Pink Floyd - Royal Albert Hall 1969 (Volume Two) mp3 flac
- Album: Royal Albert Hall 1969 (Volume Two)
- MP3: 1646 mb | FLAC: 1131 mb
- Released: 2016
- Style: Psychedelic Rock
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Royal Albert Hall 1969 Live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK June 26, 1969 Good Audience Recording. Disc 1. The Man 01. Afternoon 02. Doing It! 03. Sleep 04. Nightmare 05. Daybreak (Part 2). Disc 2. The Journey 01. The Beginning 02. Beset by Creatures Of The Deep 03. The Narrow Way (Part 3) 04.
This was the electric situation at the Royal Albert Hall, London on the evening of June 26, 1969, for The Final Lunacy of Pink Floyd’s UK series of concerts entitled The Man and the Journey. The sound of birdsong filled the hall and then the evening started with part one, The Man, and Daybreak the bucolic and lovely Grantchester Meadows followed by Work a percussive piece with Rick Wright sawing and hammering wood to make a table. Then The Pink Jungle came to life. Based on Pow R Toc H this featured some amazing animal noises from Roger Waters that filled the hall with sound and merged with The Labyrinths Of Auximenes a reworking of Interstellar Overdrive again enveloping the audience with sounds. The sounds faded away to applause as footsteps were heard circling the hall.
This is a recording of the first performance of the Pink Floyd playing The Man and the Journey a conceptual piece about the daily routine of every man and the hardships that men endure. Audio: live at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank, London, England, April 14th, 1969 (two sources). Video: Rehearsing in the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank, London, England, April 14th, 1969. These rushes were filmed by Anthony Stern (PRO-SHOT 25 min).
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S1: beset by creatures of the deep/the narrow way/the pink jungle S2: the labyrinths of auximines/behold the temple of light. Source: royal albert hall, london, UK 26-06-1969. Thank you for sharing your views with Floydboots.
Pink Floyd Rehearsals - The Festival Hall 1969 (1. 4. 1969) Год выпуска: 1969 Жанр: Psychedelic Rock Продолжительность: 00:25:04 Режиссер: Anthony Stern В ролях: Pink Floyd: David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, Richard Wright Описание: Запись с репетиции Pink Floyd в Royal Festival Hall, 14 апреля 1969 года. 2) - 2004, FLAC (image+. cue), lossless (House) DJ Muro - Elegant Funk (Compilation) - 2008, FLAC (tracks+. cue), lossless (Funk, Soul) Don Johnson Big Band - Support De Microphones - 2000, FLAC (tracks+. cue), lossless (Hip Hop, Rap) Eagle-Eye Cherry - Desireless - 1997, FLAC (image+. cue), lossless (Pop Rock) Energy Top 20 (volume 2) - 2006, FLAC (tracks+. cue), lossless (House) Era - The Remix Album
23 June 1969 Pink Floyd completed some of the final mixes for Ummagumma. The album contained two vinyl sides of live material and two sides of solo compositions by each of the band members that were recorded intermittently at Abbey Road since March 1969. 26 June 1969 Pink Floyd played 'The Final Lunacy!' show at London's Royal Albert Hall. The show featured the Ealing Central Amateur Choir conducted by Floyd's producer Norman Smith and performance art pieces that included a roadie dressed as a gorilla and band members sawing planks of wood on stage. 20 July 1969 Astronauts.