Pink Floyd: The Wall, LP (Vinyl)
Pink Floyd: The Wall, LP (Vinyl)
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Pink Floyd : The Wall

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
includes printed inner sleeves with rounded corners; Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SHSP 4111 A-2U, (Runout side B): SHSP 4111 B-3U TML-X, (Runout side C): SHSP 4111 A-3U TML-X, (Runout side D): SHSP 4111 B-3U TML-X
  • Harvest
  • (SHDW 411)
  • 26 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • heavy item (600g)
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve, sticker NOT included



In The Flesh?


The Thin Ice


Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1)


The Happiest Days Of Our Lives


Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)




Goodbye Blue Sky


Empty Spaces


Young Lust

Written By

One Of My Turns


Don't Leave Me Now


Another Brick In The Wall Part 3


Goodbye Cruel World


Hey You


Is There Anybody Out There?


Nobody Home




Bring The Boys Back Home


Comfortably Numb

Written By

The Show Must Go On


In The Flesh


Run Like Hell

Written By

Waiting For The Worms




The Trial

Written By

Outside The Wall


Arranged By
  • Michael Kamen
  • Bob Ezrin
Backing Vocals
  • Bruce Johnston
  • Islington Green School
  • Jim Haas
  • Joe Chemay
  • Jon Joyce
  • Stan Farber
  • Toni Tennille
Co Producer
  • James Guthrie
  • James Guthrie
  • Brian Christian
  • John McClure
  • Nick Griffiths
  • Patrice Quef
  • Rick Hart
  • Gerald Scarfe
  • Roger Waters
Mastered By
  • Doug Sax
  • Nick Mason
  • Richard Wright
  • Roger Waters
  • David Gilmour
  • Nick Mason
  • Nick Mason
  • David Gilmour
  • Richard Wright
  • Richard Wright
  • Richard Wright
  • Roger Waters
  • David Gilmour
  • Richard Wright
  • David Gilmour
  • Richard Wright
  • Bob Ezrin
  • Roger Waters
  • David Gilmour
  • Roger Waters
  • David Gilmour
  • Roger Waters
  • David Gilmour
  • Roger Waters
  • David Gilmour
Sequenced By
  • David Gilmour
  • Phil Taylor
Written By


Jefferson Airplane: It Crawled Out Of The Vaults Of KSAN 1966-1968 - Volume 2: Live At The Fillmore Auditorium 1966 & 67
Jefferson Airplane : It Crawled Out Of The Vaults Of KSAN 1966-1968 - Volume 2: Live At The Fillmore Auditorium 1966 & 67
Here we go with some awesome underground live material from one of the most important psychedelic rock pioneers in history of mankind. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE, ladies and gentlemen, in a very early incarnation when Skip Spence and Signe Anderson had just made way for the goddess of psyche Grace Slick on vocals and Spencer Dryden on drums to form what should become the classic line up leading this band to their huge success. Four of nine songs also appear from their cult album ?Surrealistic pillow? released in 1967, two more have appeared as part of ?Jefferson Airplane takes off? in 1966. There are later live versions of ?Fat angel? and ?Other side of life? on the 1969 live album ?Bless it's pointed little head? but these are the earlier, more rough edged and insane psyche out recordings of both beautiful pieces. Well, you get JEFFERSON AIRPLANE on this record, bare naked and honest to the bone. Just as they had been when they plugged in and played. The sound is amazing, raw and wild but clean and powerful enough to give every instrument and voice enough room to unfold. Technically not overwhelming but with a feeling of passion and dedication that only a true live recording can capture. And from every note that is played here you can feel the breath of the era where the cold war nearly turned into a very hot one and the world stood on the edge of a nuclear war while down in Vietnam ... well you all know the story. It was a time when the people freed themselves from the frowst of the past and lived a self destined life. This recording is an eye witness on historical developments. But however you behold it, it's awesome music by awesome people. This is indeed a little masterpiece and will please any fans of late 60s psychedelic sounds, die hard JEFFERSON AIRPLANE freaks and whoever cares for the best ever period in music. A must have!
LP (Vinyl)
Mort Garson: Electronic Hair Pieces
Mort Garson : Electronic Hair Pieces
reissue of 1969 Space-Age Electronic album: He was the master of the moog and a pioneer in electronic music from the late 60s and 70s where he participated in some unforgotten projects such as LUCIFER, THE ZODIAC, ATARAXIA and PLANTASIA. The following review centers on his album “Electronic Hair pieces” from 1969 on which he tickles your senses with instrumental adaptions of the songs from the musical “Hair”. He performs all the tunes on a contemporary moog synthesizer system even with electronic percussion. Since you might recognize the one or another melody even if you have never experienced the original musical but all in all these adaptions may feel slightly bizarre to you. There are these simple but beautiful pop melodies upfront, a ticking rhythm and then it gets weird with a few layers of chirring moog lines and some hissing and threateningly droning sounds far in the back. But all these little components are there. Most wicked tune on side A is the melancholic “Three – Five – Zero – Zero”, a mixture of proto industrialistic metallic noises, reverberant electronic percussions and rather gentle melodic parts where the moog carols away. It leaves you in a disturbed mood. And even though the well known musical songs are mostly lightweight in nature, the creaking and pulsating main melodies, pinging accompaniments and static rhythms take you far away to the belly of an intelligent machine. You may find yourself onboard of a giant spaceship or drifting through a colorful synthetic dream world. Somehow the music still bears a warmth that became unusual later when synthesizer music developed further by the late 70s and early 80s. Mort Garson knows to perform his adaptions with passion and a depth that is an exciting joy to explore. It works with his own compositions you can find on “Black mass” by LUCIFER for example and it works here with a bunch of pop melodies rearranged for a battery of synthesizers. Still this is definitely a bizarre trip and may feel scary to “Hair” aficionados but venturous lovers of the more experimental late 1960s music territories will dig it due to the great backing compositions and the outstanding performance.
LP (Vinyl)