Brain Damage Far East

Show #109 Release date: 19. April, 2008

Fellow Brain Damaged listener, Golgo Hakase of Japan created this podcast featuring an excellent recording from Floyd’s 1972 Japanese Tour at Nakanoshima Sports Center, Sapporo,  Hokkaido, Japan, 13 March, 1972.  So, I’m going to take the back seat on this part of the journey, besides I could use a little break.

For those of you going to Denver to see Roger Waters, I’ll see you there!!!  In the meantime please enjoy Golgo’s creation.  It’s nicely done and doctor approved.

3 thoughts on “Brain Damage Far East

  1. What’s up Doc…
    I’m really digging these guest hosters on the podcast. Especially this one, from the land of the shoguns. Question: is there a site or file where I can locate playlists for the episodes that don’t already list ’em? I dig surprises, but also dig knowing what to expect.
    Keep up the great work. ✌
    Billy.

    • Here is the Playlist:
      01. Speak To Me
      02. Breathe
      03. traveling sequence
      04. Time (breathe reprise)
      05. mortality sequence
      06. Money
      07. Us And Them
      08. Any Colour You Like
      09. Brain Damage
      10. Eclipse
      11. One Of These Days
      12. Careful With That Axe, Eugene

      13. More Blues [Montreux Casino, Montreux, Switzerland, 22. November 1970)
      14. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (with Dick Parry) [Royal Festival Hall, London, England, 22 June 2001]
      15. Near The End (with Mick Ralfs) [The Greek Theater, Berkeley, California, 29. June 1984]
      16. Blue Light (with Pete Townsend and The Deep End and Simon Phillips on drums) [Gala du Midem, Cannes, France, 29 January 1986]
      17. Find The Cost Of Freedom (with Graham Nash and David Crosby) [Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 30 May 2006]
      18. Comfortably Numb (with David Bowie) [Royal Albert Hall, London, England, 29 May 2006]
      19. Guitar Jamboree – Chris Spedding
      Running Time 2h:26m:47s
      bed music, Keep On Workin’ by Snowy White (with Gary Moore on lead guitar)

      Best regards from Hannover, Germany
      Hoffmann

  2. Late to the party, I am. But I love these early 72 performances, and I just stumbled onto this one on the site. Thanks for posting one in such high quality as this. Love the Travel Sequence on this one, especially.

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