Pink Floyd - The Man & The Journey (1992) [Bootleg]

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Pink Floyd - The Man & The Journey (1992) [Bootleg]

Pink Floyd - The Man & The Journey (1992) [Bootleg]
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 153.12 Mb | Scans | Time: 57:17
Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock | Label: Great Dane Records (Italy) | Cat.№: GDR CD 9207

Live in Amsterdam, Holland - Concertgebow, September 17, 1969. This is a more complete recording than the normal FM braodcast ROIO's of this show and hence it is some 10 minutes longer and does not have the interruptions to the programme that the FM version has. 'The Man and the Journey' were one of Pink Floyd's early concept-shows performed the first time April 14, 1969 in Royal Festival Hall, London. The event was titled 'The Massed Gadgets Of Auximenes - More Furious Madness From Pink Floyd'.

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Track Listing

1. Daybreak (6:41)
2. Work/Afternoon (5:08)
3. Doing It (1:20)
4. Sleep (Intro) (1:21)
5. Sleep (2:13)
6. Nightmare (6:47)
7. Daybreak/Part Two (2:08)
8. The Beginning (3:03)
9. Beset By The Creatures Of The Deep (6:13)
10. The Narrow Way/Part Three (4:57)
11. The Pink Jungle (4:36)
12. The Labyrinths Of Auximenes (2:53)
13. Behold The Temple Of Light (3:36)
14. The End Of The Beginning (6:21)

Pink Floyd - The Man & The Journey (1992) [Bootleg]

The Band

David Gilmour - Lead guitars, vocals
Roger Waters - Bass, vocals
Rick Wright - Keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason - Drums, percussion


This CD has a superb line-up of tunes. The only drawback is its POOR QUALITY ! -ECHOES

This is a translation of the dutch radio-announcer:

"The Pink Floyd on last September 17th in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam with their grand spectacle 'The Massed Gadgets of Auximines'. We heard in consecutive order 'Grandchesters Meadows' and 'Doing It', an eloquent title.
Pink Floyd are: four man : Dave Gilmour : guitar, Nicky Mason : drums, Rick Wright : organ and Roger Waters : bass.
All four members attended the same primary school and that was in Cambridge.

Three of them found each other during their first year at the Regent Street Polytechnic School. They formed a popgroup, developed ideas for a complete new sound. In principle this means the usage of the usual instruments which combines their sounds with light-effects projected on as well the band as the audience. They don't try to halucinate their audience, no way. They only want to provide enjoyable entertainement.

Their movement contains experimenting with all kinds of forms of art, music included. They are also engaged in stage-acting. At the stage e.g. during this show there was labor work, there was sawing and carpenting going on, they had tea and now it is time to sleep. This is 'Sleep'." -ANDRE

Decent recording and performance. Interesting to hear Floyd merge all of these separate songs into 2 long suites. Though I like this performance, I prefer the 1970-1971 versions of these songs that were part of those tours. Nice cd packaging. Recommended. -Scott

It's louder and cleaner than Man Chester United Journey. Even though this boot proports to be from the master tape, keep in mind that this is still a bootleg from 1969.


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Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Nick Mason, Richard Wright, Syd Barrett, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Bootleg, 1992

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