The NPF Forum has lots of contributors flooding the same point, over and over again. (Waters is an evil dictator...)
So, I don't understand why you're picking me out.
Something I forgot to reply:
Comparing 1965's Pink Floyd with 1967's Pink Floyd might be like comparing 1965's Beatles with 1967's Beatles.hallucalation wrote: ↑Sat Oct 03, 2020 8:52 amThere's at least one acetate of Pink Floyd from 1965 that completely does not sound like them and there's no studio documents or anything, yet it's on official release and no one question it's authencity. If that acetate (Remember Me) would had surfaced same way as Henry, i think everyone would suspect it to be fake.
Comparing 'Help!' with 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'... Musically rather different, but performed by the same group.
I think the 'Henry' acetate should be compared with especially 1967's Pink Floyd.
And to my ears, most of the 1965 recordings obviously contain at least Barrett's vocals.
Only 'Remember Me' sounds strange to me, but that's just one of the acetate's six songs.
Didn't those fake acetates contain proven Pink Floyd recordings? 'Scream Thy Last Scream', 'Vegetable Man', for example.
It's all like comparing apples and oranges, to me.
(Yet another Pink Floyd reference...)