|Catalog:||ISR 007 CD|
|Cover:||Front: black and white shot of '67 floyd standing in a circle near the doorway to a shop. l to r: mason w/ back mostly turned, looking right, wright staring into camera barrett arms crossed, hugging shoulders and looking past mason and wright, waters w/ back mostly turned, looking left Back: right 2/3 is white with black track listing no times. left 1/3 is 3 mini black and white ep or 45 covers, arranged in a column. top is "st. giles's system" middle is "the who" and bottom is "the pretty things"|
|Sources:||1967, Studio - As listed...|
1. the pink floyd 'scream thy last scream' 4:40 previously unissued single featuring syd barrett 2. the factory 'path through the forest' 3:59 mega-rare single cut from 1968 3. the mirage 'ebenezer beaver' 2:16 from the unissued album, 1967 4. the mirage 'poor mrs. busby' 2:30 from the unissued album, 1967 5. jason crest 'tea garden lane' 4:09 from the unissued album, 1968 6. jason crest 'you really got a hold on me' 4:10 from the unissued album, 1968 7. the creation 'sweet heaven' 3:09 previously unreleased track from acetate, 1967 8. jimmy page 'she just satisfies' 2:01 original single cut 9. mike stuart span 'through the looking glass' 4:54 from the 'top gear' sessions, 1968 10. mike stuart span 'children of tomorrow' 3:20 from the 'top gear' sessions, 1968 11. st. giles's system 'swedish tears' 3:48 original single cut 12. the pretty things 'turn my head' 2:52 from 'top of the pops' radio broadcast 13. the pretty things 'defecting grey' 3:26 from 'top of the pops' radio broadcast 14. the bunch 'spare a shilling' 2:17 live version, from radio broadcast 15. the bunch 'looking glass alice' 2:29 live version, from radio broadcast 16. the move 'hey grandma' 3:08 originally recorded for brian matthews radio show 17. the move 'stephanie knows who' 2:29 originally recorded for brian matthews radio show 18. the idle race 'imposters in life's magazine' 2:16 live version, from radio broadcast 19. the idle race 'the lady who said she could fly' 2:16 live version, from radio broadcast 20. elmer gantry's velvet opera 'flames' 2:59 from the 'top gear' sessions, 1968 21. elmer gantry's velvet opera 'all along the watchtower' 2:57 from the 'top gear' sessions, 1968 22. the pink floyd 'see emily play' 2:40 previously unissued from acetate, different mix to 45 23. the who 'anyway, anyhow, anywhere' 2:43 version previously only issued on a rare french epBand:
Syd Barrett Roger Waters Rick Wright Nick Mason
|Comments:|| best copy of floyd's "scream thy last scream" that i have
heard. "see emily play" evidences a bit of record noise but
the acetate it was taken from was truly "well preserved."
the 2 pink floyd numbers are clearly the selling point.
the other stuff, well i haven't even listened to it all.
some i'm glad to have, some should have stayed buried unless
you like the band in question, i guess, and most, well, to
quote one of the radio announcers: "zounds! what sounds!"
they're not dance-able and not for the faint of heart.
all times are measured. notes for each cut taken from the
inside of the liner. -OSO
(Last update: 940814)
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