September 13, 2008

Pink Floyd - Wembley 1974




Pink Floyd ~ Wembley 1974

Great quality pre FM recording.
The whole of 'Dark Side' is played & at times
sounds very natural and jammy compared to
some later 'album perfect' performances.
You also get a stunning version of Echoes.
It's in 192kb/s mp3 so at just over 100Mb
it's an easy download for everybody.
regards
Titus

Speak to Me
Breathe
On the Run
Time/Breathe (reprise)
The Great Gig In the Sky
Money
Us and Them
Any Colour You Like
Brain Damage
Eclipse



Offficially released as part of the Immersion Box Set
Thanks to:

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

thanks alot. do you have anymore the band.

Patrick said...

Hey, just came to comment and say I love the blog! I got the SRV performance from Philly from '87; his version of Ain't Gone N Give Up On Love is the best playing I've ever heard of Stevie, and the quality is phenomenal. Still gives me chills to this day.

Do you have any more great quality Stevie boots? I'd love to see some more... I've been coming across some myself, and that Philly show led me here.

Great stuff, keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Thanks!

AtticRock said...

Hi Patrick, I have some more SRV recordings, it would help if you could tell me what shows are you looking for in particular.
Thanks for the nice words about the blog.

Cheers

Anonymous said...

Live called : "The Great Gig In The Sky"
Empire Pool, Wembley, London, UK, 16 november 1974

Anonymous said...

It's been called many things.
I call it "Wembley 1974"
Titus

Patrick said...

Well I don't have any particular requests.. I would prefer shows of the best quality posted first, and I'd say my era that I am digging now is the '85-'87 era. Ain't Gone N Give Up On Love is my new favorite track that he does live, so if you have any killer quality shows with some slow blues on it, I'd really appreciate the upload.

But my main preference is quality first.

Again, love the posts! SRV was one of the greatest.

Anonymous said...

Just heard the news:
Tuesday, September 16, 2008; 5:24 AM

Pink Floyd founder Richard Wright dies at 65

LONDON (Reuters) - Pink Floyd keyboard player and founding member Richard Wright died on Monday after a short battle with cancer, his spokesman said.
He was 65. Wright, singer, songwriter and guitarist Syd Barrett, guitarist Roger Waters and drummer Nick Mason founded the band that became Pink Floyd in the 1960s when they were students. Pink Floyd went on to become one of the biggest names in rock.

Sadly missed, my favourite Floyd song is Rick's 'Summer 68' from the Atom Heart Mother album.
I shall listen to it tonight.
Titus
Titus

AtticRock said...

I read it today on the newspaper, sad day to all music lovers.

Anonymous said...

amazing piece of jewelry, great sound quality, what a great taste in your ears when you find a great performance like this, wasnt even born in 1974 but listening to this gig makes me imagine of the great atmosphere taking place there, greetings from mazatlan, mexico!
keep this great blog alive!

Charly said...

The rar file I downloaded did not include Echoes or the tune-up preceding it... Anybody else have that problem? Great recording otherwise! Thanks for posting!

Titus said...

AtticRock has reposted it without the Tune up/Echoes. Perhaps he only has the DSOTM part?

AtticRock said...

That's right, my version doesn't has
Tune Up/Echoes on it.

DaveRobFreeman said...

My first concert was this Floyd tour at the Hollywood Bowl. They opened he show at dusk with the heartbeat in quadraphonic separation going from speaker tower to speaker tower in separation. My buddy and were in the middle of the heart-psychedelic man!

carter said...

Damn! I downloaded it for Echoes, and THEN read the comments. LOL

Great boot blog!

AtticRock said...

Sorry, I just updated the track listing

Anonymous said...

It's been officially released in the new Deluxe Dark Side Of The Moon remaster.