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Thread: A Beginner's Guide to live Pink Floyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by vince666 View Post
    was Amsterdam sept 17th 1969 mentioned?
    No, since it is available officially these days in The Early Years. Same reason the Floyd BBC sessions are excluded. For any new member reading this who does not know, yes the Amsterdam concert is absolutely essential as are the BBC recordings. You should either buy the physical copies, the hd tracks versions, or stream them for free depending on your budget, format preference, and needs.

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    Just my 2 cents, but anyone looking to immerse themselves in PF boots probably at least knows the basics of this band and is looking for "the deep stuff". With that being said, I nominate all of 1970 as mandatory listening, followed closely by all of 1971!

    Seriously though, pointing new people at the BBC Shows, 1975 LA/Boston, 1977 Oakland and the 1980 MOTB tape should serve as an outstanding starting point for anybody. After listening to those, they should have a very solid feel for what it is that turns them on/off... and then they can snatch all of 1970/1971 ;-)
    Off surfing with Linda, of course!

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    Oops - already listed!
    Last edited by Swirling Panpot; 2022-04-27 at 10:26 PM.
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