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    Default Pink floyd the early years 1965-1972

    Thanks to MOB for finding this image on the official PF website which was removed just a few minutes later. F*cking A!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roscoe59 View Post
    Thanks to MOB for finding this image on the official PF website which was removed just a few minutes later. F*cking A!!!

    Hell to the YES! I hope they don't make it an overpriced bloated package though.....some of us can't afford those! :O

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    Finally something I can get excited about. I hope it becomes available soon,I'm curious how they'd cover 1969 -1972. Live soundboard DSOTM from Brighton June 72?

    I;d like to hear more about this set.

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    It's hard to make out due to the resolution, but I think I see the rainbow theater somewhere in the middle. Look at these two pictures.

    Can any of you identify the other concert or studio artwork?
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    GroovingPict posted the following on SHF.

    The easy stuff first: Obviously all the first singles: Arnold Layne, See Emily Play, Apples & Oranges, It Would Be So Nice, Point Me At The Sky (the two latter originally released without picture sleeve in the UK, which is why they are showed with a Columbia company sleeve here as well).

    There is also the poster which was recently posted on Pink Floyd's facebook page. And the The Man & Journey 1969 tour programme, but it looks like a miniature version, so it's possible it's just a postcard sized photo of its front cover.

    There is also the Rainbow Theatre programme from February 1972, but again in miniature it would seem, as well as the 1972 "Eclipse - A Piece For Assorted Lunatics" programme which was used for the first US tour in 1972 (for those not in the know: they performed their new set in 1972 first as "Dark Side Of The Moon", then when they travelled to the US for the first time in 1972 they changed the title to "Eclipse", a title they kept when they returned for more European dates, but then changed it back to Dark Side Of The Moon when they visited the US for the second time in 1972). There seem to be a couple more programmes there, as well as another poster, but I dont recognise them from the low res image. And there is a bunch more stuff towards the right of the image that I dont recognise as well.

    What will also most likely be there: well, since it's 1965-1972, most likely the 1965 stuff released last year. Also probably unreleased 1966 recordings, as well as the unreleased Scream Thy Last Scream / Vegetable Man single (theyre gonna either release it with this box or be forced to release it next year anyway, so they might as well include it now, despite having vehemently resisted its release on any sort of compilation for 50 years now).

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    Thanks MOB and Roscoe for posting it! I'm so damn stoked!! Fall/ Christmas release!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phred68 View Post
    Hell to the YES! I hope they don't make it an overpriced bloated package though.....some of us can't afford those! :O
    Looks like 7 CD boxes housed in one taller box that can also house the 5 singles. That's a minimum of 7 CD's, but likely more. Then there's the ephemera. I'd be surprised if it was less than 150 quid.

    Edit: Okay, 130 quid. Hmmm, wish I wasn't still into vinyl.
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    "I don't know; I was really drunk at the time." - Henry McCullough

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    Someone over on SHF speculated that this is a placeholder for the release.

    https://www.amazon.com/Early-Box-Col...iglink20252-20

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    label : "legacy"?, and pink floyd is not mentionned in the link by amazon... and artist is "color"

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