Yes!!!! It’s another gig from 1971. This time from Pink Floyd’s most extensive North American tour to date. This podcast features a very nice recording from Emerson Gymnasium, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio… 6th of November. It’s just another stop along the tour but the band sounds incredible. You can tell their having a good time. Hope you enjoy it as much as the audience did. Here’s the playlist
Show #152 Release date: 29. May, 2010
Berlin is one of the cities I absolutely love. You’ve heard the special version of “Echoes” from this gig before here on Brain Damage but I’ve never featured the entire show… till now. Doctored up for super sound, we go to Berlin to the infamous
Sportspalast, 05. June, 1971
Show #146 Release date: 11. January, 2010
Welcome back! During the holiday break Harvested Records gave a select few a sneak peak at an upcoming project with a set of master recordings from Floyd’s 1971 Montreux gig. These are the raw files as received and Harvested will be creating a definitive version in the near future.
“I had my UHER ‘custom unbuilt’ in multiple parts, so I could sneak it in more discretely. Then I built a whole ‘neck-holder’ (like the one Bob Dylan’s used to hold the harp), a heavy construction sewed in a tough-tissued jacket (often way to hot to bear at concerts) and the two mics were placed niftily beside each ear hidden by my long hair…”
He also went on to say that he’s never released this recording directly from the master tapes… that is until now. The Pavillion, Montreux, Switzerland, 18. September 1971.