This is an authentic PINK FLOYD concert stub. From June 29th, 1973 at the Tampa Stadium.
T hroughout their concerts starting in January 1972, they played early variations of almost all of the songs off of the Dark Side of the Moon LP. They would end up ma king many changes to songs before finally releasing the LP the following year. Th e 19 7 3 concerts were actually the true supporting tour though as the LP was not released until March 1973.Apparently this concert was a coveted show as I've found many bootlegs of i t. You will find Youtube links to 1973 concert s and the setlist below. Here's a photo of the stage and grounds from the Tampa Stadium that evening Here' a review from a show a few months earlier. When You're In 3.
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 4. Careful with That Axe, Eugene 5. The Great Gig in the Sky 12. Any Colour You Like 15. Full concert amateur recordings from 1973 (sound only) : From the night before, June 28th at the Sportatorium in Holl ywood , FL (1hr 53min): (www) youtube.
Feature=player_detailpage&v=3KvkaqD21iY From NYC Radio City Music Hall, March 17 (2h rs 1min): (www) youtube. V=A0U7TZhoo3I&feature=player_detailpage H ere is an excellent qu ality concert movie (professional shot & recorded): LIVE AT POM PEII The Director's Cut.I nteresting info about the whole 1972 (Europe) & 1973 (US) tours. Playing 93 shows in 1972, the most until 1994, Pink Floyd debuted the live performance before its release not of a song but a whole album. The original title was Eclipse , then Dark Side of the Moon - A Piece for Assorted Lunatics. The name under which it made its press debut in February 1972 at London's Rainbow Theatre. The title changed for the first part of the US tour to Eclipse (A Piece for Assorted Lunatics) during April and May before reverting to Dark Side of the Moon - A Piece for Assorted Lunatics in September for the second part of the US tour and finally released in 1973 under the title of The Dark Side of the Moon.
Remarkably, at its first full live performance at Guildhall, Portsmouth. England on 21 January 1972, most of the album was in the form it would be when released 14 months later. ", whose working title was "The Travel Sequence, was a guitar and drum jam and would remain so for the rest of the year's performances. Was played at a slower speed and the first half of the verses were sung by Gilmour and Wright together. The line "Lying supine in the sunshine" was sung instead of "Tired of lying in the sunshine".
The former lyric was also sometimes used in shows after the album's release. The Great Gig in the Sky. ", whose working title was "Religion" or "The Mortality Sequence", consisted at the debut in January of synthesized organ and various tapes of "preachers either preaching or reading from such passages as from Chapter 5, Verse 13 of Ephesians. A book of the Bible. Or reciting The Lord's Prayer.
Starting in September, the music of the song as per the album was performed, without vocals. A portion of the song contained the aforementioned "preacher" tape recording of Ephesians. At much lower volume, and it was performed this way for the rest of the year. Began with a longer introduction on the bass, and the saxophone. Solo was instead played on the electric piano.
During 1972 lacked the saxophone solos as found on the album. At the debut, the song Eclipse. " was nothing more than lyricless extension of " Brain Damage. That devolved into various odd sounds. The version with lyrics and music as found on the album debuted at Bristol.Finally, none of the spoken word pieces as found on the album were done during 1972. One of the two shows at The Dome, Brighton. England on 28 June and 29 June was filmed by Peter Clifton for inclusion on his film Sounds of the City. Clips of these appear occasionally on television and the performance of Careful with That Axe, Eugene. Is on the various artists video Superstars in Concert. In November 1972, during the middle of the European leg of their 1972 world tour and again in January 1973, Pink Floyd performed with the Roland Petit. The set list for which their portion of the ballet was choreographed to was One of These Days. ", " Careful with That Axe, Eugene.
" and " Echoes (Pink Floyd song). Pink Floyd performing The Dark Side of the Moon at Earl's Court Arena. 1973 saw Pink Floyd go on two relatively short tours of the US, one in March to coincide with the release of Dark Side of the Moon and a later one in June. Sandwiched between them were two nights at London's Earl's Court.On 18 May and 19 May where they debuted the special effect of a plane crashing into the stage at the end of the song "On the Run". This was also the first year that the band took additional musicians on tour with them, unlike the earlier performances of "Atom Heart Mother" where the band would often hire local musicians. Sung backing vocals during the Robert Wyatt benefit concerts, she wouldn't do this again until 1990 at the Knebworth Festival. They used to play at theaters and auditoriums but in this tour they played at Stadiums and large arenas. On 4 November 1973, Pink Floyd played two shows at London's Rainbow Theatre.
To benefit musician Robert Wyatt. Formerly the drummer of Soft Machine.
A band they'd played with in their UFO Club. Wyatt fell from a fourth floor window in June 1973, breaking his back and making him a paraplegic. Please leave me a good positive comment so that I know you received your item and everything is fine, I will reciprocate.
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