Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

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Post by Vegetableman1967 » Sun Apr 22, 2018 8:00 pm

The Gunner's Dream wrote:You're all wrong, "The Final Cut live at the Royal albert hall january 4th, 1983" is the most rare


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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by Rooster1 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 10:10 am

The rarest bootleg ever would be live UK recordings of the 5 man Floyd with Syd and David. I'd love to hear how their guitar and vocal work interlocked (or didn't if Syd was having an off night). By all accounts it'd probably not be a great show - but interesting.

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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by Hadrian » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:43 pm

We actually have one studio recording of a five-man Pink Floyd, fully released - "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun". There are several different guitar parts recorded by both David Gilmour and Syd Barrett (the track was recorded in August and October 1967 and January 1968). Many people are not aware of this. For me this is the ultimate Pink Floyd track, for that particular reason.

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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by Rooster1 » Tue May 01, 2018 1:23 pm

Hadrian wrote:We actually have one studio recording of a five-man Pink Floyd, fully released - "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun". There are several different guitar parts recorded by both David Gilmour and Syd Barrett (the track was recorded in August and October 1967 and January 1968). Many people are not aware of this. For me this is the ultimate Pink Floyd track, for that particular reason.
I'd love to sit at a control desk and play with the levels to hear how the two guitar parts work together. I've often listened to it trying to separate Syd from David's part - but the guitars are so ambient and background its difficult to tell.

I do wonder if someone at the 5 man Floyd concerts smuggled in a home recording kit and its sitting in an attic somewhere. I have a copy of the 1967 Stockholm concert some guy recorded with some quite decent kit and the sound quality is actually pretty good. We live in hope.

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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by twcc » Tue May 01, 2018 10:16 pm

Rooster1 wrote:
Hadrian wrote:... I have a copy of the 1967 Stockholm concert some guy recorded with some quite decent kit and the sound quality is actually pretty good. We live in hope.
The eight tracks from the 10 Sept 1967 event at Gyllene Cirkeln in Stockholm were included on CD2 in the 1965-67 CAMBRIDGE ST/ATION element of 'The Early Years'

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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:50 am

The rarest bootleg is it: https://www.echoeshub.com/recordings/ju ... php?id=130
It have a jam about Julia Dream.
If someone can download it, please send me a message.

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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by Hadrian » Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:04 pm

If "Julia Dream" jam information is indeed correct, that is a five man Pink Floyd live recording (!!!). Can anyone confirm?

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Re: Rarest PF bootleg ever?!

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:48 am

Hadrian wrote:If "Julia Dream" jam information is indeed correct, that is a five man Pink Floyd live recording (!!!). Can anyone confirm?
If it´s real, it would be a nice discover