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Did you know that in 1974, PF were preparing album called "Household Object" the only instruments should be ordinary home objects (scotch tape, bucket, cutlery...). They made 3 songs, but they were released during the "Why Pink Floyd" campaign in 2011. Did you know that the What Do You Want From Me guitar theme had already been used 16 years earlier on David Gilmoure’s first solo album? Did you know that Pink Floyd are named after two bluesmen from Georgia, USA? Their names were Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.
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a saucerful of secrets

A Saucerful Of Secrets

release date:

29.6. 1968

catalog numbers:

LP (1968) - Columbia SC 6258 (mono; odlišný mix)
LP (1968) - Columbia SCX 6258
LP (1968) - Tower T 5131 (mono; odlišný mix)
LP (1968) - Tower ST 5131
CD (1987) - EMI CDP 7 46383 2
CD (1987) - Capitol CDP 7 46383 2
CD (1992) - EMI 7 80564 2 (jako součást kolekce "Shine On")
CD (1994) - EMI 8 29512 2 (digitální remaster)
CD (????) - EMI CP32-5272 (pouze v Japonsku)

songs:

  • Let There Be More Light
  • Remember A Day
  • Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
  • Corporal Clegg
  • A Saucerful Of Secrets
  • See-Saw
  • Jugband Blues

credits:

Recorded at the EMI Abbey Road studios.
Producer: Norman Smith
Artwork: Hipgnosis

note:

The album was recorded when Syd Barrett was about to psychically collapse. At the time, David Gilmour was starting to take over Syd's role at the concerts, and gradually, he started to work on the album, too. Positively, Syd Barret recorded parts of Jugband Blues and Remember A Day. Possibly, he recorded parts of See- Saw and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. It is sure that he did not record Saucerful Of Secrets and not even the song Corporal Clegg, to which he wrote the music to Waters'lyrics.
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English version by:
Vít Benešovský, Jan "Johnny" Petrus


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