Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Pompeii, Italy (10/04-07/71)


FP-01 A
Matrix Disc: FP-01 A
Bar Code: 7 388090 401697

Download: FLAC/MP3

Tracks: Time:

1. Opening Sequence 3:27
2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 6:27
3. A Saucerful Of Secrets 9:49
4. One Of These Days 5:34
5. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 9:56
6. Mademoisselle Knobs 1:57
7. Echoes 24:04

Bonus Tracks:
8. One Of These Days (Effected Demo Version) 4:47
9. One Of These Days (Alternate Version) 7:00

Total Time: 72:21

Digitaly Remastered SESSION DURING October 4th-7th 1971


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – San Francisco, CA (04/29/70)

Pink Floyd - Interstellar Fillmore

Pink Floyd
Interstellar Filmore
Recorded live at the filmore west.
April 29th,1970.

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A stereo soundboard recording.

Disc one:

1 Grantchester Meadows
2 Astronomy Domine
3 Cymbaline
4 Atom Heart Mother
5 Embryo

Disc two:

1 Green Is The Colour
2 Careful With That Axe, Eugene
3 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
4 A Saucerful Of Secrets (1st encore)
5 Interstellar Overdrive (2nd encore)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – London, England (08/09/80) “Soundboard on the Wall”


Pink Floyd
Earls Court
London, England
“Soundboard on the Wall” (PFR-CDR-001)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Soundboard
Label: PFR
Lineage: SBD > Cassett Tape Master > CD > WAV > FLAC (Other additional Lineage unknown.)

Set List:

Disc One:

01. In The Flesh? (first two notes cut)
02. The Thin Ice
03. Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 1
04. The Happiest Days of Our Lives
05. Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2
06. Mother
07. Goodbye Blue Sky
08. Empty Spaces
09. Young Lust
10. One Of My Turns
11. Don’t Leave Me Now
12. Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 3
13. Goodbye Cruel World

Disc Two:

01. Hey You
02. Is There Anybody Out There?
03. Nobody Home
04. Vera
05. Bring The Boys Back Home
06. Comforatbly Numb
07. The Show Must Go On
08. MC/ In The Flesh
09. Run Like Hell
10. Waiting For The Worms
11. Stop
12. The Trial
13. Outside The Wall

From the original uploader:
This recording is the best recording that we can just download. This recording is a pure soundboard recording without any further questions. Some people say that this a good audience recording and remasterd. Can you tell. Listen, do you think this is an audience recording?This recording was diginally remastered with good eqiptment. Like they ever needed to remaster it in the first place.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – At the Beeb, Vol. 1″

Front Insert

Pink Floyd
‘At The Beeb Vol. I’
Various Radio Appearances
19th December 1967
25th June 1968
2nd December 1968
12th May 1969
IME / Culmobia Label (PFATB6769)

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Soundboard Recording > Silver CD > FLAC (Lvl. 5)
Except 19th December 1967, which is;
“Excellent Broadcast Recordings” Low Gen Tapes > Silver CD > FLAC (Lvl. 5)


01. The Murderotic Woman or Careful With That Axe, Eugene
02. The Massed Gadgets of Hercules (A Saucerful of Secrets)
03. Let There Be More Light
04. Julia Dream


05. Point Me At The Sky
06. Baby Blue Shuffle in D Major (The Narrow Way Part One)
07. Embryo
08. Interstellar Overdrive


09. Grantchester Meadows
10. Cymbaline
11. Green is the Colour
12. The Narrow Way Part Three


13. Vegetable Man
14. Scream Thy Last Scream
15. Jugband Blues
16. Pow R. Toc H.


**Notes from Collectors Music Reviews**

The new release At The Beeb Volume I by the label Culombia (sic) is a compilation of 4 different BBC radio broadcasts of Pink Floyd performances from December 1967 to May 1969. The first, second, & fourth are Top Gear shows, while the third one is a Nite Ride show. They comprise the 1st disc of a double-disc factory-pressed silver original real 2-CD set  Volume II, the 2nd disc of the set, is of the legendary BBC session of September 30th, 1971, which I decided not to buy since I already have 5 different versions of it and can’t imagine the best ones possibly getting any noticeably superior.

Anyway, Volume I was selected because, although the outstanding Celestial Voices that was released by Rover Records several months ago included a major upgrade in sound quality for the first & third BBC shows, a big upgrade in sound quality for the second & fourth BBC shows can now be found on Volume I  in addition to such an upgrade for the first & third BBC shows that were included on Celestial Voices.

Unfortunately my ears aren’t good enough to be able to discern any noticeable difference(s) in quality between the same shows found on both Celestial Voices & Volume I, but all 4 shows on Volume I are a certain, long-awaited major upgrade in quality for the same 4 shows that can be found on the old Great Dane Records release The Complete Top Gear Sessions 1967-1969 (GDR CD 9206). Sadly, however, the old GDR title includes a 5th BBC show, from the autumn of 1967, for which a significant quality upgrade is
apparently not available  at least not yet.

The following is printed in exact word-for-word verbatim near the top of the rear cover of Volume I -These soundboard recordings are taken from the original masters, except for tracks 13 to 16 which were copied from an excellent broadcast recordings.

Introductory &/or concluding comments, mostly by John Peel, can be heard at the ends of each track. Packaged in a regular 1-CD jewel case, but with the rear insert being single-sided only in terms of artwork, with still very nice artwork overall that’s done similarly to that of Floyd’s 2nd officially released album, A Saucerful of Secrets, At The Beeb Volume I is a terrific find that is very highly recommended.

Reveiw here; http://www.collectorsmusicreviews.com/pink-floyd/pink-floyd-at-the-beeb-volume-i-culombia-sic-pfatb6769/

A brilliant little compilation, encompassing some of the overlooked radio work the Floyd did early in their careers,in brilliant quality. Nice and laid back, almost to the point of what is regarded ‘Stereotypical Floyd’, in astounding quality. As stated, the announcements are by the LEGENADRY John Peel, with some interesting little anecdotes from him
included; it’s almost like you’ve tuned into the shows the day they were broadcast – possibly the greatest nostalgia trip.
I would rate this as ‘ESSENTIAL’.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Montreux, Switzerland (11/21/70)

Pink Floyd
Altes Casino
Montreux, Switzerland

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Before the Fire: Montreux Casino
The Fireman’s Tapes, Volume III
FM* > Reel > DAT > cDR > EAC > 2 untracked SHN files >wav > cdwave > Flac Frontend (level 7, align sector boundaries) > flac

01 Astronomy Domine [10:33]
02 Fat Old Sun [13:56]
03 Atom Heart Mother [18:19]
04 Cymbaline [11:43]
05 Embryo [13:00]
06 Blues [9:11]

From the original uploader:
*This recording is purported to come from an FM ReelMaster. The sound quality is quite excellent, and this may very well be an appropriate lineage.The comparison to “Smoking Blues” reveals that this recording is brighter and cleaner, to my ears. You may find that its not an upgrade. caveat listener.danlynch 2004-08-17

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Melbourne, Australia (02/19/88)

Pink Floyd
Melbourne, Australia
Tennis Center

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Soundboard Recording
Lineage: SBD > ?? > ?? > EAC > Adobe Audition > Flac
Tracked by: Marek

Disc 1
101 – Shine on You Crazy Diamond I-V
102 – Signs of Life
103 – Learning to Fly
104 – Yet Another Movie_Round and Around – Missing
105 – A New Machine I
106 – Terminal Frost
107 – A New Machine II
108 – Sorrow
109 – The Dogs of War
110 – On the Turning Away

Disc 2
201 – One of these Days
202 – Time
203 – On the Run
204 – Wish You Were Here
205 – Welcome to the Machine
206 – Us and Them
207 – Money
208 – Another Brick In The Wall II
209 – Comfortably Numb

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd Careful With That Axe Eugene – The Sgt Weatherman Compilation (1968 – 1977)

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Pink Floyd
Careful With That Axe Eugene
The Sgt Weatherman Compilation 1968-1977

Well I figure if Neil Young Fans can have multi disc compilations of one track why not The Pink Floyd?

So Here it is Careful With That Axe Eugene From 1968 to 1977. I have tried to pick the nicer sounding tracks
(audio quality) rather than any other criteria. I have faded the tracks in & out Nero Wave Editor) so there are no harsh
starts or finish to the tracks. All track run through Wave Corrector for de-clicking and channel balancing. I have boosted the treble a little on some of the early tracks but nothing major. No noise reduction. all coding and decoding with Traders Little Helper
(love that program) No SBE

Remember this was made by an idiot for idiots SORRY that’s made by a fan for fans. As you would expect from me it comes
with a fair selection of artwork
Please enjoy and remember it just a bit of fun  Sgt Weatherman
Heres the details

disc 1
01. BBC Studios, 201 Piccadilly, London, England 1968-06-25
02. Jaarbeurs-Margriethal Utrecht, Holland 1968-12-28
03. Royal Festival Hall London April 14, 1969
04. BBC Session, Paris Cinema, London, England 1969-05-12
05. Free Trade Hall, Manchester Lancashire, ENG 1969-06-22
06. Royal Albert Hall 1969-06-26
07. Plumpton Racecourse 1969-08-08
08. Southampton University Hampshire 1969-09-05
09. Amsterdam 1969-09-17

Disc 2
01. Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey, England 1970-01-18
02. Akademsika Foreningens Stora SalLund, Sweden 1970-03-20
03. KQED TV Studios San Francisco, CA 1970-04-30
04. Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA  1970-09-26 Early show.
05. Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark 1970-11-12
06. City Hall, Shefield, Yorkshire, Uk 1970-12-22

Disc 3
01. Oude Ahoy Hallen, Rotterdam, Netherlands 1971-04-03
02.Philipshalle, Duesseldorf Germany 1971-06-04
03.Hakone Aphrodite (Open Air Festival) Hakone, Japan 1971-08- 6th or 7th
04. The Great Hall, Bradford University, Yorkshire, England 1971-10-10
05. Lisner Auditorium in Washington, DC 1971-11-16

Disc 4
01. The Brighton Dome Brighton, England 1972-01-20
02. Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London UK 1972-02-20
04. Open Air Festival Germersheim Germany 1972-05-21
05. Sporthalle, Bˆblingen Germany 1972-11-15
06. Saint-Ouen, Palais des Sports 1972-12-01

Disc 5
01. Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, Missouri, USA 1973-03-06
02. Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada 1973-03-11
03. Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA 1973-03-14
04. The Palace Theater, Waterbury Connecticut, USA. 1973-03-18
05. Tampa Stadium Tampa, FLA 1973-06-29
06. Stadthalle Wien, Austria 1973-10-13

Disc 6
01. The Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1969-08-09
02. Mont de L’Enchus Amougies Pop & Jazz Festival Belgium 1969-10-25
03. Afan Indoor Sports Center Port Talbot, Wales 1969-12-06
04. Blackhills Garden Party, Hyde Park Free Concert Hyde Park, London, England 1970-07-18
05. Dusseldorf 1972-11-14
06. 1977-05-09
07. Come In No. 51 Your Time is Up (Soundtrack)
08. Come In No. 51 Your Time is Up (Film)

Repost Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Stockholm, Sweden (09/10/67)

Gyllene Circelen

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SOURCE: sonic studio dsm 6 (w/ pre-amp & bass roll off) > tascam tascam dr-07 (44khz/24bit)
TRANSFER: adobe audition 3.0 > flac level 8
LOCATION: next to the soundboard, approx. 6 meters off the speakers, center
TOTAL: 43:02

02 mathilda mother
03 pow r toc h
04 scream thy last scream
05 set the controls for the heart of the sun
06 see emily play
07 interstellar overdrive

– this is a 44 khz/24 bit version. you either need to downsample it to 44/16 to put it to cd or download a 44/16 version from dimeadozen.
– some general information about how this “replay” came to be http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/dec/08/stockholm-pink-floyd-bootleg
– more detailed info here: http://www.sydbarrettpinkfloyd.com/2010/12/pink-floyd-copenhagen-1967-recording.html
– lotsa pros and cons about what to do with this recording: http://www.yeeshkul.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22578
– very nice pix here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12599973@N05/sets/72157626559863163/
– 1st and biggest thank you to mr. lind who originally and perfectly recorded the show
– thanx to peooohh for getting me tix, a place to stay, swedish beer etc etc
– thank to creamcheese for “treating” (only very, very little normalising and editing was done with extreme caution)
– “last time i took drugs, i tried to eat an airport”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Unheaded Warnings (06/23/89)

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Source: AUD.
‘Linzer Stadion’
‘One World Away’
Linzer Stadion
Linz, Austria

Venue: June 23rd, 1989 ñ Linzer Stadion, Linz, Austria.


A part of european ‘Another Lapse’ 1989 tour, promoting ‘A Momentary Lapse Of Reason’ album.
Unprocessed raw rip from genuine 1st generation analog tape. Great sound. The best quality
from all known bootlegs from this show. What is also important, the longest version available.

Audience recorder 1.
Lineage: A1 Cass[Master]>Cass[TDK]>AKAI TapeDeck>SBLive>CoolEditPro>PCM 48kHz WAV>TLH>FLAC.


Disc 1:
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (12:19)
2. Signs Of Life (3:59)
3. Learning To Fly (5:53)
4. Yet Another Movie (7:18)
5. Sorrow (11:00)
6. The Dogs Of War (8:13)
7. On The Turning Away (9:09)

Disc 2:
1. One Of These Days (7:28)
2. Time (5:29)
3. On The Run (3:33)
4. The Great Gig In The Sky (4:54)
5. Wish You Were Here (4:51)
6. Welcome To The Machine (8:31)
7. Us And Them (7:15)
8. Money (11:18)
9. Another Brick In The Wall ñ part 2 (5:01)
10. Comfortably Numb (11:14)

Disc 3:
1. One Slip (8:04)
2. Run Like Hell (10:04)

Total time: 145:33

Artwork: Wojtek

Repost Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Live for a Friend, London 1973

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Pink Floyd
Live for a Friend (The Robert Wyatt Benefit Concert)
London 1973

Historical note: first time since years and last time ever PF performed the same night with their friends of Soft Machine (apart from Nick Mason who occasionally drumed for Wyatt in solo and Wyatt singing on Mason’s Fictitious Sports). This is the second show (9pm) of that evening. The title comes of course from the fact this was a concert in benefit for former Soft Machine frontman Robert Wyatt who had broke his spine recently (he fell from a 3rd floor window during a party). Very last concert of that 1973 year for PF, before their 74 French tour. Last time a tune from the soundtrack of La Vallée was played. OBC here runs veeeeery slow, but it is not the tape, they played it like that! Really worth to get for OBC/When you’re in, since those are the best versions in terms of SQ and probably performance too.

Released on label Ganja, #14, the SQ is EX-. Lineage: AUD[LOW]>SILVER CD>CDR

1. Speak To Me (3:28)
2. Breathe (2:54)
3. On The Run (5:30)
4. Time (5:27)
5. Breathe (Reprise) (1:00)
6. The Great Gig in the Sky (6:14)
7. Money (7:29)
8. Us And Them (8:44)
9. Any Colour You Like (5:52)
10. Any Colour You Like/Brain Damage/Eclipse (7:30)
11. Obscured By Clouds (Part 1) (3:32)
12. Obscured by Clouds (Part 2) (2:07)
13. Obscured by Clouds (Part 3)/When You’re In (10:08)
14. Brain Damage (2:03)
15. Us And Them (0:51)

Tracks 1-13: Rainbow Theater, Finsbury Park, London, England. November 4th, 1973.
Tracks 14, 15: Abbey Road Studios, London, England. Sometime during 1972/73.
Tracks 14, 15 are taken from the 80 min version of ‘Live At Pompeii’.