Pink Floyd ‎– BBC 1967

Label:
NO KIDDING ‎– NK 201801
Format:
Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release, Mono, multi coloured
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Tracklist

May 14, 1967
A1 Pow R. Toc H. 0:36
A2 Astronomy Domine 3:57
September 25, 1967
A3 The Gnome 2:11
A4 Scarecrow 2:07
A5 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 3:32
A6 Matilda Mother 3:22
A7 Flaming 2:37
September 25, 1967
B1 Reaction In G 0:36
December 12, 1967
B2 Green Onions 0:35
B3 Instrumental 1:11
December 20, 1967
B4 Vegetable Man 3:17
B5 Scream Thy Last Scream 3:39
B6 Pow R. Toc H. 4:22
B7 Jugband Blues 3:51

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c)SIAE
  • Recorded ByBBC

Notes

Released on four coloured vinyl: yellow, red, black and blue.
These recordings are in public domain according to the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, sections 6-9 "Copyright in broadcasts made for, or first published by BBC, lasts fo 50 years from the end of the year of first publication"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 174741M1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 174741M2/B
  • Barcode: 3700398718934
  • Barcode (ISBN Code): 9700000217972

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fgalvani

fgalvani

September 16, 2020
edited 2 months ago
Don t understand why they still underrate two of Pink Floyd s best songs: Scream thy last Scream and Vegetable Man...of course Jugband Blues is great too.
Only_Mint

Only_Mint

April 24, 2020
It's a shame NoKidding couldn't have released this in a proper sleeve (and as a disc with proper labels).

As an aside, what has release of this material got to do with PF/Gilmour anyway? Not only is this now Public Domain, but don't the BBC own the copyright to what they record and broadcast? Were they so lacking in vision 50 years back that they left the ownership of the material with the artists? It's criminal that Syd's music remains shelved because of the whim of his stadium-guitar replacement and the Architect...
cmonpelican

cmonpelican

January 5, 2020
I do not know why and who makes the decision to stop allowing the sale of some of these LP's. This one was sold, and still available at Turntable Lab as well as many other indie stores. Even the description here on this page goes on to state the copyright laws and it's reference towards this LP. These are very desirable to the fans of these groups. We are collectors. BBC shows, live broadcasts or field recordings, unreleased material from the vaults....YUM! I understand removing something that is a direct pirate of an official release but there are just so many "fan club" LP's here on this site that have been denied re-sale and that is truly a shame.
stumpdrk

stumpdrk

November 30, 2019
not sure why bumped to unofficial. also have a copy if anyone wants one.
13thFloorVinyl

13thFloorVinyl

May 3, 2019
Shouldn't this be allowed for sale on the marketplace, due to the copyright notes above?
evilmainer

evilmainer

April 20, 2019
Excellent sounding pressing, been collecting for decades and this one is a keeper.
mohammedpuss

mohammedpuss

February 14, 2019
Excellent sound, excellent pressing (at 45 rpm !). Sounds better than the equivalent on the Early Years boxed set !
Myprofilenameis

Myprofilenameis

September 24, 2018
Nice record to have, the pressing quality is surprisingly good. Better than some of the vinyls I have, the audio quality is good.
Dovregubben

Dovregubben

July 3, 2018
It needs to be played on 45.... I was shooked.