List of best known sources
I'm trying to join all the "best known sources" threads into this one. I'll keep it closed for now so I can get all the placeholders into place. In the meantime, please PM or post in the original threads. Moderators, please sticky this and unsticky the old threads.
This thread is an eternal work-in-progress, meant to reflect whatever the current wisdom of the members of this tracker is. Its scope will be limited only to concerts, I believe studio tracks warrant a different thread. Also, this list refers only to what's available here in the Yeeshkul! tracker, a map of the gold mine, if you will. If you know of a better source than what is listed here, by all means, please upload it! I'll be more than happy to update the list.
Contributions are more than welcome, and thanks to Bert13, littlepieces, Darkcycle, goldenband and Mandrill, jimfisheye, movement, Eckoes, TAF, ******* (of course), zbinks, Lennyif for theirs.
- 1967-1969 BBC sessions: easiest way to get the whole lot is BBC Archives 1967-1969 (HRV CDR 008) RevB
- 1969-09-17 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands: The Man and the Journey, on all of its glory. VPRO broadcasted the whole thing, and we have a pre-FM transfer released as Amsterdam 69 (HRV CDR 003)
- 1977-05-09 Alameda Colisseum, Oakland, CA: Probably the best-sounding recording from the Animals tour. Go straight to the source and get the Mouth of the Beast 0053 release in 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1980-02-28 Nassau Coliseum New York, NY: if Is There Anybody Out There? is not enough for you, curl up in your own lonely hotel room with another excellent Mouth of the Beast release in 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit.
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- 1969-03-27 St. James Hall, Chesterfied, UK: Reel(M) > Cass(1) > CDR (Reeling In Pink Floyd CD) (edit)
- 1969-04-14 Royal Festival Hall, London
- 1969-05-09 University of Southampton (Nick Ralph): neonknight has both a 1st gen (24bit/96kHz or 16bit/44.1kHz) and a 2nd gen (24bit/96kHz or 16bit/44.1kHz) transfer. They both sound better than the master transfer.
- 1969-05-12 Paris Cinema London (BBC): BBC Archives 1967-1969 (HRV CDR 008) RevB or Radio 1 Archive 5" spools > Sony Professional MiniDisc > Sony MDS-JE640 MiniDisc deck > Edirol UA-1D > Audacity 1.3 > FLAC > falbrav (see notes) > FLAC (16bit/44.1kHz)
- 1969-06-22 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK (John Baxter): Lord Snooty 1st Gen Cassettes/LPP 24/96
- 1969-06-26 London (Nick Ralph): there are three raw transfers of Bernard White's 2nd gen reel. Pick your favorite.
- 1969-08-08 Plumpton Racetrack
- 1969-08-09 Paradiso, Amsterdam: Celestial Voices (MOB revision)
- 1969-09-17 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
- 1969-09-28 Theatre 140, Brussels: supposedly taped by someone who worked at the venue, doesn't circulate.
- 1969-10-11 Song Days Festival, Essen
- 1969-10-25 Amougies Pop & Jazz Festival, Belgium: Interstellar Zappadrive [HRVCDR031] or Let's Be Frank (FA015). The raw audience source is available in Amougies Day 2
- 1969-12-06 Afan Indoor Sports Center, Port Talbot, Wales (NJ): Lord Snooty 1st Gen Cassette/LPP (incomplete), find the missing STC in cass>DAT>cdr. Or download PatGoD67's Complete Show
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- 1970-01-18 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, Surrey, England: 5th gen rev A(Neonknight tape/JFE mastering) 24/96
- 1970-01-23 Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris, France
- 1970-02-11 Birmingham, UK: Lord Snooty's low gen cassette / Little Pieces Production (LPP) / Neonknight 96/24 or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1970-02-28 Leeds, UK (John Parkin): Raw: Reel(M)>DAT @48kHz/16bIT or its remaster, Six Of One (HRV CDR 030) Rev.A. The 1st gen>DAT is a better preserved source.
- 1970-03-12 Auditorium Maximum, Hamburg University, Hamburg, West Germany: Big Pink LP [24-48] From relatively worn vinyl but without the tape bleed through during the 2nd half of TAP which is present on the Tails in Pink LP.
- 1970-03-13 Berlin: 2nd gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1970-03-14 Meistersinger Halle, Nuremburg, West Germany:
- 1970-03-15 Hannover, West Germany: Reeling 1st gen-DAT [32khz] (DVD 7 - Tape 31) or its JFE remaster
- 1970-03-20 Lund, Sweden: Master-DAT@16/48 or another clone, but this is probably, at best, a 1st gen. There are a number of remasters/speed-corrected versions in the tracker, such as LP's Master of Lund or this one, but they've all been sourced from CDR rips, not the original 16/48 DAT source. All these DAT sources suffer from diginoise with 9 secs of The Embryo damaged beyond repair, this Cass(4) 24/96 SPC has a clean Embryo.
- 1970-04-11 Stony Brook, NY: Trademark Moo (HL630) misses some audience banter present in the Cass (unknown gen) > DAT(1)@44.1kHz
- 1970-04-22 Port Chester, NY (Ken and Judy Lee): the Sony TC-110>Cass(M)>Soundforge>CDR has been dehissed. This version is identical to the source above, though tracked differently, and is patched with an inferior source to complete ASoS and include IO.
- 1970-04-29 Filmore West, San Francisco, CA
- Rec 1: this 1st gen>DAT doesn't sound as nice as other sources, but it hasn't been processed and has good potential
- Rec 2
- 1970-04-30 KQED, San Francisco, CA: 3/4" U-Matic > DVCAM Pro > 48kHz 24 Bit FLAC or its remaster, Pink Floyd KQED (HRV CDR 034). The 1st gen KSAN-FM broadcast (96Khz/24bit or 441.kHz/16bit) is also a nice alternative.
- 1970-05-01 Santa Monica, CA: 1st gen reel
- 1970-06-27 Bath Festival, Bath
- 1970-06-28 Kralingen Pop Festival, Rotterdam, Holland: 1st gen-DAT or JFE remaster
- 1970-07-12 Soersfestival 3-Day Open Air Festival, Aachen Soerser Stadium, Aachen, Germany (Ulrich A.): Neonknight's unknown gen
- 1970-07-16 Paris Theatre, London, UK: BBC Mono Master RevA
- 1970-07-18 Hyde Park, London, UK
- 1970-08-08 Saint-Tropez Music Festival: Saint-Tropez (TPR CD 005)
- 1970-09-12 Fête de L'Humanité: Doinker's low gen
- 1970-09-26 Electric Factory: this 2nd gen (96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit) misses StCftHotS but sounds better than Master Reel-DAT [48khz], or its remaster Electric Factory Rev. A
- 1970-09-27 Filmore East: marbal's unknown gen, or alternatively a transfer with Dolby turned off 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1970-10-16 Pepperland Auditorium San Rafael, California (Jay D. and Ron C.): Grolf's Baked Pepperland Reel (1st gen 1/4" RtR Tape) or its remaster, Rolf's Pepperland Bomb [MQR 012]
- 1970-10-23 Civic Center, Santa Monica, California:
- 1970-11-06 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland
- 1970-11-07 Grote Zaal de Doelen, Rotterdam, Holland: marbal's 4th gen is superior to either JFE's remaster, from Floydweed 06 and the 1st gen
- 1970-11-11 Göteborg, Konserthuset, Sweden: Cas(M)>Reel>DAT(48kHz)flac (48kHz/16 bit)
- 1970-11-12 Falkoner Centret, Copenhagen, Denmark
- 1970-11-13 Aarhus, Denmark: Denmark Behind Us Revision
- 1970-11-14 Ernst-Merck Halle Hamburg Germany: Neonknight's transfer of Hoka's tape or Bert13's speed correction
- 1970-11-21 Altes Casino, Montreux, Switzerland: before proceeding, read this
- Rec 1: Master Reels. Used for the final three songs on "Smoking Blues" (which are heavily boosted and EQ'd). Complete except for the end of GITC, all of CWTAE, a couple minutes of ASOS, and the beginning of JATB.
- Rec 2 (RTS radio broadcast): The Good... (FA033) has AD/FOS/Cymbaline/GITC/CWTAE/STC. Major speed fluctuations on CWTAE. An mp3 excerpt of AD has been posted to the RTS website. We all wait eagerly for something more.
- Rec 3: The Bad (FA033). Audience tape. Includes AHM/Embryo/GITC/CWTAE. CWTAE is cut.
- Compilation: Too Late For Mind Expanding (HRV CDR 036)
- 1970-11-22 Altes Casino, Montreux, Switzerland
- 1970-11-25 Friedrich Ebert Halle, Ludwigshafen, Germany (Heribert B.): 1st gen Marbal Cassettes/ Neonknight Tape Transfer/ Little Pieces Production (LPP) 24bit/96kHz or 16bit/44kHz
- 1970-11-26 Killesburg Halle 14, Stuttgart, Germany (Jürgen U): Marbal cassette / Neonknight tape transfer / vince666 adjustments 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1970-11-27 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover, West Germany
- 1970-11-28 (unconfirmed) Saarlandhale, Saarbrücken, West Germany: Doinker's Pictures of Pink Floyd Restoration Project or blokhead's speed correction
- 1970-11-29 Zirkus Krone, Munich, Germany: Cow Power (LPP)
- 1970-12-22 Sheffield, UK: neonknights's transfer of Petef451's 2nd gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit is a better transfer of the same source used for Rise And Shine (HRV CDR 035)
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- 1971-01-17 "Implosion at The Roundhouse", Camden Town, London, England: Anthony P's low-gen CDR. This sample of a low gen has better sound. The full show is rumored to exist.
- 1971-01-23 Refectory Hall, Leeds University, England: Cass(4?) > DAT (Bert13's speed correction)
- 1971-02-12 Lecture Theater, University of Essex, Colchester, England: 3rd gen Beechwoods tape / Bert13's speed correction
- 1971-02-13 Students Union Bar, Technical College, Farnborough, Hampshire, England: 1st gen
- 1971-02-24 Münster, West Germany: Hoka Cassette / Neonknight Tape Transfer 96/24 Rev
- 1971-02-25 Grosser Saal Musikhalle, Hamburg, West Germany (N Brothers): 1,2,3,4 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit, which is the original source for all other versions of this show, including M-502. AHM is also available from Neon's 3rd gen (runs slow) or Marbal's Dolby C 3rd gen 96kHz/24bit and 44.1kHz/16bit (sounds a bit brighter but in a slightly unnatural way as if it was subjected to EQ in the analog domain). The encore is available from lordsnooty's tape. All the tape sources are in stereo, while the vinyl is in mono. The AHM reprise is also available (in fragments and in mono) from a German TV source
- 1971-02-26 Offenbach
- 1971-04-03 Oude Ahoy Hallen, Rotterdam, Holland
- 1971-05-15 Crystal Palace Garden Party, London: Cass(2) > DAT(0)(48kHz)
- 1971-05-18 Pathfoot Building Refectory, Stirling University, Scotland: NeonKnight/LPP Release
- 1971-06-04 Duesseldorf
- 1971-06-05 Sportpalast, West Berlin, Germany
- 1971-06-12 Palais des Sports, Lyon: Broadcasting from Europa 1
- 1971-06-19 Palazzo Delle Manifestazioni Artistiche, Brescia, Italy: TDB's RLR source, complete the ending with the 2nd gen
- 1971-06-20 Paleur, Rome: pinkrudy's transfer of marbal's 2nd gen
- 1971-06-26 Amstel Free Concert, Amtserdamse Bos, Amsterdam, Holland
- 1971-07-01 Ossiach, Austria: neonknight's transfer of marbal's low gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1971-08-06 Hakone Aphrodite, Japan
- 1971-08-09 Osaka, Japan: Osaka, Japan: Neonknight's 3rd gen cassettes in 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit; an alternative is the 2nd gen > DAT (48kHz) > wav (44.1kHz) or its speed correction. There's supposed to be a clean transfer of the DAT without resampling, but that hasn't shown up in the tracker yet.
- 1971-08-13 Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia
- 1971-09-18 Montreux
- 1971-09-23 Faulkner Theater, Copenhagen
- 1971-09-30 Paris Theater, London (BBC)
- 1971-10-04 Pompeii
- 1971-10-10 The Great Hall, Bradford University, Yorkshire, England: One Of These Days In Bradford
- 1971-10-16 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (Al): Cosmos Topper (MQR-010) 1st gen
- 1971-10-17 San Diego (Gordon S): Neonknight's transfer of stratcat58's 2nd gen 24/96 or 16/44.1, gets the edge over R2R>Cas>DAT(1)>FLAC
- 1971-10-27 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Illinois: 2nd gen or its speed correction
- 1971-10-28 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan: 2nd gen Reeling in PF CD source
- 1971-10-31 Fieldhouse, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH: ellaguru's 3rd gen 24/96 or 16/44.1 seems superior to unknown analogue source > CDR (T-1606) incomplete show, edited and tweaked (EQ'd) by T
- 1971-11-05 Hunter College, New York
- 1971-11-06 Cleveland, Ohio: Sony TC55>Handheld Sony Mic>Sony C90 Cassettes
- 1971-11-10 Pavillon de la Jeunesse, Quebec, Canada: Howard Gil's tapes, transferred by Neonknight at 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit, have the best sound overall but the first ~5 min. has azimuth issues; a clean beginning can be found in cass>DAT(?)>cdr(1) or Cassette(2) > MD(1)(44.1kHz)
- 1971-11-12 Irvine Auditorium, Philadelphia, PA: note that Echoes from Rec. 1 doesn't match Echoes from Rec. 2; one performance is actually from this date, and the other is from an unknown date, but "who knows which is which"
- 1971-11-15 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (unverified date): Only OoTD and a 5 mins fragment of AHM are available. Best source is Neonknight's transfer of Marbal's low-gen tape at 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1971-11-16 Lisner Auditorium, George Washington University, Washington, DC: Neonknight's transfer of unknown Howard Gil's tapes 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit or this Unknown CD-R? chill782002 claims "Something from Nothing" is the best sounding.
- 1971-11-20 Taft Auditorium, Cincinatti: recorder 1 has much better sound but it's incomplete. Show is notorious for a 30 minute version of Embryo, with a jam that could very well be the embryo of Breathe.
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1972 first half
- 1972-01-20 The Dome, Brighton, East Sussex, UK
- 1972-01-21 The Guildhall, Portsmouth, Hampshire: neon's transfer of Marbal's 4th gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit is better than the 2nd get>DAT
- 1972-01-22 Wintergardens, Bournemouth, UK
- 1972-01-23 The Guildhall, Southampton, Hampshire: unknown gen
- 1972-01-27 City Hall, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, UK: marbal's cassettes / pinkrudy transfer
- 1972-01-28 Leeds University, Yorkshire, UK: You Are Number Six - FRP CDR-030/31, but some claim the 4th gen sounds a bit better
- 1972-02-12 City Hall, Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK: marbal's unknown gen
- 1972-02-17 Rainbow Theatre, London: cass[Master] > Hi-Fi > DAT(4) > CDR(?)
- 1972-02-18 Rainbow Theatre, London:
- 1972-02-19 Rainbow Theatre, London
- 1972-02-20 Rainbow Theatre, London:
- 1972-03-06 Tokyo Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan
- 1972-03-07 Tokyo Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan
- 1972-03-08 Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
- 1972-03-09 Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
- 1972-03-10 Taiikukan Hall, Kyoto, Japan: Neon's transfer of Howard Gil's low gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit; the Cass(1) to DAT(1) [16-48] transfer starts a couple of seconds earlier and has a nice smooth sound but is subdued and notably less dynamic than this version
- 1972-03-13 Nakajima Sports Center, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
- 1972-03-30 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK
- 1972-04-15 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL
- 1972-04-16 Township Auditorium, Columbia, SC: Take Up My Stethoscope (2nd gen)
- 1972-04-20 Syria Mosque Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA: unknown gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1972-04-23 Music Hall, Cincinatti, OH
- 1972-04-27 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI: War with Pandora
- 1972-04-28 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL
- 1972-05-02 Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (Ken Lee): Mouth of the Beast
- 1972-05-04 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (Joe Maloney): Revision or the raw source
- 1972-05-18 Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany
- 1972-05-21 Insel Grun, Germersheim, Germany
- 1972-05-22 Amsterdam Rock Circus, Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- 1972-06-28 The Dome, Brighton, East Sussex, UK: 1st gen (runs slow) or Marbal's 3rd gen (24/48)
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- 1972-09-10 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX: marbal's 3rd gen or the tracked version
- 1972-09-22 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA
- 1972-09-23 Winterland Auditorium, San Francisco, CA: TDK Tape 100 Master Reel>Sirene-046 Silver CDs
- 1972-09-24 Winterland Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (JD): falbrav's remaster of Lordsnooty's 1st gen 1/4“ RtR Scotch 203 Tape (7 1/2 ips)
- 1972-10-21 Wembley Empire Pool, Middlesex, UK
- 1972-11-10 Copenhagen, Denmark
- 1972-11-12 Ernst Merck Halle, Hamburg, West Germany (Eike R): Cass(M) > DAT@16/48 (neonknight)
- 1972-11-14 Phillips Halle, Dusseldorf, West Germany (there are supposed to be 6 recorders total)
- 1972-11-15 Sporthalle, Böblingen, West Germany
- 1972-11-16 Festhalle, Frankfurt, West Germany (marbal): Better Late Than Never (master) 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1972-11-17 Festhalle, Frankfurt, West Germany (marbal): TK147 (1st gen reel back-up) 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1972-11-29 Palais des Sports, Poitiers, France: master or 1st gen or its remaster, Devil's Inside (FA019). Cochon's release is an alternative
- 1972-12-01 Palais des Sports, Saint Ouen, France: neon's transfer of Startcat58's 2nd gen (96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit) is an upgrade over neon's 1st gen (48 kHz), buffalofloyd's clean-up or its remaster, Harsh Realities
- 1972-12-05 Sport Paleis Vorst National, Brussels, Belgium (OPUS 5): Master>CDR (speed corrected). There are other, inferior, recorders
- 1972-12-07 Palais des Sports, Lille, France: "Filling a Gap" (IFWT-CDR-035) or the original master
- 1972-12-09 Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
- 1972-12-10 Palais des Sports, Lyon, France: 1st gen
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- 1973-01-13 Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France: Master and 1st gen (Cochon)
- 1973-03-06 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO: 1st gen > DAT(3) Reeling In Pink Floyd (16/44.1) Digi-noise during Money and Echoes, speed fluctuations during OoTD. See Sportpalast's post in the thread about this being transferred from 1st gen Reel instead of Cass. It's possible there's a CDR gen inbetween which would explain this being 16/44.1.
- 1973-03-07 International Ampitheatre, Chicago, IL: 1st gen 96kHz/24bit or 44.1kHz/16bit
- 1973-03-08 The Fieldhouse, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH: Cass(2) > CDR(2). Beneath Infinite Sky sounds much inferior but Echoes includes the end of the song and CWTAE doesn't have the cut towards the end which are on the 2nd gen.
- 1973-03-10 Memorial Gymnasium, Kent State University, Kent, OH
- Recorder 1: Usually circulates in two sources. The first one includes only the DSOTM Set, and can be found in a Master > CDR transfer in Wojtek's Shorter of Breath, which is identical to this: Kent State Master. The second source has the complete show but it sounds far worse, and can be found as Kent 3/10/73, R&D. This is labeled incorrectly as Stolen Moments Floating Softly On The Air with wrong artwork. ACYL has a repeat of several mins. Echoes is most probably misplaced and should be the first song.
- Recorder 2: nipote's unknown gen
- 1973-03-11 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada: Cass(1/2) > DAT(4) jbraveman Despite being listed as master this is likely not lower than 1st gen, maybe 2nd. Best available transfer is Cass(2) in 24/96 (Steven Carr)
- 1973-03-14 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (Joe Maloney): Cass(M) > CDR
- 1973-03-17 Radio City Music Hall, New York, New York, more about the recorders here
Note that a lot of the circulating sources are misdated/mislabeled as 1973-03-18 Waterbury
- 1973-05-18 Earls Court Exhibition Hall, London, England
- 1973-06-17 Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, New York (D.K.): Wojtek's (claimed) Cass(M) or glasnostrd19's Cass(1/2)
- 1973-06-18 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, New Jersey
- 1973-06-20 Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, MD: Breaking Bottles in the Hall
- 1973-06-22 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY: Cass(2) > CDR - Return Of The Yeeshkul (Rev1) This was cleaned up. It runs a bit slow.
- 1973-06-24 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH: In Blossom, no label (speed corrected and EQ'd)
- 1973-06-28 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL: Cass(M) > DAT > CDR - Into Little Pieces (Wojtek)
- 1973-06-29 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL (Wally): 1st gen reels > CDR This source comes from John Tsalikes who didn't tape the show despite the claim. He purchased 1st gen reels from the taper.
- 1973-10-12 Olympiahalle, Munich, West Germany
- 1973-10-13 Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria: Cass (unknown gen) > CDR or Highland's Lunatics On The Run which is very similar, small difference in sound but same content.
- 1973-11-04: Rainbow Theatre, London, England (early show)
- Recorder 1 (Nigel B): Cass(M) > CDR(3) Has more time at the start of the show than recorder 2.
- Recorder 2 (Steve B): Cass(2) > DAT(0)
Note that on some lists the 2 recorders are numbered differerently, the numbering above is how they've been traded, recorder 1 hasn't been available until recently and as far as I know has never been booted. Thanks to Shamil for sharing his unprocessed transfers.
- 1973-11-04: Rainbow Theatre, London, England (late show)
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- 1974-06-22 Parc Des Expositions, Colmar, France (Paul V.): good information about this recording here.
- 1974-06-24 Palais De Sports, Paris, France: Doinker's Tree-Top Master, Tooleman remaster
- 1974-11-04 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland (Sid): YGBC from 1st gen
- 1974-11-05 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland: marbal's unknown gen
- 1974-11-09 The Odeon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: Neonknight's unknown gen
- 1974-11-15 Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England
- 1974-11-16 Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England
- 1974-11-28 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK
- 1974-12-09 The Palace Theatre, Manchester, UK
- 1974-12-13 Colston Hall, Bristol, Somerset, England: Unknown gen > CDR, or reseed #1 or #2
- 1974-12-14 Colston Hall, Bristol, Somerset, England: T-308, which runs at the wrong speed and is missing a big chunk of ACYL. Other sources that aren't missing pieces are in mono. goldenband's remaster, based on T's earlier Heavy Fog in Bristol release, fixes some of these issues.
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Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here Tour 1975
- 1975-04-08 Vancouver, British Columbia
- 1975-04-10 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (JEMS): Master Reels @ full track mono>Tandberg Model 11>Wavelab 96/24 1ch mono>wav 44.1/16 2ch mono>flac. The Reeling source (unverified master) is a nice alternative.
- 1975-04-13 Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA
- 1975-04-20 Activity Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ: Beechwood's unknown gen
- 1975-04-21 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA
- 1975-04-26 Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA (Mike Millard): Cass(1) > DAT(4) [16-48] doesn't have the 32kHz cut-off present in the Reeling In Pink Floyd source. *********'s Cruel But Fair has been cleaned up and has two patches from other shows for continuity. This recording circulates as Master but all sources ultimately derive from Mike Millard's 1st gen, Millard only gave out (marked) copies of his Master Cassettes
- 1975-04-27 Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA
- Recorder 1 (Ron C): Cass(M) > Reel > DAT(2) (Rev). From higher gen, with more hiss and a bit less complete but with fuller sound is Kbrubaker's Cass (unkn gen), transferred by neonknight, speed adjusted and cleaned up by billy1: 24/96 and 16/44.1
- Recorder 2 (Mr. S.A.): Reel(M) Doinker transfer This torrent includes 9 mins 45 secs of 8 mm footage of the show.
- 1975-06-09 Capitol Center, Landover, Maryland: 1st gen for the 2nd half and the 3rd gen for the rest
- 1975-06-10 Capitol Center, Landover, Maryland: Kbrubaker Cassette / Neonknight Tape Transfer/ Little Pieces Production (LPP) or its CD version
- 1975-06-12 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (unconfirmed, either 6/12 or 6/13, all circulating recordings with these two dates are from the same show but different recorders, except Echoes, of which all versions seem to come from rec 2
- 1975-06-15 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ
- 1975-06-16 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
- 1975-06-17 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (Jerry Moore): 2009 transfer from Cass(M) by Rob Berger in 2009 24/96 or 16/44.1
- 1975-06-18 Boston Garden, Boston, MA
- 1975-06-20 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA (Sam Marshall): unknown gen or goldenband's speed-corrected version
- 1975-06-22 Milwaukee Stadium, Milwaukee, WI
- 1975-06-24 Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI
- 1975-06-28 Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada (Henry Boc): ECM-99 stereo mics>Sony TC-124>TEAC RTR>DAT or the remasters HRV CDR 013 Steel Breeze Rev. A or Canadian Bacon
- 1975-07-05 Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire, England
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