Friday, 20 January 2017

Pink Floyd [1970.04.29] Interstellar Fillmore (HRV CDR 016) [SBD]

 Oh joy of joys!  -huge Floyd fan
Pink Floyd
'Interstellar Fillmore'
(Harvested : HRV CDR 016)
Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, USA
Wednesday April 29th, 1970

Stereo Soundboard Recording
Superb Quality
Encoded: 256 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01 - Grantchester Meadows
02 - Astronomy Domine
03 - Cymbaline
04 - Atom Heart Mother
05 - Embryo
Disc 2:
01 - Green Is The Colour
02 - Careful With That Axe, Eugene
03 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
04 - A Saucerful Of Secrets [1st. Encore]
05 - Interstellar Overdrive [2nd. Encore]

Oh joy of joys. A complete soundboard of a Pink Floyd show. And it's a pre-DSotM show.
Could this get any better?
Yeah. The performances are great. It's one of the ONLY times they did Grandchester Meadows, it has the full "nightmare" sequence in Cymbaline, it's got an awesome four-man Atom Heart Mother (or, looking at the date, should I say The Amazing Pudding?).
This is full. It includes Roger's talking and tuning up, plus the silence and muffled chatter when Roger leaves the mic after Cymbaline, before the soundboard is turned off.
Before Embryo (an incredible performance, might I add; but also, it has that "whale" noise that later went into Echoes, which is strange), an unidentifiable voice says "What". There's reverb on it, though. It sounds American, although I have absolutely no idea who or what it is. It actually sounds like Frank Zappa. (More...) -Original

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