|1||Astronomy Domine (Different Mix To The Ummagumma Version)||8:46|
|2||Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Different Mix To Ummagumma Version, Longer Intro, No Vocals In Mix)||9:27|
|3||Interstellar Overdrive (Pulled From Official Release)||13:35|
|4||Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Different Mix To Ummagumma Version)||9:51|
|5||A Saucerful Of Secrets (Birmingham Mother's) (Ummagumma Version Uses A Composite Of This And The Manchester Recording)||14:25|
Birmingham Mother’s 27th April 1969
56 minutes, stereo soundboard recordings.
The album's title [Ummagumma] supposedly comes from a Cambridge slang word for sex, commonly used by one of Pink Floyd's friends and occasional roadie, Iain ‛‛Imo’’ Moore who would joke ‘Am I gunna have sex tonight?!’
However, some band members have since stated that the word was ‛‛totally made up and means nothing at all’’.
In footage of the band rehearsing for a Royal Albert Hall appearance in 1969, one of the band members can be heard, off camera, quietly chanting the word ‛‛ummagumma’’.
CD label features a full, blank (except this release's title "Mothers Secrets") replica of the Harvest logo, but does not claim to BE on Harvest Records.