Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd collectables, box sets, and rarities. No rock vinyl collection is complete without these hard-to-find releases from the psychedelic prog rocker innovators.

PACKAGING: 2 x Blue vinyl LPs in gatefold with printed inner sleeves

Pink Floyd Records is releasing a 25th anniversary edition of ‘The Division Bell’, the band’s 1994 multi-million selling album that included the Grammy Award winning track Marooned (Best Rock Instrumental Performance). Set for release on June 7th,  this 25th anniversary edition will be available on translucent blue vinyl (echoing the original limited blue vinyl release in 1994).

‘The Division Bell’ was the last studio album to be recorded by the band: David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The album debuted at No 1 in the UK, the USA, Australia and New Zealand, staying at the top of the US charts for 4 weeks; it also went to No 1 in six other countries and, to date, has reached total album sales of over 12 million. The album was recorded by the band at Astoria and Britannia Row Studios with the majority of the lyrics being written by Polly Samson and David Gilmour.

‘The Division Bell’ contains 11 tracks including A Great Day For Freedom, Keep Talking (featuring a sampled Stephen Hawking), High Hopes, and Pink Floyd’s only Grammy-awarded track, the instrumental ‘Marooned’. A video for Marooned was made for the 20th Anniversary Immersion release of the album and has now had almost 25 million views. The highly acclaimed video, directed by Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis, was shot on location in Chernobyl and also includes incredible footage from space taken by NASA. The author Douglas Adams suggested the title, based on a line of Polly Samson’s lyrics from ‘High Hopes’, referring to the parliamentary bell used to alert politicians to return to the House.





Side 1



1.       Cluster One


2.       What Do You Want From Me


3.       Poles Apart


Side 2



1.       Marooned


2.       A Great Day For Freedom


3.       Wearing The Inside Out








Side 3



1.       Take It Back


2.       Coming Back To Life


3.       Keep Talking


Side 4



1.       Lost For Words


2.       High Hopes






Pink Floyd PULSE (DVD)



by Pink Floyd

Live performance from the legendary band, recorded live at Earls Court in London on 20th October 1994, and featuring classic tracks such as 'Breathe', 'Money', Us and Them' and 'Comfortably Numb'.

The DVD of this legendary concert video has been restored, re-edited, and remixed by Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour and long-time Floyd producer James Guthrie in to 5.1-channel Dolby Surround Sound for the DVD release.



1.  Shine On You Crazy Diamond

2.  Learning To Fly

3.  High Hopes

4.  Take It Back

5.  Coming Back To Life

6.  Sorrow

7.  Keep Talking

8.  Another Brick In the Wall, (Pt. 2)

9.  One Of These Days


1.  Speak To Me

2.  Breathe In the Air

3.  On The Run

4.  Time

5.  The Great Gig In the Sky

6.  Money

7.  Us and Them

8.  Any Colour You Like

9.  Brain Damage

10. Eclipse

11. Wish You Were Here

12. Comfortably Numb

13. Run Like Hell






by Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd will re-release on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl their 1971 compilation album ‘RELICS’. Remastered in 2018 by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman. This re-release comes almost 50 years since the original pressing.

‘RELICS’, Pink Floyd’s first ‘compilation’ album, includes singles, B-sides, tracks from their first three albums ‘The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn’, ‘A Saucerful of Secrets’ and ‘More’. Also, the then-previously unreleased Roger Waters song, Biding My Time, recorded in July 1969 and first released on ‘Relics’ in May 1971. ‘Relics’ was the first album to include Arnold Layne and See Emily Play, which previously had only been released as singles, and the original studio recording of Careful with That Axe, Eugene, the B-side of Point Me At The Sky in 1968.

Keeping true to the original artwork, the sleeve features the black and white drawings by Nick Mason, carrying the iconic subtitle ‘A Bizarre Collection of Antiques & Curios’. All tracks are the original stereo versions, which sit alongside the Syd Barrett-era, mono mixed singles Arnold Layne and See Emily Play.



  1. Arnold Layne
  2. Interstellar Overdrive
  3. See Emily Play
  4. Remember a Day
  5. Paint Box


  1. Julia Dream
  2. Careful with That Axe, Eugene
  3. Cirrus Minor
  4. The Nile Song
  5. Biding My Time
  6. Bike
Pink Floyd merch PULSE (LIVE) 4LP Boxset // PREORDER

PULSE LIVE (Vinyl 4LP Boxset)

by Pink Floyd

‘PULSE’, originally released in 1995, was compiled by James Guthrie, using various performances from the band’s 1994 Division Bell tour across the UK and Europe featuring David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The album includes ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ performed in full live, as well as a whole side dedicated to the show’s encore.

The 4-LP set includes four different inner sleeves, each inside individual outer sleeves, plus a 52-page hardback photo book, all encased in a thick card slipcase. This 2018 release was remastered from the original tapes by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman. Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis and Peter Curzon, who worked on the original art with the late Hipgnosis co-founder, Storm Thorgerson, recreated the art package.

Pink Floyd’s ‘PULSE’ will be available on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl from 18 May 2018.



Side One                                                                          

  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5, 7)
  2. Astronomy Domine
  3. What Do You Want From Me 

Side Two

  1. Learning To Fly
  2. Keep Talking
  3. Coming Back To Life


Side One                                                                         

  1. Hey You
  2. A Great Day For Freedom
  3. Sorrow
Side Two
  1. High Hopes
  2. Another Brick In The Wall (Part Two)
  3. Coming Back To Life 


Side One                                                                         

The Dark Side Of The Moon

  1. 1.Speak To Me
  2. Breathe (In The Air)
  3. On The Run
  4. Time

Side Two

  1. The Great Gig In The Sky
  2. Money


Side One

  1. Us And Them
  2. Any Colour You Like
  3. Brain Damage
  4. Eclipse

Side Two


  1. Wish You Were Here
  2. Comfortably Numb
  3. Run Like Hell

    After Roger Waters's departure from Pink Floyd in 1985, remaining members David Gilmour and Nick Mason decided to continue. The massive 155-date world tour that they embarked on in 1988 in the wake of the success of the Momentary Lapse Of Reason album featured one of the most spectacular live shows ever put together. With state-of-the-art lights and lasers perfectly synchronised with the music, a stage festooned with huge inflatable beds and pigs and a band featuring up to 10 musicians (including former keyboardist Rick Wright), it all had to be organised and executed with military precision.

    As a consequence, the music on this double live album does not contain much room for innovation or departure from the already scrupulously structured studio tracks. In some cases, as on "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" and "Wish You Were Here" the results are relatively disappointing. In others, as on "The Dogs Of War", "Money" and "Another Brick In The Wall" there is enough added zest and energy to justify new versions. In general, the tracks taken from Momentary Lapse Of Reason appear in somewhat enhanced renditions.

    Double 180 gram vinyl in gatefold sleeve

    SIDE A
     1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Live)
     2. Learning To Fly (Live)
     3. Yet Another Movie (Live)
     4. Round And Around (Live)

     SIDE B
    1. Sorrow (Live)
    2. The Dogs Of War (Live)
    3. On The Turning Away (Live)

    SIDE C
    1. One Of These Days (Live)
    2. Time (Live)
    3. Wish You Were Here (Live)
    4. Us And Them (Live)

    SIDE D
    5. Money (Live)
    6. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) (Live)
    7. Comfortably Numb (Live)
    8. Run Like Hell (Live)

    A Collection of Great Dance Songs offers an opportunity to hear some of Pink Floyd’s most timeless, thoughtful, and influential rock music

    Initially released between studio albums The Wall and The Final Cut, this best-of collection cherry picks from Pink Floyd's 1970s material - the era when the band (and they were a band in those days) bestrode the stadiums of the world like light-show leviathans and sold millions of records

    Never mind the dance floor, this a great portable Pink Floyd collection for long car journeys.

    Single LP in single pocket sleeve

    SIDE A
     1. One Of These Days
     2. Money
     3. Sheep

    SIDE B
    1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part One) (1-5)
    2. Wish You Were Here
    3. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
    Interstellar Overdrive (Vinyl)

    Interstellar Overdrive (Vinyl)

    by Pink Floyd

    'This is a previously unreleased 14:57 minute recording from 1966, released in mono at 33 1/3. Also includes a poster, postcard and printed inner sleeve. This is a Records Store Day 2017 exclusive release and is limited to only 4000 copies.


    Side A Tracks:
    1. Interstellar Overdrive
    1969 - Dramatis/Ation (2CD/DVD/Blu-Ray)

    In 1969 Pink Floyd unveiled their 2-part conceptual live production of ‘The Man’ and ‘The Journey’, covering a 24-hour period of dreaming, waking and other activities. Never released in that form, however some of the songs were used on the ‘More’ soundtrack and the ‘Ummagumma’ album. This volume refers back to ‘The Man’ and ‘The Journey’ tour with live performances in Amsterdam and for the BBC in London, but also includes the bonus tracks from the ‘More’ soundtrack that were used in the film but not on record, plus non-album tracks like the early version of Embryo from the Harvest sampler ‘Picnic’.

    Video material includes 20 minutes of ‘The Man’/‘The Journey’ rehearsal at the Royal Festival Hall, directed by Anthony Stern, including Afternoon (Biding My Time), The Beginning (Green Is The Colour), Nightmare (Cymbaline), Beset By Creatures Of The Deep and The End Of The Beginning (the last part of A Saucerful Of Secrets), plus other live performance footage from that year:
    The Man & The Journey live

    TV appearances, rare footage
    Interstellar Overdrive with Frank Zappa
    Replica memorabilia from the period


    CD 1: ‘More’ album non-album tracks  1. Hollywood (non-album track) † 1.21
    2. Theme (Beat version) (Alternative version) † 5.38
    3. More Blues (Alternative version) † 3.49
    4. Seabirds (non-album track) † 4.20
    5. Embryo (from ‘Picnic’, Harvest Records sampler) 4.43
     BBC Radio Session, 12 May 1969:
    6. Grantchester Meadows† 3.36
    7. Cymbaline†  3.38
    8. The Narrow Way† 4.48
    9. Green Is The Colour† 3.21
    10. Careful With That Axe, Eugene† 3.26
     Live at the Paradiso, Amsterdam, 9 August 1969:
    11. Interstellar Overdrive† 4.20
    12. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun† 12.25
    13. Careful With That Axe, Eugene† 10.09
    14. A Saucerful Of Secrets† 13.03
    Total: 68 mins, 50 secs approx.

    CD 2: Part 1: ‘The Man’, Amsterdam, 17 September 1969
    1. Daybreak (Grantchester Meadows)† 8.14
    2. Work†  4.12
    3. Afternoon (Biding My Time)† 6.39
    4. Doing It†  3.54
    5. Sleeping†  4.38
    6. Nightmare (Cymbaline)† 9.15
    7. Labyrinth†  1.10
     Part 2: ‘The Journey’, Amsterdam, 17 September 1969
    8. The Beginning (Green Is The Colour)† 3.25
    9. Beset By Creatures Of The Deep (Careful With That Axe, Eugene)† 6.27
    10. The Narrow Way, Part 3† 5.11
    11. The Pink Jungle (Pow R. Toc H.)† 4.56
    12. The Labyrinths Of Auximines† 3.20
    13. Footsteps / Doors† 3.12
    14. Behold The Temple Of Light† 5.32
    15. The End Of The Beginning (A Saucerful of Secrets)†  6.31
    Total: 76 mins, 36 secs approx..

    DVD/Blu-ray: ‘Forum Musiques’, Paris, France, 22 January 1969:  19.25
    1. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
        David Gilmour interview
    2. A Saucerful Of Secrets 
    3. ‘The Man’ and ‘The Journey’: Royal Festival Hall, London, rehearsal, April 14, 1969: 14.05
       Afternoon (Biding My Time)
       The Beginning (Green Is The Colour)
       Beset By Creatures Of The Deep†
       The End Of The Beginning (A Saucerful Of Secrets)
        Essencer Pop & Blues Festival, Essen, Germany, October 11 1969:  19.14
    4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
    5. A Saucerful Of Secrets
     Music Power & European Music Revolution, Festival Actuel,  27.53
    Amougies Mont de l’Enclus, Belgium, 25 October 1969:
    6, Green Is The Colour
    7. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
    8. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
     9. Interstellar Overdrive with Frank Zappa 11.26
    Total: 71 mins, 14 secs approx.
    1965-67 - Cambridge St/Ation (2CD/DVD/Blu-Ray)

    Covering Syd Barrett’s time with the band, from the pre-EMI demos, through the non-album hit singles and related tracks, the first volume also features previously unreleased tracks like Vegetable Man and In The Beechwoods (newly mixed), plus BBC session recordings. Pink Floyd have also acquired the tapes of an unreleased 1967 concert in Stockholm.

    The DVD/Blu-ray includes historic TV performances plus some of Pink Floyd’s own film material:

    Early 1965 recordings and early singles
    Vegetable Man, In The Beechwoods, John Latham, Stockholm concert

    Promo clips, TV appearances, rare footage
    Replica memorabilia from the period


    CD 1: 1965 Recordings*:  1. Lucy Leave*  2.57
    2. Double O Bo*  2.57
    3. Remember Me*  2.46
    4. Walk With Me Sydney* 3.11
    5. Butterfly*  3.00
    6. I’m A King Bee*   3.13
    7. Arnold Layne  2.57
    8. See Emily Play  8.57
    9.   Apples And Oranges 3.05
    10. Candy And A Currant Bun 2.45
    11. Paintbox  3.48
    12. Matilda Mother (2010 mix) 4.01
    13. Jugband Blues (2010 mix)† 3.01
    14. In The Beechwoods (2010 mix)† 4.43
    15. Vegetable Man (2010 mix)† 2.32
    16. Scream Thy Last Scream (2010 mix)† 4.43
    Total: 50 mins, 32 secs approx.
    Tracks 1-11 mono. Tracks 12-16 stereo
    *including Rado Klose on guitar and Juliette Gale on vocals on ‘Walk With Me Sydney’

    CD 2: Live in Stockholm 1967:  1. Introduction†  0.25
    2. Reaction in G†  7.18
    3. Matilda Mother†  5.34
    4. Pow R. Toc H.†  11.56
    5. Scream Thy Last Scream† 4.00
    6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun†  7.17
    7. See Emily Play†  3.16
    8. Interstellar Overdrive† 8.57
    John Latham (studio recordings 1967)
    9.   John Latham Version 1† 4.32
    10. John Latham Version 2† 5.06
    11. John Latham Version 3† 3.45
    12. John Latham Version 4† 2.59
    13. John Latham Version 5† 2.48
    14. John Latham Version 6† 3.17
    15. John Latham Version 7† 2.36
    16. John Latham Version 8† 2.49
    17. John Latham Version 9† 2.38
    Total: 79 mins, 13 secs approx.
    Tracks 1-8 recorded live Sept 10, 1967 at Gyllene Cirkeln, Stockholm, Sweden
    Tracks 9-17 recorded at De Lane Lea Studios, London, 20 October 1967
    All tracks stereo

    1. Chapter 24: Syd Barrett in the Gog Magog Hills, Cambridgeshire, UK 1966 / Pink Floyd at EMI Studios, London, April 1967  3.40
    2. Nick’s Boogie†: recording Interstellar Overdrive and Nick’s Boogie at Sound Techniques Studio, Chelsea, January 11, 1967/      6.36  Live at UFO, The Blarney Club, London, January 13, 1967
    3. Interstellar Overdrive: ‘Scene – Underground’ UFO at The Blarney Club, London, January 27, 1967 4.15
    4. Arnold Layne: promo video. Wittering Beach, UK, early 1967  2.54
    5. Pow R. Toc H. / Astronomy Domine: plus Syd Barrett and Roger Waters interview: BBC ‘The Look Of The Week’ – BBC Studios,         9.22  London, May 14, 1967
    6. The Scarecrow: ‘Pathé Pictorial’, UK, July 1967 2.05
    7. Jugband Blues: ‘London Line’ promo video, 1967, London  2.58
    8. Apples And Oranges: plus Dick Clark interview: ‘American Bandstand’, Los Angeles, USA, November 7, 1967  4.51
    9. Instrumental Improvisation†: BBC ‘Tomorrow’s World’, London, December 12, 1967 2.11
    10. Instrumental Improvisation†: ‘Die Jungen Nachtwandler’, UFO, The Blarney Club, London, February 24, 1967 4.32
    11. See Emily Play: BBC ‘Top Of The Pops’ – partially restored BBC Studios, London, July 6, 1967 2.55
    12. The Scarecrow (outtakes): ‘Pathé Pictorial’, UK, July 1967  2.07
    13. Interstellar Overdrive: ‘Science Fiction – Das Universum Des Ichs’, The Roundhouse, London, 1967  9.33
    Total: 57 mins, 59 secs approx.
    1968 - Germin/Ation (CD/DVD/Blu-Ray)

    This volume explores the time immediately after Syd Barrett’s departure, when Pink Floyd were still writing singles and at the same time developing their own unique, more instrumentally-based style. There are non-album single releases, plus a recently discovered session at Capitol Records studios in Los Angeles, BBC sessions and other tracks.

    DVD/Blu-ray includes the recently restored promo clip of Point Me At The Sky, some international TV performances and a selection of song material from other television shows:
    Early singles, BBC Radio sessions

    Tracks from Capitol Studios, LA

    Promo clip, TV appearances, rare footage
    Replica memorabilia from the period


    1. Point Me At The Sky 3.40
    2. It Would Be So Nice 3.46
    3. Julia Dream  2.34
    4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (single version) 5.46
    5. Song 1, Capital Studios, Los Angeles, 22 August 1968†         3.19
    6. Roger’s Boogie, Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, 22 August 1968†   4.35
     BBC Radio Session, 25 June 1968:
    7. Murderotic Woman (Careful With That Axe, Eugene) †  3.38
    8. The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules (A Saucerful Of Secrets) †  7.18
    9. Let There Be More Light† 4.32
    10. Julia Dream†  2.50
     BBC Radio Session, 20 December 1968:
    11. Point Me At The Sky† 4.25
    12. Embryo†  3.13
    13. Interstellar Overdrive† 9.37
    Total: 59 mins, 14 secs approx.

    DVD/Blu-ray ‘Tienerklanken’, Brussels, Belgium, 18-19 February 1968:  22.28
    1. Astronomy Domine
    2. The Scarecrow
    3. Corporal Clegg
    4. Paintbox
    5. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    6. See Emily Play
    7. Bike
    8. Apples And Oranges: ‘Vibrato’, Brussels, Belgium, February 1968  3.03
     ‘Bouton Rouge’, Paris, France, 20 February 1968:13.35
    9. Astronomy Domine
    10. Flaming
    11. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    12. Let There Be More Light 
    13. Paintbox: ‘Discorama’, Paris, France, 21 February 1968 3.40
    14. Instrumental Improvisation†: ‘The Sound Of Change’, London, UK, March 1968 2.15
    15. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun: ‘All My Loving’, London, UK, 28 March 1968 2.40
    16. It Would Be So Nice (excerpt): ‘Release-Rome Goes Pop’, Rome, Italy, April 1968 1.21
    17. Interstellar Overdrive: ‘Pop 68’, Rome, Italy, 6 May 1968  6.59

    ‘Tienerklanken – Kastival’, Kasterlee, Belgiu, 31 August 1968:   3.48
    18. Astronomy Domine
    19. + Roger Waters interview
     ‘Samedi et Compagnie’, Paris, France, 6 September 1968:  5.31
    20. Let There Be More Light
    21. Remember A Day
    22. Let There Be More Light: ‘A L’Affiche du Monde’, London, UK, 1968  1.53
     ‘Tous En Scene’, Paris, France, 21 October 1968: 6.39
    23. Let There Be More Light
    24. Flaming
     25. Let There Be More Light: ‘Surprise Partie’, Paris, France, 1 November 1968 6.35
    26. Point Me At The Sky: Restored promo video, UK, 1968  3.19
    Total: 84 mins, 18 secs approx..
    1972 - Obfusc/Ation (2CD/2DVD/Blu-Ray)

    In 1972 Pink Floyd travelled to Hérouville, north of Paris, to record at Strawberry Studios there, based in the town’s Chateau. In a remarkable two weeks, they wrote and recorded one of their most cohesive albums, ‘Obscured By Clouds’, the soundtrack to Barbet Schroeder’s ‘La Vallée’.

    1972 saw the release of ‘Pink Floyd Live At Pompeii’, a film of the band performing without an audience in the historic Roman amphitheatre of Pompeii, directed by Adrian Maben. The video material includes the performances from the ‘Live At Pompeii’ film, edited to new 5.1 audio mixes, plus material from contemporary French TV as well as performances from Brighton Dome in June 1972 and further performances with the Roland Petit ballet company:
    Obscured By Clouds 2016 remix

    Live at Pompeii 2016 stereo mixes
    Documentaries inc. Roland Petit ballet
    Pompeii concert film in 5.1 sound
    Replica memorabilia from the period


    CD: Obscured By Clouds 2016 Remix
    1. Obscured By Clouds† 3.03
    2 When You're In†  2.31
    3 Burning Bridges†  3.30
    4 The Gold It's In The... † 3.07
    5 Wot's...Uh The Deal† 5.09
    6 Mudmen†  4.18
    7 Childhood's End† 4.33
    8 Free Four†  4.16
    9 Stay†  4.06
    10 Absolutely Curtains† 5.52
    Total  40 mins 25 secs approx.

    Recording Obscured by Clouds, Château d’Hérouville,
    France, 23-29 February 1972
    1. Wot’s…Uh The Deal: with recording session photos 5.04
    2. Pop Deux: Documentary recording Obscured By Clouds 7.14     
        + David Gilmour and Roger Waters interview
    Brighton Dome, UK, 29 June 1972 16.44
    3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 
    Roland Petit Pink Floyd Ballet, France, news reports 1972-73
    5. Actualités Méditerranée, Marseille, 22 November 1972 3.29
    6. JT Nuit – Les Pink Floyd, Marseille, 26 November 1972 3.04
    7. JT 20h - Pink Floyd, Paris, 12 January 1973 3.01
    8. Journal de Paris – Les Pink Floyd, Paris, 12 January 1973 5.03
     9. Poitiers – Autour Du Passage Des Pink Floyd 4.27
        Concert set up news report – France, 29 November 1972

    Live At Pompeii (with 2016 5.1 Audio Remix)
    10. Careful With That Axe, Eugene  6.40
    11. A Saucerful Of Secrets 10.09
    12. One Of These Days 5.58
    13. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 10.24
    14. Echoes  26.10
    Total: 107 mins 27 secs approx..
    1971 - Reverber/Ation (CD/DVD/Blu-Ray)

    In 1971 Pink Floyd recorded the ‘Meddle’ album, containing the LP side-long ‘Echoes’, regarded by many as laying the groundwork for ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’, and, as such, is an important part of the Pink Floyd canon. 

    This package includes part of the original demos, when the project gestated from ‘Nothing’ to ‘Return Of The Son Of Nothing’, as well as a contemporary BBC session recording.
    Audio-visual material includes the original unreleased Quad mix of ‘Echoes’ but also material of live band performances in 1971, including songs performed with Roland Petit and his Marseille ballet company.
    BBC Radio session, Nothing Part 14
    Concert footage and documentaries
    Echoes original 4.0 Quad mix
    Replica memorabilia from the period


    1. Nothing Part 14 (Echoes work in progress) † 7.01
     BBC Radio Session, 30 September 1971:
    2. Fat Old Sun†  15.33
    3. One Of These Days† 7.19
    4. Embryo†  10.43
    5. Echoes†   26.25
    Total: 67 mins 1 sec approx.

    DVD/Blu-ray: ‘Aspekte’ feature 9.51
    1. Interview + Atom Heart Mother (extracts)
        Hamburg, Germany, 25 February 1971
        Brass & Choir conducted by Jeffrey Mitchell
    2. A Saucerful Of Secrets (extract)
        Offenbach, Germany, 26 February 1971 
    ‘Cinq Grands Sur La Deux’ 17.55
        Abbaye de Royaumont, Asnierès-sur-Oise, France,
        15 June 1971
    3. Set The Control For The Heart Of The Sun
    4. Cymbaline 
    5. Atom Heart Mother (extract) 3.12
        ‘Musikforum Ossiachersee’, Ossiach, Austria,
        1 July 1971
        Brass & Choir conducted by Jeffrey Mitchell
     ‘Get To Know’  6.23
        Randwick Race Course, Sydney, Australia,
        15 August 1971
    6. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
        Band interview
    ’24 hours – Bootleg Records’, London, UK, 1971

    7. Documentary including Pink Floyd 2.27
        and manager Steve O’Rourke 
    ‘Review’, London, UK, 1971 3.37
    8. Storm Thorgerson & Aubrey ‘Po’ Powell
        interviewed re: record cover design 
    9. One of These Days (‘French Windows’)  4.17
        Ian Emes animation created July 1972,
        Birmingham, UK 
    10. Atom Heart Mother (extract, in colour):  5.10
        ‘Musikforum Ossiachersee’, Ossiach, Austria,
        1 July 1971
        Brass & Choir conducted by Jeffrey Mitchell 
    11. Atom Heart Mother: ’71 Hakone Aphrodite  15.11
          Open Air Festival, Hakone, Japan,
          6-7 August 1971 
    Total: 68 mins 3 secs approx..
    Audio-only material:
    1. Echoes original 4.0 Quad mix 1971 23.35
    1970 - Devi/Ation (2CD/2DVD/Blu-Ray)

    At the end of 1969 and in the early part of 1970, Pink Floyd recorded and mixed their contribution to Michelangelo Antonioni’s alternative view of US society, ‘Zabriskie Point’. 3 songs were released on the soundtrack album, and a further 4 in the expanded CD edition in 1997. Never released on one Pink Floyd disc, this volume compiles remixed and updated versions of the ‘Zabriskie Point’ audio material.
    In the same year, Pink Floyd scored their first UK Number One album with ‘Atom Heart Mother’, a collaboration with Ron Geesin, and the audio includes the first performance for the BBC, featuring an orchestra and choir, as well as, on DVD, the original Quad mix.
    Video material includes a full hour of Pink Floyd performing live at San Francisco cable TV station KQED plus extracts from historic performances of ‘Atom Heart Mother’, and material from French TV coverage of the St. Tropez festival in Southern France.
    Atom Heart Mother band-only versions
    BBC Radio session, Zabriskie Point mixes
    Concert footage and improvisations
    Atom Heart Mother original 4.0 Quad mix
    Replica memorabilia from the period


    CD 1:
    1. Atom Heart Mother live in Montreux, 21 Nov 1970† 17.58
    BBC Radio Session, 16 July 1970:
    2. Embryo†  11.10
    3. Fat Old Sun†  5.52
    4. Green Is The Colour† 3.27
    5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene† 8.25
    6. If†  5.47
    7. Atom Heart Mother† with choir, cello & brass ensemble 25.30
    Total: 78 mins, 8 secs approx..

    CD 2:
    Unreleased tracks from the ‘Zabriskie Point’ soundtrack recordings:
    1. On The Highway† 1.16
    2. Auto Scene Version 2† 1.13
    3. Auto Scene Version 3† 1.31
    4. Aeroplane†  2.18
    5. Explosion†  5.47
    6. The Riot Scene†  1.40
    7. Looking At Map† 1.57
    8. Love Scene Version 7† 5.03
    9. Love Scene Version 1† 3.26
    10. Take Off†  1.20
    11. Take Off Version 2† 1.12
    12. Love Scene Version 2† 1.56
    13. Love Scene (Take 1)† 2.16
    14. Unknown Song (Take 1)† 5.56
    15. Love Scene (Take 2)† 6.40
    16. Crumbling Land (Take 1)† 4.09
     17. Atom Heart Mother† Early studio version, band only           19.15
    Total: 67 mins, 9 secs approx.

    DVD 1: An Hour with Pink Floyd:
    KQED, San Francisco, USA, 30 April 1970:
    1. Atom Heart Mother 17.37
    2. Cymbaline  8.38
    3. Grantchester Meadows 7.37
    4. Green Is The Colour 3.31
    5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 9.09
    6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 12.37
     Total: 59 mins, 9 secs approx.
     Audio only: Atom Heart Mother album original 4.0 Quad mix 1970:
    7. Atom Heart Mother 23.42
    8. If  4.31
    9. Summer ’68  5.29
    10. Fat Old Sun  5.24
    11. Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast 13.01
     Total: 52 mins, 7 secs approx.
     DVD 2: ‘Pop Deux – Festival de St. Tropez’, France, 8 August 1970: Part 1:
    1. Cymbaline (sound check) 3.54
    2. Atom Heart Mother 13.46
    3. Embryo  11.23
     Part 2:
    4. Green Is The Colour/
    5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 12.21
    6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun  12.07
     Roland Petit Ballet, Paris, France, 5 December 1970:
    7. Instrumental Improvisations 1,2,3† live in the studio 3.28
    8. Embryo  2.39
     Blackhill’s Garden Party, Hyde Park, London, UK, 18 July 1970:
    9. Atom Heart Mother with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble/John Alldis Choir 21.15
    Total: 80 mins, 53 secs approx.
    The Final Cut (Vinyl) (2LP)

    The Final Cut (Vinyl) (2LP)

    by Pink Floyd

    Released March 1983

    The Wall was conceived as a multi-media platform, including a feature film, and in due course Pink Floyd The Wall was released. Extra material written for the film was originally to be compiled as Spare Bricks, and this mutated into The Final Cut.

    Roger Waters wrote every song, and Richard Wright was not included, having left the band during the Wall sessions (returning for A Momentary Lapse Of Reason). The Final Cut was described by David Quantick in UK’s UnCut magazine as “a cogent and furious collection of completely personal and also universal songs”.


    SIDE A
    1. Cluster One
    2. What Do You Want from Me
    3. Poles Apart
    SIDE B
    1. Marooned
    2. A Great Day for Freedom
    3. Wearing the Inside Out

    SIDE C
    1. Take It Back
    2. Coming Back to Life
    3. Keep Talking
    SIDE D
    1. Lost for Words
    2. High Hopes
      A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (Vinyl)

      A Momentary Lapse of Reason is Pink Floyd’s thirteenth studio album,  released in September 1987. It followed guitarist David Gilmour's decision to include material recorded for his third solo album on a new Pink Floyd album with Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and keyboardist Richard Wright. Although for legal reasons Wright could not be re-admitted to the band, with Mason he helped Gilmour craft what became the first Pink Floyd album since the departure of bass guitarist, singer, and primary songwriter Roger Waters in December 1985.


      SIDE A
      Signs of Life
      Learning to Fly
      The Dogs of War
      One Slip
      On the Turning Away

      SIDE B
      Yet Another Movie/Round and Around
      A New Machine (Part 1)
      A New Machine (Part 2)


        Ummagumma - 2016 Version (Vinyl) (2LP)

        Ummagumma was the band’s first double album and has one of their most iconic cover images. One album features Pink Floyd’s then-current live set, while Disc 2 includes solo compositions and performances by each member of the band. Live tracks include Careful With That Axe, Eugene and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, while studio tracks include Grantchester Meadows and The Narrow Way. Pressed here as a double vinyl.


        LP 1 Side A
        Astronomy Domine
        Careful with That Axe, Eugene

        LP 1 Side B
        Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
        A Saucerful of Secrets

        LP 2 Side A
        Sysyphus, Pt. 1
        Sysyphus, Pt. 2
        Sysyphus, Pt. 3
        Sysyphus, Pt. 4
        Grantchester Meadows
        Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict

        LP 2 Side B
        The Narrow Way, Pt. 1
        The Narrow Way, Pt. 2
        The Narrow Way, Pt. 3
        The Grand Vizier's Garden Party, Pt. 1 (Entrance)
        The Grand Vizier's Garden Party, Pt. 2 (Entertainment)
        The Grand Vizier's Garden Party, Pt. 3 (Exit)

        The Endless River (Vinyl) (2LP)

        The Endless River (Vinyl) (2LP)

        by Pink Floyd

        Iconic rock pioneers Pink Floyd return with their 15th studio album.  The band are rock n roll hall of fame inductees and have sold over 250 million records world wide.
        ‘The Endless River’ is  the new  album from David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason.
        Details were revealed  as the album artwork appeared on buildings in ten International cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Sydney. 
        David Gilmour said “The Endless River Has as its starting point the music that came from the 1993 Division Bell sessions. We listened to over 20 hours of the three of us playing together and selected the music we wanted to work on for the new album. Over the last year we've added new parts, re-recorded others and generally harnessed studio technology to make a 21st century Pink Floyd album. With Rick gone, and with him the chance of ever doing it again, it feels right that these revisited and reworked tracks should be made available as part of our repertoire”.
        ‘The Endless River’ is mainly a four-sided instrumental album with one song, ‘Louder Than Words’, which will include new lyrics by Polly Samson.


        LP 1 Side A
        Things Left Unsaid
        It's What We Do
        Ebb and Flow

        LP 1 Side B

        LP 2 Side A
        The Lost Art of Conversation
        On Noodle Street
        Night Light
        Allons-y (1)
        Autumn '68
        Allons-y (2)
        Talkin' Hawkin'

        LP 2 Side B
        Eyes to Pearls
        Louder Than Words

        The Division Bell - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        “The Division Bell” is Pink Floyd’s fourteenth studio album, released in March 1994.
        The music was written mostly by David Gilmour and Richard Wright; lyrically, the album deals with themes of communication. Recording took place in several locations, including the band's Britannia Row Studios, and Gilmour's houseboat, Astoria.

        The production team included Pink Floyd stalwarts such as producer Bob Ezrin, engineer Andy Jackson and saxophonist Dick Parry. Gilmour's new wife, Polly Samson, co-wrote many of the album's lyrics, and Wright performed his first lead vocal on a Pink Floyd album since 1973's ”The Dark Side of the Moon”.


        LP 1 Side A
        Cluster One
        What Do You Want from Me
        Poles Apart

        LP 1 Side B
        A Great Day for Freedom
        Wearing the Inside Out

        LP 2 Side A
        Take It Back
        Coming Back to Life
        Keep Talking

        LP 2 Side B
        Lost for Words
        High Hopes

        Obscured By Clouds - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        Obscured by Clouds Pink Floyd's seventh studio album, released in 1972. Obscured by Clouds is based on their soundtrack for the French film by Barbet Schroeder. Some copies of the album refer to the film by its English title,The Valley. The cover of Obscured by Clouds is an out-of-focus film still of a man in a tree. The lyrics and music tell the story of one's journeys.


        Obscured by Clouds
        When You're In
        Burning Bridges
        The Gold It's in the...
        Wot's...Uh the Deal
        Childhood's End
        Free Four
        Absolutely Curtains

        More - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        More - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        by Pink Floyd

        In 1969, the band collaborated with filmmaker Barbet Schroeder to provide the soundtrack to the film More. This was the first of Pink Floyd's film soundtrack albums, and includes future early 70's live favourites Cymbaline and Green Is The Colour.


        Cirrus Minor
        The Nile Song
        Crying Song
        Up the Khyber
        Green is the Colour
        Party Sequence
        Main Theme
        Ibiza Bar
        More Blues
        A Spanish Piece
        Dramatic Theme

        Meddle - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        Meddle - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        by Pink Floyd

        “Meddle” is Pink Floyd’s sixth studio album, released in 1971. It was produced between the band's touring commitments, from January to August 1971. The album was recorded at a series of locations around London, including Abbey Road Studios and Morgan Studios.

        With no material to work with and no clear idea of the album's direction, the group devised a series of novel experiments which eventually inspired the album's signature track, "Echoes". Although many of the band's later albums would be unified by a central theme with lyrics written mainly by Roger Waters, Meddle was a group effort with lyrical contributions from each member, and is considered a transitional album between the Syd Barrett-influenced group of the late 1960s and the emerging Pink Floyd. The cover, incorporating a close-up shot of an ear underwater was, as with several previous albums, designed by Hipgnosis.


        LP - SIDE A

        One Of These Days
        A Pillow Of Winds
        San Tropez

        LP - SIDE B


        Atom Heart Mother - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        The bands second album, A Saucerful of Secrets, originally released in 1968, was the first album to feature David Gilmour, who replaced Syd Barrett on guitar and vocals. It is both the last Pink Floyd album on which åÊSyd Barrett appeared and the only studio album to which all five band members contributed. This is Floyd in transition from Barrett's psychedelic whimsy to the style of their epic pieces. Classic tracks include Jugband Blues and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. This pressing is the Stereo version (original LP both Mono and Stereo).


        LP - SIDE A

        Atom Heart Mother: I. Father's Shout
        Atom Heart Mother: II. Breast Milky
        Atom Heart Mother: III. Mother Fore
        Atom Heart Mother: IV. Funky Dung
        Atom Heart Mother: V. Mind Your Throats Please
        Atom Heart Mother: VI. Remergence

        LP - SIDE B

        Summer '68
        Fat Old Sun
        Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast: I. Rise and Shine
        Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast: II. Sunny Side Up
        Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast: III. Morning Glory

        A Saucerful Of Secrets - 2016 Version (Vinyl)

        The band’s second album, A Saucerful of Secrets, originally released in 1968, was the first album to feature David Gilmour, who replaced Syd Barrett on guitar and vocals. It is both the last Pink Floyd album on which  Syd Barrett appeared and the only studio album to which all five band members contributed. This is Floyd in transition from Barrett's psychedelic whimsy to the style of their epic pieces. Classic tracks include Jugband Blues and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. This pressing is the Stereo version (original LP both Mono and Stereo).


        Let There Be More Light
        Remember a Day
        Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
        Corporal Clegg
        A Saucerful of Secrets
        Jugband Blues

        Creation The Early Years 1967-1972 (2CD)

        Set across 2 CDs, Cre/ation The Early Years 1967 1972 charts the evolution of the band and bears witness to their part in cultural revolutions, from their earliest recordings and studio sessions to the years prior to the release of The Dark Side Of The Moon, one of the biggest selling albums of all time. From the single Arnold Layne to the 24-minute epic Echoes, fans will see the invention of psychedelic progressive rock via an insightful collection that explores the Pink Floyd story from the time Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Nick Mason and Syd Barrett met at London‰۪s Regent Street Polytechnic, through to Syd‰۪s departure and David Gilmour joining to form the iconic lineup.



        CD 1:
        Arnold Layne (Single)
        See Emily Play (Single)
        Matilda Mother (2010 remix)
        Jugband Blues (2010 remix)
        Paintbox (Single B Side)
        Flaming (BBC Session, 25 Sept 1967)
        In The Beechwoods (2010 mix)
        Point Me At The Sky (Single)
        Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Single B Side version)
        Embryo (Harvest Records sampler
        Ummagumma Radio Ad (Capitol US)
        Grantchester Meadows (BBC Session, 12 May 1969)
        Cymbaline (BBC Session, 12 May 1969)
        Interstellar Overdrive (Live, Paradiso, Amsterdam, Aug 1969)
        Green Is The Colour (BBC Session, 12 May 1969)
        Careful With That Axe, Eugene (BBC Session, 12 May 1969)

        Total: 57 mins 27 secs approx..

        CD 2:
        On The Highway (Zabriskie Point remix)
        Auto Scene Version  (Zabriskie Point remix)
        The Riot Scene (Zabriskie Point Remix, Us & Them piano/bass only)
        Looking At Map (Zabriskie Point remix)
        Take Off (Zabriskie Point remix)
        Embryo (alternative version) (BBC Session, 16 July 1970)
        Atom Heart Mother (Live Montreux, 21 Nov 1970) (Band only)
        Nothing Part 14 (Echoes work in progress)
        Childhoods End (2016 remix)
        Free Four (2016 remix)
        Stay (2016 remix)

        Total: 58 mins 44 secs approx..

        Unreleased track/version