I'll start. I'm listening to one of my live Floyd bootlegs. This one is from Tokyo in 1972, and features a pre-mature Dark Side Of The Moon. Rather than On The Run, they play "The Travel Section," and "The Mortality Sequence" replaces Great Gig. Quite interesting to hear how they experimented with the sound of the album. The travel section is kind of a funky jam, and doesn't sound like much that I've heard from that era. Can any of you point me to something funky from the late 60s/early 70s?
There's also a killer version of echoes.
"A movement is accomplished in six stages, And the seventh brings return" -Syd Barrett
Yes, I broke my CD and YouTube sucks (waiting for Skip Ad in between Money and Us And Them? Hell no). I found an old device that had the mp3 files on it and uploaded them to my Google drive. It's better than nothing; it'll tide me over until I can get it on a real format again.
*I didn't even need to type it all out after The... my keyboard knows me too well.
Edit: Well, I downloaded the files, so now it's ALL MINE AGAIN HALLELUJAH 😆
Switching between BB and here every few minutes...
Don't expect much...
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want, He makes me down to lie, Through pastures green he leadeth me the silent waters by, With bright knives he releaseth my soul, He maketh me to hang on hooks in high places, He converteth me to lamb cutlets, For lo, he hath great power and great hunger, When cometh the day we lowly ones, Through quiet reflection and great dedication, Master the art of karate.