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Pink Floyd - The Early Years 1965-1972 Box Set - Realiz/ation (Content, tracks, etc. ONLY!)

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by stereoptic, Nov 2, 2016.

  1. stereoptic

    stereoptic Anaglyphic GORT Staff Thread Starter

    This is continuation of the Pink Floyd The Early Years 1965-1972 -Anticip/ation thread.

    This thread is dedicated to discussion of the content of the just released sprawling ~27 disk box set - Pink Floyd - The Early Years 1965-1972 to be released on November 11, 2016.

    This thread is for discussion of the content only!
    Much much 'more' (and the other Pink Floyd albums o_O) is in the sprawling thread:
    Pink Floyd The Early Years 1965-1972 -Anticip/ation. Many questions that you have might be already answered in that thread, I suggest doing a search and select 'search within this thread'

    Shipping, prices, etc. should be discussed in the other thread:
    Pink Floyd - The Early Years 1965-1972 Box Set - Pricing & Shipping ONLY!

    For reference - here is a link to a list of the box set's contents:

    Last edited: Nov 11, 2016
  2. crozcat

    crozcat Forum Resident

    To get this thread going:

    How is the sound quality on the bonus disc Continu/ation ?
  3. LarsO

    LarsO Forum Resident

  4. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident

  5. Rne

    Rne Sufferin' succotash!

    That's my primary "concern" too.
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  6. MOB_HRV

    MOB_HRV Forum Resident

    Brussels, Belgium
    The biggest question for me: is Interstellar Overdrive with Frank Zappa (Amougies) a true video or a slideshow?
  7. SM7609

    SM7609 Forum Resident

    Waterbury, CT, USA
    I will second this!!
  8. Josip

    Josip Forum Resident

    Take a listen to 2016 remix of Free Four... Does anybody know where did the low-end disappear?
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  9. Yes, hoping for some high quality screenshots of the sub-boxes soon.
  10. I could post some box set related photos, if you like.
    Think the previously unseen photos in the several boxes would be a great content to show in this thread, too.
  11. SM7609

    SM7609 Forum Resident

    Waterbury, CT, USA
    From a post on Yeeshkul regarding the Zappa footage:

    Looks and sounds great to me. You can hear him playing and there are some good angles on him. I'm not too familiar with the backstory on this so can't really say more. It's a wacky version of IO, they start with a jam and much later does the IO riff start to come through. Seems reasonably complete as they show him setting up and tuning with David; I think however the later portion of the song goes to credits and b-roll of the festival, however there is a good amount of performance footage. It was late when I watched it, so I don't rightly recall.
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  12. qtrules

    qtrules Forum Resident

    i am looking forward to adding the empire pool 'echoes' to my live 74 playlist.
  13. Me, too! Finally we will have the complete Wembley '74 concert.
    If they only would press this on vinyl sometime, too...
  14. opiumden

    opiumden Forum Resident

    What are the resolutions (bit depth/sample rate) of the blu-ray/dvd tracks?
  15. Rne

    Rne Sufferin' succotash!

    Good news! Two of my greatest musical passions together!
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  16. A photo of Nick and the (now good known) van... plus the rest of the band far left behind a window.

    Last edited: Nov 10, 2016
  17. rnranimal

    rnranimal Senior Member

    I still don't get why the stripe used in the set is backwards from the van. There's this character which could've been use \
  18. The stripe's not always backwards as I remember on some box set related designs and photo postings.
  19. Piper recording session.

  20. Photo taken in Brussels, Belgium 1968

  21. Something from the newspapers.

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  22. Kew Gardens, 1969.

  23. Atom Heart Mother recording session, 1970

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  24. Rick and Nick, 1970

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  25. Roger Live 1971


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