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Pink Floyd
08/04/16 at 15:46:40
 
Love them or hate them, but one thing is sure, they knew how to record their music.  The sonics are astonishing.
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Reply #1 - 08/04/16 at 16:44:14
 
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Reply #2 - 08/04/16 at 17:30:46
 
I've seen this.  I don't know how much of a fan I am for there music during this period.  I start at DSOTM.  It would be nice if they release something similar but for the latter years.
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Reply #3 - 08/05/16 at 18:45:06
 
Mman, this to a Floyd purist is like, just awsesome.
Syd Barrett rides again !   Cool His slide guitars` sonics can be otherworldly.
Can be lol, they are.
Yes DSOFTM was a natural progression from Meddle, with the amazing `Echoes` side. And there`ll be live performance (s?).
A step back to Atom HM, not massive but still Floydy.
What a lot of fans will be wanting is stuff from Ummagumma and the early psychadelic meanderings.

I have a boot of `Alans psychadelic breakfast` where they ( or Alan? ) cook breakfast on stage. It`s v/gd and if they have that cleaned up etc.....

all the best
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Reply #4 - 08/05/16 at 20:42:13
 
Syd, I'm a big fan of David Gilmour.  I can sense your enthusiasm for this release and I hope it is everything you want it to be.  I read about it and it sounds like the package contains some very interesting music.  I wonder if any of it will be released in pieces.
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Reply #5 - 08/05/16 at 23:40:12
 
Syd,
I think this is a little cheaper than the $700 in the article.
And maybe with Brexit it could get cheaper.  :)

https://www.burningshed.com/store/progressive/product/453/7841/
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Reply #6 - 10/21/16 at 21:23:04
 
Interesting. As a PF fan since Ummagumma (spelling) I am much more interested in the Gilmore version. Saw PF at the Cow Palace in SF on the DSOTM/Wish You Were Here tour and it was amazing (considering the tech available at the time). Still listen to them and watch the videos. Just saw the Brit Floyd tour a few months ago and that band was AMAZING. Angela Cervantes totally ripped up The Great Gig in the Sky...standing ovation and tears of joy. Won't be dropping 700 buck on that package when I should be spending it on a new cartridge. Happy listening, Chris.
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