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This episode dives head first into some of Pink Floyd’s best instrumental work! Perfect with or without headphones. This should help keep you entertained at work or on the road. I hope you enjoy and here’s the playlist. Please don’t forget to leave a comment!

Over The Counter

Happy New Year! Welcome to Brain Damage, the definitive Pink Floyd radio show’s 19th year as a podcast, but originally started out as a terrestrial radio show at Tufts University 20 years ago!

For this installment, it’s a doctor recommended and selected, compounded formulation of Floyd chill pills. Here’s the playlist. Medication time!

Toronto 1973

After the C&D I was forced to remove a lot of podcasts, this was one of those but since Pink Floyd released a handful of concerts from 1973, I’m bringing this back from the vaults! The famous Yeeshkul recording redoctored for supersound! Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada, 11. March, 1973.Here’s the. playlist

This podcast will self destruct in three months, so be sure to download and save this one. Merry Christmas!

The Man And The Journey

Here’s the latest and this time, a revisit… a spotlight on Pink Floyd’s first conceptual piece, The Man And The Journey. It was a pivotal time for Pink Floyd and you can clearly hear the direction they’re starting to go down, so I figured I’d dust this recording off a little.

Someone released this one into the wild back in the late 90’s, but it wasn’t officially released until 2016. From the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, 17. September 1969. Here’s the playlist. Enjoy!

The Return

 


Brain Damage, the definitive Pink Floyd radio show is back! After a three month long hiatus from being ordered to cease and desist, the podcast returns. After the many years you’ve listened to Pink Floyd, Pink Floyd is now listening to you. Your strong support to bring this podcast back to life, made it all possible. I sincerely hope you enjoy the new phase of the podcast. If you do, please consider a donation! (licensing expires in two months) THANK YOU!  Here’s the playlist. …and welcome back!

Singles

Brain Damaged listener Diego of Argentina asked if I’d make a podcast focusing on Pink Floyd’s singles. Well, funny he should ask. Before Brain Damage – The definitive Pink Floyd radio show was a podcast, it was on terrestrial radio in the Boston area out of Tufts University’s WMFO. I managed to get 38 shows over the air but never recorded them for posterity. So, over the years, I’ve recreated some of those missing episodes. Singles was one of those shows. Enjoy!  Here’s the playlist!

Alternate Versions

I spent most of all my Christmas Eve (fifteen hours, start to end) wrapping this one up for you. This podcast includes as much OFFICIAL alternate versions of songs as I could squeeze in an almost a 2.5 hour podcast! It’s a fun listen! Check out the playlist after, so you don’t spoil the ride. Enjoy and thank you!

Black Holes In The Sky

Photo: Jill Furmanovsky

It’s the 1974 British Winter. Plink Floyd has added three new songs taking up the entire first set and revamped and improved their production for The Dark Side of The Moon set. OFFICIALLY released from two immersion sets and the Early Years box set, from Empire Pool, 15. November 1974.  Listen to this podcast to find out how you can WIN a very cool A3 print of the image shown from Rockarchive.com!  Click the playlist for more details! Good luck!

 

The Later Years

If you’re as excited as I am about the new Pink Floyd box set than this podcast should hold you over until it drops on the 29th of November.  This podcast features a sample of what’s to come. Here’s the playlist  Enjoy! And if you do, please be sure to leave a comment below.

PRESENT/ATION (Part 2)

bd237Continuing on from the last podcast, this episode is part 2 of 2.  A small sampling of material featured in the upcoming Early Years box set from 1970 to 1972 (well, actually 1974).  Here’s the playlist .  Enjoy!  Please leave your thoughts and comments.

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PRESENT/ATION (Part 1)

BD236aNovember 11th Pink Floyd will drop The Early Years Box Set.  An atom heart mother load of rare recordings from just about every film and/or radio and television appearance the band has ever done.  This podcast, part 1 of 2, is a small sampling of some of the material featured in the box set from 1965 to 1969.  Here’s the playlist! Enjoy!  Please leave your thoughts and comments.

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My Favorite Things

BD219I often get asked, “What’s your favorite Floyd song”?   That’s easy but I was recently asked, “If you had to pick one favorite song from each of Pink Floyd’s fifteen albums, what would they be”?  Not so easy.  I pondered over many tracks from each album and it was difficult to narrow it to just one but I did it and this podcast is the result.  See if you agree.  Here’s the playlist