Pink Floyd - Cow Palace '75 album download
|1-1||Raving And Drooling||11:46|
|1-2||You Gotta Be Crazy||10:12|
|1-3||Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)||12:25|
|14||Have A Cigar||5:36|
|1-5||Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)||12:34|
|2-1||Speak To Me||4:25|
|2-3||On The Run||4:35|
|2-4||Time / Breathe (Reprise)||6:36|
|2-5||The Great Gig In The Sky||7:19|
|2-7||Us And Them||7:31|
|2-8||Any Colour You Like||8:42|
NotesLive in San Francisco, CA, Cow Palace, April 13, 1975.
|Blue Cafe-248A/B/C||Pink Floyd||Sound Definition (3xCDr, Unofficial)||Blue Cafe||Blue Cafe-248A/B/C||Japan||2009|
|RP-986 3S||Pink Floyd||Prism (2xLP, Album, Unofficial)||Rekord||RP-986 3S||Norway||Unknown|
|G.R. 515/516/517||Pink Floyd||Riding The Cow (3xCD, Unofficial)||The Godfatherecords||G.R. 515/516/517||2010|
Completed in 1941, it hosted the San Francisco Warriors of the NBA from 1962 to 1964 and again from 1966 to 1971
Notes: Pink Floyd’s 1975 tour has received much attention the past couple of years from labels. Riding The Cow focuses upon the April 13th San Francisco show, the second of two nights in the Cow Palace and the fourth overall. Godfather is the first CD release of the old vinyl Prism (RP-986 3S - PINK-SF-A/D) released many years ago. The recording is very good and enjoyable with a pronounced emphasis on the top end.
Notes: Pink Floyd’s 1975 tour has received much attention the past couple of years from labels.
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Few Pink Floyd fans can read those words, taken from a chapter heading of The Wind in the Willows by the band’s fey original leader, Syd Barrett, without a twinge of sadness. And the cow on the cover is a similar piece of absurdism. It’s just a cow. All that you can forgive. But this nonsense begins with faintly recorded horns as an intro into a six-part not-so-magnum opus. 154. Seamus, Meddle (1971): Like Sonic Youth, Pink Floyd was so bad when it started (the first album aside) that even with exponential growth it took five or six efforts before they released a listenable album. This is the last song on the first side, a raggedy, kind of acoustic number, mumbled, with terrible sound.