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Syd BarrettJoyful Lunacy: The Syd Barrett Anthology

Label:Sigma (2) – Sigma 169
Format:
4 x CD, Limited Edition, Numbered, Unofficial Release
Country:Japan
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

Live At BBC Radio One BBC Maida Vale 4 Studio, Maida Vale, London, 24th February 1970 [The John Peel 'Top Gear' Show]
1-1Gigolo Aunt
1-2Terrapin
1-3Baby Lemonade
1-4Effervescing Elephant
1-5Two Of A Kind
Studio 3. EMI Studios, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood. London August 13, 1974 [Peter Jenner EMI Reference Reel 6604Z ]
1-6Milky Way [Take 5. June 7, 1970]
1-7Wouldn't You Miss Me (Dark Globe) [Take 1. July 26, 1969]
1-8Silas Lang [Take 1. May 6, 1968]
1-9Opel [Take 9. April 11, 1969]
1-10Untitled (Words) [Take 1. July 21, 1970]
1-11Birdy Hop [Take 1. June 7, 1970]
1-12Silas Lang (Swan Lee) [Take 5. May 21/28, June 8/20/27, 1968]
1-13Scream Thy Last Scream [Take 4. August 7, 1967]
1-14Vegetable Man [Unknown Take. October 9-12, 1967]
Studio 3. EMI Studios, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood. London 12th August 1974
1-15Boogie #1
1-16Boogie #2
1-17Boogie #3
1-18If You Go #1
1-19Ballad (Unfinished)
1-20Chooka-Chooka Chug Chug
1-21If You Go #2
1-22Untitled
1-23Slow Boogie
1-24John Lee Hooker
1-25Fast Boogie
1-26Silas Lang [Take 1. May 6 /13, 1968. RM1]
BBC Maida Vale 4 Studio, Maida Vale, London, 24th February 1970 [John Peel 'Top Gear' Show. BBC Radio One]
1-27Brian Matthew Introduction
1-28Gigolo Aunt
1-29Effervescing Elephant
1-30Terrapin
Live At Exhibition Hall, Olympia, Kensington, London, 06th June 1970 [Extravaganza '70 Music And Fashion Festival]
2-1Terrapin
2-2Gigolo Aunt
2-3Effervescing Elephant
2-4Octopus
The Malcolm Jones Tape [Second Generation Cassette. Source #1]
2-5Love You [Take 1. April 11, 1969]
2-6Love You [Take 2. April 11, 1969]
2-7Long Gone [Take 1. July 26, 1969]
2-8Lanky (Part 2) [Take 1. May 14, 1968]
2-9Clowns And Jugglers [Take 1. July 20, 1968]
2-10Clowns And Jugglers [Take 3. April 25/May 3, 1969]
2-11Opel [Take 9. April 11, 1969]
2-12Silas Lang (Swan Lee) [Take 1. June 8/July 20, 1968]
2-13Swan Lee [Take 5. April 10, 1969]
2-14Untitled Instrumental [Unknown Take. Unknown Date]
Second Generation Cassette. Source #2
2-15Love You [Take 1. April 11, 1969]
2-16Love You [Take 2. April 11, 1969]
2-17Long Gone [Take 1. July 26, 1969]
2-18Lanky (Part 2) [Take 1. May 14, 1968]
2-19Clowns And Jugglers [Take 1. July 20, 1968]
2-20Octopus [Take 11. June 12, 1969]
2-21Clowns And Jugglers [Take 3. April 25/May 3, 1969]
2-22Opel [Take 9. April 11, 1969]
2-23Swan Lee [Take 1. June 8/July 20, 1968]
2-24Swan Lee [Take 5. April 10, 1969]
2-25Untitled Instrumental [Unknown Take. Unknown Date]
Studio 3. EMI Studios, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood. London, 18th August 1987
2-26Wouldn't You Miss Me [Take 1. July 26, 1969]
2-27Swan Lee (Silas Lang) [Take 5. May 28, June 8, 1968, April 10, 1969]
2-28Scream Thy Last Scream [Take 4. August 7, 1967]
2-29Vegetable Man [Unknown Take. October 9-12, 1967]
2-30She Took A Long Cold Look At Me [Take 5. July 26, 1969]
Studio S1, BBC Transcription Service, Kensington House, Shepherd’s Bush London, 16th February 1971 [Bob Harris 'Sounds Of The Seventies'. BBC Radio 1]
3-1Baby Lemonade
3-2Dominoes
3-3Love Song
Room 77a, EMI Studios, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood. London, 17th August 1988 [Phil Smee / Brian Hogg 'Opel' Remixes]
3-4Opel [Take 9. April 11, 1969]
3-5Clowns And Jugglers [Take 2. July 20, 1968, April 10. 1969. Take 3. April 25, 1969, May, 3, 1969]
3-6Swan Lee (Silas Lang) [Take 5. May 28, June 8, 1968, April 10, 1969]
3-7Untitled (Words) [Take 1. July 21, 1970]
3-8Birdy Hop [Take 1. June 7, 1970]
3-9Rats [Take 1. June 7, 1970]
3-10Wined And Dined [Take 1. June 7, 1970]
3-11Wined And Dined [Take 1. June 7, 1970]
3-12Milky Way [Take 5. June 7, 1970]
3-13Golden Hair [Remake Take 6. June 12, 1969]
3-14Golden Hair [Remake Take 6. June 12, 1969. More Echo]
3-15Lanky (Part One) [Take 1. May 14, 1968]
3-16Golden Hair [Take 1. May 14, 1968]
3-17Golden Hair [Take 1. May 14, 1968]
3-18Dolly Rocker [Take 1. July 14, 1970]
3-19Let's Split [Takes 1/2. July 14, 1970]
3-20Wouldn't You Miss Me (Dark Globe) [Take 1. July 26, 1969]
Studio S1, BBC Transcription Service, Kensington House, Shepherd’s Bush. London, 16th February 1971 [Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies. BBC Radio 1 - Alternate Source]
3-21Love Song
EMI Studios, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood. London, 24th November 1992 [The 'Crazy Diamond' Remixes]
4-1Baby Lemonade [Take 1. February 26, 1970]
4-2Baby Lemonade [Take 1. February 26, 1970. Edit Section For End]
4-3Maisie [Take 1. February 26, 1970]
4-4Maisie [Take 2. February 26, 1970]
4-5Gigolo Aunt [Take 9. February 27, 1970]
4-6Waving My Arms In The Air / I Never Lied To You [Take 1. April 2, 1970]
4-7It Is Obvious [Take 1. July 22, 1970]
4-8It Is Obvious [Take 2. July 22, 1970]
4-9It Is Obvious [Take 3. July 22, 1970]
4-10It Is Obvious [Take 5. July 22, 1970]
4-11Love Song [Take 1. July 14, 1970]
4-12Dominoes [Take 1. July 14, 1970]
4-13Dominoes [Take 2. July 14, 1970]
4-14Clowns And Jugglers (Octopus) [Take 1. July 20, 1968]
4-15Late Night [Take 2. May 21, 1968]
4-16Golden Hair [Take 2. May 14/28, 1968. Renumbered Take 5. June 8/20/27, July 20, 1968]
4-17Octopus [Take 1. June 12, 1969]
4-18Octopus [Take 2. June 12, 1969]
4-19Love You [Take 1. April 11, 1969]
4-20Love You [Take 3. April 11, 1969]
4-21It's No Good Trying [Take 3. April 11, 1969]
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Notes

Nice collection of solo Syd material culled from BBC recordings, EMI reels and live

Producers:
David Gilmour / John Muir / John Walters / Malcolm Jones / Norman Smith / Peter Dauncy
Peter Jenner / Roger Waters / Syd Barrett

Engineers:
Alan Parsons / Anthony Clarke / Brian Hogg / Gareth Cousins / Geoff Emerick / J. Smith
Jeff Jarrett / John Kurlander / John Leckie / John White / Ken Scott / Michael Sheady
Michael Weighell / Neil Richmond / Nick Webb / Pat Stapley / Peter Bown / Peter Mew
Phil MacDonald / Phil Smee / Richard Langham / Tony Wilson

Studios:
2 / 3. EMI Recording Studios, Abbey Road, St. John's Wood. London
De Lane Lea Music Ltd. Music Recording Studios, 129 Kingsway. London
Studio 4, BBC Maida Vale Studios, London
Studio TS1, BBC Transcription Service, Kensington House, Shepherd’s Bush. London

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