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The Recorded History of Pink Floyd

AUDIO recordings

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1977 1980 1981 1987 1988 1989 1994 2007

1965

 

1965. 05/06?? xx.
Regent Sound??, London, England
Lucy Leave
King Bee
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1966

 

1966. 10. 31.
Thompson Recording Studios, Hemel Hempstead, England
Interstellar Overdrive
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1967

 

1967. xx. xx.
Vegetable Man Jam (rehearsal)
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032

 

1967. 01. 22.
Rehearsals
Let's Roll Another One
Instrumental
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032 (This version was considered best, because it is the full rehearsals tape complete with all chatter, while the sound quality is about the same as on other roios.)
  Other versions I've heard:
  • "Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1" - This roio contains only the musical parts of the rehearsals tape.
  • "Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1967. 01. 27.
UFO, The Blarney, Tottenham Court Road, London, England
Taken from the Granada TV documentary "Scene Special - It's So Far Out It's Straight Down"
Matilda Mother
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1" (This version seems to be 40 sec. longer than any other versions, but I'm not sure if this additional segment is really Matilda Mother)
 
  Other versions I've heard:
  • "What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
  • "Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"
  Interstellar Overdrive Best version:
  • "Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1" - best sound quality, no voiceover
  • "What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032 (This version is about 40 sec. longer, but contains voiceover and has worse sound quality)
    Other versions I've heard:
  • "Have You Got It Yet? Disc One" - no voiceover

 

1967. 01. 29.
Sound Techniques Studios, Chelsea, London, England
Arnold Layne - acetate (edited version, keyboard solo edited out)
Candy And A Currant Bun - acetate (different vocal track, keyboard solo edited out)
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1967. 01. xx.
CBC Radio Interview (with Interstellar Overdrive)
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
 
Other versions I've heard:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032

 

1967. 02. 24.
UFO, The Blarney Club, Tottenham Court Road, London, England
Pink Floyd's performance of Interstellar Overdrive was filmed by German TV for inclusion in a documentary arts programme entitled Die Jungen Nachtwandler - London Unter 21. Broadcast on the Bayerischer Rundfunk TV network on 1967.07.03.
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"

 

1967. 05. 14.
Studio C, BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd's Bush, London, England
Pink Floyd performed Pow R Toc H and Astronomy Dominé live on the arts programme The Look Of The Week broadcast on BBC2 TV.
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1967. 05. 21.
Sound Techniques Studios, Chelsea, London, England
See Emily Play (acetate #1 - slightly different mix)
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
 
See Emily Play (acetate #2 - different mix, slightly extended ending)
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
   
Other versions I've heard:
"Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1967. 08. 07.
Scream Thy Last Scream (Jones mono mix)
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032

 

1967. 08. 08.
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (mono)
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"

 

1967. 09. 10.
Roger Waters interview (Swedish radio)
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032

 

1967. 09. 13.
Starclub, Copenhagen, Denmark
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
  Other versions I've heard:
  • Master Cassette, "EL source"
  • Starclub Phyco

 

1967. 10. 09-12.
De Lane Lea Studios, Holborn, London, England
 
Vegetable Man
1967 mix
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
 
 
Jones mono mix
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
 
Remember A Day (mono)
 
Best version:
  • "Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"
  • "Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"

 

1967. 10. 20.
[In The] Beechwoods
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032

 

1967. 11. 02.
Flaming (mono - Tower, US only single)
Best version:
"Pink Floyd Rarities Volume 1" (aka "A Tree Full Of Secrets Volume 1") 
 
Other versions I've heard:
  • "Have You Got It Yet? Disc One" - sounds better than on "HYGIY? V2.0 Vol.1"
  • "Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1"

 

1967. 11. 13.
Hippy Happy Fair, Oude Ahoy Hallen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Hippy-Happy Fair, Netherlands"

 

1967. 12. 17.
Taken from Tomorrow's World (BBC1)
Green Onions
Best version:
"Have You Got It Yet? V2.0 Vol.1" - this version seems to be more complete
    Other versions I've heard:
  • "What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032
  • "Have You Got It Yet? Disc One"
 
Improvised Instrumental
Best version:
"What Syd Wants" - Harvested HRV CDR 032

 

1968

 

1968. 07. 27.
Shrine Exposition Hall, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
Best version:
Untitled - Source: Jeff Beck Group 'Supporting Pink Floyd' Messin With The Blues roio (EVSD-489-491)

 

1969

1969. 05. 09.
University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, Hampshire, England
Best version:
"University Of Southampton (master>reel)"
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Beset By Creatures Of The Deep" - HIGHLAND HL194

 

1969. 10. 11.
Internationales Essener Pop & Blues Festival '69, Grugahalle, Essen, West Germany
Best version:
There are 3 versions that sound the same to me:
  • "Three 69s" (Man of Leisure Music, MoLM)
  • "Lime & Limpid" (Cochon Production)
  • "Song Days '69" (Free Range Pigs FRP CDR-001)

 

1969. 10. 25.
Actuel Festival, Mont de l'Enclus, Amougies, Belgium
Audience source (complete show)
Best version:
"Interstellar Zappadrive" (HARVESTED HRV CDR 031)
 
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Let's Be Frank" (A Furry Animal Production FA015)
 
Soundboard source (from radio broadcast or documentary soundtrack; 3 songs only: Green is the Colour, Careful with that Axe, Eugene and Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun)
Best version:
"Interstellar Zappadrive" (HARVESTED HRV CDR 031)
 
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Let's Be Frank" (A Furry Animal Production FA015)

 

1969. 12. 06.
Afan Festival Of Progressive Music, Afan Lido Indoor Sports Centre, Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
Best version:
Untitled - 2nd Gen, source: cass[2] >DAT[3] > cdr[1] > SHN > Audacity 1.2.3 > FLAC [level 8]
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Three 69s" - Man Of Leisure Music (MoLM) remaster

 

1970

 

1970. 03. 13.
Konzert Saal, Technische Universität, West Berlin, West Germany
Best version:
"Analog Master" - same source as all other versions, slightly better than "Berlin 1970", sounds fuller, closer and more fluid (if that makes any sense ;)
  Other versions I've heard:
  • "Berlin 1970" - very little difference in sound quality compared to "Analog Master", slightly inferior; you can easily recognize this version because "Interstellar Overdrive" is presented as 2 separate tracks
  • "The Injustice Of A Kaleidoscope Of Sound" - more distorsion than on other versions

 

1970. 03. 20.
Akademiska Föreningens Stora Sal, Lund, Sweden
Best version:
"Master Of Lund" - Little Pieces Production from jonsatticuk's DAT master (speed corrected, dropouts and digi-noises removed, without noise reduction)
  Other versions I've heard:
  • Untitled - source: M >DAT (n?); often referred to as "jonsatticuk's DAT master"
  • "Lund, Sweden" - with noise reduction (if you hate tape noise, then get this version)
  • "Atom Heart Moo Live"

 

1970. 04. 11.
State University Of New York, Stony Brook, Long Island, New York, USA
Best version:
"Trademark Moo" - Highland HL630
 
Other versions I've heard:
"Genuine New York 1970" - Monkey Records 002

 

1970. 04. 29.
Fillmore West, San Francisco, California, USA
Best version:
"Interstellar Fillmore" - HRV CDR 016
It was a difficult choice over "A Polished Diamond". This version has got more hiss, is less complete (but only some tune-ups and chatter between songs are missing, music is complete), BUT has no serious speed problems, has got a better mix of instruments, no drop-outs, no transitions (because only 1 source was used).
 
Other versions I've heard:
"A Polished Diamond" - HHOCDR002
This is a combination of two sources (recorder 1 & 2), therefore has some annoying transitions during songs and some drop-outs. Also has some speed problems (most notably on STCFTHOTS). BUT has got less hiss, slightly less distorsion and more complete (tune-ups and chatter between songs).

 

1970. 04. 30.
TV SHOW
KQED TV Studios, San Francisco, California, USA
Best version:
"KQED" - HRV CDR 034
  Other versions I've heard:
  • "KQED (Video&Audio)" (DL-V002 DIGITAL LUNATICS)
  • "KQED" (1999 version) - according to the CD artwork: 'remastered in 1999 by some guy with a computer and a cd burner'
  • "Darkness Over Frisco" (THE GENUINE PIG RECORDS TGP-CD-129) - bad sound quality

 

1970. 06. 27.
Bath Festival Of Blues & Progressive Music '70
Bath & West Showgound, Shepton Mallet, England
Best version:
"Amazing Pudding In Bath 1970"
  Other versions I've heard:
  • "The Bath Festival Of Blues & Progressive Music"

 

1970. 06. 28.
The Holland Pop Festival '70
Kralingse Bos, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Best version:
"Kralingen Pop Festival JFE remaster" (speed corrected)
  Other versions I've heard:
  • "Stamping Ground" (Highland HL640/641) - sounds as good as the JFE remaster, but speed not corrected
  • "Live At The Kralingen Pop 1970" - sounds much worse

 

1970. 09. 29.
Interview - New York City University Radio, New York, USA
Best version:
Untitled (some info about the source: "Thanks to T for the tape trade all those years ago. / blackpage March 17, 2006 / tape(xx gen)->SBL 24 bit->sound forge(normalization, trimming)->flac level 8 SBC-verified")

 

1970. 11. 11.
  • This date is most probably not correct, but I keep it for the moment because nobody knows the correct recording date. It was probably recorded in England (or UK), either in Dec 1970 (12 Dec 1970?) or in Jan 1970 (17 Jan 1971?).
    On the other hand, "Blues" and "Atom Heart Mother (Remergence)" - which are often circulated together with this recording - are from 1971-02-26, Stadthalle, Offenbach, West Germany.
  • Best version:
    "Pictures of Pink Floyd Restoration Project (originally released by Doinker; speed correction by blokhead)" - This is the definitive version, forget about all other versions and get this one!
      Other versions I've heard:
    • "Command Performance" - slightly better than "Tape Source"
    • Untitled (C.G. Whitman Transfer) - a.k.a. "Tape Source"

     

    1971

    1971. 02. 25.
    Grosser Saal, Musikhalle, Hamburg, West Germany
    Best version:
    "M-502" - 48 kHz vinyl-rip by Rudy (aka Pinkrudy)
    This is a very slight improvement over the Digital Floyd Archives version (less distorsion, but the same problems of the vinyl source are still present)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "M-502" - Digital Floyd Archives DFA-019

     

    1971. 09. 30.
    BBC Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London, England
    Best version:
    "BBC Archives 1970-1971 Rev. A" - Harvested HRV CDR 007B RevA (IMO the sound quality is (though very slightly) better than the 24bit/48kHz raw source
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    • Untitled - 24bit/48kHz transfer of BBC transcription LP by RonToon of Harvested (claimed to be 32bit, but in fact 24bit); clicks and pops manually removed, but otherwise raw source (no EQ, no NR) used to create "BBC Archives 1970-1971 Rev. A"; 3 songs only: 'Fat Old Sun', 'One Of These Days', 'Echoes'

     

    1971. 10. 31.
    Fieldhouse, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA
    Best version:
    Untitled - "T-1606" version
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - without any information; "Cymbaline" is not available on this source; here is the .md5 for identification:
    f10768476bd15f94a814bdf2a9fcdf6e *pf71-10-31d2t02.shn
    cc676add56247f9be7a19c639deb6ad4 *pf71-10-31d2t01.shn
    3edc1f489bf1ed6a9fb51dc2beadef3c *pf71-10-31d1t04.shn
    05f93e2577d9f9c0af445e7867803326 *pf71-10-31d1t02.shn
    877b09f12082baf02bc18305c64f7267 *pf71-10-31d1t03.shn
    6af0587b5cbbfe7080654cd985a7e469 *pf71-10-31d1t01.shn

     

    1972

     

    1972. 01. 20.
    The Dome, Brighton, England
    Best version:
    Untitled - source: A(0)->HiFi VHS->DAT(2)->SHN - speed corrected version by Bert13
      Other versions I've heard:
    • Untitled - source: A(0)->HiFi VHS->DAT(2)->SHN
    • "The Darkside Rehearsals" (Triangle Records PYCD 065-2)

     

    1972. 01. 22.
    Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England
    Best version:
    • Untitled - Patched version by Szabi (this is a combination of "Winter Gardens 1972" and "Eclipse Of The Darkside" (Spectre Edit) roios to have a complete version of the show)
    • "Eclipse Of The Darkside" (Spectre Edit) - sound quality is very good, but incomplete, only the Dark Side set of the show is available
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Winter Gardens 1972" (Monkey Records 003) - this is the complete show, but sounds terrible :(

     

    1972. 02. 17.
    Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, England
    Best version:
    "Rainbow Theatre London 1972 February 17 Master" - source: cass[Master] > Hi-Fi > DAT(4) > CDR(?) - no noise-reduction used, sounds better than "Rainbow Day 1"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Rainbow Day 1" - Ayanami-212 (unknown lineage, noise-reduction used)

     

    1972. 02. 18.
    Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, England
    Best version:
    "Rainbow Theater"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Rainbow Day 2" - Ayanami-213

     

    1972. 02. 19.
    Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, England
    Best version:
    "1972 Complete 19th" - by Little Pieces Production (LLP): combination and remaster of "The Rainbow Volumes - Vol. 3" (ACR-019) and "End Of The Rainbow (Moon Walk, part 2)"; the show is now almost complete except Breathe (fades in, cut)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    • "The Rainbow Volumes - Vol. 3" - Atomic Cow Recordings ACR-019 - incomplete (Breathe fades in, A Saucerful of Secrets is cut, Blues and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun are not available)
    • "End Of The Rainbow (Moon Walk, part 2)" - better sound quality than "The Rainbow Volumes - Vol. 3", but incomplete (only 4 songs: Echoes, A Saucerful Of Secrets, Blues, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun)

     

    1972. 02. 20.
    Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, England
    Best version:
    "Best Of The Rainbow (Revision)" (Happy Pig CDR)
      Other versions I've heard:
    • "The Best Of Tour '72 - Restored" - Remastered From Original 1st LP Pressing; incomplete, DSOTM only; it claims to be better than all other (previous) versions, but it has an annoying distorsion and hiss and in my opinion the Happy Pig revised version sounds better
    • "In Celebration Of The Comet - The Coming Of Kahoutek" (BWHI Legitimate Records Group) - incomplete, DSOTM only; date on cover is not correct

     

    1972. 03. 08.
    Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
    Best version:
    "Osaka Master" [REC2]
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Fourth Eclipsed Night" [REC1] - A Saucerful Of Secrets on Disc 2 is from 1971Aug9 (Osaka)

     

    1972. 05. 18.
    Deutschlandhalle, West Berlin, West Germany
    Best version:
    "Master Rec 2 Revision A"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Lord Of The Universe" - DFA (Digital Floyd Archives)

     

    1972. 11. 12.
    Ernst-Merck-Halle, Hamburg, West Germany
    Best version:
    "Eclipse On Hamburg 1972" (Highland HL651/652) - although sound quality is only slighter (if any) better than the "JFG 2002" version, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun is complete
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - "JFG 2002" version (last 2 minutes of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun are not available)

     

    1972. 12. 05.
    Sport Palais Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium
    Best version:
    "Brussels 1972.12.05" - speed corrected version by Bert13; fake last track removed
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Brussels 1972.12.05" - incomplete; the last track ("Careful With That Axe, Eugene") is a fake, it is from Live AT Pompeii

     

    1972. 12. 09.
    Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
    Best version:
    "In A Neutral Land - Revision 1" - Man of Leisure Music (MoLM), Remastered by Danalog
      Other versions I've heard:
    • Untitled (sometimes called 'jonsatticuk 1st gen') - lineage: Reel[M]>cass[0]>cdr>iTunes>MacFlac>flac (Unfortunately it is only available from a lossy (probably mp3 source, low bitrate). It's a pity, because the original, lossless source could possibly be better than "In A Neutral Land - Revision 1"! I hope one day it will surface!)
    • "Live In Switzerland 1972" - source: Low Generation, Second Source

    1973

    1973. 03. 10.
    Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA
    Best version:
    Set 1: "Thoughts And Memories"
    Set 2: "Shorter Of Breath"
    Encore: "Thoughts And Memories"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Thoughts And Memories"

     

    1973. 05. 18.
    Earls Court Exhibition Hall, Earls Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "The White Bootleg" - from master rec2, missing bits patched from rec1
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Earls Court 1973 Day 1" - Ayanami 175

     

    1973. 06. 24.
    Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, USA
    Best version:
    "Inblossom"

     

    1974

     

    1974. 10. 25.
    BBC World Service, Chandos Street, London, England
    Richard Wright gave an interview to Michael Wale for the BBC Radio One show 'Rockspeak' that was broadcast on 1974. 10. 25.
    Best version:
    "W & W" (by YGBC and tx_al)

     

    1974. 11. 16.
    Empire Pool, Wembley, England
    Stereo recording
    Best version:
    • Set 1: "The Darkside Of Wembley" - Happy Pig CDR
    • Set 2 & encore: "BBC Archives 1974" - Harvested Records (HRV CDR 033)
       
    Other versions I've heard:
    "LONDON 1972 (from the dark side of the moon)" - Golden Stars GSCD 1138 (with Dark Side Of The Moon only)
      5.1 surround mix Best version:
    • "We Meet Again" - 3 source mix, DVD-Audio, 96kHz/24bit, 5.1 mix - This is one of the best Floyd roios ever! A very nice surround mix, it's like you were in the middle of Empire Pool back in '74! Excellent, probably the greatest fan-made surround mix ever - I can't say anything bad about it. :)
    • "We Meet Again" - 3 source mix, DTS, 5.1 mix - The same as above, but in a different format. Of course, the DVD-A has better sound quality.
       
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - 2 source mix, DVD-Audio, 44.1kHz/16bit, 5.1 mix - This is the first version of "We Meet Again", much worse sound quality due to inferior sources used and lower bitrate. Also, the surround mix is not so good, surround back channels are too prominent.

     

    1974. 11. 28.
    Empire Theatre, Liverpool, Merseyside, England
    Best version:
    "Liverpool 29.11.74" - Patched version by Szabi (D1T1-3 patched from master recorder 1)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Master recorder 1: better sound quality, but incomplete: only 3 songs (Raving And Drooling, You Gotta Be Crazy, Shine On You Crazy Diamond), tunings and chatter between songs are not available

    1975

    1975. 04. 20.
    University Activity Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA
    Best version:
    "Tempe" - incomplete, unknown source, .flac files, bonus: Rockspeak, BBC Radio 1 interview by Michael Wale with Roger Waters in Jan1974

     

    1975. 04. 27.
    Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Best version:
    Untitled - JFG Rev.2002

     

    1975. 06. 15.
    Garden State Music Fair, Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
    Best version:
    "Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, New Jersey 1975 June 15" - source: master recorder 1 - Sony TC-126 Stereo non-dolby cassette recorder with a single Shure 578 omni microphone split for two channel input. (== This is a MONO recording!!!); cass[master]>DAT clone>cdr[?]
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Jersey Not Mother" - Shout To The Top STTP 132/133

     

    1975. 06. 16.
    Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, USA
    Best version:
    "Pandora's Slowing Down" - Little Pieces Production (LPP): from 3 sources, complete show, all songs are truly from this date, speed corrected
      Other versions I've heard:
    • "Pandora's Box"- Digital Floyd Project DFP120, speed corrected
    • "Raving Crazy Diamond Moon" - HIGHLAND HL252/253

     

    1975. 06. 20.
    Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
    Best version:
    Untitled - unknown source, incomplete, 6 tracks in .flac format, total playtime: 35min32sec. ("Speed-corrected, de-glitched, and re-indexed by thegoldenband")
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - unknown source, incomplete, 6 tracks in .flac format, total playtime: 33min48sec. ("Extraction, compression, liner notes by Furry Animal for DC hub pinkroioshn.myftp.org, March 2005")

     

    1975. 06. 24.
    Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Best version:
    "Experimental Energy" - Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan [REC2] (MCD016) - incomplete

     

    1975. 07. 05.
    Knebworth Park, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England
    Best version:
    "Trouble In Knebworth" - Yeeshkul! Records YR 001 -1/2/3 (To my ears, it sounds exactly the same as "Yesterday's Triumph", but it has got some nice fillers, so I decided to keep this one.)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Yesterday's Triumph" - Pinkroioshn CDR-010 (PRS-CDR-010)

     

    1975. 09. 15.
    Wish You Were Here album (release date)
    SQ quadraphonic vinyl
    Best version:
    DVD-Audio ("The Quadumvirate" version):
    • Soundtracks: MLP 4.0 PPCM (96kHz/24bit), DD4.0 and DTS4.0
    • Identification: download size is about 3.6 GB, the background during playback is the album cover with bright, orange drawing all over
    • Sound quality: very clean, crisp and clear, no surface noise, no distorsion, no pops at all, a brilliant transfer of a mint SQ vinyl, full and "open" sound, my only problem is that the surround channels are a bit too loud for me and bass is weaker than on the TabP. DTS version
    Other versions I've heard:
    DTS CD made by TabP. using Tate SQ decoder:
    • Pro: strong, rich bass, great channel separation
    • Contra: sounds muddy, not so bright and clean, many pops everywhere (probably the vinyl source was worn)
    Unofficial surround mixes
    DVD-Audio ("Area 51" version):
    • Soundtrack: MLP 5.0 PPCM (96kHz/24bit)
    • Identification: download size is about 1.8 GB, album is divided into 3 tracks (1: Shine On + Welcome To The Machine // 2: Have A Cigar // 3: Wish You Were Here + Shine On), background is the original album cover, no background during playback
    • This is not the original quadraphonic mix! This is most probably a fan-made surround mix made from the commercially available remastered CD of the album. Nice sound, discrete surround mix, but not the real deal.

     

    1977

     

    1977. 02. 03.
    Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
    Best version:
    "Zurich Master Speedcorrected (Recorder 1)" - incomplete

     

    1977. 02. 27.
    Olympiahalle, Munich, West Germany
    Best version:
    "Munich Machine" (LPP)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Munich 27.2.77" (Wojtek)

     

    1977. 03. 30.
    New Bingley Hall, Staffordshire County Showground, Stafford, England
    Best version:
    "1977-03-30 Stafford Bingley Hall" - audience REC2; incomplete

     

    1977. 05. 07.
    Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Best version:
    "California Nights"

     

    1977. 06. 19.
    The Super Bowl Of Rock 'n' Roll, Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Best version:
    "A Stranger At Home"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - recorder 2 / cass[low]: annoying rumbling sounds on the higher guitar notes; many-many gaps of silence in the recording. Otherwise, sound quality would be better than "A Stranger At Home" roio.

     

    1977. 07. 04.
    Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
    Best version:
    "Analogue Master Recording" (MASTER - 006) - Patched version by Szabi (the cut in Pigs (Three Different Ones) and the missing beginning of Money are patched from an unknown source)
    Please note that despite its title, this is not from the master, lineage is a2>cdr3.

     

    1980

     

    1980. 08. 06.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "The Show Must Go On" - Distributed by Man of Leisure Music (MoLM) www.manofleisuremusic.com, from 1st generation clones of the Master CDRs, first broadcast live on WRPI 91.5 FM 05Aug04. [This source sounds better, even though it is sourced from mp3.]
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    WALLweed WWRM014

     

    1981

    1981. 06. 16.
    Earls Court Exhibition Hall, Earls Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Warm Thrill Of Confusion"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    WALLweed WWRM029

     

    1981. 06. 17.
    Earls Court Exhibition Hall, Earls Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Master Recorder 3" - cass[M] > CDR[1]; recorded with a Sony TC153SD portable deck; released by Wojtek
      Other versions I've heard:
    • "The Wall, 17Jun81, Earls Court, London" - A Man of Leisure Music Production (MoLM) - REVISION 1 -- Updated Edition -- MAY 2004
    • WALLweed WWRM030

    1987

    1987. 09. 09.
    Lansdowne Park Stadium, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    Best version:
    "Echoes Of Thunder" - Patched version by Szabi ("On The Run" & "Wish You Were Here" are not available on "Echoes Of Thunder", so they were inserted from "Sunlight Wings" source)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Sunlight Wings"

     

    1987. 09. 17.
    Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Best version:
    "Cleveland 17.9.87" (REC 1, vinyl source, more complete and sounds better than REC 1) - Patched version by Szabi (skip in "Echoes" & missing end of "Sorrow" were completed from REC 2)
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Cleveland 87-09-17" - REC 2, very incomplete: only first half of the show and 2 songs are cut

     

    1987. 10. 05.
    Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
    Best version:
    Untitled - Master Audience Recording; Taper: Mike Hatler; Seat: Section 12C Row C Seat 2; Equipment: Sony TCD-6M/Nacamichi CM-300

     

    1987. 11. 01.
    Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida, USA
    Best version:
    "Delicate Sound Of Miami" - re-indexed, "Run Like Hell" is patched from 'Delicate Sound Of Thunder' video
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "1987-11-01 at the Orange Bowl, Miami - Soundboard" - source: soundboard; further details not available, cassette???, "Run Like Hell" is incomplete

     

    1987. 11. 03-05.
    The Omni Coliseum, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
    "Would You Buy A Ticket To This Show? - The DVD Soundtrack" (Household Objects HHOCD003) - soundboard recording, combination of 3 nights

     

    1987. 11. 10.
    Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Best version:
    "Welcome To The Silverdome"

     

    1987. 11. 30.
    Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Best version:
    "Money Goes West" - Progressive Rock Remaster Project PRRP 025

     

    1987. 12. 08.
    Kingdome, Seattle, Washington, USA
    Best version:
    "Kingdome Seattle" - from master cassette

     

    1988

     

    1988. 02. 19.
    Tennis Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
    Best version:
    Untitled - soundboard

     

    1988. 03. 11.
    Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, Japan
    Best version:
    "Sound Of Thunder"

     

    1988. 04. 26.
    Municipal Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
    Best version:
    "1988 April 26 - Municipal Stadium, Phoenix, Arizona, USA"

     

    1988. 05.30.
    Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
    Best version:
    "Did You Like Our Pig?"

     

    1988. 07. 08.
    Stadio Communale Braglia, Modena, Italy
    Best version:
    "Nothing Is Changed" - Red Phantom RPCD 2026/27

     

    1988. 08. 05.
    Wembley Stadium, Wembley, Middlesex, England
    Best version:
    "He's Not The Worst"

     

    1988. 08. 08.
    Maine Road Football Club, Moss Side, Manchester, England
    Best version:
    "Manchester 1988 - 1st gen" - source: Rig: SONY Mic > SONY D6c; x-fer: Unidexter - MAXELL XLII 90's(1st gen) > NAK CR-7A (manual az) > PCM R500; Taper: Dave M

     

    1988. 08. 16.
    Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Detroit, Michigan, USA
    Best version:
    "Welcome To The Palace Part 1"

     

    1988. 08. 20.
    Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, USA
    Soundcheck
    Best version:
    Untitled - unknown source
     
    Concert
    Best version:
    Untitled - unknown source (UNKNOWN>CDR>SHN)

     

    1988. 08. 23.
    Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, New York, USA
    Best version:
    Nassau 88.8.23 Master (D6/MX-90)

     

    1989

     

    1989. 06. 03.
    Bol' Šaja Sportivnaja Arena, Lushniki, Moscow, USSR
    Best version:
    "Moscow" (Wojtek's version)

     

    1989. 06. 28.
    Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France
    Best version:
    "Paris Bercy 2nd Night" (Wojtek's version)

     

    1989. 07. 10.
    Goffertpark, Nijmegen, Netherlands
    Best version:
    "Nijmegen 10.7.89"

     

    1989. 07. 15.
    Grand Canal, Venice, Italy
    Best version:
    "In Venice" (This Place Records TPR CD 002)

     

    1989. 07. 18.
    Stade Vélodrome, Marseilles, France
    Best version:
    "Marseilles 18.7.89"

     

    1993

     

    1993. 09. 18.
    Cowdray Ruins Concert 1993, Cowdray Castle, Midhurst, England
    Best version:
    "Cowdray Ruins Concert 1993"

     

    1994

    1994. 03. 30.
    The Division Bell World Premier Broadcast, The Album Network, USA
    Best version:
    "The Division Bell World Premier Broadcast" - Pigs On The Wing POTWCD016

     

    1994. 04. 10.
    Autodromo Hnos. Rodriguez, Mexico City, Mexico
    Best version:
    "Mexico City 10apr94"

     

    1994. 04. 20.
    Oakland Coliseum Stadium, Oakland, California, USA
    Best version:
    "Stoned On 420"

     

    1994. 04. 24.
    Sun Devil Stadium, Arizona State University, Tempe, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
    Best version:
    "Live At Sun Devil Stadium"

     

    1994. 04. 28.
    Texas Stadium, Irving, Dallas, Texas, USA
    Best version:
    "Irving Texas Texas Stadium" (T-1307)

     

    1994. 04. 29.
    Texas Stadium, Irving, Dallas, Texas, USA
    Best version:
    "Irving Texas Texas Stadium" (T-1308)

     

    1994. 05. 08.
    Vanderbilt University Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
    Concert
    Best version:
    "Gold Laser" (Genuine Space Jewel Production GSJ-048)
     
    Press conference
    Best version:
    "Gold Laser" (Genuine Space Jewel Production GSJ-048)
     
    Live broadcasts from Vanderbuilt Stadium the day of the show
    Best version:
    "Gold Laser" (Genuine Space Jewel Production GSJ-048)

     

    1994. 05. 12.
    Death Valley Stadium, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, USA
    Best version:
    "Death Valley 1994"

     

    1994. 05. 26.
    Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Best version:
    "Cleveland 26.5.94"

     

    1994. 06. 11.
    Yankee Stadium, New York City, New York, USA
    Best version:
    "Keep Talking" - On Stage Rec. CDON/2342
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "The Return Of The Comet" - The Last Bootleg Records LBR 016/2

     

    1994. 06. 16.
    Cyclone Stadium, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA
    Best version:
    Untitled - from master DAT (source: Sonic Studio Mics - Unknown DAT recorder - Tascam DA-40); slightly incomplete ('Run Like Hell' is missing)

     

    1994. 06. 22.
    Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
    Best version:
    "Pink Vikings"

     

    1994. 07. 18.
    Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
    Best version:
    "Master Recorder 3"

     

    1994. 07. 30.
    Chateau de Chantilly, Chantilly, France
    Best version:
    "Paris Master" - slightly better sound than on "Bells From Notre Dame", although my copy has a few digital audio extraction errors (e.g. at 5:21 in 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond')
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Bells From Notre Dame" - higher generation copy of the "Paris Master" source, sounds slightly worse

     

    1994. 07. 31.
    Chateau de Chantilly, Chantilly, France
    Best version:
    "Chantilly 31.07.94" - Patched version by Szabi [Missing bits during Sorrow were patched with a different source (Untitled source, marked as being "from Syd", without any further info)]
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - marked as being "from Syd", without any further info, 2 discs in .shn format

     

    1994. 08. 06.
    Fussballstadion St. Jakob, Basel, Switzerland
    Best version:
    "Basel 6.8.94"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - marked as being "from Syd", without any further info, 2 discs in .shn format; same source as the above, but worse sound quality (higher generation copy)

     

    1994. 08. 09.
    Amphitheatre du Chateau de Grammont, Montpellier, France
    Best version:
    Untitled - marked as being "from Syd", without any further info, 2 discs in .shn format (probably a high generation tape copy, it would be nice to track down the master of this recorder) - Astronomy Dominé is complete, different recorder
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Manilow" (#ROIO CDR 013) - Astronomy Dominé fades in

     

    1994. 08. 11.
    Esplanade des Quinconces, Bordeaux, France
    Best version:
    "Bordeaux 11.8.94"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - marked as being "from Syd", without any further info, 2 discs in .shn format; same source as the above, but worse sound quality (higher generation copy)

     

    1994. 08. 13.
    Hockenheimring, Hockenheim, Germany
    Best version:
    "The Sound Surrounds" - from DAT master, Taped & Edit by Coma
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - marked as being "from Syd", without any further info, 3 discs in .shn format; same source as the above, but much worse sound quality

     

    1994. 08. 16.
    Niedersachsenstadion, Hannover, Germany
    Best version:
    "Total Eclipse Over Hannover" (DG Records DG160894)

     

    1994. 08. 17.
    Niedersachsenstadion, Hannover, Germany
    Best version:
    "The Second Night Of Hannover" (DG Records DG170894)

     

    1994. 08. 19.
    Lufthafen Wiener Neustadt, Vienna, Austria
    Best version:
    "Pink Floyd In Austria: Vol. 6 - Wiener Neustadt '94" - very complete including 14 mins of the introduction sound effects; 3 discs
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    Untitled - marked as being "from Syd", without any further info, 2 discs in .shn format; same source as the above, but worse sound quality

     

    1994. 09. 09.
    Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg, France
    Best version:
    "Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg" - unknown lineage, 3 discs distributed in flac format. Not as "super-complete" as "Comfortablement" (below), because it doesn't have the first 3 minutes of the soundcape (not much could be heard anyway) and the 6-minute outro after "Run Like Hell" (nothing interesting in this outro), but it is the same source and sounds slightly better (lower gen?).
      Other versions I've heard:
    • "Comfortablement Engourdi En France (Live In Strasbourg, France)" - unknown lineage, 3 discs distributed originally in shn format. Very complete release with a 16-minute long soundscape and a 6-minute outro after "Run Like Hell". 2nd best sounding version of the same recording.
    • Untitled, received from Syd in a trade, 2 discs in shn format - same recording as other versions, slightly inferior sound quality, less complete (no soundscape, no outro, no intro to "Comfortably Numb", first minute of "Another Brick" missing)

     

    1994. 09. 15.
    Stadio Friuli, Udine, Italy
    Best version:
    "Live In Udine"

     

    1994. 09. 20.
    Studi Di Cinecittá, Rome, Italy
    Best version:
    "All You Create"

     

    1994. 09. 23.
    Stade de Gerland, Lyon, France
    Best version:
    "Lyon 23.9.94"

     

    1994. 10. 13.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 02" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-II)

     

    1994. 10. 14.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 03" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-III)

     

    1994. 10. 15.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 04" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-IV)

     

    1994. 10. 16.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 05" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-V)

     

    1994. 10. 19.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 07" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-VII)

     

    1994. 10. 21.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 09" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-IX)

     

    1994. 10. 22.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 10" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-X)

     

    1994. 10. 23.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 11" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-XI)

     

    1994. 10. 26.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Stars Can Frighten"
     
    Other versions I've heard:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 12" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-XII)

     

    1994. 10. 27.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 13" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-XIII)

     

    1994. 10. 28.
    Earl's Court Exhibition Hall, Earl's Court, London, England
    Best version:
    "Complete Earls Court Volume 14" (#ROIO Records CDR-017-XIV)

     

    2007

     

    2007. 05. 10.
    Barbican Center, London, England
    Best version:
    "Syd Barrett - Madcap's Last Laugh (Revision)" - the revision is only a more complete version of Disc 1 Track 12 ('Flickering Flame') with Waters's intro patched in from a different (bad quality) source
      Other versions I've heard:
    • "Syd Barrett - Madcap's Last Laugh"
    • Untitled - without any info, 'Arnold Layne' only, a 10.8MB .flac file, very bad quality, probably recorded with a photocamera