Soon to see release is this Pink Floyd disk “From Abbey Road to Britannia Row”. Subtitled ‘The Extraction tapes’ this CD features that rarest of beasts. Unissued Pink Floyd studio outtakes. Remember the fuss that came around the Beatles ‘John Barrett’ tapes or the ‘Revolution’ leak? This could, subjectively, be Pink Floyd’s answer to that.
Wish You Were Here:
Wish You Were Here (Parts 1-9) (Never released this way before)
Welcome To The Machine (Studio demo 1975)
Have A Cigar (Studio demo 1975)
Sheep (Different Studio Version)
Dogs (Different Studio Version)
Pigs (Three Different Ones) (Different Studio Version)
Consisting of outtakes collected from both the “Wish You Were Here” and “Animals” albums, the disk is the first time that any of the outtakes have been released in this format.
A very exciting time for PF collectors.
this title has now been released as a double LP in a gatefold jacket.
I believe the bootlegger is European on a new label, ‘Extraction’. The disk should be around very soon.
Very interested in this one! Thanks for the soundclip link, Stuart. Is it Japanese? Do we have a label for this yet?
Heres a sample I was sent from the vinyl release of these takes. Of course because it’s from a vinyl release it’s a little crackly but the silver disk release will be straight from the tapes – https://soundcloud.com/collectorsmusicreviews/raving-and-drooling
Animals alternates? This release has the potential to be “mindblowing”.