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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Pink Floyd
  • 1967--1972
  • Nocturnal Submission - The Robot Love
  • Various
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  • davebowman
  • 31st of August 2010
					
  • Pink Floyd: Nocturnal Submission - The Robot Love Format: 2LP Catalog: 25724 BEACON ISLAND Matrix: <no info> Misc.: Stereo Produced: <no info> Date: 67 Cover: <no info> Sources: 67 - 72 Record 1: Misc. Record 2: Rainbow Theatre, London 17th February 1972 2.2 US KQED-TV (San Francisco) Special 29th April 1970* Tracks: Side One: 1. Echoes 2. Point Me At the Sky Side Two: 1. One Of These Days 2. Atom Heart Mother 3. Astronomy Domine Side Three: 1. Breathe 2. On The Run 3. Time 4. A Great gig In The Sky Side Four: 1. A Great Gig In The Sky 2. Money 3. Us & Them 4. Any Colour You Like 5. Brain Damage 6. Eclipse Band: Roger Waters* Rick Wright* Nick Mason* David Gilmour* Xref: Record 1: Nocturnal Submission (TAKRL 1913) Astral Projection 1.1: Floyd's Of London 1.2: Single-version 2.1: Floyd's Of London 2.2: Ohm Suite Ohm 2.3: Studio Record 2: In Celebration Of the Comet Quality: VG -GERHARD Comments: Total Playing Time : LP-1 : 28:38 + 28:15 = 56:53 LP-2 : 20:41 + 21:00 = 41:41 ===== 98:34 Neat things on this (repackaging): The DSOTM set is the pre-release version (with the Jam, which has a revving engine mixed in, which sounds real enough to make you look back to see where it came from. TGGITS is the 'Ecclesiastics' version (the preachers). On record 1 there's a very short piece of 'fun'. Someone is dialling, when the phone is taken of the hook on the other end, he sais: "A Whole bloody thousands and thousands and thousands of them, that stood and pretended to enjoy something they didn't even understand" All in All nice to have, if you don't allready own parts of it. -GERHARD