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/_|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|__\ Version 3.6b (August 1995) [06/97 bear]
		     Originally compiled by David Schuetz

Currently maintained by Matt Denault
or (echoes-faq@tcsi.com)
With help from all over the world!
The FAQ is broken down into four sections, as follows:
	Section 1 - General Information
The first section is general information, and
includes stuff like lists of albums, videos, tour
personnel, set lists, etc.
	Section 2 - The Early Years
The second section covers their "early years," that
is, _Piper_ through _Obscured by Clouds_.
	Section 3 - The Glory Years
The third section is the "glory years" (and any
discussion regarding this time frame *not* being
the time of their greatest glory will be ignored).
This section covers DSotM through _The Wall_.
	Section 4 - After the Wall 
The fourth section covers TFC through _Pulse_ and
beyond, the various solo albums, and general trivia
that doesn't fit anywhere else.
In addition to these four parts, there is the "Pink Floyd Internet Reference
List," which details how to access various other Internet sources of Floyd
information, such as FTP sites, WWW servers, IRC channels, Usenet newsgroups,
and the echoes mailing list.
Section 1 - General Information
[-] 01.  "Do I have to read all this stuff?"
[-]01.1 "Where did this FAQ list come from?"
[-]01.2 "What do I do if I have a comment/suggestion/correction?"
[+] 02. "Some useful abbreviations..."
[+] 03. "Who is Pink Floyd anyway, and what's his real name?"
[-]03.1 "Family Tree"
[+] 04. "What albums have Pink Floyd released?"
[+]04.1 "Pink Floyd Albums"
[+]04.2 "Solo Albums"
[+]04.3 "Albums On Which Floyd Songs are Featured"
[+]04.4 "Honorable Mentions -- Tribute and Cover Albums"
[+]04.5 "Interview Discs"
05. "What videos can I find of Pink Floyd?"
[+]05.1 "Concert Videos and Official Floyd/Solo Releases"
[+]05.2 "Feature Films"
[+]05.3 "Promotional/MTV videos and other 'shorts'"
[+]05.4 "Films shown in concert"
[+] 06. "Did the bands who preceeded Pink Floyd ever make any records?"
[-] 07. "Has anyone seen these orchestral albums?"
[+] 08. "What are some good books relating to Pink Floyd?"
[+] 09. "Are there any Pink Floyd fanzines?"
[*] 10. "What are some good sources for collectors?"
[*]10.1 "Hip Cat Records"
[-]10.2 "The Pink Floyd Archives"
[*] 11. "What good Pink Floyd cover bands are out there?"
[*] 12. "Why can't I find any Pink Floyd albums in music club catalogs?"
[+] 13. "What kind of artwork is available for Floyd records/CDs?"
[+]13.1 "What variations are there in the album art?"
[+]13.2 "What colored vinyl is available?"
[+]13.3 "Vinyl Label Art"
[+]13.4 "List of CD Art"
[-]13.5 "Are there posters available of the album artwork?"
[+] 14. "What are all these remasters and gold discs?"
[+]14.1 "A List of 'Original Master' Type Releases"
[+]14.2 "The _Shine On_/EMI remasters"
[+]14.3 "The MFSL Gold Discs"
[-]14.4 "Sony's SBM Process"
[-] 15. "What is the address of Pink Floyd's management?"
[+] 16. "Fleudian Slips"
[-] 17. "All about Quadraphonics"
[-]17.1 "How the SQ system works"
[-]17.2 "What do I need to play Quad albums?"
[+] 18. "Some words about RoIOs"
[+]18.1 "Why use 'RoIO'?"
[+]18.2 "Where can I get RoIOs?"
[+]18.3 "What are some good RoIOs?"
[-]18.4 "Where can I find lists of RoIOs?"
[-]18.5 "What are these 'Trance Remix' albums?"
[+]18.6 "How do I know if a RoIO is any good?"
[+] 19. "What rare or unreleased songs are 'out there?'"
[+] 20. "What were the working titles for some songs/albums?"
[+] 21. "What are some very rare releases or packages?"
[+] 22. "A Collection of Great Concert Setlists (and Players)"
 - Same as last version
+ Changed since last version
* New since last version

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[-] 01.  "Do I have to read all this stuff?"
Yes!  The main reason behind having a FAQ is so that people don't keep 
asking the same old questions day after day after day..... It frees up
fans for discussions about new topics, and keeps them from having to
rehash old debates/arguments for the 252nd time. Yes, there's a helluva
lot of stuff to read here, but there's a lot that new fans may want to
know right off that they'll find right here.
This FAQ is rapidly turning from a list of common questions to a net-
generated Pink Floyd Reference Work. It is heartily recommended that
you keep a copy nearby, either on-line or printed.
[-] 01.1  "Where did this FAQ list come from?"
In early 1991, David Schuetz began to tire of seeing the same questions
appearing in public forums. In late April, the FAQ was formally begun,
and it was his "baby" for nearly three years. In those years, it grew
from just a few pages to more than 60! In late 1993, it became apparent
that David just didn't have the time to work on it anymore (for reasons
far too numerous to mention). In early 1994, David published the final
version of the FAQ that he'd be responsible for (version 2.9).
Then bear (H.W. Neff, the administrator of the echoes mailing list) ran 
it for several months, before passing it on to me (Matt). Which is where
things now stand...
[-] 01.2  "What do I do if I have a comment/suggestion/correction?"
Let me know!  Send me e-mail at: mdenault@pomona.edu 
or: echoes-faq@tcsi.com
I should write back to you within a week to let you know I received your 
Whenever I get enough material to justify a new version, I'll post to both 
echoes and the newsgroup to discuss anything that may be controvertial.
Assuming there are no serious objections, they'll then go into the next
version. My judgement is, of course, final in all FAQ matters.
[+] 02.  "Some useful abbreviations..."
On the net, and throughout this FAQ, there are in use quite a few 
abbreviations. We're lazy people, and don't like to type more than we
have to. So, to help you understand what follows:
Albums:                                         Fanzines: 
PatGoD: Piper At The Gates Of Dawn TAP : The Amazing Pudding
ASoS : A Saucerful Of Secrets BD : Brain Damage
AHM : Atom Heart Mother
OBC : Obscured By Clouds
ANP : A Nice Pair
DSotM : Dark Side Of The Moon
WYWH : Wish You Were Here
TFC : The Final Cut
P&CoHH: The Pros And Cons Of HitchHiking
+-oHH : The Pros And Cons Of HitchHiking
WtWB : When The Wind Blows
AMLoR : A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (sometimes MLoR)
DSoT : Delicate Sound of Thunder
ATD : Amused to Death
TDB : The Division Bell

SOYCD : Shine On You Crazy Diamond (SOYCD -> SoYcD -> SYD)
ABitW : Another Brick in the Wall
OoTD : One of These Days (I'm Going to Cut You Into Little Pieces)
RLH : Run Like Hell CBtL : Coming Back to Life
TGGitS: The Great Gig in the Sky StCftHotS : Set the Controls...
BtBBH : Bring the Boys Back Home OtTA : On the Turning Away
General Stuff: 
BTW : by the way
IMHO : In my humble opinion (IMNSHO = "...not so humble opinion")
RoIO : Recording Of Illegitimate Origin - concert tape, studio outtake, etc.
oreo : bastardization of RoIO (hence also "cookie")
Any others should (hopefully!) be understandable from the context.
[+] 03.  "Who is Pink Floyd anyway, and what's his real name?"
Pink Floyd is not a person, they are a band.  There are five main people
that are associated with the name Pink Floyd. These are (along with their
   Roger Keith (Syd) Barrett       6 January, 1946
George Roger Waters 9 September, 1943
Richard William Wright 28 July, 1945
Nicholas Berkeley Mason 27 January, 1945
David Jon Gilmour 6 March, 1946
About 1965, the Floyd-to-be formed as "Sigma 6."  They then changed to "The 
T-Set" ("Tea Set"), then "The Meggadeaths," "The Architectural Abdabs," "The
Screaming Abdabs," and simply "The Abdabs." At this point, the band's
membership consisted of:
			Roger Waters, lead guitar
Clive Metcalf, bass
Richard Wright, keyboards
Nick Mason, drums
Juliette Gale, vocals
Keith Noble, vocals
The Abdabs mostly played rhythm and blues songs.  Juliette later married
Wright, and she, Noble, and Metcalf all quit the band. Waters then brought
in Bob Klose and Syd Barrett for guitars, followed by Chris Dennis to be
the lead vocalist. Dennis was soon called for duty by the Royal Air Force,
however, and several months later Klose left, leaving the original recorded
Pink Floyd lineup. In late '65, they became "The Pink Floyd Sound," then
just "The Pink Floyd." The name "Pink Floyd" came from albums by two
Carolina blues artists, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council, that were in Syd
Barrett's collection.
The Floyd began to attract attention in mid-1966, frequently playing such
underground hangouts as The UFO Club and The Marquee Club's Spontaneous
Underground. It was during this time that they made the transition from
playing psychedelic R&B covers to doing their own songs; almost exclusively
Syd Barrett compositions. As Floyd biographer Miles has said about this
period, "The Floyd were the *loudest* band anyone had ever heard at that
time. They were also the *weirdest*. They were *the* underground band."
The Floyd's growing underground popularity led to a single, "Arnold Layne," 
released in March of 1967. It entered the British charts at #20, resulting
in national media exposure for the band. Their followup single, "See Emily
Play," stayed on the charts for 7 weeks, reaching #6. The Pink Floyd's
first LP, _The Piper at the Gates of Dawn_, also remained on the charts for
7 weeks, and also reached #6.
The success that followed their first two singles and _Piper_ proved to be
too much for Syd, however, as the vast quantities of drugs he was taking
in, the blind worship of his fans, the pressure of writing hit singles (his
third attempt, "Apples and Oranges," was a flop), and other factors all made
him unpredictable on stage and in the studio. The other members of the group
decided to bring in an additional guitarist to cover for Syd, and thus David
Gilmour was asked to join the band (Jeff Beck was also considered, but the
band was in awe of him, and thought he would command too high a price).
Gilmour (not the same as jazz musician David Gilmore) had established a
reputation as a guitarist and vocalist in the group "The Jokers Wild" (see
Question 6).
With the addition of Gilmour and Syd's declining state, it was shortly 
decided that the band could carry on without him, and so one night they
simply didn't pick him up on the way to a show (see P2Q7). Barrett went
on to record two solo albums (with the assistance of the Floyd's members),
and while he remained (and remains) a cult hero, he never achieved the
musical popularity on his own that he did while with the group. (See
P2Q8 and P4Q34 for more on Barrett.)
Pink Floyd, meanwhile (having shed the "The" part of their name along with
Syd), went on to be fantastically successful, following a somewhat rough
start sans Barrett. They continued as a foursome from _Saucerful_ through
_Animals_; it was during the _Wall_ sessions that Rick Wright was forced
out of the group (P3Q31). By this time as well the lyrical and conceptual
ambitions of Waters were clashing full on with the musical ideas of Gilmour;
on the subsequent _Final Cut_ album, Gilmour acted as little more than a
session musician. At that point, it seemed impossible that they would ever
work together again, and thus Pink Floyd was seen as dead. To heighten this
impression, both Waters and Gilmour produced solo albums, neither of which
did terribly well on the charts or as draws for the tours the two embarked
What happened next is more fully detailed in P4Q7.  In short, Waters decided
to officially leave the group; Gilmour and Mason subsequently decided to
record an album under the Pink Floyd name. Waters, who thought the name best
layed to rest, sued them over its use. The two parties eventually reached a
settlement before the matter ever reached court.
Waters also remained active musically, following up his first solo album, 
_Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking_, with contributions to the movie soundtrack,
"When the Wind Blows." His next solo album was _Radio KAOS_, for which he
again toured. Again, neither was a great success commercially; certainly
not by Pink Floyd standards. Later, in 1990, he staged what was certainly
one of the more memorable music "events" in recent history, with his _Wall
in Berlin_ charity concert. His most recent work, _Amused to Death_, was
not the sales success it was hoped it would be, despite its commercial hype.
This was to the great disappointment of many of his fans, who thought that
AtD was his best work yet. See P4Q33 for some information on Waters'
current activities.
Meanwhile, Pink Floyd did *not* die, certainly not legally, and in the minds
of many fans, not in spirit either. Their first post-Waters release, _A
Momentary Lapse of Reason_, went on to become a major success, and the 2 1/2
member Floyd followed it up with an extensive world tour. In 1995, after
several years off, the group, now with a full three members (see P4Q25),
released _The Division Bell_, and embarked on another tour. A live recording
from this tour is the content of their most recent release, _Pulse_.
...which is where things stand right now, pretty much.  For the latest rumors
of what lies ahead, check out the "Rumor Mill" question, P4Q33.
[-] 03.1  "Family Tree"
Understandably, all these changes can cause a bit of confusion.  Here then
is a "family tree" of the band. Band names are in double quotes ("this is a
band"), and album names are in all caps towards the right (THIS IS AN ALBUM,
sometimes abbreviated).
			    "The Mottoes"
Geoff Mott (Motlow) Syd Barrett Nobby Clarke Clive Wellham Tony Santi
vocals guitar guitar drums bass
| | | |
to "Boston Crabs" to "Hollering Blues" +---+-----------+
(vocals) (bass) |
"The Ramblers" |
"Joker's Wild" |
John Gordon John Altham |
David Gilmour rhythm guitar, sax, Clive Wellham | Tony Santi
guitar guitar keyboards drums | bass
to "The Flowers" "Sigma Six"
and then "Bullitt" "T-Set"
"Architectual Abdabs"
"Screaming Abdabs"
Richard Wright Clive Metcalf Keith Noble
Roger Waters rhythm g. Nick Mason bass Juliette Gale vocals
lead guitar drums vocals
| "Blues Anonymous"
| |
| "The Pink Floyd Sound" |
Roger Waters | Richard Wright Nick Mason Syd Barrett Bob Close
bass | keyboards, cello drums guitar guitar
| "The Pink Floyd"
Syd Barrett Roger Waters | Richard Wright Nick Mason PIPER
guitar bass | keyboards drums
"Bullitt" |
| | "Pink Floyd"
Roger Waters David Gilmour | Syd Barrett Richard Wright Nick Mason ASOS
bass guitar | guitar keyboards drums
| "Pink Floyd"
Roger Waters David Gilmour | Richard Wright Nick Mason MORE, UMMAGUMMA,
bass guitar | keyboards drums AHM, MEDDLE, OBC,
----------------------------+------+------------------- DSTOM, WYWH,
| |
| +------------------------+
| |
| "Pink Floyd" |
Roger Waters David Gilmour | Nick Mason TFC |
bass guitar | drums | "Zee" IDENTITY
----------------------------+------------ Dave Harris | Richard Wright
| guitar | keyboards
| ------------+-------+--------
| |
| "Pink Floyd" |
David Gilmour | Nick Mason AMLOR |
guitar | drums |
--------------+------------- |
| |
| +---------------+
| |
| "Pink Floyd" |
David Gilmour | Nick Mason Richard Wright DSOT, TDB,
guitar | drums keyboards PULSE
[+] 04.  "What albums have Pink Floyd released?"
Without starting a detailed discography, here is a list of all albums 
released by Pink Floyd as a band. Following that is a list of other albums
on which Floyd appears, then a list of solo albums. Q19 lists songs only
available on singles, and all known unreleased material. P0Q4.3 tells where
to find a listing of all "guest work" done by members of Pink Floyd; P0Q4.5
explains how to get a list of artists that have covered PF songs.
[+] 04.1  "Pink Floyd Albums"
[ A "#" indicates that the collection is not currently available on CD ]
			   Regular Catalog 

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn 5 August 1967 @&
A Saucerful of Secrets 29 June 1968 @&
More 27 July 1969 %
Ummagumma 25 October 1969 @&
Atom Heart Mother 10 October 1970 @&
Meddle 11 November 1971 @&
Obscured by Clouds 3 June 1972 %
The Dark Side of the Moon 24 March 1973 @&
Wish You Were Here 15 September 1975 @
Animals 23 January 1977 @
The Wall 30 November 1979 @
The Final Cut 21 March 1983 @
A Momentary Lapse of Reason 8 September 1987
Delicate Sound of Thunder 22 November 1988
The Division Bell 30 March 1994
Pulse 6 June 1995
NOTE: Release dates are for original UK issues.
@ Remastered version available in Europe and the UK
& Remastered version available in the US
% Remastered version planned
			  Special Releases
#Pink Floyd                             1967@  (first American release)
#Best of Pink Floyd 1970* (compilation, Dutch)
#Relics 1971 (compilation w/"Biding My Time")
#A Nice Pair 1973 (_Piper_ & ASoS as double-LP)
#Pink Floyd Milestones 197? (_Piper_ & ASoS, Dutch 2-LP)
A Collection of Great Dance Songs 1981 (compilation)
Pink Floyd Hits 198?% (compilation, Brazilian)
Works 1983 (compilation, w/"Embryo")
Shine On - Special 9 CD Box Set 1992& (remasters and early singles)
Shine On - Selections from the Box 1992^
Dark Side of the Moon XX 1993 (special 20th anniversary ed.)
@ The initial US version of _Piper_, but with "Arnold Layne" and "See Emily
Play" instead of "Flaming" and "Astronomy Domine."
* Rereleased throughout Europe as _Masters of Rock_ Vol. 1 in 1974.
% Brazilian version of ACoGDS with "The Gunner's Dream" in place of "One of
These Days."
& Contains remastered CDs of: ASoS, _Meddle_, DSotM, WYWH, _Animals_, 
_The Wall_, AMLoR, and a CD (mostly mono) of their first 5 singles. Also
includes a hardcover book, several "postcards," and "minimalist" packaging
for the albums themselves. See also Q14.2 and Q19.
^ Contains "See Emily Play," "Set the Controls...," "OoTD," "Money,"
"SOYCD [edit]," "Dogs," "Comfortably Numb," "ABITW2," and "One Slip."
[+] 04.2 "Solo Albums"

Syd Barrett The Madcap Laughs 1970
Syd Barrett Barrett 1970
Roger Waters Music from The Body 1970*
#Syd Barrett Syd Barrett 1974**
David Gilmour David Gilmour 1978
Richard Wright Wet Dream 1978
Nick Mason Ficticious Sports 1981^
David Gilmour About Face 1984
Roger Waters Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking 1984
#Zee Identity 1984+
Nick Mason Profiles 1985++
Roger Waters When The Wind Blows (sndtk) 1986&
Roger Waters Radio KAOS 1987
Syd Barrett The Peel Sessions (EP) 1988&&
Syd Barrett Opel (compilation/rare tracks) 1988
Roger Waters The Wall--Live in Berlin 1990
Syd Barrett Octopus ("Best of") 1992
Roger Waters Amused to Death 1992
Syd Barrett Crazy Diamond (Box Set) 1993^^
*  With Ron Geesin, a soundtrack (re-recorded).  Only four of the tracks
have vocals, all done by Waters. These songs are reminiscient of "If";
the rest of the album is a bit like the weirder parts of the "Atom
Heart Mother" suite.
** _Madcap_ and _Barrett_ repackaged as a double album.
^  Essentially a Carla Bley album -- Mason plays, but wasn't involved in the 
writing. Bley and her husband, Mike Mantler, are well known and respected
in the jazz world. Features vocals by the Soft Machine's Robert Wyatt.
+  Zee was a band comprised of Richard Wright and Dave Harris.
++ With Rick Fenn of 10cc, and features Gilmour with vocals on one track.
Also available in a remastered version as part of the Sony Special
Projects Collectors Series.
&  Second half of album features Waters and The Bleeding Heart Band (the 
first time his band was called such). Only two of these songs have
lyrics -- the rest are short instrumentals. Also on the album are
tracks by David Bowie, Hugh Cornwell, Genesis, Squeeze, and Paul
&& Features "Two of a Kind," which was probably a Rick Wright song.
^^ _Madcap_, _Barrett_, and _Opel_ packaged with alternate takes of the
album songs. This was not available in the US until 1994, except as
an import.
[+] 04.3  "Albums On Which Floyd Songs are Featured"

Tonite Let's All Make Love In London (soundtrack) 1968
Zabriskie Point (soundtrack) 1970
#Picnic (Harvest label sampler -- "Terrapin," "Embryo") 1970
Rock Goes to the Movies (Z-Point songs) 19??
?Harvest Heritage -- 20 Greats ("Octopus") 19??
?Supertracks ("Money") 19??
?The Summit ("Welcome to the Machine") 19??
?The Harvest Story Vol. 1 ("Love You") 19??
?Filmtracks -- The Best of British Film Music (ABitW) 19??
#Underground ("See Emily Play" and ASoS) 19??
#Listen in Good Health (SSoSFAGTiaCaGwaP) 1970
#A Sampler for Singles Only ("Money") 19??
#Song & Dance Sampler ("Us and Them") 19??
#A Harvest Sampler ("Point Me at the Sky") 19??
?Rock Connections with Mike Harrison (ABitW2) 19??
?Psychedelic Psnack ("See Emily Play") 19??
#Rarities 8-23-92 ("Candy and a Currant Bun") 199?
#Rarities 9-20-82 ("Point Me at the Sky") 198?
#A Good Harvest ("Baby Lemonade") 19??
?Rock Legends (edited "Money" from US single) 19??
?The New Spirit of Capitol ("Astronomy Domine") 19??
?Before the Fall ("Baby Lemonade" from BBC sessions) 19??
#The Heavyweights ("Have a Cigar") 19??
#Quadrafile ("Money") 1976
#Four Temas De Film (BtBBH -- _Wall_ movie version) 198?
#Wsetwood One In Concert--David Gilmour 7/12/84 198?
Knebworth: The Album ("Comfortably Numb" and RLH) 1990
Flashback -- Rock Classics of the 70s ("Money") 1991
A CD Full of Secrets 199?
Superstar Concert Series: Pink Floyd at Knebworth 1990 1992
[+] 04.4  "Honorable Mentions -- Tribute and Cover Albums"
?Discoballs: A Tribute to Pink Floyd            19??^ 
Fuck Your Dreams, This is Heaven 19??$
Beyond the Wildwood: A Tribute to Syd Barrett 1987*
Objects of Fantasy/Orchestral Maneuvers 1989 [See Q7]
Pink Rock -- Super Sounds of the Seventies 1991@
Hits of PF: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 1994 [See Q7]
Trance Remixes 1994 [See Q18.5]
A Saucerful of Pink 1995&
The Moon Revisited 1995%
Echoes Tribute Tape 1995+
$ Soundtrack to a film of the same name, dedicated to Syd Barrett.  Includes
"No Man's Land" (Peter Principle), "Late Night" (Minimal Compact), "Late
Night" (Winston Tong), and "Flaming" (Niki Mono and Nikolas Klau).
* Features "No Good Trying" (The Mock Turtles), "Octopus" (Plasticland),
"Arnold Layne" (SS-20), "Matilda Mother" (Paul Roland), "She Took a Long
Cold Look" (Fit and Limo), "Long Gone" (The Shamen), "If the Sun Don't
Shine" (Opal -- inspired by "Jugband Blues"), "Baby Lemonade" (The Ashes
in the Morning), "Wolfpack" (The Lobster Quadrille), "Golden Hair" (The
Paint Set), "No Man's Land" (Tropicana Fishtank), "Apples and Oranges"
(The TV Personalities), "Two of a Kind" (The Soup Dragons), "Scream Thy
Last Scream" (The Green Telescope), "See Emily Play" (The Chemistry Set),
"Rats" (What Noise), and "Gigolo Aunt" (Death of Samantha).
^ Album of disco covers by French group Rosebud.  Includes "Have a Cigar,"
"Free Four," "Summer '68," "Interstellar Overdrive," "Money," "One of these
Days," "Arnold Layne," and the "Main Theme" from _More_.
@ By the Alex Bollard Assembly.  Fairly true-to-album versions of "One of 
These Days (Part 1)", "Arnold Layne," "See Emily Play," "Let There Be
More Light," "Atom Heart Mother," "Summer '68," "A Pillow Of Winds,"
"Obscured By Clouds," "Burning Bridges," "Breathe," "Time," "Money," "Us
and Them," "Wish You Were Here," "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," "Sheep," (2:43)
"Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)," "Run Like Hell," and "One of These
Days (Part 2)"
& Contains techno/industrial covers of "Set Controls for the Heart of the 
Sun" (Psychic TV), "Another Brick in the Wall" (Controlled Bleeding),
"One of these Days" (Spahn Ranch), "Wots...Uh the Deal" (Sky Cries Mary),
"Interstellar Overdrive" (Spiral Realms), "Learning to Fly" (Leather
Strip), "To Roger Waters Where Ever You Are" (Ron Geesin), "Jugband
Blues" (Eden), "On the Run" (DIN), "Echoes" (Alien Sex Fiend), "Hey You"
(Furnace), "Careful With That Ax, Eugene" (Alien Sex Fiend), "Lucifer
Sam" (The Electric Hellfire Club), "Pigs On The Wing (pt. 1)" (Helios
Creed), "Let there be More Light" (Pressurehed), "Young Lust" (Penal
Colony), "A Saucerful of Secrets" (EXP), "Point Me at the Sky" (Melting
Euphoria), and "The Nile Song" (Far Flung)
% A DSotM cover album.  Includes "Speak to Me/Breathe" (Cairo), "On the Run" 
(Rob LaVaque), "Time" (Shadow Gallery), "The Great Gig in the Sky" (Dark
Side of the Moon), "Money" (Magellan), "Us & Them" (Enchant), "Any Colour
You Like" (World Trade), "Brain Damage" (Robert Berry), and "Eclipse"
(Jon-Michael Engard, Rob LaVaque, Robert Berry, Ted Leonard, Trent Gardner
Billy Sherwood, Bret Douglas, and Mike Baker)
+ A tribute tape put together by members of the echoes mailing list.  
Contains "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun," "Grantchester
Meadows," One of these Days," "Fearless," a PF medly including "Wots'...
Uh the Deal," "The Gunners Dream," "Sorrow," and "Pigs (Three Different
Ones)," "Mudmen," "Breathe," "Any Colour You Like," "Shine On You Crazy
Diamond (pt.2, live)," "Shine On You Crazy Diamond (pt.9)," "Young Lust,"
"Hey You," "Is There Anybody Out There?," "Comfortably Numb," "Cluster
One," "High Hopes," and "Breathe."
  Tapes cost 4 British Pounds Sterling plus post and packaging; a tape to 
the States typically will cost 6.20 US dollars. For more information
send a note to James Hayward at jh@mfltd.co.uk
[+] 04.5  "Interview Discs"
Some of these are radio discs, some are promos, and some are legitimate,
limited edition official releases.
 Limited Edition TDB Interview Disc        CD, 1994
Limited Edition Picture Disc Interview CD, 1980/1986
Take it Back Interview 2CD, 1980/1986 -- same as above
#An Insight into Pink Floyd 2LP, 1987
#Innerview-PINK FLOYD 2LP, Series 17 Shows #6 and #7
#Pink Floyd-The Rock Years 3LP, hours 25, 31, and 46
#Royalty of Rock-Pink Floyd LP
#Shades of Pink-The Legend of Pink Floyd 6LP, 1984
#The Inside Track with Lisa Robinson 3LP, Week of October 22, 1984
#Off the Record Special-David Gilmour 2LP, 1984
#Innerview-David Gilmour 84 Series #28, Show #2
#Innerview-Nick Mason 85 Series #34, Show #13
#Innerview-Roger Waters 84 Series #28, show #12
#BBC Rock Hour Special #529-Roger Waters 1984
NOTE: Some interview discs feature pictures of old (Syd-era) Floyd, but 
contain interviews with AMLoR-era Floyd members. For example, the "Limited
Edition Picture Disc Interview," part of the TALKING PICTURE series, lists
two tracks:
       1: Interview 1981 [discussing _The Wall_ and beginnings of film]
2: Interview 1986 [discussing AMLoR]
The disc has pictures of very young Roger, Nick, Syd, and Rick.  Also, track
1 is in fact from 1980.
[+] 05.  "What videos can I find of Pink Floyd?"
In addition to what's listed, the music of Pink Floyd and its members has
appeared in several feature films and TV shows of various availability (All
My Loving, Music Power, Stamping Ground, Rock 'n Roll--The Greatest Years:
1967, San Francisco, and Rock City), and members of the group have made
several guest appearances at concerts (Live Aid, Deep End, Amnesty
International Big 30, The Secret Policeman's Third Ball, Columbian Volcano
Concert, Seville, Walden Woods benefit show, etc.), some of which are
available. David Gilmour also recently did the soundtrack for a BBC show
called "The Art of Tripping," produced by Storm Thorgerson.
There have also been a bunch of other short "cameos" (like Gilmour on Popquiz 
(several occasions), Saturday Night Live (12/12/87), and French & Saunders
(4/19/90)). And music from Pink Floyd is used frequently as unofficial
"incidentals" on TV shows, news programs, and feature films.
A good list of TV appearances recently appeared in Record Collector magazine.  
For a copy of this list, send the commands
   send tv-video echoes
to the address "echoserv@tcsi.com"
[+] 05.1  "Concert Videos and Official Floyd/Solo Releases"
 + "Pink Floyd: London 66-67"
30 minute video featuring footage of the Floyd at the UFO Club, the
Technicolour Dream Extravaganza, and in the studio. Contains "Nick's
Boogie" and "Interstellar Overdrive." Promo for the "Tonite Let's
All Make Love in London" film.
    Available on video: VHS (NTSC/PAL)
 + KQED Concert
There was a PBS "concert" (without an audience) recorded by KQED TV at
the end of April, 1970. They played "Atom Heart Mother," "Careful with
that Axe, Eugene," "Cymbaline," "Green is the Colour," "Grantchester
Meadows," and "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun."
    It has never been commercially released.
 + "Pink Floyd--Live at Pompeii"
A "concert" filmed in an ancient ampitheatre in Pompeii on October
4th-7th, 1971; with interviews and some studio shots of Floyd working
on DSotM that were added later. Features "Echoes," "Careful with that
Axe, Eugene," "One of these Days I'm Going to Cut You into Little
Pieces," "Madmoiselle Knobs," "A Saucerful of Secrets" and "Set the
Controls for the Heart of the Sun."
    Available only on video: VHS and LaserDisc (NTSC/PAL)
 + "Pink Floyd--The Wall"
The film version of The Wall, directed by Alan Parker, starring Bob
Geldof. Includes all of _The Wall_, minus "Hey You," plus "When The
Tigers Broke Free," and with "Empty Spaces" replaced by "What Shall
We Do Now?" New versions of "Mother," "Bring the Boys Back Home,"
and "Outside the Wall."
    New/revised tracks available on video only: VHS, LaserDisc (NTSC/PAL), 
and CD-i. A deluxe letterboxed version from a new transfer on LD is
now available (in CLV format). Also includes the "Original Theatrical

+ "Pink Floyd--The Final Cut EP"
Video EP of the final cut. Contains "The Gunners Dream," "The Final
Cut," "Not Now John," and "The Fletcher Memorial Home."

Available on video: VHS Hi-Fi (PAL)
 + "Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking" (Roger Waters)
Video EP of the solo album.

+ "About Face Tour" (David Gilmour)
Concert video of Gilmour's first solo tour, with "Until We Sleep," "All
Lovers are Derranged," "There's No Way Out Of Here," "Short and Sweet,"
"Run Like Hell," "Out of the Blue," "Blue Light," "Murder," and
"Comfortably Numb." With special guest appearances of Roy Harper
("Short and Sweet") and Nick Mason (drums on "Comfortably Numb").
Also two music videos ("Blue Light" and "All Lovers are Derranged")
and a 30 minute documentary segment.
    Available on video: VHS (NTSC)
 + "Life Could be a Dream" (Nick Mason and Rick Fenn)
30 minute documentary on the life of Nick Mason, directed by Mike
Shackleton. Includes footage of Mason participating in various
automotive events, and also showing off his collection of Pink
Floyd home movies and archive material. The soundtrack consisted
of several songs that were later re-recorded for the Mason and
Fenn album _Profiles_, as well as a cover of the Crew Cuts'
"Sh-Boom," with Eric Steward (Fenn's bandmate from 10cc) on
    Neither video nor "Sh-Boom" have been released.
 + "Radio KAOS" (Roger Waters)
Four MTV-style videos. Includes "Radio Waves," "Sunset Strip," "The
Fish Report with a Beat," "4 Minutes," and "The Tide is Turning (live)."
    Available on video: VHS and LaserDisc (CAV)

+ "Delicate Sound of Thunder"
Video of the DSoT concert, filmed in August, 1988 at Nassau Coliseum,
Uniondale, New York (with bits from Versailles, France). They played
"Shine On...," "Signs of Life," "Learning to Fly," "Sorrow," "The Dogs
of War," "On the Turning Away," "One of these Days...," "Time," "On the
Run," "The Great Gig in the Sky," "Wish You Were Here," "Us and Them,"
"Money," "Comfortably Numb," "One Slip," "Run Like Hell," and "Shine
    Available on audio and video: VHS and LaserDisc (NTSC/PAL)
(PAL versions omit "Money")
Audio versions have slightly modified track lists.
Also available as an MPEG-1 "multimedia" CD-ROM/CD-i
 + "The Wall--Live In Berlin 1990" (Roger Waters)
Video of the _Wall_ performance in Berlin. Features Waters and the
Bleeding Heart Band, as well as numerous others, performing _The Wall_,
minus "The Show Must Go On" and "Outside the Wall," and with the
additions of "What Shall We Do Now?" and "The Tide is Turning."
    Available on audio and video: VHS and LaserDisc (NTSC/PAL)
 + "Knebworth '90"
Pink Floyd played "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," "Sorrow," "Wish You
Were Here," "The Great Gig in the Sky," (with Clare Torry) "Money,"
"Comfortably Numb," and "Run Like Hell."
    Available on audio and video: VHS (NTSC/PAL) and LaserDisc
(Audio features "Comfortably Numb" and "Run Like Hell"; the video has
SoYCD and RLH.)
The full audio is available on Westwood One's _Superstar Concert Series_.
Also, video of all but TGGitS and "Money" were broadcast by MTV.
 + "La Carrera Panamericana"
A movie, produced by Steve O'Rourke (their manager), about a classic
auto race up a highway in Mexico. Dave, Steve, Nick, and some other
chap all race in the film, which includes some instrumentals and new
music from Floyd. See also P4Q24. Tracks: "Run Like Hell," "Pan Am
Shuffle," "Yet Another Movie," "Sorrow," "Signs of Life," "Country
Theme," "Mexico '78," "Big Theme," "Run Like Hell," "One Slip,"
"Small Theme," and "Carrera Slow Blues."

Available on video only: VHS (NTSC/PAL) and LaserDisc
(Omits "Carrera Slow Blues," which was only included on the initial
BBC broadcast.)
 + "What God Wants, pt. 1" (Roger Waters)
20 minute film showing both versions of the video and a short interview
with Waters, conducted by Jim Ladd.
    Available on Japanese 8" LaserDisc and VHS (NTSC)
 + "Pulse"
An edited version of the October 20th, 1994 Earls Court concert, first
shown via Pay-Per-View. Features "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," "Learning
to Fly," "High Hopes," "Take it Back," "Coming Back to Life," "Sorrow,"
"Keep Talking," "Another Brick in the Wall, pt.2," "One of These Days,"
_The Dark Side of the Moon_, "Wish You Were Here," "Comfortably Numb,"
and "Run Like Hell."
    Available on VHS (NTSC/PAL) and LaserDisc.
[+] 05.2  "Feature Films"
 + "The Life Story of Percy the Ratcatcher" (1967):
Pink Floyd spent some time planning and filming this in June of 1967;
a concept film based on the track that became "Lucifer Sam." But for
whatever reason, they never completed the piece.
    It has never been released.
 + "The Committee" (1968): 
[from Scott Frank -- how does he FIND these things?]
This movie takes place on the "Planet Craytic," and features music by
Pink Floyd and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown. The plot has been
described as follows: "Fantasy - Murderous hitch-hiker summoned by
strange committee."

Neither audio or video has ever been released.
 + "Tonight Let's All Make Love in London" (1968):
A "documentary" of the underground life in London in the late 60's.
Features a 16-minute version of Interstellar Overdrive, as well as
multitudes of interviews.

Two full soundtracks are available; one with bits and pieces of Floyd
performing, and the other with the complete "Interstellar Overdrive"
and "Nick's Boogie."
A "Mini-Promo" soundtrack is also availble on CD, with the complete
versions of these two songs.
Video is scheduled to be released.
 + "More" (1969): 
[from Geoff Rimmer]
Supposedly an anti-drugs film. Naive German guy arrives in Paris, meets
up with another guy who shows him around and takes him to a party. He
meets a girl there [IMHO she is absolutely gorgeous! Worth watching the
film just for her!]. He goes round her place where she teaches him to
smoke grass. They go off to Malta, and sniff coke, drop acid and inject
H. The acid makes her freak out, screaming at him, saying he's the
devil etc. The guy is obviously getting addicted to the H - keeps
wanting more and more (hence film's title) and eventually ODs in a dark

Available on video: VHS
Soundtrack available as part of Floyd's regular catalog (but slightly
different -- lacks "Seabirds" and "Hollywood" found in the movie, and
has Dave singing "Cymbaline" (with slighly different lyrics as well).
Also note that "Seabirds" in the movie is missing a verse from the
 + "Zabriskie Point" (1970): 
[from Toapher]
I'm the first one to admit that Z Point is not your mainstream, top
quality movie, but that does not mean that it's not worth seeing. It
does move rather slowly and the plot is not what I would call rivetting.
But what's important is to understand the era in which it was made.
The movie was filmed in 1969. This was near the peak of civil unrest
in this country [the US]. While the acting might not be academy award
material, the movie is a very accurate portrayal of the trials and
tribulations of the youth subculture. We tend to look back at the 60's
in a very romantic light, but the truth is that it must have been a
*very* difficult time for everyone. Z Point tries to shed some light
on that aspect of the era, rather than just portray it in the "Summer
Of Love" way.

In addition, there is a sub-plot that pervades the movie. The words
to "Crumbling Land" indicate that The Floyd were aware of this and
understood what that sub-plot was about. The female lead worked for a
group of land developers who were working on creating a community in the
desert. They were trying to take a piece of land that was not capable
of sustaining human life and transforming it. This required robbing
resources from nearby ecosystems, destroying the natural habitats on the
site, and polluting an otherwise clean area. The "famous" sex scene that
took place at Zabriskie Point itself was a celebration of the natural
beauty and purity of the undisturbed landscape.

Available as soundtrack and on video: VHS (NTSC/PAL)

+ "The Body" (1970)
Unconventional biology documentary that Waters co-wrote the score
for (along with Ron Geesin). He also narrated one scene.
    Soundtrack (re-recorded) available.
Video available on VHS (PAL)

+ "La Valle" (1972): (also called "The Valley Obscured By Clouds")
[Geoff Rimmer again]
A woman wants to obtain some rare bird feathers and goes on an
expedition with some guys up a mountain. They are going to search
for a place no one has previously mapped (this is because the area
is obscured by clouds) called The Valley. The woman gets the
feathers, decides to go back alone, changes her mind and continues
with the rest in search of The Valley. After much walking they
are running out of food and the air is becoming thin - they are
exhausted. Then, someone says "I see the Valley". End of film.

Available on video: VHS
Soundtrack available as part of Floyd's regular catalog (with
slightly different lyrics on "Free Four" -- see P2Q28).
 + "Crystal Voyager" (1975):
A documentary where a new, waterproof camera is used by surfers to
shot scenes from the inside of a wave. Features "Echoes," in its
entirity, and used by the Floyd a a concert backdrop film.
    Available on video: VHS
 + "The Fantastic Animation Festival" (1975) 
A collection of animated shorts, the first called "French Windows."
Also found on the "Video Anthology," this was by filmmaker Ian Eames
and was accompanied throughout by "One of these Days".
    Available (though out-of-print) on video: VHS
 + "When the Wind Blows" (1986)   
Animated film directed by Jimmi Mukarami, based on the book by Raymond
Briggs, about an elderly couple who survive a nuclear assault. Roger
and the Bleeding Heart Band contributed "The Russian Missile," "Towers
of Faith," "Hilda's Dream," "The American Bomber," "The Anderson
Shelter," "The British Submarine," "The Attack," "The Fallout," "Hilda's
Hair," and "Folded Flags."
    Soundtrack available (though rather rare).
Available on video: LaserDisc (out of print), VHS
(Live Home Video, 1-800-326-1977)
 + "White of the Eye" (1987)
British thriller scored by Nick Mason and Rick Fenn. Directed by Donald
Cammell, and based on Margaret Tracy's book, "Mrs. White."
    Available on video: VHS
 + "Arthur C. Clarke's Colours of Infinity" (1994)
Subtitled "exploring the fractal universe," this 50 minute video features
a David Gilmour soundtrack set to fractal imagery.
    Released on video: VHS (PAL)
[+] 05.3  "Promotional/MTV videos and other 'shorts'"
First, a list of official promotional videos:
 - "Arnold Layne"
- "Apples and Oranges"
- "See Emily Play"
- "Astronomy Domine"
- "The Scarecrow"
- "Point Me At The Sky"
- "Learning to Fly" (story and live stuff -- two versions)
- "Dogs of War" (story and live stuff)
- "One Slip" (from La Carrera Panamericana)
- "On the Turning Away" (from DSoT video)
- "One of These Days" (from DSoT video)
- "Comfortably Numb" (from DSoT video)
- "Welcome to the Machine" (Gerald Scarfe animation)
- "Brain Damage/Eclipse" (story)
- "Another Brick in the Wall, pt.2" (from Wall movie)
- "When The Tigers Broke Free" (from Wall movie)
- "A Lie for a Lie"
- "Blue Light"
- "All Lovers are Derranged"
- "Sexual Revolution"
- "Every Strangers Eyes"
- "Radio Waves" (two versions)
- "Sunset Strip"
- "Four Minutes"
- "The Tide is Turning (live)"
- "What God Wants, pt.1" (lots of animals/studio shots -- two versions)
- "Three Wishes"
- "Take it Back" (nature scenes/story -- two versions)
- "High Hopes" (concert film)
There are also several rare, rather short official film clips of interest.  
One is "Syd Barrett's First Trip," and is a short 8mm film of just that. It
was taken by Nigel Gordon, a student friend of Syd's. Another is a recording
of the Floyd outside Abbey Road Studios in April 1967, after signing their
first EMI recording contract. These were released together in a limited
edition. There was also a short promotional film for Gilmour's first solo
album, featuring him in the studio performing "No Way," "There's No Way Out
Of Here," "I Can't Breathe Anymore," and "So Far Away."
Worthy of mention here was the Floyd's plan to score an animated series 
called "Rollo" (foreshadowing "RoLO"? ;) in 1970. The series was to be
about the adventures of Rollo, a young boy, who accompanies "Professor
Creator" on quests for rare animals to stock an intergalactic zoo. A
pilot show was made, featuring some old Floyd music, but the high-quality
animations that were to be the hallmark of the series made the cost too
prohibitive, and it was canceled.
Finally, there's lots of stuff out there in the non-official markets.  A
popular example of such material is the "Video Anthology" which collects
many of the visual works by Pink Floyd. Unfortunately, it is a VoIO, and
lacks as much in terms of quality as it does legality. However, here is
the listing of bits on the tapes, if only to provide a better idea of what
videos Floyd have done...
Video Anthology Volume 1
"Arnold Layne" (excerpt from promo)
"Interstellar Overdrive" (excerpt from Granada TV)
N"Pow R Toc H" (Look of the Week, BBC '67)
"Astronomy Domine" with Syd and Roger, interview (BBC '67)
N"Interstellar Overdrive" (film of PF in studio, '67)
"The Scarecrow" (Pathe Newsreel)
N"Apples and Oranges" (American Bandstand, US TV '67)
"Apples and Oranges" (promo -- the one with Roger lip-synching)
"See Emily Play" (promo '68)
"A Saucerful of Secrets" (excerpts from 1968 and mid 70s)
N"Let There Be More Light" (excerpt from promo '68)
N"Flaming" (French TV, Feb. 20, '68)
N"Let There Be More Light" (French TV, Oct. 31, '68)
N"Flaming (French TV, Oct. 31, '68)
"Astronomy Domine" (promo)
"The Scarecrow" (promo)
"Set The Controls..." (Belgian TV, '68)
"Set The Controls..." (BBC, '68)
"Point Me At The Sky" (promo)
N"It Would Be So Nice" (live excerpt, '69)
N"Sysyphus" (live excerpt, '69)
"Atom Heart Mother" (Tokyo)
"Cymbaline" (KQED Studios 1970)
"Set The Controls..." (Holland Pop Festival)
"A Saucerful Of Secrets" (Holland Pop Festival)
"Careful With That Axe, Eugene" (Australian TV 1971)
"Set The Controls..." (from "Heart Of The Sun" film -- 1973)
"Careful With That Axe, Eugene" ("Superstars In Concert" -- 1973)
N"Any Colour You Like" (various clips, early 70s)
Video Anthology Volume 2
"Brain Damage/Eclipse" (backdrop film -- from MTV Weekend)
"Welcome To The Machine" (backdrop film -- from MTV Weekend)
"Pigs On The Wing" (Battersea Power Station)
"The Happiest Days Of Our Lives" (live in London -- 1980)
"Another Brick In The Wall, pt.2" (promo)
N"Comfortably Numb" (Nassau Coliseum, NY 1980)
"Pink Floyd The Wall" (theatrical trailer)
"When The Tigers Broke Free" (promo)
"The Gunner's Dream" (from the "Final Cut" video EP)
"The Final Cut" (same as above)
"Not Now John" (same as above)
"The Fletcher Memorial Home" (same as above)
"Learning To Fly" -- Version #1 (promo)
"On The Turning Away" (live promo)
"Dogs Of War" (live promo - from Pink Floyd Weekend, I think)
"Signs of Life" (excerpt - from Pink Floyd Weekend on MTV)
"One Slip" (live promo -- Italian TV)
N"On the Run" (Backdrop film, '87)
N"Run Like Hell" (Unreleased live clip, Atlanta, '87)
N"Yet Another Movie" (Live Venice July 15,'89)
N"Shine on You Crazy Diamond" (Knebworth, '90)
N"Take It Back" (Promo, '94)
N"Keep Talking" (live Boston, May 14,'94)
N"High Hopes" (promo,'94)
"N" denotes that the item is new to the latest edition of the video.  To 
make room for all this stuff, there were also a few items present on the
old "Video Anthology" that had to be removed:
   "One Of These Days" (from animated film "French Windows")
"A Collection Of Great Dance Songs" (TV Commercial)
"A Momentary Lapse Of Reason" (US TV AD)
"Learning To Fly" - Version #2 (promo)
"Win A Plane" (MTV contest)
[+] 05.4  "Films shown in concert"
This is a list of most of the films that Pink Floyd have shown in concert:
 + "Welcome to the Machine" - Surreal landscape, with a scorpion that likes 
to behead people, waves of blood that turn into teeming masses clamoring
at tall marble towers. An alternate version exists; in it, after the
"rat segment," a piece of meat is shown hanging on a hook. A dog appears
and eats the meat, but is then eaten by an alien-looking creature. The
creature throws up, and its vomit turns into people who fall into an
endless maze. Done by Gerald Scarfe.
 + "Time" - Original animated version had hundreds of clocks ticking along, 
merging, dissolving, etc., against the background of a blue sky. Similar
to a segment of the "French Windows" video clip. Redone for '94 tour as
a journey inside a clock, with lots of gears and such.
 + "Us & Them" - People crossing the street, marching, walking, queueing,
and just generally moving around in large groups. New film for the
'94 tour.
 + "Brain Damage/Eclipse" - Politicians giving speeches.  Updated (Reagan,
Bush, etc.) for '94.
 + "Money" - Cars, planes, piles of money, etc.  Updated for '94 tour, though
the original was used at some concerts.

+ "Signs of Life" - Actor Langley Iddens canoeing and swimming along the
river Cam.
 + "Yet Another Movie" - The "You're getting on that plane" scene from
 + "Dogs of War" - A video of dogs attacking, finally running up the stage
(same camera-movement as at the start of "Shine On...")
 + "Learning to Fly" - Runway/flight scenes.
 + "Pigs on the Wing" - Pig being launched and floating over the Battersea 
Power Station.

+ "High Hopes" - White bouncing balls, giant teddy bears, giant flags/capes,
guitars flowing down a river, etc.

+ "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" - Boy growing to young man amid surreal
landscape. Includes a bit with an orange, plum and a matchbox, the
relevence of which is explained by the "Crazy Diamond" book:
[Extracted from an interview with Ian Moore:]

"We got hold of some liquid LSD bottles, laid out hundreds of
sugar cubes in rows and put two drops on each. But the stuff
was so strong we were absorbing it through our fingers, or more
likely by licking it off them. As it took effect we had no idea
which cubes we had done, so many of them probably got double
doses while the rest did not have any. Syd had his plum, orange
and matchbox and was sitting staring at them during his trip.
Whatever he was into was his whole world -- to him the plum
was the planet Venus and the orange was Jupiter. Syd was
floating in space between them."
 + "On the Run" - Guy in a bed that's rolling through an airport.
 + "The Great Gig in the Sky" - Two versions, one animated and one with 
water and waves (from "Crystal Voyager"). Both were used on the '94
 + "Marooned" - Whale swimming around in the ocean.
[+] 06.  "Did the bands who preceeded Pink Floyd ever make any records?"
Of all the permutations that Pink Floyd went through, none were ever 
commercially successful. The only band which even released anything
was Joker's Wild, Gilmour's old band. Their record was a one-sided LP,
which contained all cover versions:
    "Beautiful Delilah" (Chuck Berry)
"Why Do Fools Fall" In Love (Frankie Lymon)
"Don't You Ask Me" (Manfred Mann's arrangement)
"Sherry" (The Four Seasons)
"Big Girls Don't Cry" (The Four Seasons)
It has been reported that this "LP" was limited to only about 50 copies,
and has recently sold for as much as #1000 (approx. $1800 US). A copy is
held, and can be heard, at the British National Archives.
They also recorded two singles.  One was Sam & Dave's "You Don't Know What I 
Know" with Otis Redding's "That's How Strong My Love Is." But the original
version of "You Don't Know" became popular at about the same time, and the
single was "dead on arrival." There was also a single from the above LP,
"Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" with a song called "Don't Ask Me," credited to
members of the band, as the b-side.
[-] 07.  "Has anyone seen these orchestral albums?"
There are currently two albums of orchestral cover versions of Pink Floyd 
songs, both played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The band itself
was not involved with either album.

+ _Orchestral Maneuvers_ (previously titled _Objects of Fantasy_)
Arranged, conducted, and produced by David Palmer, who did similar
albums of Jethro Tull and Genesis. The album includes "Run Like Hell,"
"Another Brick in the Wall, pt.1," "The Happiest Days of Our Lives,"
"Another Brick in the Wall, pt.2," "Goodbye Blue Sky," "Money," "Hey
You," "Wish You Were Here," "On The Turning Away," "Shine On You Crazy
Diamond, pts.1-5," and "When The Tigers Broke Free/Eclipse."
   Generally, it's not bad, but sometimes it borders on "elevator music."  
Interesting listening, at the least. A few of the tracks contain vocals.
Also on the album are Steve Hackett (from Genesis), and Clare Torry.
 + _Hits of Pink Floyd_
Arranged and conducted by Hermann Weindorf. It includes "Shine On You
Crazy Diamond," "Money," "Us and Them," "Hey You," "Another Brick in
the Wall," "Wish You Were Here," "Time," "The Great Gig in the Sky,"
and "In the Flesh."
   While such things are, of course, subjective, this album has generally
gotten better reviews than _Orchestral Maneuvers_. It's also, to my
knowledge, only currently available in Europe.
Also in the area of orchestral versions of Floyd songs, The London Symphony 
Orchestra recorded an arrangement of "Another Brick in the Wall" for the
_Classic Rock - Rock Classics_ album.
[+] 08.  "What are some good books relating to Pink Floyd?"
There have been many books published relating to Pink Floyd; here's a list
of all the English language ones (plus a few others) that we know of, with
  + "Pink Floyd: The Official History" by Nick Mason
published by Simon and Schuster
ISBN 0-684-81600-8
250 page book of the history of Pink Floyd, told by the only member
of the band to be with it throughout its history. Designed by Storm
Thorgerson, with hundereds of rare photos and illustrations.
Forthcoming in November/December 1995.
  + "Pink Floyd: A Visual Documentary" by Miles and Andy Mabbett
published by Omnibus Press
ISBN 0-7119-4109-2
An excellent reference. A day-by-day account of what the Floyd did,
with commentary. Lots of pictures. A 21st Anniversary addition was
released in 1988; another update was recently released covering ATD
and the TDB tour.
  + "Saucerful Of Secrets: The Pink Floyd Odyssey" by Nicholas Schaffner
published by Harmony Books
ISBN 0-3853-0684-9
A superb book, detailing Floyd from the very very early days to
the MLoR tour/Berlin Wall show. Often called "The Book" by echoes,
and generally regarded as a must-have. The UK edition has only 18
pictures, compared to 34 in the US edition -- which was also a
later manuscript.
  + "Learning to Fly " by Chris Welch
published by Castle Communications Plc.
ISBN 1-898141-3
160 pages, with lots of pictures, most in b/w. It's very up-to-date,
including information from the beginning of the TDB tour. Contains
many errors and inaccuracies.
  + "Pink Floyd: Bricks In The Wall" by Karl Dallas 
published by Shaposky Publishers (USA), Baton Press (UK)
ISBN 0-85936-139-X
Notable for its interviews with Roger Waters, and giving his side of
the split. Contains a fair number of errors, though.

+ "Pink Floyd" by William Ruhlmann
published by Smithmark Publishers, Inc.
ISBN 0-8317-6912-2
Largely a picture book, this is notable for its discography, its
pictures of various album and single covers and other assorted tour
paraphanelia, and for its balanced assessment of the Waters/Floyd
split. Not a lot of detail. Goes through 1992; notes _Amused to
Death_ in its discography but does not discuss it in the text.
  + "Pink Floyd" by Jason Rich
Small, CD-sized book with a basic biography, photos, etc. Not bad,
but nothing you can't get in better form in an more extensive book.
  + "Crazy Diamond: Syd Barrett and the Dawn of Pink Floyd" by Mike 
Watkinson and Pete Anderson
published by Omnibus Press
ISBN 0-7119-2397-3
A good book focussing on Syd's early life, his work with the Floyd,
solo career, and ever since. Revised edition came out in 1993.
About 150 pages; some good B&W pictures.
  + "Complete Guide to the Music of Pink Floyd" by Andy Mabbett
published by Omnibus Press
ISBN: 0-7119-4301-X
Taken in part from the A-Z songlists of "The Amazing Pudding," this CD-
size book features interesting notes and trivia about every Pink Floyd
  + "Pink Floyd Back-Stage -- Another Lapse from the Inside" by Bob 
published independently, 1991; limited edition of 1000.
Fascinating document of one fan's odyssey following the AMLoR
tour around Europe in 1989, and including Knebworth 1990, often
as a member of the event crew. Many great color photos and
interesting reproductions of tour documents. Enquiries
concerning present availability should be directed to:
		Backstage Workshop
PO Box 1017
1440 BA Purmerend
  + "Collectors Guide to Pink Floyd videos" by Vernon Fitch
published by the Pink Floyd Archives
A list of Pink Floyd video recordings; such as concerts, movies, promo
films, interviews, etc.
  + "Collectors Guide to Pink Floyd live recordings" by Vernon Fitch
published by the Pink Floyd Archives
Used as a reference work for numerous Pink Floyd publications (such as
the "Visual Documentary" and "A Journey Through Time and Space" books).
Covers 1966 through 1983, and solo albums.
  + "Pink Floyd: Anthology" 
published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp.
ISBN 0-88188-445-6
  + "Pink Floyd Lyric Book" 
published by Chappel Music Ltd
ISBN 0-71371-280-5
Contains two interviews with Roger Waters, from 1975 & 1982

+ "Syd Barrett Lyric Book" by Luca Ferrari
Biography (in Italian), with lyrics to Syd's PF and solo songs in
both English and Italian, and some rare photos. Also includes the
Barrett poem "A Rooftop in a Thunderstorm Row Missing the Point,"
and a 3" CD single.
  + "Le Livre du Pink Floyd" by Alain Dister, Jacques Leblanc, and 
Udo Woehrle published by Albin Michel
In French. Lots of pictures, many of them fairly rare.

+ "Rock Sets - The Astonishing Art Of Concert Design"
Thames And Hudson, 30 Bloomsbury Street, London WC1B 3QP
ISBN 0-500-27697-8
A picture book of concerts that Fisher Park has designed.
Includes lots of information & photos from the Berlin concert,
plus some coverage of the Animals, Wall, P&C and KAOS tours.
145 color photos & 3 8-page foldouts
  + "In Session Tonight" by Ken Garner
published by BBC Books
ISBN 0-563-36452-1
Not a Pink Floyd book as such, but a good reference for all the
BBC shows. Includes a limited edition CD of BBC session material,
including one track by Syd Barrett.
  + "Radio Waves" by Jim Ladd
published by St. Martin's Press
Story of Jim's career as a radio broadcaster, including a section on
his association with Pink Floyd and Roger Waters.

+ "Rock Lives" by Timothy White
published by Holt
Includes a section on Roger Waters, arguing his side of the Floyd
  + "Abbey Road" by Brian Southall
published by P. Stephens
A history of the famous recording studio and those who have used it.
Some others that are now out of print:
  + "A Journey Through Time and Space with Pink Floyd"
Independently published.
Another great book (according to echosians), includes set lists for
pretty much every concert the Floyd have ever done. A limited run of
100 copies of the 2nd edition were recently printed; a 3rd edition is
expected sometime in the future.

+ "The Work Of Hipgnosis - Walk Away Rene"
published by Paper Tiger (UK)
ISBN 0-905895088
Believed to be out of print, this book details the work of the
graphics team who did many of Pink Floyd's covers.
  + "Syd Barrett: The Making of the Madcap Laughs" by Malcolm Jones
Fascinating account of the making of Syd's first solo album, from the
man who produced much of it. Also a great list of Floyd studio and
concert dates. A privately printed limited edition.
  + "Pink Floyd 'Another Brick' - An Illustrated Discography"
by Miles, published by Omnibus Press (1981)
ISBN 0-7119-0521-5
Brief biography, extensive illustrated discography (official and
otherwise). Out of print; superseded by "A Visual Documentary".
  + "The Pink Floyd" by Rick Sanders
published by Futura
ISBN 0-8600-7264-9
The first PF biography, covering the earliest days up to the WYWH
era. Also contained a brief RoIO discography. Long out of print.
  + "Pink Floyd - Anthology"  
published by Warner Bros. Publication INC, VF0790.
Contains Highlights from DSotM, OBC, Meddle, Relics, AHM, Ummagumma,
More, ASoS, and TPatGoD. 128 pages, including a 2-page article about
the early years of PF. No pictures. One big plus: contains lyrics
for many early PF songs.
  + "The Records" by Andreas Kraska
published by Buchverlag Michael Schwinn
German book comprising an extensive discography of all (or nearly all)
Pink Floyd releases on vinyl -- including singles, promos, and RoIOs.
Many music books are available, mostly exclusively through Music Sales
Corporation. Here's info on most of them:

+ "Amused to Death" songbook
ISBN 0-7119-3220-4

+ Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse of Reason
Pink Floyd Music Publishers Limited, Order no. AM 68834,
UK ISBN: 0-7119-1340-4
72 pages, including b&w & color photograps, excerpts from some AMLOR
videos. Stylish design by Storm Thurgerson, Nexus.
  + "The Pros & Cons of Hitch Hiking" songbook by Roger Waters
ISBN 0-7119-1959-3

+ "Original David Gilmour"
ISBN 0-8256-1062-1
Money, Echoes, Any Colour You Like, Shine On (p2), Shine On (p4),
WYWH, Dogs, There's No Way Out of Here, Another Brick (p2), Mother,
Young Lust, Comfortably Numb, Hey You, Murder, All Lovers are Deranged,
You Know I'm Right, Lets Get Metaphysical.
  + "The Wall" songbook
ISBN 0-8256-1267-5 (US)
Features about 20 pages of Scarfe illustrations and photos of the
Floyd playing.
   + Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd Music Publishers Limited, Order no. AM 64189,
(UK) ISBN: 0-7119-1029-4, (USA) ISBN: 0-8256-1079-6
88 pages, 40 sheet music pages, includes many b/w & color photograps
from the DSotM tour, book designed by Hipgnosis. Contains two interviews:
"A Rambling Conversation with Roger Waters concerning all this and
that" by Nick Sedgewick, and "An Interview with David Gilmour" by Gary
  + "Animals" songbook  
90pp, 45 of which are sheet music. Remainder is filled with newspaper
clippings, photographs, pictures, and two pages of the "Equipment and
Technical" portion of Floyd's touring contract.
  + "Dark Side of the Moon" songbook
ISBN 0-8256-2595-5 (US)
Includes a bunch of (rather small) pictures of the Floyd as well as
an interview with road manager Peter Watts.
Exclusive distributors:
       Music Sales Corporation               Music Sales Limited
225 Park Avenue South 8/9 Frith Street
NY, NY 10003 USA London W1V 5TZ England
       Music Sales PTY. Limited              Pink Floyd Music Publishers LTD
120 Rothschild Street, Rosebery 27 Noel Street
Sydney, NSW 2018 Australia London W1V 3RD
[+] 09.  "Are there any Pink Floyd fanzines?"
The main Pink Floyd fanzine currently running is "Brain Damage."  For a trial
copy of the latest issue, send US $5 to:

Brain Damage Magazine
P.O. Box 109-P6
Westmont, IL 60559
[From Servaas te Brake:]
There's also a Dutch general-interest Pink Floyd fanzine, called "Echoes"
(not to be confused with the echoes mailing list). Echoes is published 3
times a year in January, May and September. A single issue costs 6,50
guilders. A subscription for a year costs 17,50 guilders; prices are
postage inclusive and apply only for the Netherlands.
For subscriptions remit the subscription costs to account 
Rabobank, M. Lourens in Tiel, concerning Echoes.
The subscription costs for foreign countries is 20 guilders or US$ 12,00 
for Europe and US$ 14,00 for the rest of the world. Money can be sent by
registered letter or by International Money Order. Inside Europe you can
also send a Eurocheque addressed to M. Lourens, concerning Echoes.
The correspondence adress is:

P.O. Box 156
4000 AD Tiel
The Netherlands
NOTE: Make sure they get your name and address.  Not all the banks send your
name and address along with the money; if you're not sure about this
just send them a postcard with your name, address and account number
on it to the above address.
There is a Roger Waters fanzine published by REG, the International Roger 
Waters Fan Club. Subscription Info:
  Membership Rates: The cost of REG Fanclub membership is currently $20.00
for members in the U.S. and because of increased postage costs is $27.00
for international members. Membership includes club initiation fees,
yearly club dues, yearly subscription to the REG newsletter/magazine, and
club card fee. The (20-40 page) REG Newsletter/Magazine will be published
3-4 issues per year. Membership applicants may pay by; U.S. bank check;
International check (cheque) made out in U.S. dollars, or U.S. Postal
Money Order, all made payable to:

Michael Simone
112 Bennett Rd.
Aptos CA 95003 U.S.A.

Or you may pay by cash (U.S. currency if at all possible is preferred, but
you may pay the equivalent membership amount in the currency of your country
with an additional $10.00 for bank charges).
...and for Syd Barrett fans, you can learn more about the "Chapter 24" Sydzine
by sending a SASE to:
    Chapter 24 
c/o John Kelly
101 Amersham Road
Terriers, High Wycombe
HP13 5AD England
You might also investigate "The Ebony Totem -- Psychedelia, Mysticism and 
Swinging London." Send 2 pounds (includes UK postage) payable to
    Mr L. Bonney
129 Hinckley Road
St. Helens
There are also two out-of-production fanzines that can still be obtained.  
The chief early Syd Barrett fanzine was "Terrapin," and a boxed set of all
the "Terrapin" issues has recently been made available.
The chief Pink Floyd fanzine was for long "The Amazing Pudding," until it
ceased production in early 1994. Back issues (the last was #60) are still
available; send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Andy Mabbett
67, Cramlington Road
Great Barr
Birmingham B42 2EE
[*] 10.  "What are some good sources for collectors?"
Any major record store should be able to order any of the "normal" releases
that they don't carry -- including imports like _When the Wind Blows_ and
some of the remastered EMI CDs. You can also use the on-line CD stores for
this (telnet to cdnow.com, cdeurope.com, etc.) But if you're looking for
promotional items, 7" singles, or other, rarer material, your best bet may
be to check one of the two places mentioned below.
Hip Cat offers items for sale, while the Archives generally work only 
through trade. Your should generally check with Hip Cat before bothering
Vernon with requests...
[*] 10.1  "Hip Cat Records"
Hip Cat is a good place to get the latest Pink Floyd albums, singles, books,
magazine interviews, and concert paraphenalia; as well as older, rare, and
foreign releases. Request a catalog from them at:
	Hip Cat Records                 M-Th 11am to 8:30pm CST
1089 W. Dundee Road F-Sa 11am to 9:30pm
Wheeling IL 60090-3908 Sun 12pm to 6:00pm
(1) 708-537-0066
[+] 10.2  "The Pink Floyd Archives"
The Pink Floyd Archives was created in the mid-seventies by collector 
Vernon Fitch to provide a centralized place for Pink Floyd information
and collectibles. The Archives includes collections of numerous Pink
Floyd items, but is best known for its Collectors Guides to Pink Floyd
recordings and videos in which Vernon has documented the band's history
through detailed listings of actual concert recordings. The Archives
has worked with numerous publishers of Pink Floyd books and magazines,
has helped the band members out with various requests and has been
involved in assisting MTV and the BBC with their Pink Floyd specials.
You can contact the Archives by mail at:
	Vernon Fitch
Pink Floyd Archives
P.O. Box 13844
St. Petersburg, FL
U.S.A. 33733
...or e-mail to "Vernon_Fitch@notes.cch.com"  See also Q8.
[*] 11.  "What good Pink Floyd cover bands are out there?"
Here is a short list of some of the major ones:  
  Band                     . Main Area             . Contact
Anderson Council . The Netherlands . ?
Australian Pink Floyd . Australia and Europe . ?
Comfortably Numb . Canada . ?
Crazy Diamond . USA . clark@grove.ufl.edu
The Machine . Northeast USA . (1) 914-356-1255
Silence . Canada . ?
These bands generally feature small-scale light shows or other "Floydian" 
stage props, and perform exclusively or nearly exclusively Pink Floyd
material. One of their attractions is that they often play some of the
older, and less well known, songs.
[*] 12.  "Why can't I find any Pink Floyd albums in music club catalogs?"
[Edited and expanded from a post by <unknown>]:
The reason involves song copyrights and band contracts. There are two
copyrights for most songs: the (c) copyright for the written music, and the
(p) copyright for the recorded music. 99% of the times, the record label
owns the (p) copyright. In the band's record contract, they agree on
royalties based on sales of that recorded music -- through retail, from
licensing to compilation records, from use in movies, etc. The royalty for
music club sales is low (only about half the regular ammount), and *no*
royalty is paid on the units the clubs give away for free (those 12 for
1 deals).
This obviously isn't a great deal for the band, then.  The clubs make their 
money from volume, the record companies collect their licensing money as
usual, but the band gets ripped. Pink Floyd is one of the few bands that
are established enough that they both have no need for the promotional
benefits a record club offers, and have the leverage to prohibit music club
sales in their recording contract. This is why you don't see any of their
albums offered. The only exceptions are items like Roger's _The Wall: Live
in Berlin_ (which was done as a one-off by Polygram), and Syd's albums
(which aren't nearly the sellers that Floyd albums are).
[+] 13.  "What kind of artwork is available for Floyd records/CDs?"
A lot, as any serious Floyd collector can probably tell you.  Following are
several lists dealing with variations in the album artwork, colored vinyl,
CD artwork, etc. For details on any specific album, use the RoLO database;
send the commands "filelist rolo" and "help" to "echoserv@tcsi.com,"
or on the WWW use http://www.princeton.edu/~mwwest/pink.html
[+] 13.1  "What variations are there in the album art?"
Here is a list of known variations... all vinyl, unless otherwise noted:
[With much thanks to Vernon Fitch]
Pink Floyd:     Some with paisley stripes, others with rainbow stripes.
Piper:          Italian pressings have a picture of the group with David
Gilmour on the cover.
Piper, ASoS:    New reissues include "Fame" written across one corner.
[Fame being a division of Harvest]
ASoS:           German ("Made in Holland") version had different, white,
back cover.
More:           Argentinian and German ("Made in Sweden") versions had
different text on the cover.
Ummagumma:      The "album" leaning on the wall in some pressings is the 
soundtrack to "Gigi" (ommitted in US pressings due to
copyright ownership problems). The US pressing had a
"Special Buy" label on the cover.
OBC:            Flat (non-glossy) cover.  US versions lacked the front
cover sticker saying "Obscured by Clouds, music from La
Vallee, Pink Floyd." Also different photos on the back
cover. Early pressings had sibilance, due to a bad
pressing. Greek pressings had a blue front cover with
"Obscured by Clouds PINK FLOYD" written at the bottom
in white. Taiwan release has "La Vallee Pink Floyd" in
upper left, black+white back cover.
Meddle:         Textured (not smooth) cover, with no writing (import).  Also 
different ear photos. An Argentina release has a picture of
the band on the back cover...alterntate release has black+
white water ripples. Also "Meddle PINK FLOYD" in a white
triangle on the front cover.
Relics:         Originally featured art by Nick Mason, a line-drawing
of some weird (almost Dr. Seuss-like) cityscape. Some
had "Pink Floyd" in pink letters. The US cover featured
weird "masks," which were in reality some bizarre form
of bottle-openers. The Australian CD featured ancient
coins on the cover.
		Some had a time of 7:45 listed for "Careful with that
Axe, Eugene." This was later corrected to 5:40.
DSotM:          Originally came with two posters--one of Egyptian
pyramids viewed through a green filter, and one with
pictures of the band in concert. Also came with two
stickers showing cartoon pyramids, moons, and other
such images in various views with the words "Pink
Floyd" (these can be seen on the "invisible man's"
suitcase on the back of WYWH.)
		Imports have a different view of the pyramids, in blue.
Czech edition has a different prism on the front cover,
with blue writing. East German (Amiga) has the title-
in-a-circle in the upper left, white back cover with
A Nice Pair:    Early British pressings had a picture of the outside
of "W. Phang"'s dentistry office, but he complained
("Dentists aren't allowed to advertise,") so it was
changed to show a picture of a monk gargling. U.S.
versions have the "Phang" picture. Both versions
differ slightly in the arrangement and selection of
inner-cover pictures.
WYWH:           Originally released in dark purple unmarked shrinkwrap with 
only a round seal with the robot handshake (some versions
had black shrinkwrap). It also originally came with a
postcard of the "diver" in the lake; there are two views
of the diver, one with a straight cut around the postcard,
and one with a zigzag cut.
		Also a rare gatefold cover, with the two outside being
the fire and sand, and the two inside covers water and air.
Some Japanese pressings included a poster of the diver.
Argentina release has the lyrics on the back cover. East
German (Amiga) release had commentary.
Animals:        Argentinian release had "Pink Floyd ANIMALS" printed in a 
blue box in upper right. Taiwan release had a brown front
cover, with lyrics on the back cover.
The Wall:       The Argentina release is about 20 minutes shorter than the
"standard" release.
The Final Cut:  Mexican release has the title printed inside a box on the]
front cover.
MLoR:           Slightly different album cover--different angle to the
photograph, the people were in different places. Also
included a poster. A UK pressing.
ATD:            Special "Audiophile" 2-lp vinyl version, with larger booklet
and more photos (most from the videos).
Note that this list does not include Japanese pressing differences, as there 
are many weird variations of things found from Japan, many of which include
lyric sheets that are often completely wrong!
In addition to all these variants, there are the Tower pressings of _Piper_,
ASoS, and _More_, plus all the albums that later had Universal Product Codes
added to them.
[+] 13.2  "What colored vinyl is available?"
    Madcap Laughs: Red
Ummagumma: Red
Atom Heart Mother: Grey (smoke coloured), Plum
Dark Side of the Moon: Blue, Clear, White, Pink, picture disc
Wish You Were Here: Blue, Clear, picture disc
Animals: Pink
The Wall: Orange
A Momentary Lapse Of Reason: White
One Slip, On the Turning Away, Money 12": Pink
The Division Bell: Transparent Blue
'94 Barrett EP: Pink
Take it Back, Astronomy Domine: Red
And in Japan the first 6 albums (except for _Ummagumma_) were all released
on high-quality, half-speed mastered red vinyl (each as a limited edition
of 500 copies).
[+] 13.3  "Vinyl Label Art"
As long as we're talking about album artwork, here's a list of some of the
original "label" artwork from the LPs:
    DSotM:   Black label with white prism
WYWH: Black and blue line drawing of robot hands
Animals: Fish-eye lens pictures of area around power station
Wall: The wall, in various stages of construction, with
"appropriate" Gerald Scarfe characters
TFC: Poppy fields and a dead soldier (with a knife in his back)
AMLoR: Boat on water, beds
KAOS: The "Radio KAOS" and song listing in green
TDB: Stylized two heads (pg 6 of CD booklet) /
Guys holding 3 really big red+white+blue striped banners
(back cover of CD booklet)
[+] 13.4  "List of CD Art"
Here is a quick list the main "features" of each different release:
 + The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
EMI and Capitol CDs had a simple fold-open booklet with the tracklist and
credits, and generic CD info blurb. Back cover (black silouette of band
on grey background) of the booklet is left-right reversed with the
jewelbox cover.
   Remaster includes 24 page booklet with photos of the band, images relevent
to the songs (a gnome for "Gnome," a black cat for "Lucifer Sam," etc.).
All the lyrics. Picture disc is a purple and gold pattern, with title,
track list and copyright information written in circles of white text.
 + A Saucerful of Secrets
EMI and Capitol Cds have fold-open booklets with tracklists and credits,
and B&W pictures of the band on the back cover.
   Remaster has 16 page booklet with lots of photos of the band, oil blobs,
and a few other random images. All the lyrics. Picture disc is black with
various blue and green shapes, plus tracklist and copyright info in white
 + More
Capitol CD has tracklist with credits and notes on the film, as well as
generic CD info.
 + Ummagumma
EMI CD has the recursive picture of the band, with a picture of the band
on the wall, with a picture of the band...etc. The innermost picture is
the ASoS album cover. The booklet contains the tracklist and credits, as
well as B&W photos of each band member. The "Gigi" soundtrack is not
present (whited-out).
   Remaster has two individual CD cases, packaged together in a green slip-
case with a poster of the album cover. One CD features the recursive
album cover, the other a picture of all the band's equipment layed out on
a road. The "Gigi" album is present, but the ASoS cover is not -- the
recursive photos just continue again with Gilmour in front. Each CD has
a 16-page booklet, with B&W and color photos, with lyrics to AD, "Set the
Controls," and "Grantchester Meadows." Picture discs are the same as
the album covers.
 + Atom Heart Mother
EMI CD had a simple fold-open booklet, with a picture of cows, and the
tracklist and credits.
   Remaster has 24 page booklet with all the lyrics and lots of photos;
milking machines, boots, a piano, a man snorkeling, and, of course,
a "psychedelic breakfast." Picture disc is of a cow. Also includes
a card of "Breakfast Tips" to go along with "Alan's Psychedelic
Breakfast"; one recipe is for a "Traditional Bedouin Wedding Feast,"
the other is in German:
A cheap, light, intelligent breakfast --
the alternative to normal scrambled eggs!
100 grams Cow Brain
Oil, Salt, Pepper
1 Onion
1 Egg
Some Parsley
First rinse the brain and peel off the skin, which the butcher
often leaves on!
Heat oil in pan and add chopped onion.
Then add the brain and cook. Add the egg and scramble.
Add salt, pepper, and parsley to taste.

 + Meddle
Original CD had some B&W photos of the band members. Remaster includes
16 page booklet with all the lyrics, and various images set against a
blue-green "submarine" <ahem> background. Picture disc is, again, water
 + Obscured by Clouds
Capitol CD has tracklist info and song credits, with generic CD info.
Back cover is same as the jewelbox, except jewelbox adds "Recorded in
England." EMI lacks the blue circle on the front cover with "Pink Floyd
Obscured by Clouds (Music from the film 'The Valley')" written in white;
it does include a note on the CD itself, "Music from La Vallee," missing
from the Capitol. The EMI also lacks the back cover from the US CD, with
three scenes from the film shown in different sized circles.
 + The Dark Side of the Moon
Original US and UK CDs had the original, unfilled prism, with only six
colors of the spectrum (indigo and violet are merged into generic purple),
and the same image, reversed, on the back cover. Included a 12 page
booklet with the band and pyramid pictures from the LP, and the lyrics.

The XX Aniversary Edition featured a special cardboard jewelbox with a
new, solid white prism superimposed over the pyramids scene. Included
were five postcards. Also a 28 page booklet with each song given a
page of its own, with lyrics set against pictures tinted with colors
going through the spectrum, and a speaker which becomes "un-eclipsed"
page by page. The CD itself features the prism motif superimposed over
a topological map.
   The remastered edition features the solid white pyramid on its cover,
and a booklet based on the XX Aniversary Edition; it lacks the "eclipsed"
speakers. Also was initially sold, unlabeled, in the older packaging.
 + Wish You Were Here 
EMI/Harvest version had a black cover with the metallic hands and four
background scenes (was on the top left corner of some vinyls in the US).
Pictures of two men shaking hands (with one on fire), a red satin veil
with a woman hidden behind it, a lake with legs coming out vertically
(in colour!), the invisible ("hollow") man with a clear vinyl of the
album, a man swimming in sand, and "leaking holes" with water pouring
out amongst the lyrics.
   CBS had the man shaking hands with himself on fire ("getting burnt")
cover ("hollow man" back cover), with the lyrics and B/W picture of the
diver in the fold-out square booklet. The man on fire picture is
different from that on the original LP; the SBM CD has the original
picture. The SBM was released in two versions; a longbox (with the
man on fire cover) and a newer jewelbox release, with the original
robot hands cover. The red veil image is different in both SBM
   Remaster also has the "getting burnt" cover, booklet with all the lyrics,
plus a different picture of the red veil. To clear up the any possible
"veil of ignorance," the original version, with the hidden woman, is as
follows (ASCII art courtesy bear):


\\ // /////////
\ \ /// trees///\\ | \\//
\ \ //////////// \\\\\\| \/
\ \//////////// \\\\\| |
\ --///////// \\\\| |
\ -- ///| \\\| |
\ -| /\\\ |
\ | ----- |
\ | -- |
\ . -- |
\ . -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ -- |
\ O -- |
______________\ ... . --_|_____grass line_____
\ o o / |
\ / |
\ v /
\ /
\ /

Notable features are the grass line, the diamond shape gap between the
trees above the veil (bottom half of diamond obscured by the veil) and
tree with trunk just to the left of the diamond. Look for the
intersection of that tree trunk and the grass line.
 + Animals 
EMI and CBS have the monochrome pictures from the gatefold album. The
CBS version has bigger lyrics.
   Remaster has 20 page booklet with B/W and color photos of the Battersea 
Power Station and surrounding area, the floating pig, plus dogs and
sheep. Handwritten lyrics. Picture disc is of a white dog.
 + David Gilmour
Fold-open booklet with credits and lots of photos, mostly color. Among
them is a shot of Dave from his Jokers Wild days.
 + Wet Dream
All color fold-open booklet with credits and a B&W photo of Rick Wright on
the inside and a tracklist on back cover. Back of the jewelbox also
includes track times.
 + The Wall 
EMI CD has all the Scarfe drawings from the album and the credits, all
written in Scarfe-style, "grafitti" writing, black against a white brick
   Remasters have the same album artwork in a "wall motif" booklet.  Picture
discs also have wall-style art, with tracklist and credits in Scarfeian
writing. Disc one also has a picture of the prosecutor from "The Trial";
disc two has Pink's girlfriend.
 + Great Dance Songs (rare) 
The pictures from the gatefold album.
 + The Final Cut 
EMI has the three album pictures with lyrics printed white on black (as per
the album gatefold). The US CBS CD has a fold-out square booklet, with
all the lyrics written black on white. The remaster has no new art.
 + Pro's and Cons 
Lyrics against orange backdrop with woman like shadow shapes. See P4Q11.
 + About Face 
All the lyrics; EMI has two pictures of Gilmour not found on the CBS CD.
 + A Momentary Lapse of Reason
All the album pictures (original CBS here didn't -- later copies did).
 + Radio KAOS 
The EMI CD had a little satellite on the front and bigger lyrics than the
CBS version. Also a real neat CD label -- Morse code and stuff.
 + Delicate Sound of Thunder
The EMI CD has a 36 page color booklet (US CBS had 28 pages). More
pictures than the CBS, but the CBS had a few that the EMI didn't.
 + The Wall--Live in Berlin
Twelve page booklet with large photos of Waters, the pig and teacher
puppets, and the stage; accompanied by smaller photos of all the guest
performers. All set against a rough white brick background. Both discs
have red and white pictures, in the same rough style, of hammers and
 + Amused to Death
All the lyrics and credits written white on black, with a small photo
of Roger on the back cover. Also released in two SBM editions; the
original longbox and a newer jewelbox, the latter with a fold-out
 + The Division Bell 
All the lyrics, with a picture associated with each song. Lots of
differences between the EMI and Columbia CDs; different camera angles,
there are four lights between the faces on the front cover of the EMI,
different color pages and text, etc. The EMI also has braile molding
on the jewel box that says "pink floyd," which the US CD lacks.
   There are also a bunch of small audio glitches on the EMI CD that
aren't on the Columbia -- buzzing and pops and such.
 + Pulse
Released initially in an oversize slipcase with hardback book/CD holder
and blinking LED on the case spine. EMI booklet has 8 more pages, and
slightly different interior graphics. EMI also included a cardboard card
with complete tracklist and band member information, and also a suggestion
that if the LED gets annoying, you put the slipcase in your car so it'll
look like a security system and fool burglars. The EMI discs feature art
from the album cover, while the US has "sketch" artwork. The Columbia
also has a cardboard card attached to the battery to allow for easy
removal. The Columbia LED beats faster than the EMI.

Also of note is where the writing on the album covers is in some special
script, the title on the actual CD is in the same script (WYWH, Animals,
Wet Dream, The Wall, Dance Songs, The Final Cut, Pro's and Cons, Wall in
Berlin, ATD).
[-] 13.5  "Are there posters available of the album artwork?"
There are many more Pink Floyd posters than is feasible to list here, 
including many of the album covers, in many different sizes. Here's the
address of the company that distributes most of them:
Bridge Close
Romford, Essex
[+] 14.  "What are all these remasters and gold discs?"
The original releases of some Pink Floyd albums used inferior masters; and,
in the case of some CD releases, featured poor analog-to-digital conversions.
Thus there have been a fair number of "special" releases that attempt to
correct these deficiencies.
[+] 14.1  "A List of 'Original Master' Type Releases"
Meddle (Limited Edition)
The Dark Side of the Moon
Atom Heart Mother (Anadisq 200 Limited Edition)
+ MFSL UHQR (Ultra High Quality Record)
The Dark Side of the Moon
+ Columbia:
Wish You Were Here
The Wall
A Collection of Great Dance Songs
Amused to Death (Special Audiophile Edition)
+ Japanese Red Vinyl
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn Atom Heart Mother
A Saucerful of Secrets Meddle
More Obscured by Clouds
Compact Disc
Atom Heart Mother
Dark Side of the Moon
The Wall (out of print)
+ Sony:
Amused to Death SBM
Wish You Were Here SBM
+ Capitol:
Dark Side of the Moon XX (20th Aniversary Edition)
+ EMI:
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn %*Animals
*A Saucerful of Secrets %*The Wall
Ummagumma %The Final Cut
Atom Heart Mother &The Early Singles
*The Dark Side of the Moon
%*Wish You Were Here
& Available only as part of the _Shine On_ set
* Available as part of the _Shine On_ box set and seperately
% Not available seperately in US. While Pink Floyd have always been under
the umbrella of EMI in Europe, after DSotM they switched labels in the US
from Capitol to Columbia/CBS. So while remasters of their Capitol-era
albums (minus _More_ and OBC) are available, we're still waiting for the
CBS/Columbia albums.
[+] 14.2  "The _Shine On_/EMI remasters"
Remastered versions of ASoS, _Meddle_, DSotM, WYWH, _Animals_, and _The Wall_
have been available since 1992 as part of the Sony/EMI _Shine On_ box set.
The DSotM remaster was also made available as a 20th Anniversary edition,
with special packaging.
More recently, all these remastered albums were made available seperately;
and additionally, most other Floyd albums have been or are scheduled to be
remastered in the same manner (see above). The only exceptions are the
compilation albums (_Relics_, _Works_, and ACoGDS), the two soundtracks,
_More_ and OBC (which were scheduled to be remastered, but haven't yet been)
and the recent albums which have no need of being touched up (MLoR, DSoT,
TDB, and _Pulse_).
These remasters are based on the original master tapes, and were done by 
Doug Sax (supervised by James Guthrie) at the Mastering Lab, in Los Angeles.
They generally represent a higher level of quality than the previous Harvest
discs (which in turn were generally superior to the Capitol and CBS discs
sold in the US). In addition to the hightened sound quality, the remastered
editions feature (in almost all cases) expanded booklets with new artwork and
lyrics (even on the early albums!); the discs themselves are all picture
NOTE: There has been some disagreement over whether the new EMI discs that
have _Shine On_ counterparts are or are not identical. The general
consensus is that they are; and if they are not, then they were at
least done by the same people, at the same location, with the same
equipment, at the same time, and for the same company.
[+] 14.3  "The MFSL Gold Discs"
These "Ultradiscs," produced by Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs, have three main 
selling points:
 + The gold surface prevents oxidation from occurring.  Of course, cases 
of non-defective aluminum CDs oxidizing are *extremely* rare (I haven't
heard of any, in fact).
 + The gold surface decreases the need for error correction; the sound you
hear is more precisely the sound you were meant to hear.
 + Most importantly, MFSL takes a great deal of care to use the best possible
masters for their discs, and to master and press them to be as close to
perfect as possible. For example, the original Capitol DSotM was taken
from an old quadraphonic LP master, not the original master. To compound
the problem, instead of placing right front and right rear on the same
channel (and the same for left), they put the two front channels on one
side and the two rear on the other. As another example, _The Wall_
contained a very audible "pop" right before "Comfortably Numb, which the
MFSL disc does not suffer from.
In addition, Mobile Fidelity "Ultradisc II"'s use a special analog-digital
conversion component system called the "GAIN" system that results in sound
even better than previous Ultradiscs. The _Atom Heart Mother_ MFSL CD uses
this process.
There's a lot more info on Mobile Fidelity at their WWW page:
They also have an e-mail address: mofi@mofi.com
[-] 14.4  "Sony's SBM Process"
Sony's Super Bit Map (SBM) Process [from Dave Cowl:]
  One samples the analogue at 20 bits. (Or one takes a 20 bit master.)
Apparently, new digital recorders are being made which will record
20 bit samples - previously a hard disc recording system was required
(and seems to be the way they still do it mostly).
  Then one analyses the round off bits, to accurately ascertain the
quantisation noise.
  The quantisation noise spectrum is calculated, and then shaped so that
the noise is shifted to be mainly in the higher frequencies, where it
is less audible. The total noise level is the same - just the frequency
band where the noise occurs differs. This modified quantisation noise is
then used to choose the last bit (or 2 bits?) of the 16. So, instead of
being white noise added to 14 bits resolution, or (apparently worse)
pure quantisation noise, it is an accurately sampled waveform with the
noise largely shifted away from the lower frequencies.
  The result is supposed to be difficult to distinguish from the 20 bit
[-] 15.  "What is the address of Pink Floyd's management?"
For Pink Floyd, from the "Shine On" book:
	Steve O'Rourke
EMKA Productions, Ltd.
43 Portland Road
London, W11 4LJ
01-221 2046
And, for Roger Waters:
	Mark Fenwick
63a Kings Road
[+] 16.  "Fleudian Slips"
Not a slip itself, but since it inspired this section... On the inner sleeve 
of David Gilmour's _About Face_ LP, printed in the bottom right-hand corner,
is "Fleudian Slip."
On the remastered CD of _A Saucerful of Secrets_ (made in Holland/printed in
the UK), on the CD itself the title track is spelled "...Secret."
The _Shine On_ set contains a fair number of errors:

+ In the lyrics for "Breathe In The Air" on DSotM, the line "Don't sit down
it's time to start another one" is printed; "start" should be "dig."

+ On the lyrics pages for WYWH, SOYCD is strangely divided. Parts I-V are
so labeled, but Parts VI-IX are labeled "Part 2."
 + In _The Wall_ Disc One, on the CD insert, ABitW3 is credited twice; once
(correctly) to Waters, and once (incorrectly) to Waters/Ezrin.

+ The CD insert on Disc Two of _The Wall_ leaves "The Trial" uncredited; it
should be Waters/Ezrin.

+ The MLoR CD insert has "Yet Another Movie" as Track 6 and "Round and
Around" as Track 7. The latter should be 6a, as on the CD itself (though
this may have been done for crediting reasons).
The CD booklet of _More_ omits credits to Gilmour and Mason on the "Dramatic 
Theme." Mason is also left out of the crediting for the "Main Theme."
On the XX DSotM release, on the CD itself, track 1b is labeled "Breath in 
the Air." "Breathe in the Air" is the correct spelling; with "Breathe"
being an accepted official shortening.
On Capitol's cassette release of AHM, on both the cover and cassette, it 
lists "If" as being on side one; it's on side two.
The jewel boxes of some OBC CDs are erroneously marked ADD (analog recording,
digital mixing/editing, digital mastering). As is written on the CD itself,
they are AAD. (I've also heard of this happening on both _More_ and
David Gilmour's name tends to get misspelled quite a bit.  It's spelled 
"Glimour" on the inside credits of some versions of the _Final Cut_ CD,
while some ASoS releases have it as "Gilmore." It's also "Gilmore" on the
credits to the film, "More" (though this may have been an intentional
play on words), and on the KQED video. KQED also spells "Green is the
Colour" as the American "Color."
In the _Dark Side of the Moon_ guitar tablature book, "Any Colour You Like"
is listed as "Breathe (Second Reprise)"
The US CD booklet of _David Gilmour_ adds a preceeding "It's" to the title 
of "Deafinitely." The title is printed correctly on the disc itself.
In the printed lyrics for "What God Wants Part I", some versions of ATD have
"The alien cried prophet" written; "prophet cried" is what's sung.
On the EMI release of _Pulse_, the tracklist on the inside cover reverses
the placement of songs 6 and 7.
[-] 17.  "All about Quadraphonics"
Quadraphonic systems allow the recording and reproduction of four distinct
channels of sound (as opposed to the two channels of standard stereo).
The system the Floyd used for their three Quad albums (_Atom Heart Mother_,
DSotM, and WYWH) was also known as "the SQ system." The following is an
explanation of the system taken from a quad LP, and some additional notes,
both courtesy Aaro Koskinen.
[-] 17.1  "How the SQ system works"
The SQ systems enables four channels of sound to be reproduced from the 
left and right hand walls of the groove of an LP record.
To attain this it has been necessary to develop two devices -- the Encoder 
to convert four signals from the quadraphonic master tape to two signals
and the Decoder to decipher these complex signals and convert them back
again to four separate signals for reproduction from four loudspeakers.
With the two additional channels of the quadraphonic tape, the Encoder 
produces two additional modulation components.
The SQ disc, then, carries in its grooves four encoded signals.
To decipher these four signals and recreate the quadraphonic sources, 
the SQ Decoder is needed. The Decoder senses the four basic modulations
and produces four signals containing predominantly the sounds of the
corresponding original four quadraphonic tape channels.
For the SQ system, these are:
  Front left - major left w/ minor feeds to rear left and front right
 Front right - major right w/ minor feeds to front left and rear right
   Rear left - major rear left w/ minor feeds to front left and rear 
  Rear right - major rear right w/ minor feeds to rear left and front 
These signals are then directed to power amplifiers and four loudspeakers 
placed in the respective corners of the listening area, resulting in a
realistic reproduction of the original quadraphonic master tape.
However, no special pickup is needed. Stereo pickup cartridges are
capable of receiving all of these modulations.
[-] 17.2  "What do I need to play Quad albums?"
The only special equipment you need is a "SQ decoder", which you place
on the turntable (cartridge) output leads. Then you need of course two
amps and four speakers.
Apparently the decoders are no longer being manufactured.
BTW, if you play Quad LPs without decoder, the result is just normal
[+] 18.  "Some words about RoIOs"
Recordings of Illegitimate/Indeterminate Origin are the topic of much of the
discussion that goes on, on the 'net, and so it seemed wise to make some
comments about them...
[+] 18.1  "Why use 'RoIO'?"
There are various reasons for this, but the foremost is that, even if your 
mail is secure, when you post to a mailing list or newsgroup, your words are
being broadcast all over the world, to places that are potentially far from
secure. Mail involving certain illegitimate items could get you and the
recipient of your message into a fair amount of trouble. Also, using the
"b" (footwear) word on the various 'net forums (echoes or the newsgroups)
could attract unwanted attention to them, to the detriment of everyone.
Also, it is important to use "RoIO" on echoes because it is run out of an
independent company. Using the more common term could present liability
problems for tcsi.COM that they would rather avoid; using "RoIO" allows both
the company and bear to legally cover themselves.
[+] 18.2  "Where can I get RoIOs?"
Local stores are a good place to try first.  Avoid the larger chains, such
as Tower, Music Plus, Wherehouse, Sam Goody, etc. Instead shop around at
the smaller, independent shops. Stores in large cities and college towns
are good places to look, as that's where much of the demand is. Try also
asking for "rare" or "concert" recordings, "imports," albums made by Great
Dane (for example), and that sort of thing.
The other main method of acquiring RoIOs is through tape trades.  You'll
find many people willing to trade tapes with you -- just ask people to send
you their lists. And, for those beginning collections, some nice folks
will even take blank tapes in payment, if you have nothing to trade. For
information on the audio tapes mailing list, send the following line
 subscribe audio-tapes <your e-mail address>
to "majordomo@world.std.com"  For a set of guidelines to tape trading put 
together by echoes members, send the commands
 send trading.guidelines echoes
to the address "echoserv@tcsi.com"
NOTE: While we're on the subject, please do not post lists of RoIO dealers 
and their locations to the 'net. This is a very easy way to make them
ex-RoIO dealers -- they are, in general, uncomfortable with a lot of
attention. Plus, posting their location could attract the wrong sort
of attention (it's rare, but it happens more than you might think).
Likewise, if you want to mail a response to someone asking for RoIO
dealer locations, a certain amount of circumspection is in order.
[+] 18.3  "What are some good RoIOs?"
While the echoes database (Q18.6) is good for checking out particular RoIOs,
it's cumbersome to use to find a general list of good-quality recordings.
With this in mind, Herwig Henseler has put together a nice guide to some of
the better RoIOs, for those starting collections or looking for recordings
from a certain tour.
You can get this guide by mailing the following to "echoserv@tcsi.com"
 mail roio_guide.062795 roio
Or, using a WWW browser, you can access it in full hypertext format at
You can contact Herwig at "Herwig.Henseler@Informatik.Uni-Oldenburg.DE"
[-] 18.4  "Where can I find lists of RoIOs?"
A good source is a book called Hot Wacks.  It's not available in most book
stores, but you may be able to find it in record shops. Or you can order
it directly:
	Hot Wacks Press                 FAX: 519-376-9449
PO Box 544
Owen Sound, Ontario
N4K 5R1

The 1992 XV Edition has a chapter devoted to Pink Floyd, as well as 20+
pages of PF RoIO listings. Cost is US $16.95 plus $6 surface mail or $16
air mail. Supplements are printed periodically -- Supplements 1 and 2
are available.
[-] 18.5  "What are these 'Trance Remix' albums?"
They're RoIOs -- but rather than offering live or unreleased "Pink Floyd"
music, they feature Floyd songs remixed to sound more "ambient." Such
music is difficult to describe -- think of the child of a "Saucerful of
Secrets" and "Another Brick in the Wall, pt.2" union...
Trance remix versions are available of many Pink Floyd albums: _Meddle_, 
OBC, DSotM, WYWH, _Animals_, _The Wall_, and MLoR; as well as remixes
that mix and match Floyd albums, such as _Welcome to the Remix_.
NOTE: Some of these albums are rumored to have been done by such groups as 
The Orb, The KLF, and Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor. About the only
evidence for such claims I know of is that some trance remix albums
feature samples from songs done by these groups. And, as some people
have pointed out, the quality of these albums isn't altogether what
one would expect from the people mentioned.
[+] 18.6  "How do I know if a RoIO is any good?"
Thanks to the efforts of the folks on the echoes mailing list and others
around the net, there has been compiled a database of many of the more popular
RoIOs. For each item listed, information is (usually) given regarding tracks,
playing time, relative quality, and anything else appropriate.
The database can be accessed in two main ways: via the World Wide Web and via 
the mail-based "echoserv" database. To use the WWW database, you need the
appropriate software, such as Mosaic, NetScape or Lynx. The address of the
database is:
   http://www.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de/~herwig or
For those without WWW access, the echoserv RoIO database functions via 
e-mail. For a list of all the RoIOs available in the database, send the
following commands to "echoserv@tcsi.com"
 filelist roio      
(commands should be lowercase and left-justified)
This will send you back a list of files, with each file describing a
particular RoIO. To retrieve information on that RoIO, use the "send"
command, followed by the filename, and then the word "roio" You can
ask for as many files as you like at a time, one "send" request per
line. The last command should be "quit"
 send <filename1> roio
send <filename2> roio
The mail-based list processor at the heart of echoserv will then mail
you information on the RoIOs you requested.
If have a RoIO that is not in the database, please obtain the "blank" file 
from the database, which is a blank form. Fill out the form and send it to
   roio-maint@tcsi.com     or     roio@tcsi.com
If you have additional comments you'd like make about a RoIO already in the 
database, use the same address.
NOTE: Naturally, none of this should be taken as condoning the actual purchase
of this sort of thing where it is deemed illegal -- simply consider all
this as just a further collection of Floyd trivia.
[+] 19.  "What rare or unreleased songs are 'out there?'"
Here is a list of (perhaps) all the known non-album Pink Floyd tracks.  Many 
of these are available illegally. Some have never been heard by the general
public. Some may not even exist.
 Across the Universe            - Waters, on 1986 BBC special for John Lennon
(the Beatles' song) with help from Andy Fairweather-Low
Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers song performed on soundchecks
on the _About Face_ tour
Another Brick in the Wall (2) - rerecorded by Roger for a _Berlin Wall_
promo CD
Apples and Oranges - single
Arnold Layne - single
Astronomy Domine - live, from "Take it Back" single
Baby Blue Shuffle in D (Major) - jam, became Part 1 of "The Narrow Way"
Get Back to Radio - KAOS b-side
Biding My Time - from _Relics_
Big Theme - "La Carrera Panamericana"
Bitter Love - aka "How do You Feel," unreleased 1975
see P3Q8
Bob Dylan Blues - unreleased Barrett track from 1970
The Bobbin' Sound - unreleased track/working title for a piece
from the ASOS sessions, February 1968
Brain Damage - early studio version, June '72
Bring the Boys Back Home - extended version, back of "Tigers..."
Candy and a Currant Bun - back of "Arnold Lane"
Careful With That Axe, Eugene - back of "Point Me At The Sky"
Carrera Slow Blues - "La Carrera Panamericana," not on released
video (see P1Q5.1)
Come In #51, Your Time Is Up - _Zabriskie_
Comfortably Numb - accoustic demo played on radio
music from "The Committee" - a movie they did incidentals for
Country Theme - "La Carrera Panamericana"
Crumbling Land - from _Zabriskie Point_ soundtrack
Cymbaline - "More" movie version
Dance with the Ferraris - instrumental from 4 Dec 1989 by Mason+Fenn
at Essen Motor Show
The Death of Sisco - possibly "Disco" or "Cisco," a _Wall_
Deep in the Blues - performed by Gilmour at 1984 Guitar Greats
Embryo - _Ummagumma_ outtake *
Fingal's Cave - _Zabriskie_ outtake
Flapdoodle Dealing - unreleased early live piece
Flight from Reality - from late 1975, "very strange"
Gimme A Break - Chuck Berry song the Floyd covered
The Gnome - rare mix on back of "Flaming" single
Great Gig in the Sky - Nurofen advertisement, re-recording with
Clare Torry (see P3Q8)
Great Gig in the Sky - early live version, w/radio evangelists
Going to Live in LA - Waters _KAOS_ single
Have You Got It Yet? - late Barrett/Floyd "song"
Heart Beat, Pig Meat - _Zabriskie_
The Hero's Return part II - Parts 1 & 2 on back of "Not Now John"
obscured version single
Highway Song - unreleased track recorded in 1969
Hollywood - _More_ outtake (Gilmour) **
I Can Tell - unreleased early live song
I Can Tell - blues jam from the _KAOS_ tour
I Get Stoned - demo recorded at their first session
In the Beechwoods - unreleased track recorded May 1968
Interstellar Overdrive - live, _Ummagumma_ outtake
Interstellar Overdrive - the earliest recording, on "Tonite Let's
All Make Love in London"
It's a Miracle - uptempo version with Flea on bass
It Would Be So Nice - single
Jews Harp and Windchimes - unreleased track recorded in 1969
John Latham - unreleased track recorded May 1968
Julia Dream - back of "It Would Be So Nice"
Just Before You Disappear - unreleased Barrett song
Keep Smiling People - May 31 1968, early version of "Careful..."
see Q22
King Bee - blues song, covered by the Rolling Stones,
written by Moore, recorded by Slim Harpo
Lafayette Railroad - by Little Feat, performed at Gilmour sound
Lanky (Part 2) - unreleased Barrett instrumental
Like A Rolling Stone - Gilmour demo played on Radio One, 28/7/92
Living Alone - unreleased Barrett track from 1970
Lucy Leave - from '66 sessions
Lucy Lee in Blue Tights - first group composition, may have become
"Lucy Leave"
Madamoiselle Knobs - from the "Pompeii" movie
Merry Christmas Song - from the John Peel Show, December 1975 ^
Mexico '78 - "La Carrera Panamericana"
Millionaire - unreleased early track, sometimes called
"She Was A Millionaire"
Molly's Song - Waters KAOS single
Money - accoustic demo played on radio
Money - from "Tide is Turning" single, with vocals
by Paul Carrack
Moonhead - from BBC TV ++
Mother - "Wall" movie version
Nick's Boogie - on "Tonite Let's All Make Love in London"
Nick's Boogie - re-recorded in April 1968, unreleased
Not Now John (obscured) - expletives-deleted single
Oenone/Oneone - _Zabriskie_ outtake &
On The Run - early live guitar-based jam
One in a Million - early live song, sometimes called "Rush in
a Million"
Outside the Wall - "Wall" movie version
Overture - recorded for "Wall" movie
Overture for Comfortably Numb - unreleased/alternate track from _The Wall_
Paint Box - back of "Apples and Oranges"
Pan Am Shuffle - from "La Carrera Panamericana" film
Peace Be With You - from MLoR, a 'good luck' message to Waters
Peter Gunn - by Henri Mancini, performed at About Face
sound checks
Piggy Back - unreleased early live piece
Pink - unreleased early live piece
Point Me At The Sky - single
Point Me At The Sky - extended, from the Top Gear sessions
Prophet - unreleased song/alternative title from _The
Wall_ sessions
Rain In The Country - _Zabriskie_ outtake
Raving and Drooling - later became "Sheep"
Reaction in G - 12 October 1967
Religious Experience - EMI outtake w/Barrett & Kevin Ayers, 1/70
Rhamadan - long (18 min) Barrett song from 1968.
Richard's Rave Up - unreleased track recorded February 1968
(possibly a working title for ASoS song)
Round and Around - extended
Run Like Hell - Potzdamer Mix, from a _Berlin Wall_ promo CD
Scream Thy Last Scream - late Syd song, announced as "An Old Woman
with a Casket"
Seabirds - _More_ outtake (Waters) **
See Emily Play - single
Sh-Boom - a 1954 "Crew Cuts" hit covered by Mason/Fenn
Sheep - with 23rd Psalm read by Mason
Silas Lane - from very early "basement" sessions, 1966
Small Theme - "La Carrera Panamericana"
Smiles for Miles - unreleased song recorded for ATD
Snowing - unreleased early live track
Sorrow - instrumental version
Synth Theme - unreleased song or working title from _The
Wall_ sessions
Take it Back - extended, from French promo CD
Terminal Frost - "Do Your Own Lead" version #
Time - early studio version, June '72
Theme (Beat Version) - _More_ outtake (entire band) **
Us and Them - early studio version, June '72
Vegetable Man - late Syd song
The Violent Sequence - part eventually became "Us and Them" +
Waiting for the Drummer - live jam from the KAOS tour, 11/16/87
What Shall We Do Now? - from "The Wall" movie
When The Tigers Broke Free - from "The Wall" movie, later a single
You Gotta Be Crazy - later became "Dogs"
...and a few other items, mostly just instrumental jams from concerts and
edited versions of songs for radio airplay. See also the list of movies
and videos (P1Q5), some of which also contain unreleased material.
*  This piece has many live recordings, and a studio version was finally 
released on _Works_. A demo version was accidentally released on _Picnic_
(a Harvest label sampler).
Originally intended to be a part of _Ummagumma_.
** These songs were found in a volume of copyrighted musical works.  
"Seabirds" had lyrics, while the others were instrumentals. They
appeared in the film, but were omitted from the album. Also, the
music for "Seabirds" has apparently been published in a music book
at some time (though the lyrics were different than in the movie).
+  "Violent" was originally written for the movie _Zabriskie Point_ and 
was performed during some of their tours of the period as a part of a
20 minute piece including bits of "Heart Beat, Pig Meat."
[From Gerhard]:
Part 1 is a tremendous drum part, sometimes labeled as "Corrosion"
Part 2 is a piano-based part, which could be "Heart Beat, Pig Meat"
Part 3 is again a drum-based thing, and also appears on some RoIOs
as "Corrosion"
Part 4 is "The Violent Sequence," a piano-based part that sounds really
familiar (and that's because it's the base for "Us & Them").
The sequence the song was written for involved riots or somesuch
being shown in slow motion.
#  The "Do Your Own Lead" version of "Terminal Frost" supposedly had the
guitar part removed from the mix. However, on both the "Learning to
Fly" single and "CD Full of Secrets" radio disk/RoIO, it's the same
song as on the album.
++ [from Adam Winstanley]: "Moonhead" was included as part of a documentary
on BBC TV on the night of the first moon landing. It was in an "arts"
series called Omnibus, this particular programme being about people's
differing perceptions of the moon through time (a goddess, lunatics,
romantic moonlight, were-wolves baying at it ... etc. etc.) The programme
was subtitled "What if it's just green cheese."
&  Spelled both "Oneone" or "Oenone" a roughly equal percentage of time.
"Oenone" is a name from Greek mythology -- see P4Q31.5. The argument
for "Oneone" is that it would be pronounced (oh-nee-oh-nee) the same
way as the name of the film's director, Michelangelo Antonioni.
^  Likely recorded in 1970.  Exactly who is singing is not known; some
combination of Nick Mason/Alan Styles/John Peel.
[+] 20.  "What were the working titles for some songs/albums?"
Several Pink Floyd works had early titles that never made it to album.  Some 
can be found on RoIOs, some are from session logs, etc. Here is a list of
those we know about:
 Original title                  Today's title
============== =============
 Let's Roll Another One          Candy and a Currant Bun
Games for May See Emily Play
Percy the Ratcatcher Lucifer Sam
Doreen's Dream Julia Dream
Mathilda's Mother Mathilda Mother
Flame Flaming
The Bike Song Bike
Wondering and Dreaming Mathilda Mother
Power Toc H Pow R Toc H
The Most Boring Song I've
Ever Heard Bar Two See Saw
Sunshine Remember a Day
The Amazing Pudding Atom Heart Mother Suite
 The March of the Dambusters,
We Won the Double,
Through The Knotholes In
Granny's Wooden Leg,
Nothing To The Sun
And Back,
Return of The Son
of Nothing Echoes
 The Massed Gadgets of Hercules  A Saucerful of Secrets
Eclipsed _The Dark Side of the Moon_
Ecclesiastics The Great Gig in the Sky
Baby Blue Shuffle in D Major Narrow Way Part 1
The Dark Side of the Moon Brain Damage

Keep Smiling People,
Murderistic Woman Careful With That Axe, Eugene

Of Promises Broken,
Signs of Life,
Delusions of Maturity _A Momentary Lapse of Reason_

Home _Radio KAOS_
Fallen Angel What God Wants
The Violent Sequence (became the basis for "Us and Them")
Raving and Drooling (became "Sheep")
You Gotta Be Crazy (became "Dogs")
The Big Bong Theory _Shine On_
Awaken to the Sense of Reality _The Division Bell_
The Whale Song Marooned
[+] 21.  "What are some very rare releases or packages?"
Here's a list of rare, special, or limited editions, promo items you might
find for sale, and other "interesting" releases:
Promo Singles 

Arnold Layne/Candy & A Currant Bun - rare picture sleeve
Apples & Oranges/Paintbox - DJ picture sleeve
It Would Be So Nice - 1983 12" 1 sided
When The Tigers Broke Free/ - 12"
Bring The Boys Back Home
Money - 1 sided 12" pink vinyl
On the Turning Away/Run Like Hell - pink vinyl single
Money/Another Brick in the Wall, pt.2 - 12" pink vinyl
Flaming/The Gnome - Tower 368, unique "Gnome"
Not Now John (obscured) - 12" 1 sided DJ
Run Like Hell (6:21/3:25) - single
On the Turning Away/Run Like Hell - pink vinyl single
Money/Another Brick in the Wall, pt.2 - 12" pink vinyl
Remember a Day/Let There Be More Light - single
One of These Days - single
Love on the Air - picture disc
Promo EPs

Dark Side of the Moon - 1973 DJ Sampler 12"
Off The Wall 1979 - DJ Sampler 12"
Pompeii - DJ Sampler 12"
Tour '75 - 1975 DJ Promo +
'94 Barrett - pink EP #
David Gilmour - 1978 DJ Promo EP @
+ Capitol's attempt to get back catalog moving.  Contained "The Gold it's 
in the....," "Wots...Uh the Deal," "Free Four," "Fat Old Sun," "One of
These Days," "Astronomy Domine," and "Careful with that Axe, Eugene."
@ Four-track promo sampler for the _David Gilmour_ LP, with "Deafinitely,"
"Mihalis," "Short And Sweet" and "So Far Away."
# Contains album versions of "Terrapin," "Octopus," "Baby Lemonade," and 
"Effervescing Elephant"
Rare Box Sets

First XI - box set of PatGoD through TFC, with
original sleeves except DSotM and
_Animals_ (picture discs, not in
French edition)
Pink Floyd--The Box - European box set of WYWH through
MLoR CDs (including ACoGDS)
Quadraphonic Albums *
 Q4SHVL 781 _Atom Heart Mother_
Q4SHVL 804 _The Dark Side of the Moon_
Q4SHVL 814 _Wish You Were Here_

* The Floyd also apparently spent some time in the studio recording a
quad mix of _Meddle_. However, this was never released...
Limited Edition Album Packages
 _Animals_ Pig Box                      - pink wooden box ^
_Atom Heart Mother_ Cow Box - white wooden cow box ^
_Dark Side_ Prism Box - black wooden triangle box ^
_Dark Side_ Pyramid Box - black wooden pyramid box ^
_The Wall_ Brick Wall Box - wall-shaped box ^
_Delicate Sound_ Lightbulb Box - wooden box ^
_The Division Bell_ Slipcase - Australian limited edition
The Division Box - limited edition TDB promo %
The Wall: Live in Berlin Video Box - VHS video, the 2CD set, and an
expanded booklet
% Contains:
- A copy of _The Division Bell_ CD
- A copy of the "Take it Back" UK CD single
- A promotional "Division Bell", which was a little silver-plated bell,
about six inches long, with handle
- A calculator with TDB artwork
- A custom denim shirt/jacket (black)
^ These are all limited editions (1000-2000 made, depending)
[+] 22.  "A Collection of Great Concert Setlists (and Players)"
This is by no means a comprehensive list of *all* the gigs Pink Floyd have
ever played. Rather, it is a collection of representative performances,
important or oft-mentioned shows, and a list of any additional musicians
that played. Compiled with great help from the "ASoS" and "Journey Through
Time and Space" books.
London Free School (Powis Gardens) -- October, 1966:
Pink Theme; Let's Roll Another One; Gimme a Break; Piggy Back; Stoned Alone;
I Can Tell; The Gnome; Interstellar Overdrive; Lucy Leave; Take Up Thy
Stethoscope and Walk; Flapdoodle Dealing; Snowing; Matilda Mother;
Pow R. Toc H.; Astronomy Domine
Top Gear Show (BBC) -- September, 1967:
Flaming; Apples and Oranges; Scarecrow; The Gnome; Matilda Mother
Top Gear Show (BBC) -- December, 1967:
Vegetable Man; Scream Thy Last Scream; Pow R. Toc H.; Jugband Blues
Top Gear Show (BBC) -- June, 1968:
Julia Dream; Murderistic Woman; Let There Be More Light; Massed Gadgets of
Fantasio, Amsterdam, Holland -- May 31, 1968:
Let There Be More Light; Interstellar Overdrive; Keep Smiling People; Flaming;
Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun; A Saucerful of Secrets
NOTE: In many places, this concert is listed as having taken place on Sept 1
of 1968 (or '69). However, this seems unlikely, based on the inclusion
of "Keep Smiling People," which was a very mellow early version of
"Careful with that Axe, Eugene." In the developmental cycle of the
song, KSP appears to be somewhere between the version recorded for
"The Committee" in May '68 and "Murderistic Woman," first performed
sometime before September '68. Thus the May 31 date makes sense.
Thanks to Gerhard and Piet de Bondt for clearing this up.
Fairfield Hall, Croyden, England -- January 1970:
Astronomy Domine; The Violent Sequence; Set The Controls for the Heart of
the Sun; Careful With That Axe, Eugene; Embryo; Main Theme (from _More_);
Biding My Time; A Saucerful of Secrets
Fillmore West, San Francisco -- March 1970:
Atom Heart Mother; Cymbaline; Green is the Colour; Careful With That Axe,
Eugene; Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun; Embryo; A Saucerful of
Secrets; Interstellar Overdrive
City Hall, Sheffield, England -- December 1970:
Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast; Embryo; Fat Old Sun; Careful With That Axe,
Eugene; Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun; A Saucerful of Secrets;
Atom Heart Mother
Hunter College, New York -- May 1971:
Embryo; Fat Old Sun; Atom Heart Mother; One of These Days; Careful With That
Axe, Eugene; Cymbaline; Echoes; A Saucerful of Secrets
Rainbow Theater, London -- February 1972:
_The Dark Side of the Moon_; One of These Days; Careful With That Axe, Eugene;
Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun; Echoes
Radio City Music Hall, New York -- March 1973:
Obscured By Clouds; When You're In; Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun;
Careful with that Axe, Eugene; Echoes; _The Dark Side of the Moon_
Dick Parry saxophone
The Blackberries female vocal duo
American Tour -- Spring 1975:
Raving and Drooling; You've Got to be Crazy; Shine On You Crazy Diamond
(Parts 1-5); Have a Cigar; Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9);
_The Dark Side of the Moon_; Echoes
"In The Flesh" (_Animals_) World Tour -- 1977:
Sheep; Pigs on the Wing (Part 1); Dogs; Pigs on the Wing (Part 2); Pigs (Three
Different Ones); _Wish You Were Here_; Money; Us and Them
(With "Careful with that Axe, Eugene" added as final encore on 9 May, 1977)
Snowy White guitar
Dick Parry saxophone & keyboards
_The Wall_ Tour -- 1980-81
In the Flesh?; The Thin Ice; Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1); The Happiest
Days of Our Lives; Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2); Mother; Goodbye Blue
Sky; What Shall We Do Now?; Young Lust; One of My Turns; Don't Leave Me Now;
Another Brick in the Wall (Part 3); Goodbye Cruel World; Hey You; Is There
Anybody Out There; Nobody Home; Vera; Bring The Boys Back Home; Comfortably
Numb; The Show Must Go On; In the Flesh; Run Like Hell; Waiting for the Worms;
Stop; The Trial; Outside the Wall
First Series--New York, Los Angeles, and London:
Andy Bown bass
Snowy White guitar
Willie Wilson drums
Peter Wood keyboards
Jon Joyce vocals
Stan Farber vocals
Jim Haas vocals
Joe Chemay vocals

Second Series--Dortmund and London:
Andy Bown bass
Andy Roberts guitar
Willie Wilson drums
Peter Wood keyboards
Jon Joyce vocals
Stan Farber vocals
Jim Haas vocals
Joe Chemay vocals
Plus the announcers in each city -- among them Cynthia Fox in L.A. and Gary
Udman/Yudman (?) in New York
David Gilmour _About Face_ American Tour -- Summer 1984:
Until We Sleep; All Lovers are Deranged; Love on the Air; Mihalis; Cruise;
Short and Sweet; Money; Out of the Blue; Let's Get Metaphysical; You Know
I'm Right; Run Like Hell; Blue Light; Murder; Comfortably Numb
Mick Ralphs guitar
Mickey Feat bass guitar
Chris Slade drums
Raff Ravenscroft saxophone
Jody Linscottt percussion
Gregg Dechart keyboards
Roger Waters _P&C_ European and American Tours -- Summer 1984:
Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun; Money; If; Welcome to the Machine;
Have A Cigar; Wish You Were Here; Pigs on the Wing; In The Flesh; Nobody
Home; Hey You; The Gunners Dream; _The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking_; Brain
Damage; Eclipse
Roger Waters bass
Andy Newmark drums
Eric Clapton lead guitar
Tim Renwick rhythm guitar
Chris Stainton piano
Micheal Kamen keyboards
Mel Collins saxophone
Katie Kassoon backing vocals
Doreen Chanter backing vocals
Roger Waters _P&C_ American Tour -- Spring 1985:
Welcome the the Machine; Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun; Money; If;
Wish You Were Here; Pigs on the Wing; Get Your Filthy Hands off My Desert;
Southampton Dock; The Gunners Dream; In The Flesh; Nobody Home; Have A Cigar;
Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1); The Happiest Days of our Lives; Another
Brick in the Wall (Part 2); _The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking_; Brain Damage;
Roger Waters bass
Katie Kissoon vocals
Doreen Chanter vocals
Andy Fairweather-Low guitars
Andy Newmark drums
Jay Stapley lead guitar
Michael Kamen keyboards
Mel Collins saxophone
Roger Waters, _KAOS_ Tour -- Fall 1987:
Radio Waves; Welcome to the Machine; Who Needs Information?; Money; In The
Flesh; Have a Cigar; Pigs (Three Different Ones); Wish You Were Here; Mother;
Molly's Song; Me or Him; The Powers That Be; Going to Live in L.A.; Sunset
Strip; Fish Report With A Beat; [Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking/Fletcher
Memorial Home/Southampton Dock]; Arnold Layne (video); If; Every Stranger's
Eyes; Not Now John; Another Brick in the Wall Part I; The Happiest Days of
Our Lives; Another Brick in the Wall Part II; Nobody Home; Home; Four
Minutes; The Tide is Turning (After Live Aid); [Breathe]; Brain Damage;
Graham Broad drums
Paul Carrack keyboards & vocals
Doreen Chanter vocals
Mel Collins saxophones
Andy Fairweather-Low guitars
Katie Kissoon vocals
Jay Stapley guitars
Jim Ladd DJ
With guest appearances by Clare Torrey on "The Great Gig in the Sky" at
Wembley Arena and Jim Haas, Jon Joyce and Joe Chemay doing a guest appearance
on 20 September 1987 on "In the Flesh" and "Outside the Wall." Various other
songs were also performed as encores -- "Set the Controls," blues jams, etc.
_AMLoR_ American Tour -- Autumn 1987 (Sept 5 through 25):
Echoes; Signs of Life; Learning to Fly; A New Machine (Part 1); Terminal
Frost; A New Machine (Part 2); Sorrow; The Dogs of War; Yet Another Movie; On
The Turning Away; One of These Days; Time; On The Run; Money; Another Brick
In The Wall (Part 2); Comfortably Numb; One Slip; Run Like Hell; Shine On You
Crazy Diamond
The "Echoes" shows from the MLoR tour are as follows:
09 Sep Lansdowne Park Stadium, Ottawa, Ontario
12 Sep The Forum, Montreal, Quebec
13 Sep The Forum, Montreal, Quebec *
14 Sep The Forum, Montreal, Quebec *
16 Sep Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, OH *
17 Sep Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, OH
19 Sep JFK Stadium, Philadelphia, PA **
21 Sep CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario
22 Sep CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario
23 Sep CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario
25 Sep Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL
 * "Shine On" included with encore
** "Shine On" included with encore, "One Slip" not in encore
_AMLoR_ American Tour -- Later in Tour, 1987:
Shine On You Crazy Diamond; Signs of Life; Learning To Fly; Yet Another Movie;
A New Machine Part I; Terminal Frost; A New Machine Part II; Sorrow; Dogs of
War; On The Turning Away; One Of These Days; Time; On The Run; Wish You Were
Here; Welcome To The Machine; Us And Them; Money; Another Brick In The Wall
Part II; Comfortably Numb; One Slip; Run Like Hell
> (with "Great Gig in the Sky" added before WYWH in February/March 1988)
Jon Carin keyboards, vocals
Scott Page saxophone, guitar
Tim Renwick guitars, vocals
Guy Pratt bass, vocals
Gary Wallis percussion
Margaret Taylor vocals
Durga McBroom vocals
Rachel Fury vocals
Lorelei McBroom vocals (later replacing her sister, Durga)
Roger Waters "Wall in Berlin" -- 21 July 1990:
In the Flesh?; The Thin Ice; Another Brick in the Wall Part I; The Happiest
Days of Our Lives; Another Brick in the Wall Part II; Mother; Goodbye Blue
Sky; Empty Spaces/What Shall We Do Now; Young Lust; One of My Turns; Don't
Leave Me Now; Another Brick in the Wall Part III; Goodbye Cruel World; Hey
You; Is There Anybody Out There?; Nobody Home; Vera; Bring the Boys Back Home;
Comfortably Numb; In the Flesh; Run Like Well; Waiting for the Worms; Stop;
The Trial; The Tide is Turning
Players: [lots of guests who aren't listed here, plus:]
The Bleeding Heart Band:
Graham Broad drums
Rick Difonso guitar
Andy Fairweather Low guitar & bass
Nick Glennie-Smith keyboards
Snowy White guitar
Peter Wood keyboards
Joe Chemay backing vocals
Jim Farber backing vocals
Jim Haas backing vocals
Jon Joyce backing vocals
Knebworth -- June 30 1990:
Shine On You Crazy Diamond; Sorrow; Wish You Were Here; The Great Gig In
The Sky (with Clare Torry); Money; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell
Roger Waters -- Guitar Legends show in Seville, Spain, November 17, 1991
In the Flesh; ABitW2; What God Wants (pt.1); Brain Damage; Eclipse;
Comfortably Numb (with Bruce Hornsby)
Roger Waters -- Walden Woods Benefit, Los Angeles, April 1, 1992
In The Flesh; The Happiest Days of Our Lives; ABitW2; Mother; Comfortably
_TDB_ 1994 World Tour -- Set 1
Astronomy Domine; Learning to Fly; What Do You Want From Me; On the Turning
Away; [A Great Day for Freedom/Poles Apart/Lost For Words/Coming Back to
Life]; Sorrow; Take it Back; Keep Talking; One of These Days; Shine On;
Breathe; Time; Breathe Reprise; High Hopes; Wish You Were Here; Another Brick
in the Wall Part II; The Great Gig in the Sky; Us and Them; Money; Comfortably
Numb; Hey You; Run Like Hell
_TDB_ 1994 World Tour -- Set 2
Shine On; Learning to Fly; High Hopes; Take it Back; Coming Back to Life; Keep
Talking; Sorrow; Another Brick in the Wall Part II; One of These Days; _Dark
Side of the Moon_; Wish You Were Here; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell
Jon Carin keyboards, vocals
Tim Renwick guitars, vocals
Guy Pratt bass, vocals
Gary Wallis percussion
Dick Parry saxophone
Durga McBroom vocals
Sam Brown vocals
Claudia Fontaine vocals
NOTE: Set 2 was performed in the US on July 15-18 (Detroit and New Jersey).  
Both sets were used throughout Europe. The Oslo shows (8/29-30/94)
added "Marooned" as an encore (the only times the song was performed).
The 4/22 show featured the one and only performance of "One Slip."
Consult Piet's tour files (P0Q4.4) for info on specific shows.