Syd Barrett - The BBC Sessions and Interviews Volume 1 download album
The Radio One Sessions is a live album by former Pink Floyd vocalist and guitarist, Syd Barrett. It features the complete Peel Session recordings that Barrett did for Top Gear (Presented by Peel) on 24 February 1970, plus three unreleased songs recorded for a Bob Harris "Sounds of the Seventies" show on 16 February 1971.
Only for completionists (5%). A very rare live set performed at the BBC studios by Syd Barrett with the help of Jerry Shirley and Dave Gilmour in February 1970 and later broadcasted in March of the same year. It was only officially released in 2004, but plenty of bootlegged versions of the live broadcast concert abound
Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats. 6. An Introduction to Syd Barrett – The album was released in the UK and Europe on 4 October 2010, with different release dates for the rest of the world. The album features a series of new remasters and remixes, all overseen by Pink Floyds David Gilmour, the cover art, featuring various images relating to songs contained within the album, was designed and created by long-term Pink Floyd conceptual artist Storm Thorgerson.
What would appear to be a repackaging of the Peel Session CD from the 1990s, is actually an augmented and remastered collection of Syd Barrett sessions, recorded for BBC Radio 1. Work has been done on the recordings to make them sound better than before. Certainly, there is a slight improvement over the original Peel Sessions CDs - there's more presence and crispness to all frequencies. Effervescing Elephant, a song written and performed by Syd from his childhood, is similar to the album version, but without any backing or sound effects - it's just Syd and his acoustic, in busking mode. Two Of A Kind, the final track from the 1970 session, betrays its rumoured origins as a Richard Wright composition, being lyrically and musically atypical of Mr Barrett's other output. An obvious dip in sound quality in the fade in to Baby Lemonade from the "lost" session of 1971.
Joined by David Gilmour on guitar and Humble Pie's Jerry Shirley on bongos, Barrett performs a set of his best songs. The hilarious "Effervescing Elephant" sounds more spontaneous, and "Gigolo Aunt" and "Baby Lemonade" are easy-going complements to the studio versions. But even if this is a lousy value, The Radio One Sessions has one major strength: Barrett. Listening to him strum out these songs with these guys, you can hear everything that's charming about his voice.
The Radio One Sessions is a live album by former Pink Floyd vocalist and guitarist, Syd Barrett. It features the complete Peel Session recordings that Barrett did on 24 February 1970, plus three unreleased songs recorded for a Bob Harris show on 16 February 1971. For the latter, the BBC no longer held the tapes, however, the source tape used for this album was an off-air bootleg-sound recording of the show made during its original broadcast.
Precious Whimsical Quirky Trippy. The Radio One Sessions. With Syd Barrett's 1970 five-song session for John Peel having long since proven one of the most popular and successful of all the exhumations from that particular vault, it was inevitable that the remainder of the man's BBC archive - a 1971 session for Bob Harris' show - would be unleashed sooner or later, with only its absence from the official archive
|7||Scream Thy Last Scream||3:41|
|8||Pow R. Toc H.||0:32|
|10||Pow R. Toc H.||0:32|
|13||Interview With Hans Keller||3:43|
|14||1/67 CBC Radio Interview With Syd, Roger and Nick||6:02|
|19||Two Of A Kind||2:35|
|23||Interview with Peter Jenner||5:50|
|24||Interview with Nick Mason||3:16|
|25||Interview with David Gilmour||3:10|