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Format: CD
Catalog: WORK 5520
Misc.: Limited Edition
Produced: 1991
Date: 741116
Matrix: Disc 1:
Cover: The packaging is of Superior quality and is 12" LP sized, slip case gatefold box. Front: Person (man) sitting in fetal position "PINK FLOYD" at top of cover "Brain Damage-Screaming Abdabs-London Wembley 16 Nov 1974" at bottom
Sources: 16 Nov 1974 Wembley
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      Disc:  1
       1. Speak to Me                                          2:03 
       2. Breathe                                              2:52 
       3. Time                                                 5:11 
       4. On the Run                                           6:05 
       5. The Great Gig in the Sky                             6:38 
       6. Money                                                7:39 
       7. Us and Them                                          7:37 
       8. Any Colour You Like                                  7:25 
       9. Brain Damage                                         3:33 
      10. Eclipse                                              1:59 
      11. Shine On You Crazy Diamond                          19:43 
          Total Time:                                         70:49 

      Roger Waters 
      Nick Mason 
      David Gilmour 
      Rick Wright 

  • EX
Comments: Back Cover has the following text: Live recorded in London Wembley Arena Palais Des Sports, Paris,France, 1974 by Dick Adams & P Moll. Assistant Engineer: Paul Rolf. Produced by Dick Adams for Men At Work. Line Up: David Gilmour Vocals, Guitar, VCS3. Nick Mason Percussion, tape effects. Richard Wright Keyboards, Vocals, VCS3. Roger Waters Bass guitar, Vocals, VCS3, tape effects. Note: Track 11: first live performance, completely different version.

Also included with the box are: A yellow sticker that has the title etc on it. (probably attached to the shrink wrap at original purchase) A "business card" That contains the track listings and the material stated above as on the back cover. Also a small strip of paper containing all the "legal" b.s.

This is an excellent recording... not sure about the origin of SOYCD. The quality of the packaging is second to none. The guys are in good form during this recording and the SQ is above average for the time period as far as recordings go.

IMO this is definately worth searching for, if there's any still around. - PINK

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