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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Pink Floyd
  • 1968--1971
  • Rhapsody In Pink - [MCD001]
  • Various
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  • FLAC
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  • unknown
  • Good
  • davebowman
  • 3rd of September 2010
  • Pink Floyd Rhapsody In Pink 1968--1971 Compilation This release is originally recorded from vinyl onto cassette. I got this tape in mail trade in the 90s. This tape was just recently found and survived in an unknown box until 2005. Ripped from vinyl -> Sony UX-90 Cassette Masters -> NEC AUK-8000E Deck -> Total Recorder 4.5 -> SB Live 24Bit -> Wav -> Cool Edit Pro 2.0 -> Flac Front End (level 5) -> Flac Side One: 01. Let There Be More Light 02. Murderistic Women 03. Point Me At The Sky 04. Embryo Side Two: 05. Julia Dream 06. Green Is The Colour 07. Careful With That Axe Eugene 08. One Of these Days Side Three: 09. If 10. Atom Heart Mother Side Four: 11. Echoes - Audio sourced from tape and text file created by Marooned / Jan. 2005 ************* Do Not Encode To MP3! Or Any Other Lossy Format **************** Comments: This is a great 2 LP set of Pink Floyd early BBC Broadcasts called Rhapsody in Pink: The Psychedelic Years., this is on Anderson Council Records. There seems to be a skip in the very beginning of the LP... only a few seconds are missed of Let There be More Light. Beautiful, quiet, and well recorded for it's age considering that it's LP sourced. There are many clearer versions of the BBC recordings but if you like vinyl rips, this one is for you. Included below is a quick review from littlesheep. - Marooned Their does exist a CD release called Rhapsody In Pink (The Psychedelic Years) too, but it has not to be confused with this one that's directly extracted from the LP. The other CD in question should have been remastered exactly from this LP and should be a single CD after all with less tracks. This *original* LP sounds very good and was used as source maybe for other CD releases too (see Dream's Factory, Silence and company). This extraction has very little LP noise - a pearl for vinyl-sound lovers. -littlesheep