4 x pink floyd vinyl record lp collection [ all new / factory sealed ]

Regular price £65.00

nice bundle / job lot of 4 x mint sealed  pink floyd vinyl lp's as follows

1 x PINK FLOYD A SIXTIES SAUCERFUL 180g ORANGE VINYL Rockwell RWLP049-ORANGE

PINK FLOYD

 

A SIXTIES SAUCERFUL

on 180g ORANGE VINYL

Label: Rockwell // Cat No: RWLP049-ORANGE

side one: 1. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun - 2. Pow R Toc H - 3. Let There Be More Light - 4. Julia Dream - 5. The Embryo - 6. Daybreak

side two: 1. The Narrow Way (part 3) - 2. A Saucerful Of Secrets

1/1 Recorded at The Playhouse Theatre, London, 25th September 1967. 1/2 Recorded at Maida Vale Studios, London, 20th December 1967. 1/3 1/4 Recorded at Piccadilly Studios, London, 25th June 1968. 1/5 Recorded at The Maida Vale Studios, London, 2nd December 1968. 1/6 Recorded at Paris Cinema, London, 12th May 1969. 2/1 Recorded at Paris Cinema, London, 12th May 1969. 2/2 Recorded at Essencer Pop & Blues Festival, Essen, Germany, 11th October 1969

MCPS Copyright Control - Broadcasts

 

1 x PINK FLOYD – BBC 1967-1968 2 X VINYL LP DBQP39

PINK FLOYD – BBC 1967-1968

Format: VINYL LP X 2

Catalogue: DBQP39
Barcode: 0889397004392


Amazing BBC SESSIONS once thought lost but secretly archived on reel to reel from original radio broadcast. Includes such rarities as "Vegetable Man", "Murderotic Woman" (an early version of "Careful With That Axe Eugene") and even a cover of "Green Onions".

Tracklist:

Side A (45rpm)

14 May 1967

Pow R. Toc H. (0:36)
Astronomy Domine (3:57)

25 September 1967

The Gnome (2:11)
Scarecrow (2:07)
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (3:32)
Matilda Mother (3:22)
Flaming (2:37)

Side B (45rpm)

25 September 1967

Reaction In G (0:36)

12 December 1967

Green Onions (0:35)
Instrumental (1:11)

20 December 1967

Vegetable Man (3:17)
Scream Thy Last Scream (3:39)
Pow R. Toc H. (4:22)
Jugband Blues (3:51)

Side C (33rpm)

26 March 1968

Instrumental (2:02)

28 March 1968

Set The Controls (2:41)

25 June 1968

The Murderotic Woman (3:06)
The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules (6:53)
Let There Be More Light (4:17)
Julia Dream (2:33)

Side D (33rpm)

2 December 1968

Point Me At The Sky (4:25)
Baby Blue Shuffle In D Major (3:45)
Embryo (3:28)
Interstellar Overdrive (8:37)

 

1 x THE STOCKHOLM SYNDROME VOL.2 by DAVID GILMOUR Vinyl Double Album PARA282LP

THE STOCKHOLM SYNDROME VOL.2 
by DAVID GILMOUR 
Vinyl Double Album

 

PARA282LP

Label: PARACHUTE

DELUXE VINYL EDITION!!!
David Gilmour - The Stockholm Syndrome Vol.2
The first member of Pink Floyd to release a solo album, David Gilmours eponymous 1978 record was met with largely positive reviews and reasonable success, reaching as it did a respectable No.17 on the UK album chart. Fast forward 6 years and it was time for album No. 2 from Gilmour, the highly regarded About Face, released 5th March 1984, with lyrics to two cuts by Pete Townshend, and featuring a sublime roster of musicians which included Steve Winwood, Jeff Porcaro, Anne Dudley, Jon Lord and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Within a month of its release, Gilmour and band set out on the road to tour the record, a jaunt which lasted from March 31 to July 16, ‘84, covering Europe and North America. On 24th April the entourage performed an electric show at Stockholm’s Johanneshovs Isstadion, which captured the essence of the entire tour better than any other date on the outing. Featured on this two instalment release is a perfect FM broadcast recording of this Swedish concert, including the entire show which is now available for fans to own for the first time on vinyl. 

SIDE A
1.Run Like Hell  
2.Out Of The Blue  

SIDE B
3.Let’s Get Metaphysical  
4.You Know I’m Right  

SIDE C
5.Blue Light 
6.Murder 

 

SIDE D
7.Near The End  
8.Comfortably Numb

 

David  Gilmour - The Stockholm Syndrome Vol.2

• Superb FM broadcast from David Gilmour & band in 1984.

• Recorded at Stockholm’s Johanneshovs Isstadion, 24th April.

• FANTASTIC 140 GRAM VINYL.

• LIMITED EDITION

 

1 x PINK FLOYD – Broadcast In Rome, Italy, May 6th, 1968 vinyl LP

The legendary Pink Floyd concert at the First International Pop Festival in Rome in May 1968. This well recorded performance captures Waters, Gilmour, Wright and Mason in their very early Post-Barrett era; the time when the band was busy trying to reinvent themselves after the crucial split with genius Syd Barrett. This was even before the release of their second album, when Waters and Co. really began to extend the classic three / four minute song format towards longer and more open sound forms. A marvelous track list including seminal compositions and psychedelic manifestos such as "Astronomy Domine", "Set The Control for the Heart of the Sun" and "Interstellar Overdrive" all great sparks for visionary instrumental progressions and far out improvisations. The album ends with an excerpt of Roger Water's voice from a radio interview broadcast.

Limited edition of 500 copies 

Track list:
Side A:
1) Astronomy Domine 2) Interstellar Overdrive

Side B:
3) Set the Controls for the heart of the Sun 4) Roger Waters interview