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jeudi 7 décembre 1972

Pink Floyd

Le Palais des Sports, Lille, France

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Historique

J'avais gardé en mémoire 4 types qui s'ennuyaient sur scène.
Un concert d'une heure, sans rappel.
Le froid glacial de la Foire Commerciale (Palais des sports).

Le palais des sports avait une accoustique déplorable et ressemblait à une chambre froide en hiver. Il était souvent assimilé à la foire commerciale. Ce batiment est aujourd'hui disparu.


Vendredi 19 septembre 2008 : In memoriam Richard Wright (mort le Lundi 15 septembre 2008)

Il y a un an Raymond m'annonçait sans rire que Zef avait enregistré ce concert.
Il y a quelques mois j'ai retrouvé Luc qui m'a mit sur la piste de Zef.

...

zef


Aujourd'hui Zef m'a fait parvenir la numérisation de sa bande en mp3/128.
L'enregistrement est excellent et contredit ce que j'ai dit au paragraphe précédent.


Mardi 23 septembre 2008 : Anecdote de Philippe Rollin.

Je connais un des organisateurs de ce concert. Le lendemain du spectacle, il m'a dit que le groupe était déçu car il n'y avait pas eu de rappel. Or, ils étaient prêts à revenir sur scène pour un long rappel. Tout ça à cause d'une rumeur qui courrait à l'époque comme quoi Pink Floyd ne faisait jamais de rappel!!!


Mercredi 26 novembre 2008 : Email de Raymond à Zef appuyant ma demande d'enregistrement lossless

Mon cher Zéf,

Tel que je suis là, tu me vois investi d'une mission extrêmement embarrassante car elle suppose ton intervention...

Pour te situer le contexte, j'ignore par quels mots je pourrais retranscrire le désarroi abyssal dans lequel se trouve plongé un de nos semblables (à la couleur près). Ne nous méprenons pas, ce n'est pas chez le petit commerçant ni dans les grandes surfaces mais uniquement à son secours que je souhaite voler. Si je t'écris, c'est parce que toi seul détiens l'antidote qui permettrait de libérer son esprit malade : la tension est telle que son besoin de décompresser est devenu vital.

On pourrait bien sûr envisager une prescription à base d'onguent, de viagra ou de plantes médicinales (de la salsepareille par exemple ou du pavot), mais surtout, par pitié, pas de philtre ! Par philtre, ce que j'entends par là ? Ben justement, trop peu de choses, et c'est là qu'est Loos pour ne pas dire l'osselet.

Le dessin ci-dessous illustre à ce propos pourquoi je me sens entre le marteau et l'enclume (oui je sais, tu me devines plus proche du marteau). Bon, on s'égare et par rapport à ce que je dois assumer, il ne faut pas je me trompe d'Eu...tache...

oreille

D'après ce qui a été sussurré au creux de mon oreille insuffisante pour juger le bien fondé de la chose, il existerait des humanoïdes que l'on appelle "odiofil" qui défient toutes les lois de la physique et même le cours de Théorie du Signal pourtant très Carrez. En effet, ceux-ci souffriraient le martyre à la moindre apparition d'un spectre incomplet, hantés par les fréquences fantômes qui auraient à l'insu de tout un chacun, quitté le monde du réel.

Etre médium à ce point, c'est tellement grave que ça en devient aigu.

En hémo comme en sang, je suis là pour défendre une cause, et dans le cas présent, la cause tique ! Par un altruisme kilo-Nord, le patient dont il est question redoute de devenir lui-même le vecteur de propagation d'un de ces spectres aux propriétés odiofilocides. Or, et voilà le problème, ta grandeur d'âme t'as poussé à lui confier un trésor pour lequel l'humanité retient son souffle depuis plus de 30 ans. Hélas, dans son état actuel, cette mère porteuse éveille.... euh non... cette merveille est porteuse - voulais je dire - d'un certain a-fréquencisme ( "a" privatif). En d'autres termes, son aimepétroyisme fatalement fréquençophage le rend impropre à la propagation dans les milieux odiofiles ce qui engendre une frustration qui, chez mon patient, dépasse - si je puis dire - l'entendement.

Voilà pourquoi je me permets de faire appel à ton sens humanitaire que je sais hypertrophié pour te demander s'il ne te serait pas possible de lui fournir le même document mais dans une version, certes plus lourde, mais indemne des gloutonneries propres à la compression aime-paix-trois. Des ouaives seraient par exemple du plus heureux effet car exempts d'effets non heureux.

Pour que tu mesures la vraie valeur de mon investissement dans cette affaire, sache que je suis prêt à financer une partie des timbres, à la condition toutefois qu'ils soient intacts. Je cite Wikipedia : du point de vue acoustique, le timbre est une notion très complexe qui dépend de la corrélation entre la fréquence fondamentale et lézard Monique.

Puisse ce message faire vibrer ton âme sensible et faire résonner chez le mélomane les fibres que je ne sais pas comment terminer cette phrase à la con.

Raymond


Lundi 1er décembre 2008 : Xmas Time is here again.

ZEF vient de me passer sa bande en flac 48Khz 24Bits!!!.



Dimanche 21 décembre 2008 : 12h20
-sur Yeeskhull (Breathe) : Pink Floyd - 1972/12/07 Lille, France "Filling a Gap" (IFWT-CDR-035) (REC.1)

Lundi 22 décembre 2008 :
-sur http://www.concerts-db.com/index.php?concert_id=1760&bootleg_id=8148
-sur HungerCity (Theembryo) : Pink Floyd-1972-12-07 Palais des Sports, Lille, France - FIRST CIRCULATING RECORDING!!

Mardi 23 décembre 2008 :
-sur QualityBoots : Pink Floyd : Palais des Sports 1972 (Discovered and Released Only 2 Days Ago - This Date was Never Before Released! (FLAC)
-sur Traders Den (Glens) : Pink Floyd 1972-12-07 Palais des Sports - Lille, France (FLAC) NEW UNCIRCULATED RECORDING!!

Mercredi 24 décembre 2008
-sur TapeCity (Glens) : Pink Floyd-1972-12-07 Lille, France-Palais des Sports
-sur Dime (Glens) : Pink Floyd-1972-12-07 Palais des Sports Lille, France PREVIOUSLY UNCIRCULATED RECORD!!

Jeudi 25 décembre 2008
-sur BtJunkie : Pink Floyd 1972-12-07 Palais des Sports, Lille, FR [AUD]

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Rock & Folk


Annonce dans Rock&Folk de la tourne franaise par Alain Dister : Rock&Folk No71 Dec 1972




Il faut sortir le soir Rock&Folk No71 Dec 1972 page123

Discographie / Discography

Pink Floyd


Meddle

1971
Meddle

Obsured by clouds

1972
Obsured by clouds

Dark of the Moon

1973
Dark of the Moon

Line Up

David Gilmour : Guitares, Chant
Nick Mason : Batterie, Percussions
Roger Waters : Basse, Guitares, Chant
Richard Wright : Claviers, Chant

SetList

1Speak to Me
2Breathe
3On the Run
4Time
5Breathe (Reprise)
6Great Gig in the Sky
7Money
8Us & Them
9Any Colour You Like
10Brain Damage
11Eclipse
12One of These Days
13Careful with that Axe Eugene
14Echoes

Allées X Venues

Pink Floyd

1972

5ticketT1972-01-27Newcastle City HallNewcastleEnglandB
11972-03-12SapporoJapanB01
21972-05-21Open Air FestivalGermersheimGermanyB01
31972-09-22Hollywood BowlLos AngelesCA, USB01

European Tour Oct20-Dec10, 1972

3951972-10-20Empire PoolWembleyEnglandA
4001972-10-21Empire PoolWembleyEnglandA
4051972-11-10Kb HallenCopenhagenDenmarkA
4101972-11-11Kb HallenCopenhagenDenmarkA
4151972-11-12Ernst Merck HalleHamburgGermanyA01
4201972-11-14Philips Veranstal TungshalleDusseldorfGermanyA
4251972-11-15SporthalleBoblingenGermanyA01
4301972-11-16FesthalleHessenGermanyA
4351972-11-17FesthalleFrankfurtGermanyA
4401972-11-20Taft AuditoriumCincinnatiOH, USA
4451972-11-22Salle ValliersMarseilleFranceA
4501972-11-23Salle ValliersMarseilleFranceA
4551972-11-24Salle ValliersMarseilleFranceA
4601972-11-25Salle ValliersMarseilleFranceA
4651972-11-26Salle ValliersMarseilleFranceA
4701972-11-28Palais Des SportsToulouseFranceA
4751972-11-29Palais Des ExpositionsPoitiersFranceA01 / 02
4801972-12-01Palais Des SportsSaint OuenFranceA01
4851972-12-02Palais Des SportsSaint OuenFranceA
4901972-12-03Palais Des SportsCaenFranceA
4951972-12-05Vorst NationaalBrusselsBelgiumA
500XticketT1972-12-07Le Palais Des SportsLilleFranceA01 / 02 / 03
505ticketT1972-12-08Parc Des ExpositionsNancyFranceA
5101972-12-09HallenstadionZurichSwitzerlandA01 / 02
5151972-12-10Palais Des SportsLyonFranceA01

1973

41973-10-12Olympia HalleMünchenGermanyB01

Enregistrements

(1/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-03-12, Sapporo, Japan

Audio/mp3, ?/?, (?)

Notes

Pink Floyd
1972-03-12
Sapporo, japan

01 - speak to me
02 - breathe
03 - on the run
04 - time
05 - the great gig in the sky
06 - money
07 - us and them
08 - any colour you like
09 - brain damage
10 - eclipse
11 - one of these days
12 - careful with that axe eugene

(2/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-05-21, Open Air Festival, Germersheim, Germany

Audio/flac, ?/?, (?)

006002001f006002001b006002001i
Notes

PINK FLOYD - "DOUBLE BUBBLE"

Label: The Bubble Company
Cat. N: KA 01/02

CD 1:

Side 1:

1) Atom Heart Mother (17:08)
2) Set The Control For The Heart Of The Sun (11:37)

Side 2:

3) One Of These Days (08:32)
4) Be Careful With That Axe Eugene (09:57)

CD 2:

Side 3:

5) Echoes (23:04)

Side 4:

6) A Saucerful Of Secrets (12:58)


1972 05 21 Germersheim, GER (Open Air Festival)
Insel Grun, Germersheim

http://www.pf-roio.de/roio/roio-lp/double_bubble.lp.html
1000 copies, mine is n. 602.

Digital copy of original vinyl. Comic paper inside the cover.


(3/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-09-22, Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA, US

Audio/flac, ?/?, (?)

006003001f006003001b
Notes

Pink Floyd
Bowl de Luna (Rev. A)
HRV CDR 012

Live @ Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood
22.9.1972

Superb Quality

Tracklist:
CD 1
01 - Breathe
02 - The Travel Sequence
03 - Time
04 - Home Again
05 - The Great Gig in the Sky
06 - Money
07 - Us and Them
08 - Any Colour You Like
09 - Brain Damage
10 - Eclipse

CD 2
01 - One of These Days
02 - Careful with that Axe Eugene
03 - Echoes
04 - A Saucerful of Secrets
05 - Set the Controls

www.harvested.org

by waking_eyes
waking_eyes@yahoo.it



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Info

Concert enregistré le 22 septembre 1972 à l'Hollywood Bowl en Californie.
Le son est excellent, l'interprétation superbe... pour changer, voici encore un indispensable !

Label : Harvested HRV CDR 012 (Rev. A)

(415/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-11-12, Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, Germany

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Notes

Pink Floyd - 1972-11-12 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, Germany
Quality: Vg+/Ex-
Lineage: Master>dat>cd-r(2)>EAC (secure with C2)>CDWave>CEP 2.1>WAV>TLH (with Align)>FLAC(7)
Taped by: ??
Transfered by: mesquite

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Set List:

Disc 1:
01. Speak To Me 0:47
02. Breathe 2:50
03. On The Run 6:11
04. Time 5:58
05. Breathe (reprise) 1:05
06. The Great Gig In The Sky 4:35
07. Money 6:20
08. Us And Them 7:41
09. Any Colour You Like 6:02
10. Brain Damage 3:46 (cut at the end, tape flip)
11. Eclipse 0:58 (cut at the beginning, tape flip)

Disc 2:
01. One Of These Days 8:13
02. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 13:03
03. Echoes 23:53
04. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 12:03

Total: 103:33

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Notes: Many many thanks to the taper and Mesquite for sharing this gem from his fantastic collection. Recording seems a little boomy, turn down the bass & turn up the treble during playback. Can never get bored of CWTAE (a psychedelic masterpiece) and Echoes. Nice jam during OTR & ACYL.

This cd came to me with 11 tracks with some repeats between cds. I used cdwave & Cool Edit pro (CEP) to split tracks and remove any repeats. No other processing was done.

Seeded by: fatoldpig

Trade/share freely, do not sell.
Do not encode as MP3 or any other lossy format and redistribute.
Do not remaster with evil Noise Reduction (NR) or alter the text if you want to share.
Include the original text/lineage if you remaster.


(425/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-11-15, Sporthalle, Boblingen, Germany

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006425001a006425001b006425001c006425001d
Notes

Pink Floyd
11-15-72
Sporthalle
Boblingen, West Germany

disc 01
01 Speak To Me/Breathe - added Speak to Me from 1st Gen
02 On the Run - fixed gap at 0:40 and drop out at 0:54 with 1st Gen material
03 Time/Breathe (Reprise)
04 Great Gig in the Sky
05 Money
06 Us and Them
07 Any Colour You Like - fixed drop out at 5:02
08 Brain Damage/Eclipse - fixed gap at beginning of song

disc 02
01 Careful With That Axe, Eugene
02 Echoes (Looking Through the Knotholes in Granny's Wooden Leg) -
added intro and ending and fixed gap at 21:30 from 1st Gen material
03 One of These Days
04 Set the Controls For the Heart of the Sun - combined two tracks into one
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**Comments by Feather at Dimeadozen.org June 2005:

Great Gig in Boblingen REV A.K
Sporthalle Boblingen West Germany
11-15-72

The main source for this revision is The Great Gig in Boblingen Ganja 011/2 ROIO minus the filler from the Rainbow Theatre.
Additional material was used from the untitled 1st Gen ROIO of this date to fill in missing intros, gaps and drop outs.
In my opinion Great Gig is better sounding than the other ROIOs available for this date but had some bad edits, bad indexing
and other minor problems.
I did clip restoration to the whole ROIO and balanced the channels a little better.
Also did various declicking and what not. All modifications were done using Cool Edit Pro.
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As always please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or complaints.
kingjollytrouser 04-13-2004

oh yeah... don't encode to crappy loss-riden formats blah-blah-blah.

**Nickdfresh**

This is one of my favorite bootlegs to listen to. It is both haunting and fascinating.
This show of "Darkside of the Moon" predated the albums release by several months and has a few differences.
For instance, "The Great Gig In The Sky" is played as an instrumental without the vocalist musings on the album version.
So crack open a beer (or whatever), fire up your lava lamp and turn out the lights as you slip on the earphones.
This is a great thing for any Floyd fan both casual or diehard...

I have take this torrent "as-is" with the original SHN.

(475/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-11-29, Palais Des Expositions, Poitiers, France

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006475001a
Notes

pinkfloyd
1972-11-29

any colour you like
palais des expositions, poitiers


01-speak to me-breath.
02-on the run.
03-time.
04-breath (reprise).
05-the great gig in the sky.
06-money.
07-us and them.
08-any colour you like.
09-brain damage.
10-eclipse.
11-echoes.
12-one of these days.

(475/2) Pink Floyd, 1972-11-29, Palais Des Expositions, Poitiers, France

Audio/, /, ()

006475002b006475002a
Notes

PINK FLOYD
1972-11-29
Palais des Expositions, Poitiers, France
"The Devils Inside" - FA019

Lineage: Cass[M or 1] > CDR > WAV > SHN > WAV > remastering > FLAC
(sector boundaries aligned, level 8)
Software: mkwACT 0.97 beta 1 - Adobe Audition 1.5 - CDwave 1.71 -
Flac Frontend 1.1.0 - Trader's Little Helper 0.9.356 (for ffp and md5)
Source: analog audience recording, equipment unknown
SQ rating: EX-


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TRACKLIST:
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Disc 1: [47:22]
01. Speak To Me [2:10]
02. Breathe [2:52]
03. The Travel Sequence [6:31]
04. Time [5:10]
05. Breathe (reprise) [1:03]
06. The Great Gig In The Sky [4:19]
07. Money [5:49]
08. Us & Them [7:25]
09. Any Colour You Like [6:38]
10. Brain Damage [3:41]
11. Eclipse [1:38]

Disc 2: [46:30]
01. Tuning Up [2:31]
02. One of These Days [8:24]
03. Careful with That Axe, Eugene [12:34]
04. Echoes [23:00]

Total Time: [93:52]


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RELEASE NOTES:
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First of all I have to thank The Greedy for giving me the source for this remaster and making nice artwork for this release. The source he gave me was a slight upgrade to the previous 3rd generation
version that I had before.

This show is one of the few French concerts from winter 1972, in terms of length probably the shortest concerts ever for Pink Floyd (if we don't consider short festival appearances). At that point in this European Winter Tour, Pink Floyd was near the end of a marathon touring year with 85 gigs played to date: two UK tours, two US tours, two European tours and even a series of concerts in Japan. Though this was the 79th and a half time they played the Dark Side of The Moon suite (including the aborted premiere in Brighton on January 20th) and though most of the album was already recorded, Dark Side was still undergoing some changes. Remember the album was not yet released, testify the friend of the taper asking during the set to the taper what the names of the songs were. "They're all unreleased!"

Typical of the 1972 performances, On The Run is still a nice guitar jam. What was previously entitled "The Mortality Sequence" began to sound allmost like the definitive Great Gig In The Sky. That fantastic piano composition of mr. Wright was still lacking the now famous vocals and included a more heavy sounding chorus portion.
Since the band wasn't touring with backing vocalists or saxophonist Dick Parry, as for Great Gig in The Sky, Money and Us & Them sound rougher than the definitive versions. David Gilmour and Richard Wright deliver fantastic work to fill in the vocal and sax parts with their respective instruments. Particularly Wright seems to have fun playing with a wah-wah pedal effect on his organ for the Money solo.

The second set is not less typical for this tour, though it consists of older songs, familiar to the audience which sounds a little more receptive. First comes One of These Days, then Careful with That Axe, Eugene, one of the 5 or 6 known versions with Roger's Pictish rant, making the tune even more scary and mysterious before the culminating point of the climax. I surely would have shivered if I was there. As usually, the audience keeps asking for Echoes, Pink Floyd's masterpiece at that time. And that's just what they get! Nothing less than a 22 minutes long encore.

Performance-wise, it shows the band was a little tired. Here and there you'll spot some errors, especially during Echoes. Once Nick changes pattern a few bars too early, another time it's Dave who sounds a bit lost in his solo. Dark Side also sounds a bit too mechanical at times. Still we can't call this a weak show, but just not one of the most memorable.

Though the audience behaves most of the time, they are a little bit more noisy than usual. Nothing compared to the typical American crowd, but all that whistling between songs becomes a little annoying towards the end. Another source of noise are the taper and his friends. Not enough of the many interferences dued to the equipment, you'll easily notice they are drinking wine from the bottle throughout the show. One of the guys in particulary is very jovial "Il y a encore du rouge?" (Is there some red wine left?) ; "Assis bande de cons!" (Sit down bunch of morons) etc.

Overall, we would rate this show a 7/10 for the performance and again 7/10 for the sound (mind that the source was barely 5/10!). Not a essential, but very enjoyable!

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REMASTERING NOTES:
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Everything has been done with Adobe Audition 1.5.

The whole show has been speed-corrected, it ran too fast, off by about 105%. I used both the cash register sound effect from Money and the clocks from Time taken from the official release of Dark Side of
The Moon as reference point. Indeed, it's just the same backing tape they used live :-)

About a hundred little crackling sounds of less than 0.1s have been carefully removed throughout the whole show, either on both channels or just one. I spent about 12hours (for a 95min recording!) removing them one by one, but of course I might have overlooked a few even after a 5th listen. Some were not to be completely removed but I have at least reduced them a lot.

Some drops in the right channel have been corrected by mirroring the left channel instead. Since the right channel seemed to be a tad weaker than the left one, I mirrored the left channel at 90% volume.

There was a huge drop+crackle in the intro of Money, I deleted that bar and merged the previous and the next one nicely.

A big "firecracker" sound occured in the intro of U&T, exactly the same type of sound as on the roio "cracked crackers". I managed to reduce this noise to a minimum, what is left is a light crackle.

It seems the tape is a little bit damaged during the first verse of U&T, causing some mini-warbles and speed fluctuation - nothing to do about that.

A few channel micro-drops but especially a long 7s drop of the right channel during Any Colour You Like have also been corrected by mirroring the left channel. This one correction, because of it's length, might be more audible than others, because the panning clearly changes.

There was also a cut with loss of music during ACYL (I guess from tape flipping). I have tried to smoothen this cut with a progressive fade out and in.

Again in the intro of Brain Dramage the tape source dropped causing a loss of 2 bars. I managed to merge the last bar before the drop with the first bar after the drop, and I hope quite smoothly. What you'll hear is Brain Damage with a very short intro that is missing a few bars and therefore the lyrics are beginning early.

The taper stopped recording during intermissions, that's why I had a 'natural' gap between the Dark Side suite and OOTD. Since we don't lose anything in the continuity I decided to put OOTD on the second
disc while it is actually part of the first set, so the discs timing are more or less equal.

There is no audible gap between Careful and Echoes, but clearly part of the intermission was cut (on the master). I did nothing to correct the merge between those songs, I found that cut not too annoying and hardly noticeable. That's the point I chose for track split.
However, part of the audience noise and Roger's announcement of Echoes were repeated. This is because on my source CD transfer Echoes was put as only track on disc 2 and it began with the end of disc 1.
Of course I deleted this repeated segment and merged it nicely to the previous portion.

There was constant hiss present, prominently on the left channel, causing a very disturbing unbalanced effect. I applied very slight curved hiss reduction with a peak of -5dB around the 16KHz range for
the left channel and -4dB for the right channel, that was a little weaker and less hissy.
No worries, I do hate the usual quickly and unintelligently applied Noise Reduction too. I did not use simple NR but rather a process of reducing the volume of some frequenties. Hence the depth and the
sound quality of the master are preserved. Just listen to Nick's cymbals at the very end of GGITS during the piano outro or during the quieter parts of the Travel Sequence (On The Run jam) and you'll hear
by yourself there's no swooshy cymbal or any other artifact generated by this process.

Finally the last 'remastering' process I applied is making the stereo field a tad wider for a more enjoyable listen with headphones. I did it by mixing the new channels by 100% of the channel + -40% of the opposite channel. This had also as an effect to reduce the overall volume a bit, which was very loud anyway and proach to clipping.


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Furry Animal zoulouy@hotmail.com and The Greedy
Released in October 2005


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(480/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-01, Palais Des Sports, Saint Ouen, France

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Pink Floyd

Palais des Sports de L'Ile de la Jatte, Saint Ouen, France
1 December 1972

01 On The Run (incomplete)
02 Time
03 Breathe (Reprise)
04 The Great Gig In The Sky
05 Money
06 Us And Them
07 Any Colour You Like (cuts)
08 Any Colour You Like (in full)
09 Brain Damage
10 Eclipse
11 One Of These Days
12 RTL presenter
13 Careful With That Axe, Eugene
14 BlueS (cuts)
15 Blues (in full)
16 Echoes
17 Childhood's End

Total running time 97m 38s

AM > Cass(1) > DAT(1) > WAV (16-bit/48kHz) > FLAC

This is a 1st gen 48kHz recording of the RTL Radio broadcast from 2 December 1972. Like other sources from this date it does not feature Speak to Me or Breathe.

The correct running time of the concert is about 90 minutes. My DAT has about 8 minutes of duplicated music with 4 in 15 secs repeated during Any Colour You Like and another 3 mins 40 secs minutes during Blues. Somebody might like to edit the extra music out but I decided it was best to avoid the temptation.

I normalized the WAV but no other processing has been applied.

Neon 05/08

(500/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-07, Le Palais Des Sports, Lille, France

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Date : 1972-12-07 Version 1
Palais des sports, Lille

Source: Telefunken tape recorder > Audacity > mp3/128
Taped by: ZEF

Disc 1: Dark Side Of The Moon

Speak to Me/Breathe
On the Run
Time
Breathe (Reprise)
Great Gig in the Sky
Money
Us & Them
Any Colour You Like
Brain Damage
Eclipse

Disc 2:

One of These Days
Careful with that Axe Eugene
Echoes

(500/2) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-07, Le Palais Des Sports, Lille, France

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1972-12-07
No Known Recording
Pink Floyd
Palais des Sports
Lille, France


Audience mono.

Sound Quality : G

(1972) Telefunken mono tape recorder
(2008) Sony stereo tape recorder TC-377

Lineage: ANA(M) > WAV(PCM 48Khz 24bits) > Flac

Recording : ZEF
Joking : Raymond
No Editing : ANDbreton
Artwork included : John SousMarin

The Band :

Rick Wright
David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Roger Waters

Track List :

disc 1

Dark Side Of The Moon

00 audience
01 Speak to Me
02 Breathe
03 On the Run
04 Time/Breathe (Reprise)
05 Great Gig in the Sky
06 Money
07 Us & Them
08 Any Colour You Like
09 Brain Damage
10 Eclipse

Total time : 48:45

disc 2

00 Tune up
01 One of These Days
02 Careful with that Axe Eugene
03 Echoes

Total time : 40:20

Sousmarin_john@hotmail.fr
Hehe, my dear friend...let us not forget that heaven is blue...tomorrow the world!

(500/3) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-07, Le Palais Des Sports, Lille, France

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"Filling a Gap" (IFWT-CDR-035) (REC.1)
With a huge thanks to ParanoidEyes, IFWT team is glad to seed this missing date

Source:

Telefunken tape recorder, external mic (mono) > Audacity (1.2.6) no Filter >
WAV (48Khz/24bits) > remastering / cleaning / restoration (MOB "touch") > FLAC (44.1Khz/16bits)

Setlist:

Disc 1: Dark Side Of The Moon
01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe
03. On The Run
04. Time
05. The Great Gig In The Sky
06. Money
07. Us And Them
08. Any Colour You Like
09. Brain Damage
10. Eclipse

Disc 2:
01. One Of These Days
02. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
03. Echoes

Taped by: ZEF

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Remastering notes (from MOB):

The rough recording was already very good, but needed some restoration and cleaning before being spread worldwide. Indeed, due to the age of the mastertape, a lot of crackles, tape warble and level fluctuations were present on the rough digital transfer.
These have been manually cleaned as much as possible. Also, the rough version had a lot of clipping that needed to be corrected. Some frequencies with musical content were buried in the original transfer, therefore a slight EQ was applied in order to bring clarity to the recording. There were some abrupt cuts on the mastertape (two cuts during Breathe, one cut at the beginning of Us And Them and one cut in the middle of OOTD, not to mention numerous "pause" operations by the taper during some tunings and applause between songs).
These have been restored by editing, so that the recording is now presented in a continuous way, with smooth transitions.

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Notes by PE:

Almost like David Vincent, it all started with a torrent which had attracted my attention : Gong 1973-06-19, a gig at Roger Salengro's salle - Lille, France, chez les ch'tis.

Contact was made with the seeder (Sous-Marin) who turned out to be the taper of this show.
Sewing up, and after a few blow-jobs I learned that he had recorded the Campus radio show AM original broadcast (1970) : Pink Floyd 1970-01-23 at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées.
I therefore encouraged him to torrent this recording.
Then, on his website, I saw a date which intrigued me : Pink Floyd 1972-07-12,Lille.
.... Lille? le pays des ch'tis œuf course ! but as far as I knew no recording of this particular gig were reported !...

With this new contact we discussed via emails until I learned that the taper (named ZEF) actually taped this gig and that SousMarin owns a mp3/128Kbits recording of this show.
Then began the quest for the "lossless" source of this recording...
Days passing, a lot of blow-jobs again and weeks later, an email just arrived, ZEF replied to Sous-Marin :

I had a small tape recorder, the later Telefunken (R.I.P blessed tape recorder) connected to an external microphone.
I digitalized the tape with Audacity (version 1.2.6) using default settings.
Audacity detected my recording as being in mono. I did not correct the file or apply any filters. This was a "rough" transfer direct from tape to HD.

Bingo! we finally got it

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Dedicated to all the good people in Yeeshkul, IFWT & PRS hubs.
I really want to thanks all the guys behind this release :

MOB - for the mastering of this show, Breathe - for his general help, and the use of IFWT label for this release.
Alex - for helping in translations,
Sous-Marin (aka AndPh.) - for grabbing the source
Raymond Dzarek (aka PhD.) - for discovering 2 years back that a recording exist!

...and the last, but not the least, the taper ZEF (aka AndP.)!

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Now, time to seed IFWT-CDR-035
Thanks all

Cheers,
BruNo. (aka PE)

(510/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-09, Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland

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Pink Floyd
December 09, 1972
Hallenstadion - Zurich, Switzerland

Source: AUD > Low gen clone of master tape > CD-R > WAV > SHN

Sound quality - A-/A

Taken from the 'In a Neutral Land, Revision 1' bootleg. Man of Leisure Music (MoLM)
Remastered by Danalog


Disc 1:

Dark Side Of The Moon ...48:24

Disc 2:

01) One of These Days ...08:48
02) Careful With That Axe, Eugene ...13:17
03) Echoes ...23:59
04) Childhood's End ...11:19



Notes:

This is speed-corrected and de-hissed, with some boosting having been done to the upper sound range. This is a complete concert, and includes 'Childhood's End', which is missing from other versions of this great concert.


(510/2) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-09, Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland

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1972-12-09
Pink Floyd
Hallenstadion
Zurich,
Switzerland

a01 Speak To Me
a02 Breathe
a03 On The Run
a04 Time
a05 Breathe (reprise)
a06 The Great Gig In The Sky
a07 Money
a08 Us And Them
a09 Any Colour You Like
a10 Brain Damage
a11 Eclipse
b01 One Of These Days
b02 Careful With That Axe, Eugene
e01 Echoes
e02 Childhood's End



(515/1) Pink Floyd, 1972-12-10, Palais Des Sports, Lyon, France

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Pink Floyd - 1972-12-10 Palais des Sports, Lyon, France
Quality: VG+
Lineage: 1st gen>dat>cd-r(2)>EAC (secure with C2)>CDWave>CEP 2.1>WAV>TLH (with Align)>FLAC(7)
Taped by: ??
Transfered by: mesquite

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Set List:

Disc 1:
01. Speak To Me 2:36
02. Breathe 2:48
03. On The Run 6:04
04. Time 5:14
05. Breathe (reprise) 1:05
06. The Great Gig In The Sky 4:30
07. Money 6:15
08. Us And Them 7:28
09. Any Colour You Like 9:25
10. Brain Damage 3:59
11. Eclipse 1:40

Disc 2:
01. Tuneup 3:17
02. One Of These Days 7:55
03. Tuneup 2:21
04. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 12:53
05. Tuneup 2:22
06. Echoes 23:36

Total: 103:37

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Notes: Many many thanks to the taper (whereever you're) and Mesquite for sharing this gem from his fantastic collection. 1972 is one of my favorite year and this show has pic rant on CwtAE (what a treat)! This cd came to me with 4 tracks with some repeats between cds. I used cdwave & Cool Edit pro (CEP) to split tracks and remove any repeats. No other processing was done.

Seeded by: fatoldpig

Trade/share freely, do not sell.
Do not encode as MP3 or any other lossy format and redistribute.
Do not remaster with evil Noise Reduction (NR) or alter the text if you want to share.


(4/1) Pink Floyd, 1973-10-12, Olympia Halle, München, Germany

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PINK FLOYD: Olympiahalle, Munich-October 12, 1973-Master Tape

Master tape>dat>cd-r>Bias Peak Pro 5.2.1>XACT>flac

Gilmour/Waters/Wright/Mason/w. Dick Parry on sax

Here is a wonderful 1973 Floyd show from the master tape, recorded by the same lad who did the recently posted Emerson, Lake & Palmer 1973 Munich show. The sound quality is EX- and song samples are provided. This one is for those who live "by thy rivers gently flowing, o'er thy prairies verdant growing," in the noble Land of Lincoln.

Setlist:
Disc One: (67:42)
1.Obscured By Clouds/When You're In
2.Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
3.Careful With That Axe Eugene
4.Echoes
Disc Two: (69:49)
Dark Side Of The Moon:
5.Speak To Me/Breathe/On The Run
6.Time/Breathe (reprise)/The Great Gig In The Sky
7.Money
8.Us And Them/Any Color You Like/Brain Damage
9.Eclipse
10.One of These Days



ON TV

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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 ,