Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Pink Floyd - From The Other Side (june 1972 Studio Rehearsals for Dark Side Of The Moon)
Here's a little rarity for you kind folks that DaddyRich enjoys a lot. There is certainly no shortage of Pink Floyd alternates, is there? We all have the 20 disc "A Tree Full Of Secrets', right? That is one of the most exhaustive collections I had seen to that point but now realize that there are some bands with even more available. I did a quick search and didn't find this one in too many places and it's a tasty tidbit that might make me want to place some more Floyd rarities on here - after a little Beatle's binge, of course.
1. Time (alternate version) 6:06
2. Brain Damage (alternate version) 3:25
3. Us And Them (alternate version) 5:29
Total time: 15:02
PINK FLOYD FROM THE OTHER SIDE 3 ULTRA RARE ALTERNATE VERSIONS OF...
TIME--no solo lead guitar after "started gun"...no Breathe reprise
BRAIN DAMAGE--no laughing on fade up..."lunatic is in my head" fade up is different from what precedes on record (which is chorus instead of instrumental section)..."if cloud burst..." has lead guitar not on record...no voice speech in next section, but lead guitar instead...lead guitar on end after "dark side of the moon.
US AND THEM--sax solo at the beginning has a different ending... no echo on voice...sax continues under voice into second verse.. into "forward he cried"...and next verse, "black and blue" (record starts at "who's who" and goes to "up and down")... sax continues into "up and down" verse and into "haven't you heard" with no voice over. On the record the sax is the same take but just mixed in and out.
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