Pink FloydBeyond The Gates Of Dawn - Psychedelic Sessions (August - October 1967)

Label:Verne Records – VER 57
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Unofficial Release, Stereo
Country:France
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Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1John Latham (Part 1)26:13
B1John Latham (Part 2)4:00
B2Scream Thy Last Scream4:40
B3In The Beechwoods4:40
B4Vegetable Man2:30
B5Reaction In G7:15
B6Jugband Blues3:00
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Notes

Side 1 and track 1 on Side 2 recorded at De Lane Lea Studios, London on 20th October 1967 for the soundtrack of filmmaker John Latham's film "Speak".
Track 2 on Side 2 recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London on 8th August 1967.
Tracks 3, 4 and 6 on Side 2 recorded at De Lane Lea, London between 9th and 11th October 1967. Produced by Norman Smith, Engineer: Pete Mew.
Tracks 2-4 and 6 on Side 2 mixed in 2010 by Andy Jackson and Damon Iddins.
Track 5 on Side 2 recorded live at Gyllene Cirkeln, Stockholm, Sweden on 10th September 1967.

Packaged in a single glossy jacket.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): C2 A SRM-1-368549-A- MASTERDISK HW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): C2 A SRM-1-368549-B-
  • Matrix / Runout (Both sides): HRM

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  • Ron_Syn's avatar
    Ron_Syn
    Edited 2 years ago
    ABSOLUTELY GREAT RECORD! The best of all the previously unreleased (or briefly 'officially' released as CD-box set bonus tracks) of the Syd Barrett studio years with Pink Floyd. SCREAM THY LAST SCREAM is worth the price of admission. Excellent mix that puts the cheesy tape-speed "chimpmunk" vocals from the bootlegged BBC radio broadcast in the background. The mix of VEGETABLE MAN also is stellar. (Both were previously available as 'official' release only if you bought a 10-CD Pink Floyd boxset.). The remix of Jugband Blues also is an improvement on what was previously released. Focus is on Syd's voice and his guitar rather than the brass band. Listening to this album in its entirety is like hearing an alternative reality where Pink Floyd's Pipers At The Gates Of Dawn was a double album. The only thing that would improve this record would be to include all six sides of the three Pink Floyd singles that were released in the "Pipers At The Gates Of Dawn" era that weren't on the album. But not enough time on one vinyl disc for that. So, all choices are defendable. For those who love Syd-era Pink Floyd, this album is Holy Grail. I'm so glad I found a copy in my local mom-and-pop vinyl record shop.

    • jaymz3374's avatar
      jaymz3374
      Hello. My personal copy is for sale. If you are interested, please contact me. Thanks.

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