She was a Millionaire

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Emily Blunt » Fri Jun 30, 2017 12:48 pm

A debt of gratitude is in order for posting that. I concur, it appears as though David Parker's exploration everything except demonstrates that No Title truly dates from that irregular 4 September 1967 session. I would LOVE to hear the entire form of that track, particularly since it is an obscure Syd unique.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:25 pm

Emily Blunt wrote:A debt of gratitude is in order for posting that. I concur, it appears as though David Parker's exploration everything except demonstrates that No Title truly dates from that irregular 4 September 1967 session. I would LOVE to hear the entire form of that track, particularly since it is an obscure Syd unique.

Yes, me too

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 3:50 pm

The tape E68411Will reveal all to us someday.
The tape has two takes of In the beechwoods, intremental (reaction in g), No title (aka sunshine etc...) and John Latham.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by flippikat » Mon Jul 24, 2017 9:22 am

I think that's why the Early Years box set was so frustrating.

There were great things there, but there are other session or rehearsal tapes that we all know exist.. yet they weren't included.

Some of them from that weird twilight of Syd's time in Pink Floyd (late 1967-early 1968) - it's bizarre that something as non-commercial as John Latham was released, yet other instrumental tracks are still on the shelves.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Sat Aug 05, 2017 10:30 pm

They can release all the instrumentals of late '67 and early '68. Or She was a millionaire (It exist in somewhere) or millionaire and living alone, sessions of early '68 from saucerful, live in 1968 they play Remember a day and the outtakes of More (true outtakes). All of this is in high demand. If someone relacionated of Pink Floyd (who has outtakes previusly unreleased in bootlegs) please contact with me.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:17 pm

David Parker in His book: Random Precision, wrote the track "no title (aka sunshine)" lasts 4:32. Well, Malcolm Jones says "sunshine" was the demo of remember a day and this song lasts the same of the other, but they have nothing to see.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Mon Aug 14, 2017 1:44 pm

Today, this morning listening to "one in a million" and after "No Title (sunshine)". I thought, No Title can be an attemp of One In A Million. Because the No Title (backing track) was recorded between 15-16 august 1967 to 6 september 1967 and One In A Million was played the 13th of September 1967.
But exactly What is this track? I only know, were recorded 2 takes (finished) , 1 false start and 4 takes were abandoned in the 4th of September 1967. Only the take 7 were complete for have a vocal "overdub". The lasts of the complete track is between 4' and 5'. The backward guitar is from other song. And the name "Sunshine" (I dont know why it called) is from other unreleased section of a track "Matilda Mother" but it is not the same. It can be the backing track of She was a millionaire because Peter Jenner possibly
transfer the backing track of this song from 4 track for 8 track in this date. And She was a millionaire was chasing the group from 1967 to 1970. In 1967 was recorded the original song, in 1969 was recorded Opel, The Crying song and a second version of She was a millionaire and in 1970 was recorded Millionaire and give birth to a smile. That's all friends

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Sun Nov 05, 2017 12:09 pm

Nick Mason has a copy!!!!!

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by sashwap » Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:40 am

Vegetableman1967 wrote:Nick Mason has a copy!!!!!
oh??

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:03 pm

sashwap wrote:
Vegetableman1967 wrote:Nick Mason has a copy!!!!!
oh??
A few month, I read an article of an interview of Nick Mason. And he said: I've got a box full of tapes between 1965 to 1968 from all the pink floyd's sessions" (include she was a millionaire). Probably Norman Smith has a copy too.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Wolfpack » Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:48 am

Vegetableman1967 wrote:A few month, I read an article of an interview of Nick Mason. And he said: I've got a box full of tapes between 1965 to 1968 from all the pink floyd's sessions" (include she was a millionaire). Probably Norman Smith has a copy too.
Which interview? Do you have a link?
As far as I know, the Pink Floyd version of 'She Was a Millionaire' (1967) wasn't mixed. And the multitrack tape is lost.
The multitrack of Barrett's version (1970) does exist, but it contains a big mistake and doesn't have vocals.
My source is the book 'Random Precision' (2001) by David Parker.

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Re: She was a Millionaire

Post by Vegetableman1967 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 3:09 pm

Wolfpack wrote:
Vegetableman1967 wrote:A few month, I read an article of an interview of Nick Mason. And he said: I've got a box full of tapes between 1965 to 1968 from all the pink floyd's sessions" (include she was a millionaire). Probably Norman Smith has a copy too.
Which interview? Do you have a link?
As far as I know, the Pink Floyd version of 'She Was a Millionaire' (1967) wasn't mixed. And the multitrack tape is lost.
The multitrack of Barrett's version (1970) does exist, but it contains a big mistake and doesn't have vocals.
My source is the book 'Random Precision' (2001) by David Parker.
She was a millionaire was mixed and finished but the members of the band lost the multitrack recording, and Nick and Peter Jenner took a copy of the song.