Pink Floyd The Later Years - Specul/ation (Pre-release)

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  1. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

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    More time to save up for all the money I'm gonna be spending! This box, Animals, Abbey Road, new Court of the Crimson King. It's a good thing my fiance loves me so much! :p
     
  2. NunoBento

    NunoBento Rock 'n' Roll Star

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    Just move your head up and down or right-to-left! :D
     
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  3. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

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    Like this? > :agree: :shake:
     
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  4. NunoBento

    NunoBento Rock 'n' Roll Star

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    YEY! :D
     
  5. Hush

    Hush "Fate, up against your will"

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    Absolutely desperate for the Animals reissue, whatever it may be, so to hear it may another year away is a bit disappointing.

    But, I'm sure this will make up for it for the time being. I've never been the biggest fan of AMLOR, but it'll be interesting to see what they do with it, if anything at all.

    Bring it on!
     
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  6. NunoBento

    NunoBento Rock 'n' Roll Star

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    About "A Momentary Lapse Of Reason". Being the first album post-Roger and lacking the crucial contribution of Rick, I kind of understand where all the hate towards it comes from. But still, I love it. Half of it is first class Floyd.
    "A New Machine" and "One Slip" obviously sit bad along the Floyd cannon, but stuff like "Sorrow" and "On The Turning Away" and even "Learning To Fly" are top drawer Floyd.
     
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  7. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

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    I was into it when it came out but lost interest in it over the years. After cranking it up today I can say with 100% certainty that I'm into it again. :righton:
     
  8. pinkrudy

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    welp, Pulse on blu-ray sounds sweet. delicate sound of thunder on blu-ray also sounds good.

    maybe knebworth 1990 or venice 1989 remastered.

    some HD video of marooned performed in oslo 1994?
     
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  9. pinkrudy

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    I guess the box everyone is waiting for will now be called "the middle years"?
     
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  10. coffeetime

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    Were any of the non-Dark Side nights at Earl’s Court filmed with Hey You etc in the setlist for consideration for PULSE?
     
  11. zinan

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    Very good and long-awaited news!
    I read all messages and wishes of content of such edition. It is a pity that the most part of desires will not come true. It is difficult for me to present on whom contents will depend: I do not believe that Roger and David will be able to agree upon these questions.
    Possibly, it will be a question of TWO various editions "73' - 83'" & "87'-2014"
     
  12. englishbob

    englishbob Its a s*** business

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    A few pages back mentioned "Animals" surround delayed? This is just a supposed box set with a Blu-Ray right, the SACD is still 2019 ?
     
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  13. Jerry Horne

    Jerry Horne The Division Bell 1994|25|2019

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    I’m in.

    :drool:
     
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  14. rontoon

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    AFAIK the release date is still a moving target. Acoustic Sounds advertised the SACD for a 2019 release. Aubrey just mentioned 2020 but maybe that's for a box?

    I don't know of any of the other Earl's Court shows that were filmed aside from the one that was broadcast and released.

    The Later Years does not involve Roger Waters so nobody to disagree with.
     
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  15. Gavaxeman

    Gavaxeman Take me back to dear old Blighty...

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    Hope it’s got massive pulse type led’s on the box
     
  16. Big Pasi

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    To my knowledge, no other nights were filmed. Unfortunately. :realmad:
     
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  17. revolution_vanderbilt

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    Aside from the Endless River, I don't own any Floyd albums past the Final Cut. If they are going to be included in this box, that'd be gravy. If not... I'll just add them to my order!
     
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  18. NunoBento

    NunoBento Rock 'n' Roll Star

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    All right, this is just a first draft and subject to a lot of revisions and fill in the gaps.

    Keeping the concept of gathering the material by the year of conception, as in "The Early Years", his is what IMO we should expect (and also what I want).

    Pink Floyd - The Later Years (1987-1995)

    • 1987
    CD 1 - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason Stereo Remix (the rebirth of that long lost project with Rick parts mixed in)
    BD 1 - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason Surround Remix
    BD 1 - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason promo videos (Learning To Fly, One Slip, On The Turning Away)
    BD 2 - Would You Buy A Ticket For This Show? - Live at The Omni '87
    BD 2 - Hangar Rehearsals - Live in Toronto '87

    • 1988
    CD 1 + 2 - Delicate Sound Of Thunder - Live at Nassau Coliseum '88 (EXPANDED album with complete concert)
    BD 1 - Delicate Sound Of Thunder - Live at Nassau Coliseum '88 (EXPANDED film without the cheesy animations)

    • 1989-1992
    CD 1 - "La Carrera Panamericana" complete Soundtrack (Pan Am Shuffle, Country Theme, Mexico '78, Big Theme, Small Theme, Carrera Slow Blues)
    BD 1 - A Venezia - Live in Venice '89
    BD 1 - Live at Knebworth '90
    BD 2 - La Carrera Panamericana (1992 film)

    • 1994
    CD 1 - "The Endless River Naked" (TER tracks without Youth production - what was initially supposed to appear on TDB Deluxe Edition)
    CD 2 - "The Big Spliff" (sound collage that was never released and - contrary to some people's belief - unrelated to TER)
    CD 2 - Fractals: The Colours of Infinity (complete tracks that appear on film)
    BD 1 - The Division Bell promo videos (Take it Back, Marooned, High Hopes)
    BD 1 - Fractals: The Colours of Infinity (film)
    BD 1 - The Story (BBC documentary)

    • 1995

    CD 1 + 2 - Alternate PULSE (featuring other selections from the tour, including "Soundscape")
    BD 1 - PULSE (Newly restored for Blu-Ray and new 5.1 remix)
    BD 2 - Bootlegging the Bootleggers EXPANDED (Audience footage from TDB tour synched with professional audio recordings)


    Now what we need is some really cool names for each volume and this time I want the long lost MASTURB/ATION set to be included! :D

    EDIT: I edited the post to join the years 1989 to 1992, due to lack of material. Now the ser features 5 volumes, which I think is close to what we'll get.
     
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  19. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

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    Well that's pretty much listing everything from that era. :laugh:
     
  20. Big Pasi

    Big Pasi Forum Resident

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    Well... there's still edited versions of at least Learning To Fly and One Slip.
    And... what songs were edited on the single vinyl version of Division Bell?
     
  21. coffeetime

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    I’d buy this in a heartbeat!
     
  22. NunoBento

    NunoBento Rock 'n' Roll Star

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    RIGHT?! I was listening to Learning To Fly the other day (after years of avoiding it) and realized what a magnificent track it is. AMLOR is not nearly as bad as people make it.
     
  23. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

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    Watching DSOT just for fun. Amazing version of Great Gig in the Sky from Versailles. This trio, IMHO, nails it offering the best live rendition I've ever heard and very close to the original vocals to boot.
    Today is the first day of Spring Break so maybe I'm just in a forgiving mood today? :D
     
  24. Instant Dharma

    Instant Dharma Hendon!!!!

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    Technically.
     
  25. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

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    I'm wondering if they take the same route as they did with TEY releasing this as a big box and subsequent individual volumes?
     
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