA]1969-11-08 Refectory Hall, Leeds, England
71+[PFA]1969-11-26 Queensway Hall, Dunstable, England
72+[PFA]1969-11-27 Mountford Hall, Liverpool, England
73+[PFA]1969-11-28 Refectory Hall, Uxbridge, England
74+[PFA]1969-11-30 The Lyceum, London, England
75+[PFA]1969-12-06 AFAN Lido Indoor Sports Centre, Port Talbot, Wales01

1970

76+[PFA]1970-01-10 The Ballroom, Beeston, England
77+[PFA]1970-01-17 Lawns Center, Cottingham, England
78+[PFA]1970-01-18 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, England
79+[PFA]1970-01-19 The Dome, Brighton, England
500X1970-01-23 Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France01 / 02 / 03 / 04 / 05 / 06
5011970-01-24 Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France
5051970-02-02 Palais Des Sports, Lyon, France
603+[neptunePF]1970-02-05 Sophia Gardens Pavilion, Cardiff, Wales
604+[neptunePF]1970-02-07 Royal Albert Hall, London, England
605+[neptunePF]1970-02-08 Opera House, Manchester, England
606+[neptunePF]1970-02-11 Town Hall, Birmingham, England
607+[neptunePF]1970-02-14 Kings Hall, Stoke On Trent, England
608+[neptunePF]1970-02-15 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, England
609+[neptunePF]1970-02-17 City Hall, Newcastle, England
610+[neptunePF]1970-02-22 Electric Garden, Glasgow, Scotland
611+[neptunePF]1970-02-23 University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
612+[neptunePF]1970-02-28 Leeds University, Leeds, England
613+[neptunePF]1970-03-05 BBC TV Centre, London, England
614+[neptunePF]1970-03-06 Imperial College, London, England
615+[neptunePF]1970-03-07 Colston Hall, Bristol, England
616+[neptunePF]1970-03-08 Mothers Club, Birmingham, England
617+[neptunePF]1970-03-09 City Hall, Sheffield, England
618+[neptunePF]1970-03-11 Stadthalle, Offenbach, Germany
619+[neptunePF]1970-03-12 Hamburg University, Hamburg, Germany
621+[neptunePF]1970-03-13 Audimax der Technische University, Berlin, Germany
622+[neptunePF]1970-03-14 Meistersinger Halle, Nürnberg, Germany
623+[neptunePF]1970-03-15 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover, Germany
624+[neptunePF]1970-03-19 Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden
625+[neptunePF]1970-03-20 Akademiska Foreningens Stora Sal, Lund, Sweden
626+[neptunePF]1970-03-21 Tivolis Koncertsal, Copenhagen, Denmark
627+[neptunePF]1970-03-30 Hall des Expositions, Le Bourget, France
628+[neptunePF]1970-04-09 Fillmore East, New York, NY, US
629+[neptunePF]1970-04-10 Five Stages, Chicago, IL, US
630+[neptunePF]1970-04-11 State University of New York, Long Island, NY, US
631+[neptunePF]1970-04-12 Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA, US
632+[neptunePF]1970-04-16 Fillmore East, New York, NY, US
633+[neptunePF]1970-04-17 The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA, US
634+[neptunePF]1970-04-18 The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA, US
635+[neptunePF]1970-04-22 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, US
636+[neptunePF]1970-04-24 Easttown Theater, Detroit, MI, US
637+[neptunePF]1970-04-25 Easttown Theater, Detroit, MI, US
638+[neptunePF]1970-04-29 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, US
639+[neptunePF]1970-04-30 KQED TV Studios, San Francisco, CA, US
640+[neptunePF]1970-05-01 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, US
641+[neptunePF]1970-05-06 University of California, Los Angeles, CA, US
642+[neptunePF]1970-05-09 Terrance Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT, US
643+[neptunePF]1970-05-12 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA, US
644+[neptunePF]1970-05-15 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA, US
645+[neptunePF]1970-05-16 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA, US
646+[neptunePF]1970-06-27 Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, England
647+[neptunePF]1970-06-28 Kralingse Bos, Rotterdam, Netherlands
648+[neptunePF]1970-07-12 Soerser Stadium, Aachen, Germany
649+[neptunePF]1970-07-16 Paris Cinema, London, England
650+[neptunePF]1970-07-18 Hyde Park, London, England
651+[neptunePF]1970-07-22 University of Essex, Colchester, England
652+[neptunePF]1970-07-26 Antibes, Juan les Pins, France
653+[neptunePF]1970-08-08 Les Arenas, Saint Tropez, France
654+[neptunePF]1970-08-12 Les Arenas, Saint Raphaël, France
655+[neptunePF]1970-08-31 Charlton Park, Bishopsbourne, England
656+[neptunePF]1970-09-12 Bois de Vincennes, Paris, France
657+[neptunePF]1970-09-26 The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA, US
659+[neptunePF]1970-09-27 Fillmore East, New York, NY, US
660+[neptunePF]1970-10-01 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR, US
661+[neptunePF]1970-10-02 Moore Theater, Seattle, WA, US
662+[neptunePF]1970-10-03 Moore Theater, Seattle, WA, US
663+[neptunePF]1970-10-04 Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA, US
664+[neptunePF]1970-10-06 Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA, US
665+[neptunePF]1970-10-07 Gardens Arena, Vancouver, Canada
666+[neptunePF]1970-10-08 Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, Canada
667+[neptunePF]1970-10-09 Sales Pavilion Annex, Edmonton, Canada
668+[neptunePF]1970-10-10 Centennial Auditorium, Saskatoon, Canada
669+[neptunePF]1970-10-11 Centre of the Arts, Regina, Canada
670+[neptunePF]1970-10-13 Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Canada
671+[neptunePF]1970-10-15 Terrance Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT, US
672+[neptunePF]1970-10-16 Pepperland Auditorium, San Rafael, CA, US
673+[neptunePF]1970-10-17 Pepperland Auditorium, San Rafael, CA, US
674+[neptunePF]1970-10-18 University College of San Diego, San Diego, CA, US
675+[neptunePF]1970-10-21 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, US
676+[neptunePF]1970-10-23 Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, US
677+[neptunePF]1970-10-25 The Tea Party, Boston, MA, US
678+[neptunePF]1970-11-06 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands
679+[neptunePF]1970-11-07 Grote Zaal, Rotterdam, Netherlands
680+[neptunePF]1970-11-11 Konserthuset, Göteborg, Sweden
682+[neptunePF]1970-11-12 Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark
683+[neptunePF]1970-11-13 Vejlby-Risskov Hallen, Aarhus, Denmark
684+[neptunePF]1970-11-14 Merck Halle, Hamburg, Germany
685+[neptunePF]1970-11-21 Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland
686+[neptunePF]1970-11-22 Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland
687+[neptunePF]1970-11-25 Friedrich Ebert Halle, Ludwigshafen, Germany
688+[neptunePF]1970-11-26 Killesberghalle, Stuttgart, Germany
689+[neptunePF]1970-11-27 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover, Germany
690+[neptunePF]1970-11-28 Saarlandhalle, Saarbrücken, Germany
691+[neptunePF]1970-11-29 Circus Crone, München, Germany
692+[neptunePF]1970-12-04 ORTF TV Studios, Paris, France
693+[neptunePF]1970-12-05 ORTF TV Studios, Paris, France
694+[neptunePF]1970-12-11 The Big Apple, Brighton, England
695+[neptunePF]1970-12-12 Roundhouse, London, England
696+[neptunePF]1970-12-18 Town Hall, Birmingham, England
697+[neptunePF]1970-12-20 Colston Hall, Bristol, England
698+[neptunePF]1970-12-21 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England
699+[neptunePF]1970-12-22 City Hall, Sheffield, England

Enregistrements

(100/1) Pink Floyd, 1968-06-25, BBC Studios, London, England

Audio/flac, ?/?, (?)

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Notes

My contribution to the memorial posts. RIP Rick Wright, you'll be missed.

Pink Floyd
---------- ---
"Celestial Voices"
Rover Records (RR CD 002)

Source: Dime post by Darkcycle - thanks !!
Pink Floyd_Celestial Voices_1969-08-09_BBC1968-69_(DeGlitched)[SHN].torrent
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=178623

Which was a beautifully de-clicked version of this Dime post:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=178092

Taken from silver bootleg CD: "Celestial Voices."
Ripped with EAC.

Lineage: Silvers > EAC > SHN

Additional lineage,
Tracks 1-8, 11 and 12: SHN > WAV (CEP2.1 deglitching) > TLH (SBEs fixed) > SHN (MKW)

Changes Made (Nero 7): SHN > MKW > Nero > FlacFrontend (level 6)

Paradiso tracks:
Fixed phase offset by moving left channel +0.15msec
- Balance centred
- More bass and drums more dynamic
Noise print NR at very lowest possible setting
- Noise and hum lessened, but not totally eliminated
- More bass and fuller sound
Cross faded tracks by 1sec to smooth transitions

1969 session tracks:
This is a mono recording with a better sounding, higher level right channel
- Remixed with both channels 100% right channel
- Fuller sound
Noise print NR at very lowest possible setting
- Hum lessened, noise only lowered a little
Deleted little silences and small glitches at beginning / end of tracks
Cross faded tracks by 1sec to smooth transitions

1968 session tracks:
No change at all, excellent sounding mono, you don't need these if you got the original.


Quality: As good as you'll hear from any of this era Pink Floyd posts
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The original was very good sounding with Darkcyle doing a great job on the glitches, but the
live tracks were very phasey and the 1969 session was actually mono with a false impression of
slight stereo due to the duller left channel, so I fixed all this, whilst leaving the 1968 mono
session alone...

...Enjoy !!

(TomP) Remaster on Dime (Oct 2008)

Original Info >>>>

-The Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (August 9, 1969)
01. Interstellar Overdrive (Segment)
02. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
03. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
04. A Saucerful Of Secrets

-BBC Session, Paris Cinema, London, England (May 12, 1969)
05. Daybreak (Grantchester Meadows)
06. Nightmare (Cymbaline)
07. The Beginning (Green Is The Colour) / Beset By Creatures Of The Deep (Careful With That Axe, Eugene)
08. The Narrow Way (Part 3)

-BBC Studios, 201 Piccadilly, London, England (June 25, 1968)
09. 'Top Gear' Introduction
10. The Murderotic Woman (Careful With That Axe, Eugene)
11. The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules (A Saucerful Of Secrets)
12. Let There Be More Light
13. Julia Dream
14. 'Top Gear' Conclusion

Notes:

The BBC Recordings here do indeed sound better than those included on the current Harvested
Rev.A release of BBC Archives 1967-1969 (HRV CDR 008)! Nice upgrade! Though, MOB did find
evidence that some of the BBC 1969 tracks may have been processed. I kept the Spectral View of
Track 7 that Ron Toon posted, together with this SHN set.

The only unfortunate thing is that there were a number of crackle/pops, most obvious on Track 5,
but other tracks were affected as well. I had to fix these, I felt it was worth the effort.

I ended up fixing the pops/snaps on ten tracks (1-8, 11 and 12). Some 'pops' were VERY minor,
others were quite obvious, like the ones during the first bit of Track 5, 'Daybreak (Grantchester
Meadows)'.

I extracted the SHNs to WAV, then used Cool Edit Pro v2.1 to manually remove the digital pops, I
aligned on sector boundaries with Traders Little Helper and reSHNed with MKW Audio Compression
Toolkit. New ST5 Checksum created with TLH - Jan. 9, 2008.


Notes by MOB (from a post on Dime 2008-01-08 21:08:18 GMT):

The 1969 BBC session torrented here is an obvious upgrade compared to HRV CDR 008 Rev.A, but we
already have an even better source for this session (the versions of BBC69 here have excellent
sound quality, but spectral analysis reveals some kind of compression - high frequencies were
"cleaned" by some compression process, maybe mp3). The source we have sounds slightly more
natural and has a pure frequency range.

For the 1968 BBC session, the tracks here were directly taken from the "master" version of John
Peel 11Aug68 show torrented here some years ago (this torrent also included tracks by Tim Rose,
Leonard Cohen...). The volume has been normalised for the present RoIO but apart from that they
are strictly the same. And for the quality, with the exception of Massed Gadgets which is an
obvious upgrade compared to HRV CDR 008 Rev.A, the gain in sound quality it's not so obvious for
the 3 remaining 1968 songs. The "master" versions here have pure spectral characteristics, so
they are probably from a direct transfer from BBC masters, but the tapes appear to have suffered
with the years and there is a lot of tape warble, especially during Murderotic Woman (the exact
title announced by John Peel) and Julia Dream. These tape flaws are NOT present on the
corresponding HRV versions, that were taken from excellent sources (probably 1st gen). So you
have the choice between a direct transfer from slightly "damaged" BBC masters (the current torrent)
and the HRV versions from an older transfer, done before the tapes began to reveal their age.

It's a matter of taste of course, but personnally I don't consider the 1968 tracks as upgrades
(except Massed Gadgets), I prefer the HRV versions for their clarity and the absence of tape warble.
The HRV versions are much brighter and more pleasant to my ears. This is an example where "master" does
not directly mean better sound quality; sound quality depends on the age of the master at the time of
the transfer (in other words, a well preserved 1st gen can sometimes have less flaws than a recent
transfer of a "damaged" master).

Cheers!

- MOB

[Seems a Rev.B of HRV CDR 008 is in our future!]

Other Notes:

'Celestial Voices' is a brand new (2007) bootleg from Rover Records. They offer a recently
uncovered, lost recording from August 9, 1969. According to a review at boot-review.com:

The first four songs come from a recently surfaced soundboard tape of a recording made of Pink
Floyd at the Paradiso in Amsterdam on August 9, 1969. The band's set was professionally recorded
with the intention of broadcast on Hilversum 3 Radio. When this tape first surfaced it was said
there was a malfunction with the microphone for the vocals and the band were forced to play the
songs as instrumentals. This isn't exactly accurate because Waters does still sing in Set The
Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, Careful With That Axe, Eugene, and in the latter part of A
Saucerful Of Secrets. The vocals are present but barely audible.

Neither the audience nor the band seems to notice this and it leads one to the conclusion that
the band's PA wasn't malfunctioning but the radio station's equipment was. Since the tape was
unusable for the radio, Pink Floyd returned to Amsterdam the following month and were recorded
by Hilversum 3 again on September 17th 1969 at the Concertgebouw, the famous The Man And The
Journey tape.

The versions of the two other shows (May 12, 1969 and June 25, 1968) on the Celestial Voices boot are
equally brilliant. The show at the Paris Cinema in London on May 12 precedes the Malaysian riots by
one day. The last tune played that day was called The Narrow Way. It's chilling how it can describe
the political fortunes of both Malaysia and Singapore.

This period of Pink Floyd was also their most liberating with all four members equally in charge
and contributing. By the time Dark Side Of The Moon was made, Roger Waters was in control.
- The Little Chicken

(700/1) Pink Floyd, 1969, The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes (Reconstructed)

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Pink Floyd
'The Massed Gadgets Of Auximenes (Reconstructed)' [SBD@320]
(Soniclovenoize 'The Man & The Journey' Studio Reconstruction)
The September 2017 Upgrade

Studio Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Side A:
01. Daybreak, Pt 1
02. Work
03. Afternoon
04. Doing It!
05. Sleeping
06. Nightmare
07. Daybreak, Pt 2
Side B:
08. The Beginning
09. Beset By Creatures of the Deep
10. The Narrow Way
11. The Pink Jungle
12. The Labyrinths of Auximenes
13. Behold The Temple of Light
14. The End of The Beginning

After the release of Pink Floyd’s The Early Years anthology—especially the Dramatis/ation volume—I reevaluated this previous reconstruction, contemplating if it could be improved upon. And I found I could! This is an upgrade to a studio reconstruction of the never-recorded experimental performance piece of “The Man and The Journey”, often titled The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes. This reconstruction attempts to present a version of the performance that would have taken the place of the More soundtrack and Ummagumma album, only utilizing studio recordings and condensing the performance down to two sides of a vinyl album. -Original

The upgrades to this September 2017 edition are:
“Careful of that Axe Eugene” is used for “Beset by Creatures of the Deep” instead of “Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up”
“Main Theme” is used for “The Pink Jungle” instead of the live version of “Syncopated Pandemonium”
“The Grand Vizier’s Garden Party II” is used for “The Labyrinths of Auximenes” instead of the live version of “Interstellar Overdrive”
A new, longer edit of “Behold The Temple of Light" was created.
“Cirrus Minor” is used for “The End of The Beginning” instead of the live version of “Celestial Voices”.

Musical soul-searching was the predominant mindset in 1969 for Pink Floyd. The previous year had seen the band attempt to mimic their former bandleader’s singles-oriented approach to psyche-pop with their second release A Saucerful of Secrets as well as the single releases “It Would Be So Nice” and “Point Me At the Sky”. While both singles failed to make any significant chart impact, it was actually the latter’s instrumental b-side “Careful With That Axe Eugene” that garnished some underground FM-radio play, prompting the band to make it a live staple. Following the cues of their audience’s reaction to the one-off track, Pink Floyd switched gears and focused on what the remaining four members could do the best without Syd Barrett: sprawling, experimental psychedelic jams.

The perfect opportunity to test these waters came in February 1969, recording the soundtrack for the film More at Pyre Studios in London. For several months, the band tracked a few songs and a number of musical themes for director Barbet Schroeder that ranged from Pink Floyd’s typical space rock to pastoral ballads, from exotic influences to even proto-metal hard rock. The soundtrack album was released in June and while not a critical nor commercial success, several of the album’s highlights were added to their current set, including “Green is The Colour” and “Cymbaline”. But More was not all; by then Pink Floyd had also been working on their own proper follow-up to A Saucerful of Secrets.

That Spring, each member of Pink Floyd entered Abbey Road studios alone to record solo material, intended to be collected together as the next Pink Floyd album. Although Nick Mason and Richard Wright’s material was largely instrumental and experimental, Roger Water’s and David Gilmour’s material each featured a song that had already been performed live with the full band, “Grantchester Meadows” and “The Narrow Way”. Paired with exquisite live recordings from The Mothers Club on April 27th and the Manchester College of Commerce on May 2nd, Ummagumma was released in October and cemented Pink Floyd’s status as a cult band, prepared to push rock’s envelope, even without hit singles.

While both More and Ummagumma tell a story of Pink Floyd’s progress in 1969, it is not the complete story. With new and original material spread across two separate albums essentially recorded simultaneously, as well as another two albums-worth of material in their back pocket, the band pondered how to present the material in a cohesive live setting beyond the typical rock band performance. Choosing to cull the highlights from both projects as well as their favorite instrumental jams from The Piper at the Gates of Dawn and A Saucerful of Secrets (as well as the b-side that was the catalyst for it all), Pink Floyd designed a series of performances from April to June, sometimes entitled The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes but usually titled “The Man and The Journey”.

“The Man & The Journey” was arranged as two 40-minute movements, and utilized the newly-built Azimuth Coordinator, a primitive incarnation of a surround sound system which played pre-recorded samples meant to fit into the performances itself. The first set—called “The Man”—seemed to follow the events of a typical person throughout his mundane, British, post-Industrial life. The set included the members of Pink Floyd actually building a table on-stage (to represent ‘Work’) and being served tea (to represent ‘Teatime’). The concept, as explained by Gilmour, was inspired by graffiti near Paddington Station, which said “Get up, go to work, come home, go to bed, get up, go to work, come home, go to bed, [repeated]... How much longer can you keep this up? How much longer before you crack?”

The concept of the second set is less clearly defined and seemed to be largely instrumental and improvisational. Called “The Journey”, sketches from the performances’ playbill—and even the songs themselves—seem to suggest the piece follows a pilgrim’s quest. A member of Pink Floyd’s crew even appeared in a sea creature’s costume, moving through the audience and appearing on-stage near the end of the set. Is there some greater meaning or metaphor beyond this? Is this the Man’s own spiritual journey through existence? Knowing Pink Floyd’s conceptual pretensions, that very well might be the case. But Pink Floyd has never given any hints of what the journey nor its prize was, the task apparently left to the imaginations of the listeners. My own interpretation is that “The Journey” is the evolution of agricultural mankind into industrial mankind, the quest for knowledge and technology; while there isn’t an actual Greek name Auximines, it could be stemmed from the Latin auxiliaris (to help) and the first
pharaoh of Egypt, Menes (whose name translates to “he who endures”), literally a metaphor for the king (of humanity) who is assisted by gadgets (our technology) as he endures (history).

After two seasons of performances of “The Man & The Journey” which concluded with a penultimate performance in Amsterdam on September 17th professionally recorded by VPRO Radio, Pink Floyd retired the conceptual pieces in time for Ummagumma’s release in October. Unfortunately, the music assembled as “The Man & The Journey” was never formally recorded in the studio, suggesting that it was simply a way for the band to present the disparaging More and Ummagumma material in a live setting, rather than “The Man & The Journey” being the true genesis of either albums. But is there a way to construct a studio version of “The Man & The Journey”, to condense and create some sort of conceptual order to Pink Floyd’s 1969 output?

My reconstruction of “The Man & The Journey” will have two rules. The first (which I regretfully broke when I originally reconstructed this album a few years ago) is that only studio material recorded in this era will be allowed. This will exclude both live material and anything after 1969. The problem that arises from this rule is that some of these pieces (“Work” and “Behold The Temple of Light”, for example) were never properly recorded by Pink Floyd. The solution to this is in the second rule: we will substitute some unavailable tracks for other similar ones, assuming they are still from this same era. Likewise we will try to avoid using previously-released tracks (“Pow R Toc H” or any section of “A Saucerful of Secrets”, for example) so that this album reconstruction can fit into any continuity you desire. The Azimuth Coordinator sound effects are also omitted, as I believe it fits better for a live performance rather than a studio album. I also chose to condense each set to fit on its own side of an LP, limited to 24 minutes. -Original

Side A—The Man—remains unaltered from my previous version of this reconstruction. The Man wakes at “Daybreak” (“Grantchester Meadows” from Ummagumma) and then goes to “Work (since this musical piece was never recorded by Pink Floyd, we will use a similar-sounding track, “Sysyphus Part III” from Ummagumma). “Tea Time” is omitted from my reconstruction, as it seemed more of a performance piece and less effective as an album recording. “Afternoon” follows (“Biding My Time” from Relics), as well as the track “Doing It!” meant to represent sexual intercourse (often a Nick Mason drum solo, Pink Floyd often used either “Up the Khyber”, “Syncopated Pandemonium” or “The Grand Vizier’s Garden Party (Entertainment)” for this; here I use the later from Ummagumma). Next the Man falls asleep (using an edited version of “Quicksilver” from More) and slips into a “Nightmare” (as represented by “Cymbaline” also from More). The side concludes with the Man waking from his dream to the next day’s “Daybreak” (a short edit of "Grantchester Meadows").

Side B—The Journey—begins with the pilgrim leaving the British pastoral countryside (“Green is the Colour” from More) by sea, when they are soon “Beset By Creatures of The Deep” (depicted by “Careful With That Axe Eugene” from Relics). The pilgrim’s ship plows through a 'horrid storm' (as depicted by “The Narrow Way III” from Ummagumma) and finally arrive on land, moving through a “Pink Jungle” (while Pink Floyd performed “Pow R Toc H” for this piece, here we will substitute a different ‘tribal’ track based around a rolling bass riff: an edit of “Main Theme” from More). Our adventurers next creep through the “Labyrinth of Auximenes” (this piece often featured the bassline to the verses of “Let There Be More Light” juxtaposed with guitar effects and ominous drums; when stripped of the bass line, we are left with a track reminiscent of the first few minutes of “The Grand Vizier’s Garden Party II” from Ummagumma, which I used here) and “Behold The Temple of Light” (looping the chord sequence from “The Narrow Way II” also from Ummagumma). “The End of The Beginning” is a problematic conclusion to the album, as any use of “Celestial Voices” would be reusing an old track, not to mention an anticlimax if using the subdued studio version that lacks the bombast of how it was performed for “The Man and The Journey”. Here, we will substitute a different song that features a very similar organ passage: “Cirrus Minor” from More. Not only are we then concluding the album on an actual song, but also it references a journey and features bird sound effects, a reoccurring motif of the performance.

Sources Used:
Relics (1996 remaster)
Soundtrack to the Film ‘More’ (1987 remaster)
Ummagumma (1994 remaster)

flac --> wav --> editing in SONAR and Goldwave --> flac encoding via TLH lv8
*md5, artwork and tracknotes included -Original

(180/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-04-14, Royal Festival Hall, London, England

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1969-04-14

HRV CDR009 - The Massed Gadgets of Auximenies

Royal Festival Hall, London / April 14, 1969

Label: Harvested HRV CDR009
Audio Source: audience recording
Lineage: Original Harvested shn-files --> FLAC 8 --> MWP
(see protocol file for conversion details)

Artwork: included

Gallery Link
http://www.mindwarppavilion.org/cpg/displayimage.php?pos=-5100
http://www.mindwarppavilion.org/cpg/displayimage.php?pos=-5105

Number of Discs: 2
Disc 1 Running time 38m 59s / Disc 2 Running Time 54m 21s

Notes:

April 14, 1969 - Royal Festival Hall, London
Comments: 1st performance of The Man & the Journey. Gilmour recieves an electric shock sending him across the stage during the show. drugged girl runs out screaming at sight of monster costume sitting next to her
http://home.comcast.net/~fingalscave/1969.htm


What were 'The Man' and 'The Journey'?
[With much help from Adam Winstanley and others]: In fact several concert recordings exist of The Man and The Journey and many people probably possess RoIOs of these pieces without realising it. The Man and The Journey were two parts of "More Furious Madness From The Massed Gadgets of Auximenies" and consisted of several well-known Floyd tunes linked into a concept piece as follows:

More Furious Madness From The Massed Gadgets Of Auximenies

Part One: The Man (representing a day in the life of a man)
Daybreak ("Granchester Meadows")
Work and Afternoon ("Biding My Time") [the band was served afternoon tea on stage at this point]
Doing It (instrumental) ("Grand Vizier's Garden Party, pt 3")
Sleep
Nightmare ("Cymbaline")
Daybreak (reprise)

Part Two: The Journey
The Beginning ("Green is the Colour")
Beset By Creatures of the Deep ("Careful With That Axe Eugene")
The Narrow Way ("The Narrow Way part 3")
The Pink Jungle ("Pow R Toc H")
The Labyrinths of Auximenes ("Moonhead")
Behold the Temple of Light ("Nile Song"-based instrumential)
The End of the Beginning ("Sauceful of Secrets" - final part)

The complete piece lasted about 70 minutes.
http://www.allfloyd.com/echoes/echoes2.html#13


The Man and the Journey (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

The Man and the Journey is the name of a conceptual music piece performed at Pink Floyd live shows in 1969. It consists of several of their early songs coupled with material that would appear on Music from the Film More and Ummagumma, as well as unreleased songs. The material was incorporated into two album-length suites, The Man and The Journey. The concerts also included visual performance elements such as the sawing and construction of a table and consumption of afternoon tea onstage.
The concept was first performed 14 April, 1969 at the Royal Festival Hall in a show billed as The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes - More Furious Madness from Pink Floyd. A truncated version of the show was recorded 12 May, 1969 for the Top Gear radio programme. The 17 September performance in Amsterdam is the most widely bootlegged of the shows on the tour because it was broadcast by radio station VPRO. Plans for an official live album release of The Man and the Journey were considered, but abandoned due to overlap of material with Ummagumma.
To most fans, the work is either entirely unknown or at least unrecognized as the genesis of Pink Floyd's 'themed pieces'. The band themselves have seldom made reference to it in later interviews. Yet the unique combination of quadraphonic sound effects, abstract program music, and recursive themes — all of which can be traced to The Man and The Journey — were to become further developed in the band's most enduring music, culminating in 1983 with their album The Final Cut.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_and_the_Journey


On 14 April 1969, at Royal Festival Hall, they debuted their new pan pot 360 degree sound system dubbed the "Azimuth Coordinator". This show, named "More Furious Madness from the Massed Gadgets of Auximenes", consisted of two experimental "suites", "The Man" and "The Journey". Most of the songs were either renamed earlier material or under a different name than they would eventually be released.
A UK tour of "The Man/The Journey" occurred during May and June 1969 culminating in the show dubbed "The Final Lunacy" at Royal Albert Hall on 26 June 1969. Considered one of the most experimental concerts by Pink Floyd, it featured a crew member dressed as a gorilla, a cannon that fired, and band members sawing wood on the stage. At the finale of "The Journey" suite the band was joined on stage by the brass section of the Royal Philharmonic and the ladies of the Ealing Central Amateur Choir, and at the very end a huge pink smoke bomb was let off.
An additional complete performance of "The Man/The Journey" occurred at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam on 17 September and was taped and later broadcast by Dutch radio station Hilversum 3. Portions of the suites were being performed as late as early 1970.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd_live_performances

Azimuth co-ordinator (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

The Azimuth coordinator was the first quadraphonic sound system. Pink Floyd became the first band to use it in their early shows.
The Azimuth coordinator was a multi-speaker pan pot system. It used four large rheostats housed in a large box, converted from 270 degrees rotation to 90 degrees. The system was operated by a joystick, which allowed the sound to be panned around the hall. The Azimuth coordinator was operated by keyboardist Rick Wright. The original one was stolen after the first concert in Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, England. A second system was built for the concert at the Royal Festival Hall in London on April 14, 1969. The second one had two pan pots and four channels.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azimuth_co-ordinator

Info: This is the ninth Harvested release.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd_discography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd_live_performances

http://www.harvested.org/

Tracklisting:

Disc 1
01 - Daybreak (Part 1) 6:16
02 - Work 8:39
03 - Afternoon 5:25
04 - Doing It 5:18
05 - Sleeping 10:55
06 - Daybreak (Part 2) 2:25

Disc 2
01 - The Beginning 4:35
02 - Beset By The Creatures Of The Deep 8:25
03 - The Narrow Way 4:46
04 - The Pink Jungle 4:18
05 - The Labyrinths Of Auximenies 8:30
06 - Behold the Temple Of Light 6:42
07 - The End Of The Beginning 5:49
08 - Interstellar Overdrive 11:15

Torrent History:
Originally seeded to Mind-Warp PaVilion by schnittstelle on October 15, 2007.
WackoBros&Sista thank the Harvested boys for their releases.


(182/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-05-09, University, Southampton, England

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND
MAY 9TH 1969

Source: Audience
Generation: Master > Reel > DAT(4) > CDR(5) > EAC 0.94 > WAV > SHN
Sound Quality: VG+

Disc (52:10m)
1. ASTRONOMY DOMINE
2. CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE, EUGENE
3. INTERSTELLAR OVERDRIVE
4. THE BEGINNING / BESET BY CREATURES OF THE DEEP
5. A SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS

very nice upgrade over the common roio 'Beset By Creatures of the Deep'. It sounds real nice and bright.

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....
g_b_c, july 2004


(290/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-06-22, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England

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69-06-22 Manchester
From The Master Tape

June 22 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, Lancashire

Recording Includes:
Daybreak
Work
Afternoon
Doing It
Sleep
Nightmare
Daybreak Pt. 2
The Beginning
Beset By The Creatures Of The Deep
Narrow Way Pt. 3
Labyrinths Of Auximenes
Behold The Temple Of Light
End Of The Beginning
Set the Controls

Source: Audience
Comments:
CD Reference: Manchester 22.6.69, Man Chester, The Man and the Journey (ayanami)
LP Reference:
Quality: Very Good

***NOT TO BE ENCODED INTO MP3***

**NO CONVERSION TO FLAC**

EAC'd by sydb

seeded on PinkRoioShn

(300/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-06-26, Royal Albert Hall, London, England

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Pink Floyd
June 26, 1969
Royal Albert Hall, London
'The Man and the Journey' tour

master > 1st gen > DAT > CD-R > flac (files made with xACT 1.4b28)
flac files made by jimshoes

disc one
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01. Afternoon (5:43) (Biding my Time)
02. Doing It (4:10)
03. Sleeping (5:27)
04. Nightmare (9:15) (Cymbaline)
05. Daybreak (1:04) this is just a clock sound effect!
06. The Beginning (4:39) (Green is the Colour)
07. Beset by Creatures of the Deep (5:56) (Careful With that Axe Eugene)
08. The Narrow Way (5:08)
09. The Pink Jungle (5:24) (Pow R Toc H)
10. The Labyrinths of Auximines (9:01)
11. Behold the Temple of Light (3:20)
12. The End of the Beginning (9:24) with orchestra and choir! (Celestial Voices)

disc two
--------
01. Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun (11:04)

notes
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Daybreak and Work were not recorded. This is the longest and lowest generation tape of this show known. No processing, filtering, or noise reduction was done to this, as you can probably tell. This recording might be a little fast (it sounds it to me, but I'm just guessing), and there is a nasty hiss in the 8k range that many circulating copies of this show have filtered out. Despite the hiss, this has clearer sound than other copies of this show.

Please don't "remaster" this and "improve" it. Please. I beg you.
Just listen, share and enjoy. Don't pee all over it with your 'mad mastering skillz.'
The Pink Floyd trading pool is polluted enough already.


(400/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-08-08, Plumpton Festival, Plumpton, England

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Pink Floyd

9th National Jazz & Blues Festival
Plumpton Racecourse
Plumpton, Sussex, England
1969-08-08
AUD (rec1 cass[m]) (SQ: VG+)

Technical: Lineage: Shure SM57 > Philips Recorder >BASF C90 Cassettes(Master) > DAT(2) > CDR(1) - Recorder #1
Source: AUD > rec1 > cass[m] > ...

Setlist:
01. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 10:46
02. Cymbaline 9:34
03. The Journey 9:07
04. The Narrow Way (Pt. 3) 5:42
time: 35:09

Notes:
Comments (as they came): Sound quality is superior to all of the versions that I have listened to so far. Several versions of this set are circulating, most probably from the same source and cut to fit tapes. The longest version is presumably of the entire show, some 65 minutes in all.

Not a lot of hiss and good separation. The audience is noticeably quiet, presumably because many of them are asleep or bombed out by this late hour.

Fantastic performance (one of my favorite). Ratings came as VG+ but I'd give it a EX or at least EX-, too bad it's incomplete.

For trade only, do not sell.
Do not encode as MP3 or any other lossy format and redistribute.

- fatoldpig

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MY NOTES:
I DL'd this from beerlover in one of the Hubs on 2008-02-06. No art...files were renamed a la' etree.org, original verification mechanism(s) saved, then copied and edited to reflect file-name change.
ref: http://www.pf-db.com/index.php?concert_id=400&bootleg_id=3309

pnkflyd@pnkflyd.net
www.pnkflyd.net
real.serious.music.
2007


(450/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-09-17, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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1969-09-17
Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, Pays Bas

01 Introduction
02 Daybreak
03 Work
04 Teatime
05 Afternoon
06 Doing It
07 Sleep
08 Nightmare
09 Daybreak (Part II)
10 The Beginning
11 Beset By The Creatures Of The Deep
12 The Narrow Way
13 The Pink Jungle
14 The Labyrinths Of Auximenes
15 Behold The Temple Of Light
16 The End Of The Beginning


(455/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-10-25, Festival D Amougies, Amougies, Belgium

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Pink Floyd - Interstellar Zappadrive
Actuel Music Festival, Amougies, Belgium, October 25, 1969

Label: HRV CDR031

Audio Source: CD 1 Audience (Speed corrected) / CD 2 Soundboard

Sound Quality: A-

Lineage: Original Harvested SHN-files --> FLAC level 8 --> MWP
(see protocol file for conversion details)

Artwork: Included

Gallery links:
http://www.mindwarppavilion.org/cpg/displayimage.php?pos=-5157
http://www.mindwarppavilion.org/cpg/displayimage.php?pos=-5162

Number of Discs: 2
Total running time: (77:43 / 25:14)

Notes:

Taken from http://members.cox.net/scottstrades/69-Oct-25_hrv.txt

From Harvested Weeds (www.harvested.org): Introducing Interstellar Zappadrive!! HRV-CDR-031. The complete Pink Floyd performance from October 25, 1969 at the Actuel Music Festival.

These (above tracks) are all from the new audience source recently uncovered. They have been speed corrected and carefully mastered by the Harvested staff. These 8 tracks all fit nicely on a single 80 minute disc.

However, the shn disc now being seeded has 3 bonus tracks. These are the soundboard tracks from this show that were broadcast on the radio. After some digging, we found the best source and put in our own handiwork.

The following comments were ripped from The Pink Floyd Database at http://pf-db.com/index.php?concert_id=905&bootleg_id=3467
Also speedcorrected and pitch corrected version of the original seed of the audience recording, slightly at diff speed than "Let's Be Frank..." though. The shn disc comes with bonus material from the supposed radio broadcast (soundboard source), but is not mentioned as a D2 on the artwork. -Furry_Animal

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Notes that came with the ORIGINAL recording (from which all others have come from):

source: audience recording

Our Amougies series continues with probably the most anticipated performance of all - Pink Floyd's. Of course, the version of "Interstellar Overdrive" with Frank Zappa, long presumed lost, will now be familiar to most, but I'm sure this complete set will be of high interest to Floyd fans. As previously stated, the taper (JJB) didn't record everything, but when he did, he generally recorded complete sets. There are exceptions though, and Freedom is one of them - presumably after a few minutes the taper thought the band wasn't worth taping? Still, better than nothing!
Also, there are obvious issues with the sound quality. Firstly, the tape recorder used was way below modern standards and the sound is nowhere near "professional" quality. Secondly, in order to save on batteries, the taper occasionally turned the recorder off between songs, resulting in a few truncated introductions. These reservations aside, however, this is simply an unbelievable document of a legendary festival, and so our hearfelt thanks to the taper for recording this at the time, and for allowing me to seed it here.

Disc 1 - 80.33 *
1 Astronomy Domine 10.53
2 Green Is The Colour 3.37
3 Careful With That Axe 10.08
4 Tuning w/ Frank Zappa 2.48
5 Interstellar Overdrive 21.03
6 Set The Controls 13.28
7 Saucerful Of Secrets 18.36

* (my comment): You can compare the disc and track
times to get an idea of how much HRV slowed the
recording

Taken from http://wherethevibeis.blogspot.com/2007/10/trolling-underground-interstellar.html

Thirty eight years ago, Paris was slated tohave its first rock festival, the Festival "Actuel".

The festival did occur, but due to bureaucratic nonsense it ended up in Belgium. It must have been one hell of a scene, though.
If you look at the list of bands below (click to embiggen) there are some amazing possibilities. I recognize the name Aynsley Dunbar from his work with Zappa and Jefferson Starship, and likewise recognize Keith Tippet from his brief stint with King Crimson in the 70s, but don't know if either of these bands was ever recorded. Better known bands included Yes, the Nice, and the Pretty Things. Zappa was there first as Capt. Beefheart's road manager, and soon stepped up to being the MC for the festival. This presented certain problems, however, since the audience spoke little English and Zappa's command of French was tenuous at best. He abdicated those duties and ended up playing as a guest with many of the bands instead. One of them was Pink Floyd.

(...)

...this delicious 20 minute jam from October 25 1969. On that night Zappa joined Pink Floyd onstage to improvise through an uncustomarily long and experimental version of the already long and experimental Syd Barrett classic Interstellar Overdrive.

When I found this, I actually found two different versions of it. One was called Interstellar Zappadrive and the other was Let's Be Frank. Being as it doesn't cost anything, I downloaded them both and gave them both a listen. Not only was IZ the better sounding audience recording, it also came with a few alternate soundboard cuts. What I have here, though, is from the audience - no board of the Zappa stuff. It sounds pretty damn good, though, and has become a favored listen here Under the Bridge. Those of us familiar with Gilmour and Zappa's styles will be able to pick them apart, and it's amazing how easily Zappa fits in with and influences what's going on with the song.

Info: Thirtyfirst in a series of Harvested uploads...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd_discography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd_live_performances

http://www.harvested.org/


Tracklisting:

Disc 1
01 Astronomy Domine 9:51
02 Green Is The Colour 4:10
03 Careful With That Axe Eugene 9:44
04 Tuning Up With Zappa 2:29
05 Interstellar Overdrive 20:33
06 Tuning Up 0:51
07 Set The Controls 12:07
08 A Saucerful Of Secrets 17:58

Disc 2
01 Green Is The Colour (SBD) 4:14
02 Careful With That Axe Eugene (SBD) 9:44
03 Set The Controls (SBD) 11:16

Torrent History: Originally seeded to Mind-Warp PaVilion by xuncat on December 29, 2007.

WackoBros&Sista thank the Harvested boys for their releases :D


(75/1) Pink Floyd, 1969-12-06, AFAN Lido Indoor Sports Centre, Port Talbot, Wales

Audio/Flac, ?/?, (?)

001075001f001075001b
Notes

Pink Floyd - Mega-rare restored LP "Port Talbot, Wales 1969" - Afan Lido Sports Centre, Port Talbot UK 1969-12-06 AUD great show

This is a very pretty package, as you can tell from the photos. It's very well done. Thanks to the Discogs site for the photos. The performance is great, the recording is a bit distant and sometimes overloaded. It's a nice listen, though.

Setlist (Runtime 36m52s)

Interstellar Overdrive
Green Is The Colour
Careful With That Axe, Eugene
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

Lineage: LP ->Audacity ->Sound Forge 11 ->click and crackle removal ->FLAC via TLH, level 6, sectors aligned and verified, FLAC integrity checked

Enjoy!

A DoinkerTape


(500/1) Pink Floyd, 1970-01-23, Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France

Audio/flac, Dime/SousMarin, (?)

SMJ002
Notes

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Pink Floyd
The man : In memoriam Michel Lancelot, Rick Wright.
1970-01-23
Théatre des Champs-Elysées
Paris, France.
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From original Europe 1 live broadcast (AM bandwidth).
(Campus by Michel Lancelot, from 8:00 o'clock till 10:30 o'clock).
3 cuts :
- First : during "Sleeping", perhaps 20 seconds lost to flip the tape over.
- Second : at the end of "Cymbaline", the news (about 2 or 4 mn at 9:00 or 10:00 o'clock).
- The final cut :) at the end of the first part of the show, during the intermission, before the David Gilmour's interview.
No memories of what happens next. Surely, the end of Campus (10:30).
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Sound Quality : G
(1970) Philips > Geloso mono tape recorder G257 >
(2008) Sony stereo tape recorder TC-377 > Archos AV320
Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 44.1Khz 16 bits) > Flac(Level 8)
Audacity v 1.3.5 (unicode) Beta (notch 4800 Hz frequency, split)
Trader's Little Helper v 2.4.1 (Build 160) (flac, md5)
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LineUp :

Richard Wright
David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Roger Waters
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Track List :

1. Daybreak 7:26
2. Work 4:48
3. Tea Time 3:14
4. Afternoon 6:12
5. Doing It 3:22
6. Sleeping 9:11
7. Nightmare 9:47
8. Celestial Voices 16:19
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Total Time : 60:26 mn
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SMJ002
v2013.12.11
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(500/2) Pink Floyd, 1970-01-23, Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France

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Notes

Artist: Pink Floyd
Date: 23rd Of January, 1970
Venue: Theater Comedie des Champs-Elysees, Paris, France
Bootleg Title: "The Violent Journey To Paris"
Company: Fat Old Sun Records
Serial: FOS-CDR-003
Artwork: Moonwall



Disc 1:
1. Daybreak* [7:22]
2. Work* [4:43]
3. Tea Time* [2:28]
4. Afternoon [6:01]
5. Doing It [3:20]
6. Sleeping [6:42]
7. Celestial Voices* [3:08]
8. Green Is The Color [3:07]
9. Careful With That Axe, Eugene [6:37]
10. The Violent Sequence [4:54]

Disc 2:
1. The Amazing Pudding [19:42]
2. Main Theme (from "More") [6:51]
3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun* [12:39]

* - tracks come from source 2.

Total running time: 1hr 27min 27sec.


linage:
source 1 - FM source from Sean Z > FM > cas(?) > cdr
source 2 - Reels > mic in front of R2R speakers > cass[?] > CDR(?) > FLAC
then i've done - decode both to wav vial flacfronted > wav > cool edit pro 2.0 > wav > flac level 8.


background info:

How would i describe the floyd era of January and Febuary of 1970? My description would be one comprising of
confusion, continuity, experimentation, originality but, most of all, creative. The band had finished a not so busy tour
of the UK and Europe with "The Man and The Journey", and it seemed they wanted to continue with those songs whilst
performing some new creations written over the christmas period of late 1969 and very early 1970.

This is the last audio document of the band playing "The Man and The Journey" sets, but its hard to say if the whole
two sets were played due to all the different sources being incomplete, yet. Celestial Voices has just surfaced which was
usually at the end of the second set. It seems to segue straight into "Green Is The Color", so i'm not actually sure
if they closed set 1 with "Celestial Voices" or they did in fact play the whole "The Man and The Journey" suite. That is
why i put "Celestial Voices" at the end of the first set.

The floyd augmented the "The Man and The Journey" suite with some very new material. "Main Theme" was composed for the
film "More" in 1969 but was only ever played once before being only five days prior (as far as we know). There are only
three documented performances of the "Main Theme" being the 18th and 23rd of Jan, and the 11th of Feb making this a
rarity just for that. And making only its second appearance was "The Amazing Pudding" (aka Atom Heart Mother) which
was still untitled even as far as the 28th of Febuary when Roger introduced it as being "as yet untitled".

recording info:

This is the most complete version of this date at present. All versions don't surpass an hour, yet this is an hour and
twenty-seven minutes long. I came across a really nice version of the already mass circulated "source one" with a
completely different transfer. It sounded a little clearer than the recently released roio "Mothered Man (LPP)" which
i used as much as possible. "Source two", which only surfaced just recently, had some audio that was missing from source
one including about twenty seconds more of the intro for Daybreak. It also brought to light "Celestial Voices" and "Set
The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" which until recently had not been heard at all from this date.

Source two was riddled with a "whistling" sound throughout most of the songs which really annoyed me so i only used the
source when needed to fill gaps or present the newly surfaced songs. The "whistling" is documented in the .txt file of
source two.

Going back to the addition and positioning of "Celestial Voices", on source two, it seems "Celestial Voices" goes straight
into "Green Is The Color" which confused me somewhat. Maybe the band were doing different things with the "Man and The
Journey" set list because "The Violent Sequence" directly follows "Careful With That Axe, Eugene", which it never used
to do. So thats why i took the chance that the band actually played "Celestial Voices" at the end of "The Man".

I don't think anyone really knows what exactly was the set list for the night so what i've done is i've presented "The Man
and The Journey" upfront and followed it by the other songs which have nothing to do with the suite. But as i said, i
don't think anyone really knows the setlist and i'm definitely not implying that this was HOW it was played that night.
I'm trying to make sense out of all the material i had.

One more thing, both sources were speed corrected. I didn't spend hours correcting them but both sources were occasionally
running so fast that they were two semi-tones too high. I brought them both back down to a much normal speed. During
"Afternoon" (Biding My Time) and "Green Is The Color" i actually fade from one source to the other, and they sound exactly
the same pitch wise so they ended up being as close as you get to the same speed.


conclusion:

The recording is still a digusting roio to listen to and only hardcore roio-er's will be able to listen to it the whole
way through without an earache lol, but this is a much better sounding roio than anything i've heard from this date, but
in saying that, its not a massive upgrade by any means but it is definitely THE longest version. The rarity factor of this
roio is very high due to the rare performances of some of the songs, if you don't have anything from this date YOU NEED
THIS! lol.

Fat Old Sun Records would like to thank Moonwall for the fantastic artwork provided for this. I love her work so i never
give her any requirements or boundAries to work within (I always say "come up with something".) She never ceases to suprise
me. As you can see, she came up with some awesome pictures of some famous France landmarks, The Eiffle Tower and The Arch
Of Triumph which don't directly correspond with this show besides that the performance was in france yet the pictures
blew me away, so her delightful creativity completes this release.

The original .txt files from the sources used are included.

FAT OLD SUN RECORDS... 2008.

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**----Sell on ebay and die---------- -----**
**----convert to any lossy format and die-**
**----re-flac and die---------- ---------- **
**----take credit for this work and die---**
**----remaster and die---------- ---------**
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(500/3) Pink Floyd, 1970-01-23, Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France

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Notes

Pink Floyd
Date: January 23, 1970, June 12, 1971
Location: Hotel de Champs-Elysees a Paris Paris, France, Palais Des Sports Lyon, France
CD Bootleg: Broadcasting From Europa 1
Label: Free Range Pigs (FRP CDR-002)
Quality: EX

CD Bootleg "Broadcasting From Europa 1" > EAC > FLAC level 5


Comments:

(+) From a First Generation tape, of the April 30, 1995 rebroadcast by the French radio station, Europa 1. The Sound Quality is EX, making it essential for collectors. This snippet is about 22 minutes total length, however the original ORTF Radio, France broadcast was around 60 minutes.

(++) This recording is taken from the Europa 1 Radio France broadcast from sometime in June 1971. This is a two channel recording, unlike the one channel recording or AM broadcasts that have circulated previously.


Set List:

Hotel de Champs-Elysees a Paris Paris, France January 23, 1970 (+)

1. L'introduction en Français
2. The Violent Sequence
3. The Amazing Pudding

Palais Des Sports Lyon, France June 12, 1971 (++)

4. Set The Controls
5. Cymbaline
6. Atom Heart Mother (with Orchestra)

Band:
David Gilmour
Rick Wright
Nick Mason
Roger Waters

Recordet live at Hotel de Champs-Elysees a Paris Paris, France, Palais Des Sports Lyon, France
January 23, 1970, June 12, 1971


(500/4) Pink Floyd, 1970-01-23, Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France

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001500004b001500004c001500004d001500004e
Notes

Concert de Pink Floyd au Théatre des Champs-Elysées (Paris) le 23 janvier 1970.

Concert historique ! Il contient une rare version publique du theme de More, et une des toutes premières présentations publiques de Atom Heart Mother, encore sous le titre provisoire de "Amazing Pudding". Et puis la version présentée ici de "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun" est aussi une des plus musclées que je connaisse.

Il s'agit là d'une reconstitution de la plus grande partie du concert à partir principalement de 3 sources :

1. Un CD qui a été fait à partir d'une K7 que j'ai faite en enregistrant, il y a quelques années, avec un micro devant le haut-parleur du vieux magnéro de mes parents, la bande originale que je n'ai pas encore retrouvée (Elle doit être dans tout mon fourbi...). Ben oui, ce foutu magnéto à bande n'était même pas équipé d'une sortie pour prise directe de magnéto à magnéto !! Alors forcément, c'est pas toujours top. Et puis il y a des siflements parasites qui s'accompagnent de baisses du son sur certains morceaux mais je me suis efforcé d'utiliser au maximum, quand c'était possible, d'autres sources pour ces passages abîmés. Ils proviennent d'une manip' catastrophique que j'ai dû faire sur la master-tape quelques mois après qu'on me l'ait donnée. Ca se passait vers 1973... Mea culpa ! J'étais jeune à l'époque... Mais je vous jure qu'avant que ce soit abîmé, c'était pas mal du tout ! (sadique, va !)
Je ne connais pas précisément la source originelle, certainement la radio et il semblerait que ce soit Michel Lancelot qui commente le concert (un peu trop parfois !). Je ne sais pas plus les raisons des coupures : j'ai eu la bande telle quelle...
Abrégé en "K7" dans la liste des morceaux ci-dessous)

2. Le roio "The Man In Paris" (qui provient certainement de la même source que ma bande magnétique. Il y a vait des coupes sombres dans certains morceaux, et notamment "Amazing Pudding", inutilisable en l'état, mais d'autres morceaux sont intégraux ou presque (Biding My Time, More Main Theme...). Abrégé en "TMIP" dans la liste des morceaux ci-dessous.

3. Le roio "Broadcast from Europa 1" pour la majeure partie de "Amazing Pudding". Abrégé en "BFE1" dans la liste des morceaux ci-dessous.

Les commentaires de Michel Lancelot ont été gardés pour leur intérêt descriptif.

Les morceaux :

1. Daybreak (Grantchester Meadows) (sources K7 + TMIP)
2. Work (source : K7)
3. Tea Time (avec présentation des musiciens) (Source K7)
4. Biding My Time - Doing It (sources K7 + TMIP)
5. Sleeping (source TMIP)
6. Celestial Voices (Fin)
7. Green Is The Colour (sources K7 = TMIP)
8. Careful with that axe Eugene (source TMIP))
9. The Violent Sequence (sources TMIP + BFE1)
10. More, Main Theme (sources K7 + TMIP + un roio de quelques jours plus tard pour les 80 premières secondes (petite tricherie))
11. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (source K7)
12. Annonce par Gilmour (sources K7 + BFE1)
13. The Amazing Pudding (Atom Heart Mother) (sources K7 + BFE1)

Tous les morceaux sont entiers, sauf Celestial Voices.

Commentaires :

1 Daybreak (GM) : version habituelle à l'époque, introduisant la suite "The Man", dont il semble que ce soit une des dernières présentations publiques, peut-être même la dernière.

2 Work : Très rare version pirate de ce morceau étonnant ! Waters à l'égoïne, Gilmour au marteau, Wright au vibraphone, Mason à... la batterie. Et ça fait... de la musique !! Quel dommage que ce morceau n'ait jamais connu de sortie officielle !

3. Tea Time : Pendant que les quatre musiciens se font servir le thé sur scène, l'animateur radio en profite pour les présenter. On apprend ainsi que Waters a "un visage de Christ" (!), que Wright est féru de Stockhausen, que Gilmour est "le beau gosse du groupe -il y en a toujours un- ", et que Mason est le batteur, merci !

4. Biding My Time - Doing It : une belle version de ce classique du Floyd, avec de belles envolées de Wright au trombone et de Gilmour à la six-cordes. Une belle démo de blues maîtrisé, suivie d'un déchainement de Mason aux percus.

5. Sleeping : version du sommeil qui précédait normalement "Nightmare" (Cymbaline), encore introuvable.

6. Celestial Voices (Fin) : une coda de Saucerful, un peu abimée par les parasites,

7. Green Is The Colour : version habituelle à l'époque.

8. Careful with that axe Eugene : enchainé directement sur la précédente, comme d'habitude alors. Cette version ne restera pas dans les annales, sa fin est expédiée. J'ai dû travailler sur les niveaux d'amplification pour lui donner un peu de pêche...

9. The Violent Sequence : le futur "Us and Them", alors instrumental prévu pour "Zabriskie Point". J'ai superposé deux sources pour donner de la profondeur au son.

10. More, Main Theme : une version live très rare de ce morceau très peu joué sur scène (je n'en connais qu'une autre version, quelques semaines plus tard). Ca déménage bien. Elle est entière, reconstituée à partir des sources citées. Néanmoins, comme il manquait le début, j'ai pris les 80 premières secondes sur la version du 11 février 1970 à Birmingham, petite tricherie.

11. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun : Une version assez speed de ce grand classique du Floyd à cette époque. Les commentaires du présentateur ont été conservés tels quels.

12. Annonce par Gilmour : Gilmour annonce le tout dernier morceau en français.

13. The Amazing Pudding (Atom Heart Mother): sans doute le clou de ce bootleg : une des toutes premières présentations publiques de Atom Heart Mother. La version proposée dans "Broadcast..." a un son correct, mais il lui manque près de 3 minutes au milieu de "Mother Fore", où Gilmour et Wright improvisent des choeurs en voix de tête. Ces trois minutes, je les ai dans ma version K7, et les ai intégrées. Le passage d'une source à l'autre se perçoit nettement, mais l'ensemble reste audible. J'ai superposé les deux sources sur les trois premiers mouvements pour donner plus de profondeur au son, celui de "Broadcast..." étant trop "propre" et sans grand relief.



(500/5) Pink Floyd, 1970-01-23, Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France

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Notes

Pink Floyd
Work In Paris

Theater Comedie des Champs-Elysees
(Note: The "Theater des Champs-Elysees" and "Comedie des Champs-Elysees"
are two separate, adjacent venues)
Paris, France
23 January 1970


1. Green Is The Colour (2:54)
2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (6:40)
3. The Violent Sequence (5:00)
4. Biding My Time (5:43)
5. The Amazing Pudding (20:02)
6. Daybreak (6:21)
7. Work (1:25)
8. Doing It (2:47)
9. Sleep (6:03)
10. Main Theme From 'More' (6:46)
11. Interview (including Work) (5:29)


(500/6) Pink Floyd, 1970-01-23, Théâtre Des Champs Elysées, Paris, France

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Notes

Pink Floyd
Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Paris
1970-01-23

**** DO NOT BUY / SELL ****
**** DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3 OR ANY OTHER LOSSY FORMAT ****
**** DO NOT POST ON YOUTUBE OR ANY LOSSY SHARING MEDIA SITE ****

CD 1: The Man
1. Daybreak pt.1 [a.k.a. Grantchester Meadows]
2. Work
3. Tea Time
4. Afternoon [a.k.a. Bidind My Time]
5. Doing It! [a.k.a. The Grand Vizier's Garden Party (Entertainment)]
6. Sleep [a.k.a. Quicksilver]
7. Nightmare [a.k.a. Cymbaline]
8. A Saucerful of Secrets
-- cut (tape flip) --
9. A Saucerful of Secrets [continued]

CD 2
1. [banter]
-- cut --
2. Astronomy Domine
-- cut --
3. Green Is The Colour
4. Careful with That Axe, Eugene
5. The Violent Sequence
-- cut --
6. More (Main Theme)
7. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
8. The Amazing Pudding [a.k.a. Atom Heart Mother]
-- cut (tape change) --
9. The Amazing Pudding [continued]
-- cut --

**** DO NOT BUY / SELL ****
**** DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3 OR ANY OTHER LOSSY FORMAT ****
**** DO NOT POST ON YOUTUBE OR ANY LOSSY SHARING MEDIA SITE ****

Line-up:
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Roger Waters: Bass, Vocals
David Gilmour: Guitar, Vocals
Richard Wright: Keyboards
Nick Mason: Drums

Notes:
------
This recording comes from a 40 years old master tape and has never been circulated before.
It must have a few glitches from times to times, but it's a miracle that it was not completely gone after all this time. In particular the song Cymbaline has some gaps, but luckily I've been able to play it completly after many attemps since the deck was often stopping the tape during that part. Sadly the very end of The Amazing Pudding is cut because of another concert that was overtaped.

Big thanks to Gérard for digging out his tapes collection, and coming home with some of them, and of course for taping this show at the time!

A soundboard recording also exists, as the show was recorded for French radio Europe 1's Musicorama program. Many recodings based on various FM broadcasts are in circulation, however
this is the first time a complete audience tape surfaces and gives us the complete and correct running order of all the songs.

Pink Floyd also played the same venue the day after, 24 January, but no recording of this second performance is to be known. The taper did not attend the second show since he attended (and recorded) The Nice at L'Olympia, Paris, that night. Sadly the very beginning of The Nice
recording was taped over the very end of 'The Amazing Pudding'.
Some parts between the songs may also be missing, since the recorder was stopped to save the tape.

Because of a low recording level, the original recordings had a terrible amount of hiss.
I reduced a big part of it, but there's still a quite noticable hiss on the final recording.
The right channel has also a lower volume than the left channel. I did some ajustement, but I did not increased too much the right channel since it was increasing its hiss as well.


Lineage:
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Audience->Philips EL-3302->Master Cassette
->Nakamichi DR-1 (azimuth adj.)->Thomson/Hama Scenium KD4112 cable->Roland Edirol R-09HR
->WAV 96000Hz 24bits->Adobe Audition:
* Right Channel: +4dB
* Manual clicks removal
* Hiss Reduction (different on left and right channels)
* Volume (left: +9dB, right: +10dB)
* Conversion to 44100Hz 16bits
->split to CD WAV->FLAC->MP3Tag


**** DO NOT BUY / SELL ****
**** DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3 OR ANY OTHER LOSSY FORMAT ****
**** DO NOT POST ON YOUTUBE OR ANY LOSSY SHARING MEDIA SITE ****



ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1967-05-05DutchFanclub Fenklup, Pink Floyd ,
1968-02-24FranceBouton Rouge, Pink Floyd ,
1968-02-27BelgiumVibrato, Pink Floyd ,
1968-03-03FranceDiscorama, Pink Floyd ,
1968-03-31BelgiumTienerklanken, Pink Floyd ,
1968-05-01DutchMoef Ga Ga, Pink Floyd ,
1968-11-26FranceTous En Scene, Pink Floyd ,
1969-01-18NorwayVarious Norway Rock Tv Shows, Pink Floyd , Jefferson Airplane , The Mothers of Invention ,
1969-02-15FranceForum Musique, Pink Floyd ,
1969-05-03BelgiumPromotion, Pink Floyd ,
1970-05-30FrancePoint Chaud, Pink Floyd ,
1970-10-10FrancePop Deux, Pink Floyd ,
1970-10-24FrancePop Deux, Pink Floyd ,
1972-01-15FranceRockenstock, Pink Floyd ,
1973-03-17JapanYoung Music Show, Pink Floyd ,
1973-04-03Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Pink Floyd ,
1973-10-31JapanYoung Music Show, Pink Floyd ,
1973-12-11SwissVarious Swiss Tv Shows, Pink Floyd ,
1973-12-15SwissVarious Swiss Tv Shows, Pink Floyd ,
1974-01-12SwissVarious Swiss Tv Shows, Pink Floyd ,
1974-05-29DenmarkVarious Denmark Tv Rock Show, Pink Floyd ,
1974-06-09BelgiumFolllies, Pink Floyd ,
1974-06-11Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Pink Floyd ,
1979-04-05NorwayFlimra, Pink Floyd ,
1980-01-16FranceStudio 3, AC/DC , Pink Floyd ,
1980-04-11UsaThe Midnight Special, Pink Floyd ,
1980-04-16FranceStudio 3, AC/DC , Jacques Higelin , Paul McCartney , Pink Floyd , Status Quo , Supertramp , Telephone ,
1980-05-01CanadianStart Chart, Pink Floyd ,
1980-05-03CanadianStart Chart, Pink Floyd ,
1980-05-10UsaDon Kirshner Rock Concert, Pink Floyd ,
1980-10-21CanadianMetro Music, Pink Floyd ,
1981-01-20NorwayFlimra, Pink Floyd ,
1981-01-20NorwayJukebox, Pink Floyd ,
1983-06-13AustraliaNightmoves, Pink Floyd ,
1983-06-20GermanyThommys Pop Show, Pink Floyd , Supertramp ,
1983-08-01GermanyThommys Pop Show, Angelo Branduardi , Mike Oldfield , Pink Floyd ,
1984-03-14GermanyFlashlights, Paul McCartney , Pink Floyd ,
1987-11-10AustraliaRock Arena, Pink Floyd ,
1988-01-09GermanyPeter Illmann Treff, Pink Floyd ,
1989-06-24FrancePerfecto, Pink Floyd , Donovan ,
1991-11-23Great BritainSounds Of 60s, Pink Floyd ,
1992-08-10Great BritainCue The Music, Pink Floyd ,