Pink Floyd – 11/03/1987 – Atlanta, GA


Pink Floyd
The Omni Coliseum
Atlanta, GA
Nov 3-5, 1987

Would You Buy A Ticket To This Show? The DVD Soundtrack

CD 1:
Shine On You Crazy Diamond
Signs Of Life
Learning To Fly
Yet Another Movie/Round and Around
A New Machine Part 1
Terminal Frost
A New Machine Part 2
The Dogs of War
On the Turning Away

CD 2:
One of these Days
On the Run
Wish you were Here
Us and Them
Comfortably Numb
One Slip
Run Like Hell

Source: Promo VHS

HHO presents WYBATTTS – The DVD Soundtrack. After listening to the audio in my car for a few weeks, I feel it’s worthy of a separate release. After conferring with my partner Sydb, the decision was made to go forward with the audio release.

The original DV-AVI capture was used. The audio was already in wav form at 16/48. I resampled the audio in CEP2 using the highest quality setting. Track splitting was done using CDWAV.


Audio transfer by Arnold_Layne
Artwork by Gabi

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Pink Floyd – 03/15/1973 – Philadelphia, PA


Pink Floyd
Dark Soundboard Of Philadelphia
Spectrum Theater
Philadelphia, PA
March 15, 1973

1. Speak To Me 1:13
2. Breathe 3:00
3. On The Run 4:56
4. Time + Breathe (Reprise) 6:32
5. The Great Gig In The Sky 6:41
6. Radio Announcer + Money 8:00
7. Us & Them 7:26
8. Any Colour You Like 7:26
9. Brain Damage 3:43
10. Eclipse + Radio Announcer 1:55

Total Time: 51:16

Special Thanks : WNEW Radio, Peley Pounder and LSD – 25

The D.S.O.P RoIO cover Shows a clear “‘Live at Spectrum Theater, Philadelphia, 15-03-73 – special thanks WNEW Radio, Peley – pounder and LSD-25” it’s indeed a NY radio broadcast of a Dark Side performance, but it’s the 1974 Wembley, London and not the 1973 Spectrum, Philadelphia show.

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Pink Floyd – 11/01/1987 – Miami, FL

Pink Floyd
Orange Bowl
Miami, FL
November 1st, 1987

Disc 1
01. Intro- [0:09]
02. Shine On You Crazy Diamond [11:56]
03. Signs Of Life [4:43]
04. Learning To Fly [5:24]
05. Yet Another Movie / Round And Around [7:54]
06. A New Machine (Part 1) / Terminal Frost / A New Machine (Part 2) [9:07]
07. Sorrow [9:15]
08. The Dogs Of War [8:09]
09. On The Turning Away [9:21]

Disc 2
01. One Of These Days [7:07]
02. Time [5:03]
03. On The Run [4:34]
04. Wish You Were Here [4:41]
05. Welcome To The Machine [8:29]
06. Us And Them [8:07]
07. Money [8:35]
08. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) [5:50]
09. Comfortably Numb [10:46]
10. One Slip [6:20]
11. Run Like Hell (Fades Out) [4:13]

A superb sounding SBD with a few flaws which I fixed, with the agreement of orignal poster ‘logon2’.

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Pink Floyd – 09/17/1969 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Pink Floyd
September 17, 1969
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Part I – The Man
1. Introduction 1:00
2. Daybreak 8:11
3. Work 3:53
4. Teatime 3:34
5. Afternoon 5:13
6. Doing It 4:03
7. Sleep 4:37
8. Nightmare 9:14
9. Daybreak (Part Two) 1:21

Part II – The Journey
1. The Beginning 4:55
2. Beset By The Creatures Of The Deep 6:27
3. The Narrow Way 5:13
4. The Pink Jungle 4:48
5. The Labyrinths Of Auximenes 6:39
6. Behold The Temple Of Light 5:31
7. The End Of The Beginning 6:54

 This is the complete soundboard source as recorded by Hilversum 3 Radio

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Pink Floyd – Total Eclipse Compilation





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Pink Floyd – 09/13/1994 – Torino, Italy


Pink Floyd
Stadio delle Alpi
Torino, Italy

Soundboard Recording
“A Passage of Time”


01. Intro
02. Astronomy Domine
03. Learning to Fly
04. What Do You Want From Me
05. On the Turning Away
06. Take It Back
07. A Great Day for Freedom
08. Sorrow
09. Keep Talking
10. One of These Days
11. Shine on You Crazy Diamond (pt 1-5, 7)


01. Breathe
02. Time
03. High Hopes
04. The Great Gig in the Sky
05. Wish You Were Here
06. Us and Them
07. Money
08. Another Brick in the Wall
09. Comfortably Numb
10. Hey You
11. Run Like Hell


Contains the only known sbd version of On the Turning Away from The Division Bell Tour.


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Pink Floyd – 08/17/1988 – Auburn Hills, MI


The Palace
Auburn Hills, Michigan


20.MONEY pt. 1
21.MONEY pt. 2 (TAPE FLIP)

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Pink Floyd – 02/19/1988 – Melbourne, Australia


Pink Floyd
Tennis Center,
Melbourne, Australia
February 19th, 1988

— Set 1 —
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond I-V
2. Signs Of Life
3. Learning To Fly
4. Yet Another Movie > Round And Around
5. A New Machine I
6. Terminal Frost
7. A New Machine II
8. Sorrow
9. The Dogs Of War
10. On The Turning Away

— Set 2 —
1. One Of These Days
2. Time
3. On The Run
4. Wish You Were Here
5. Welcome To The Machine
6. Us And Them
7. Money
8. Another Brick In The Wall II
9. Comfortably Numb

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Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon (Alan Parson’s Mix)


Pink Floyd
Alan Parson – The Dark Side of the Moon Quadraphonic Mix

01 Speak To Me… Breathe [Quadrophonic Mix]
02 On The Run [Quadrophonic Mix]
03 Time [Quadrophonic Mix]
04 The Great Gig In The Sky [Quadraphonic Mix]
05 Money [Quadrophonic Mix]
06 Us And Them [Quadrophonic Mix]
07 Any Colour You Like [Quadrophonic Mix]
08 Brain Damage [Quadrophonic Mix]
09 Eclipse [Quadrophonic Mix]
10 On The Run [Rehearsal]
11 Us And Them [Part 2][Rehearsal]
12 Eclipse [Rehearsal]
13 Us And Them [Part 2][Rehearsal]
14 Brain Damage [Rehearsal]

01 Speak To Me… Breathe [Alternate Remix]
02 On The Run [Alternate Remix]
03 Time [Alternate Remix]
04 The Great Gig In The Sky [Alternate Remix]
05 Money [Alternate Remix]
06 Us And Them [Alternate Remix]
07 Any Colour You Like [Alternate Remix]
08 Brain Damage [Alternate Remix]
09 Eclipse [Alternate Remix]
10 Money [Acoustic Demo]
11 Time [Rough Mix]
12 Brain Damage [Rough Mix]
13 Eclipse [Rough Mix]
14 Us And Them [Rough Mix]


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Pink Floyd – 1980 – The Wall Rehearsals



Pink Floyd
The Wall Rehearsals
Elephant Records
Recorded Live at The Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California
January xx, 1980

Stereo Soundboard Recording

Disc 1
01. The Thin Ice
02. Another Brick In The Wall Part 1
03. The Happiest Days Of Our Live
04. Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
05. Mother
06. Goodbye Blue Sky
07. What Shall We Do Now?
08. Young Lust
09. One Of My Turns
10. Another Brick In The Wall Part 3
11. Hey You
12. Is There Anybody Out There?
13. Nobody Home
14. Vera
15. Bring The Boys Back Home
16. Comfortably Numb
17. The Show Must Go On
18. Murderistic Women
19. An Effervescing Elelephant

Notes: This is an early concert rehearsal for The Wall at the Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, California in January 1980. Interesting to hear Roger Waters going off on everybody from people with set props to sound engineers..

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Pink Floyd – 08/09/1980 – London, UK



Pink Floyd
Earls Court, London, England

“Soundboard on the Wall”

Set List:

Disc One:

01. In The Flesh? (first two notes cut)
02. The Thin Ice
03. Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 1
04. The Happiest Days of Our Lives
05. Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2
06. Mother
07. Goodbye Blue Sky
08. Empty Spaces
09. Young Lust
10. One Of My Turns
11. Don’t Leave Me Now
12. Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 3
13. Goodbye Cruel World

Disc Two:

01. Hey You
02. Is There Anybody Out There?
03. Nobody Home
04. Vera
05. Bring The Boys Back Home
06. Comforatbly Numb
07. The Show Must Go On
08. MC/ In The Flesh
09. Run Like Hell
10. Waiting For The Worms
11. Stop
12. The Trial
13. Outside The Wall

This recording is the best recording that we can just download. This recording is a pure soundboard recording without any further questions. Some people say that this a good audience recording and remasterd. Can you tell. Listen, do you think this is an audience recording? This recording was diginally remastered with good eqiptment. Like they ever needed to remaster it in the first place.

Enjoy this…


Source: Soundboard



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Pink Floyd – 08/06/1980 – London, UK



Pink Floyd
“Bars In the Window”
Earl’s Court, London, England
August 6th 1980

Disc 1 (54:05m)
1. MC:Atmos (2:04m)
2. In The Flesh? (2:58m)
3. The Thin Ice (2:45m)
4. Another Brick In The Wall (part I) (3:54m)
5. The Happiest Days of our Lives (1:47m)
6. Another Brick In The Wall (part II) (6:09m)
7. Mother (7:42m)
8. Goodbye Blue Sky (2:36m)
9. Empty Spaces / What Shall We Do Now? (5:22m)
10. Young Lust (4:37m)
11. One Of My Turns (3:30m)
12. Don’t Leave Me Now (4:03m)
13. Another Brick In The Wall (part III) (1:15m)
14. The Last Few Bricks (3:56m)
15. Goodbye Cruel World (1:27m)

Disc 2 (51:27m)
1. Hey You (4:21m)
2. Is There Anybody Out There?
3. Nobody Home (3:08m)
4. Vera (1:33m)
5. Bring The Boys Back Home! (1:18m)
6. Comfortably Numb (7:31m)
7. The Show Must Go On (2:37m)
8. MC:Atmos (2:34m)
9. In The Flesh (4:59m)
10. Run Like Hell (6:48m)
11. Waiting For The Worms (4:17m)
12. Stop! (0:29m)
13. The Trial (6:02m)
14. Outside The Wall

This beauty comes directly from the master tapes, while the MoLM release is an FM Broadcast of a 1st gen.  This was obtained directly from the taper, and it’s a remaster of his master tapes (made by himself), but whatever he did,  it sounds wonderful. Amazing show, you are not to miss this one.

Furry_Animal &
The Greedy :)


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Pink Floyd – 05/09/1977 – Oakland, CA



Pink Floyd
Oakland Coliseum
Oakland, CA

1. Sheep
2. Pigs On The Wing (part 1)
3. Dogs
4. Pigs On The Wing (part 2)
5. Pigs (Three Different Ones)
6. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 1-5)
7. Welcome To The Machine
8. Have A Cigar
9. Wish You Were Here
10. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 6-9)
11. Money
12. Us And Them
13. Careful With That Axe, Eugene

Widely regarded as the best Pink Floyd live bootleg, this recording could almost pass for an official release. Pulled from the archives of Pink Floyd’s 1977 tour in support of Animals, this is a very unique show that features a huge “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” segue into several Floyd classics including “Welcome to the Machine” > “Have a Cigar” > “Wish You Were Here” back into the “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” finale that contains some mind-blowing improv jamming not heard on the Wish You Were Herestudio album. Also featured here is a masterful performance of my favorite Pink Floyd song of all time, “Dogs” (check out the jam starting at 3:25- three minutes of musical perfection), and the haunting encore, “Careful With That Axe, Eugene” (the last one ever performed live by the band). I can’t stress enough how perfect David Gilmour’s tone is on this recording.

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Pink Floyd – 05/01/1977 – Fort Worth, TX


Pink Floyd
Fort Worth, Texas
May 1, 1977
“Iron Pigs On Fire”

silver CDs

Pigs On The Wing (part one)
Pigs On The Wing (part two)
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (pts 1-5)
Welcome To The Machine
Have A Cigar
Wish You Were Here
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (pts 6-9)
Applause (encore break)
Us And Them

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Pink Floyd – 04/26/1975 – Los Angeles, CA


Pink Floyd
“Echoes From The Past (Platinum Edition)”
Sports Arena
Los Angeles, CA

01. Intro
02. Raving and Drooling
03. You’ve Gotta Be Crazy
04. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (1-5)
05. Have a Cigar
06. Shine on You Crazy Diamond (6-9)
07. “Sit down and enjoy the show…”
08. Speak to Me
09. Breath
10. On the Run
11. Time
12. The Great Gig in the Sky
13. Money
14. Us and Them
15. Any Colour You Like
16. Brain Damage
17. Eclipse
18. Echoes

Label – Digital Reproductions DR 42675-4

There are many Pink Floyd RoIOs out there. Most of them are audience recordings
and pretty difficult to listen to. This one, however, has to be the best audience
recording of an old Floyd show ever. This rivals the Boston Garden show for quality,
IMHO. If you’re a Floyd fan, don’t miss this one!

The Digital Dan Review:
An incredible audience show from the Sports Arena in Los Angeles, California
on April 26, 1975. This is the complete master tape source, so complete that
you here the taper testing the mics as the show starts. The sound is nothing
short of astounding. Incredibly clear and quite devoid of almost any fan noise.
The bass is well captured, deep and powerful with no distortion whatsoever. The
highs are also very crisp and not the least bit of harshness. In other words,
the mix is just about perfect as if it were a soundboard. I think I have a good
idea who taped this show and it explains a lot. There are a few things that make
this recording truly unique. First, the pre-release versions of Sheep (Raving
and Drooling) and Dogs (You Gotta Be Crazy). Raving and Drooling is much
different instrumentally during the jam sections than is the album version,
including some rhythm guitar that sounds like disco-funk! The lyrics to You
Gotta Be Crazy are quite different from the album version of Dogs. Even Roger
calls it a rather “mean” song. “Any Colour You Like” is the great jam version
and this is the last tour with performances of “Echoes” in its entirety. All
and all this recording is absolutely amazing for its age and one that you will
definitely want in your collection.

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Pink Floyd – 11/16/1974 – London, UK


Pink Floyd
Empire Pool
Wembley, London, UK
“We Meet Again”
November 16, 1974



This is a 60% SBD, 25% AUD1, 15% AUD2 mix.
– Mixed by [email protected]


Notes on the Source Material

I love the fact that all 3 sources were raw. It doesn’t sound or look like any noise reduction, EQing or any other DSP (digital sound processing) was done. It was an honor and a privilege to work on this project. It was also very very cool to be sitting at my workstation, working on 3 impressive recordings, in such beautiful condition, 33 years after the fact. Incredible.

Very clear, well balanced and a clean PreFM source. However, this is much more like a straight SBD feed than a PreFM.  Many PreFM sources I have heard have some element of a live feel. Either b/c there is a “live mic” feed (a microphone used to capture the sound of the room) or a similar technique where a microphone is used to capture the crowd, i.e. cheers, etc. On this recording the only way the room or crowd is heard at all is b/c it is being picked up thru the mics set up for the vocals. The result is an extremely dry and flat sound making this an ideal source to use in a mix with an AUD recording(s).

I find this to be the better of the two AUD recordings used in this mix. Without a doubt this recording is made much closer to the PA stacks than the AUD2 recording. This recording is very well balanced with good dynamic range and little to no hiss. The low hiss and limited speed fluctuations tells me that this is indeed a digital recording made off the masters. A very interesting note is I could not find any evidence of a tape flip. Was a quick flip done and a small patch used from AUD2? Maybe. Was this recording on a 120 min cassette or possible a 60 min Reel? Maybe. The only disappointment with the AUD1 recording is that it is missing the encore, Echoes.

Although not as punchy and clear an audience recording as the AUD1 source, this is still a very good recording. Made from further back in the venue this recording also has low hiss and limited speed fluctuations and tells me that this is digital transcription made off the masters. A long tape flip lasting 1 min and 36.33 seconds in Any Colour You Like is the only missing portion.


Notes on the Sound

The PreFM (or SBD) source sounds great. Conceptually all I was trying to do here is to add some dimension to the SBD, which is dry but very crisp, by using the ambience of the AUDs.

The PreFM sounds much more like a studio recording than a live recording. I have a hunch that a completely different feed was setup for the BBC recording than the mix that was sent over the PA. Evidence for that is found on sound “Sample_6”. On that sample you can clearly hear that reverb has been added to the vocals on the PA mix but is not present on the BBC recording. Not just reverb but other effects are lacking throughout, leaving an unnatural tone to Gilmour’s guitar among other shortcomings. His sound is noticeably flat and completely lacking that warm, wonderful tone that is the trademark of Gilmour. This is a huge reason why I find this matrix mix to not only be a much better representation of this live show but also a more pleasant listening experience than the dry BBC mix. Your mileage may vary.

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Pink Floyd – 11/16/1974 – London, UK

Pink Floyd
“BBC Archives 1974”
London, Wembley Empire Pool
November 16, 1974

01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe
03. On The Run
04. Time
05. The Great Gig In The Sky
06. Money
07. Us And Them
08. Any Colour You Like
09. Brain Damage
10. Eclipse
11. Echoes

Liner notes:

In the spirit of our previous “BBC Archives” series (after “BBC Archives 1967-1969” and “BBC Archives 1970-1971”), Harvested is proud to finally present “BBC Archives 1974”! In 1974, the BBC taped the second set (The Dark Side On The Moon) and the encore (Echoes) of the Floyd performance at Wembley Empire Pool, on November 16. However, Echoes was never broadcast, and for many years only the DSOTM set was circulating from broadcast sources.

In recent years, recordings taken from the BBC pre-FM tapes began to circulate, some of them including the long lost soundboard version of Echoes. However, none of these RoIOs are fully sonically satisfactory in our opinion. Most of them are processed and used some kind of noise reduction, sometimes very slightly (the Sirene releases), and other times more heavily (the Winston remasters, “Time In London”) The rare, unprocessed versions currently circulating, like the “FM Pre-Master” Russian bootleg, are pleasant but not without a certain amount of hiss, which reveals that the lineage was not without some generational loss. The hiss from the unprocessed versions available until now is probably one of the reasons why so much NR was used on the various remaster projects.

After much research, Harvested found a superior source, totally unprocessed, with much less hiss than the other unprocessed versions circulating until now. A spectral analysis of the audio file showed that this source was very pure and could be the result of direct transfer from the BBC masters.

However, it is well known that the BBC mastering of that concert sounds rather dry and flat, especially the DSOTM set and our source was no exception. Therefore, we felt this new source needed the “Harvested treatment,” in order to make this recording really shine, with good dynamics. The remastering was done very carefully in an attempt to leave the music intact, avoiding NR, dehissing, or any other processing that would generate artifacts. The majority of the remastering work consisted of adjusting the audio levels, balancing the recording when needed, and bringing more clarity and depth by applying specific EQ settings here and there. The final result sounds great to our ears and this version boasts excellent dynamics and a well defined high end without the flaws present on most of the other sources. This CD is free from all NR artifacts, the amount of hiss is minimal, and the low frequency noise that can be clearly heard on all of the currently circulating versions of Echoes (especially during the quiet parts) is not present here.

“BBC Archives 1974″ brings you this famous BBC recording in its most complete form (the lines,”I’ve been mad for f*cking years…,” as well as the applause and tuning between Eclipse and Echoes are present), offering the best possible quality for your listening pleasure! “

For those of you who’d like to know how this Harvested version compares with other pre-FM RoIOs from the same concert, comparative analysis is detailed here after.


The Harvested Team.

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Pink Floyd – 06/22/1974 – Colmar, France


Pink Floyd
Parc de Expositions
Colmar, France
June 22, 1974


01 – Shine On You Crazy Diamond 25:25
02 – Raving and Drooling 10:40
03 – Echoes 26:06

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Pink Floyd – 09/30/1971 – London, UK

Pink Floyd
Paris Cinema
London, UK.
September 30, 1971

01 – John Peel Intro
02 – Fat Old Sun
03 – One Of These Days
04 – The Embryo
05 – Echoes
06 – Blues

A live recording for the BBC Radio One’s Sound Of The Seventeies programme in which the band performed ‘The Embryo’, ‘Blues’, ‘Fat Old Sun’, ‘One Of These Days’, ‘Echoes’. The programme was broadcast on 12.10.71 at 10:00pm but omitted ‘The Embryo’ and ‘Blues’. for unexplained reasons these were broadcast later on WNEW radio, New York, which had been sent the tapes by BBC. Subsequent transcription discs also omitted these 2 tracks to make a 60 minutes broadcast.

This was the first time two key songs were performed on the BBC – Echoes (at one point it was called The Return Of The Son Of Nothing) and One Of These Days.
(Sourced from the re-Broadcast on BBC Digital, May 29, 2006)

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Pink Floyd with Frank Zappa – 10/25/1969




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