Format: 2LP
Catalog: RG 5003 ROCKWELL & GOOD
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Date: 690808
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Sources: 69 - 71 Side 1: Plumpton, England 08th August 1969 Side 2: Hannover July 1970 Side 3: Sheffield 22th December 1970 Side 4: Berlin 05th June 1971


      Side One:
       1. The Journey

      Side Two:
       1. The Liberest Spacement  (Corrosion)
       2. Embryo

      Side Three:
       1. Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast

      Side Four:
       1. Return Of The Son Of Nothing

      Roger Waters*
      Rick Wright*
      Nick Mason*
      David Gilmour*

Xref: Side 3: Allen's Psychedelic Breakfast Psychedelic Night Side 4: Mauerspechte (2CD) Berlin 71
  • Poor -ANON
Comments: "The Journey" is just the instrumental part of the concept piece. (ie. The Labyrinths of Auximenes --> end). "Corrosion" is quite strange instrumental piece. It has also Waters shouting something which reminds me of Several Species... I haven't heard this one before. "The Embryo" is the "normal" live version, with long instrumental passage. "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" is slightly different from album version, nothing special. Echoes has early alternative lyrics. It's the same version that appears on Mauerspecthe CD roio. -ANON

All tracks (with the exception of Corrosion) appear in better sound quality on other bootlegs, the only thing to make this one special is side 2, with Corrosion (which sounds familiar, kinda like a cross between The Journey and Several Species) and a rare intro to the embryo (I think it's Roger, still in his Several Species voice, babbling through the microphone while announcing the next tune, but then again, the sound quality is so bad, that it destroys most of the fun. -GERHARD

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