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Brain Damage - The definitive Pink Floyd radio show
The Doctors radio show is now a podcast! The definitive Pink Floyd podcast radio show! Anything and everything that is Pink Floyd. featuring unreleased demos, outtakes, soundtracks, bootleg material.
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DATE: Mon, 20 Sep 2010
SIZE: 156. MB
"With Friends Surrounded"
Show #158, Release date: 19. September, 2010Yeah I know... the title is Gilmour/Floyd but its appropriate. If you are/were unable to visit Chicago for Roger's performance of The Wall, then this is for you. The AFG forum member events are a special thing and sharing the fun with as many people as possible is what it's all about. RonToon of Harvested Records assembled a great collection of Roger Waters' songs, a soundtrack if you will for a dinner gathering at Gino's East in downtown Chicago. I asked Ron if it would be cool to post this as a podcast at the exact same time its played for everyone at the dinner. So in spirit, you too can be with us as well. No playlist folks... for this, we wish you were here. Running Time: 2h:15m:52s
DATE: Fri, 17 Sep 2010
SIZE: 124. MB
"The Wall 2010 Spoiler"
Show #157, Release date: 17. September, 2010And so it begins. The first of many shows from perhaps one of Roger's most anticipated tours since leaving Pink Floyd nearly 30 years ago. The Wall 2010!If you rather not spoil it for yourself, then don't listen but resistance is futile. The recording is decent but it badly needed some tweaking. It was far too bassy, so I fixed that up and doctored it for supersound. Enjoy!Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 15. September 2010Set One01. In the Flesh02. The Thin Ice03. Another Brick in the Wall Part 104. The Happiest Days of our Lives05. Another Brick in the Wall Part 206. Mother07. Goodbye Blue Sky08. Empty Spaces09. What Shall We Do Now?10. Young Lust11. One of My Turns12. Don’t Leave Me Now13. Another Brick in the Wall Part 314. The Last Few Bricks15. Goodbye Cruel WorldSet Two16. Hey You17. Is There Anybody Out There?18. Nobody Home19. Vera20. Bring the Boys Back Home21. Comfortably Numb22. The Show Must Go On23. In The Flesh24. Run Like Hell25. Waiting for the Worms26. Stop27. The Trial28. Outside the WallMusicians:Drums: Graham BroadGuitars: Dave Kilminster, G.E. Smith, Snowy WhiteBass: Roger WatersKeyboards: Jon Carin, Harry WatersLead Vocals: Robbie Wyckoff, Roger WatersBacking Vocals: Jon Joyce, Mark Lennon, Michael Lennon, Kipp LennonSpecial Thanks to Many (nerdlogger) for the recording.
DATE: Mon, 06 Sep 2010
SIZE: 142. MB
"Every Brick In The Wall"
Show #156, Release date: 6. September, 2010First, A happy 67th birthday to Roger Waters! As the Wall Tour nears, what better time to feature somethign I've been meaning to feature for a very long time. This is a unique mix and extended version of The Wall. Chad Hendrickson is the mastermind behind this project in which many different versions of songs are mixed together providing an interesting listen.For those of you who will be in Chicago to see Roger, the following link provides all the info you need if you'd like to meet up before and/or after the shows. See you soon! http://pinkfloydz.com/chicagoconvocation2010.htm 01. When The Tigers Broke Free (Part I)02. In The Flesh? 03. The Thin Ice04. Another Brick In The Wall (Part I)05. When The Tigers Broke Free (Part II)06. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives07. Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)08. Mother09. Goodbye Blue Sky10. Empty Spaces - What Shall We Do Now?11. Young Lust12. One Of My Turns13. Don't Leave Me Now14. Another Brick In The Wall (Part III)15. Goodbye Cruel World16. Hey You17. Is There Anybody Out There?18. Nobody Home19. Vera20. Bring The Boys Back Home21. Comfortably Numb22. The Show Must Go On23. In The Flesh24. Run Like Hell25. Waiting For The Worms26. Stop27. The Trial27. Outside The WallRunning Time:2hrs:4min:05sec
DATE: Mon, 16 Aug 2010
SIZE: 188. MB
"Boston 1975 Matrix"
Show #155, Release date: 16. August, 2010 This podcast is a huge improvement to Show #56 - It took forever to do this. Honestly I'm glad its done but I'm so enjoying the rewards of having a killer sounding recording and now you can too. This one is made up of two sources painstakingly mixed together. You really get a feel for the space. The Boston Garden was a great place to see a concert. It was built at the cost of 4 million dollars in 1928 by the same people who built New York's Madison Square Garden. It was originally called Boston's Madison Square Garden and eventually "Madison Square" was dropped from the name. The Garden was demolished in 1997. The Floyd live at The Garden, 18. June, 1975. Most enjoyable are the performances of You Gotta Be Crazy, which is different from both the 74 and 77 Dogs versions. The set also has great versions of Any Colour You Like and one of the last pre-87 performances of Echoes. Before that, I have for you, audio of the video footage from the Hoping Foundation gig featuring David Gilmour and Roger Waters. Please, if you can, give to the HOPING Foundation! Kiddington Hall, Oxfordshire, UK, 10. July 2010. 01. To Know Him Is To Love Him02. Wish You Were Here03. Comfortably Numb04. Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)Boston Garden, Boston, MA, 18. June, 1975Mixed from two recordings merged together.- The Hopkins recording - floor section CC, row 10, seat 14. (PRRP053H)- The Lampinski recording - section BB, row 5, seat 6. (PRRP053L)Set 101. Raving And Drooling02. You Gotta Be Crazy03. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (1-5)04. Have A Cigar05. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (6-9)Set 206. Speak To Me07. Breathe08. On The Run09. Time10. Breathe (reprise)11. Great Gig In The Sky12. Money13. Us And Them14. Any Colour You Like15. Brain Damage16. EclipseEncore17. Echoes Running Time: 2h:44m:22s Special thanks: Perry Bax of Chicago, host of BestRadioPodcast.com
DATE: Sun, 25 Jul 2010
SIZE: 93.2 MB
"'I Framed' Roger Waters"
Show #154 Release date: 25. July, 2010 Actually I didn't frame Roger. Good friend and long time Brain Damaged listener Barry BURBs hit me up with a smashing good mix framed in the proper light. Since I'm deeply immersed in my latest matrix project and with Roger making all the buzz lately, this seems rather fitting. I always love when listeners generate content so keep em coming! At Barry's request and in keeping with his podcasting style there will be no playlist for his one. It’s a fun listen! Don't forget to please leave your comments! Thank you and enjoy!Running time: 1h:21m:23sec
DATE: Sun, 27 Jun 2010
SIZE: 173. MB
Show #153 Release date: 27. June, 2010Hello. How many in your party? Nevermind, please have a seat, you've waited long enough. This is a fun podcast to listen too with some good friends or even alone. Its a gourmet culenary delight of Floyd goodness. Just take a look at whats on the menu. Feast and enjoy! - Menu - 01. 4:30am (Apparently they were traveling abroad) [Radio City Music Hall, New York City, 28. March, 1985]02. One of My Turns [Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island, N.Y, 28. February 1980]03. What God wants (part 3) [Amused To Death]04. Its A Miracle [Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, 5. March 2002]- Breakfast -05. Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast [Atom Heart Mother] 06. Ibiza Bar [More]- Lunch -07. 5.06 AM (every stranger's eyes) [Blockbuster-Sony Entertainment Center, Camden, N.J., 11. August, 1999]- Snacks -08. Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk [Piper at The Gates of Dawn 40th]09. The Powers That Be [Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 7. November, 1987]- Appetizers -10. Money [Boston Garden, Boston, MA, 18. June, 1975]11. Amused To Death [Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, 5. March 2002]12. This Heaven [AOL Sessions, New York City, 6. April 2006]13. San Tropez [Meddle]- Main dishes - 14. Welcome To The Machine [Tennis Center, Melbourne, Australia, 19. February, 1988]15. Breathe [Hyde Park, London, 02. July 2005]16. Sheep [Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA. 9. May, 1977]17 Have A Cigar [Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire, UK, 5. July 1975]18. Another Brick In The Wall (part 2) [film version]- Desserts - 19. Apples And Oranges (stereo version) [Best of Pink Floyd]20. Candy And A Currant Bun (mono version) [The Early Singles]21. Bike [Piper at The Gates of Dawn 40th]- Beverages -22. The Gnome [Piper at The Gates of Dawn 40th]23. Crumbling Land (full version) [Zabriskie Point, 1970]24. A Spanish Piece [More]25. Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun [Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain, 21. April 2007]26. Until We Sleep [Stabler Arena, Bethlehem, PA, 12. July, 1984]
DATE: Sun, 20 Jun 2010
SIZE: 2.89 MB
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DATE: Sun, 30 May 2010
SIZE: 156. MB
"Wir gehen nach Berlin"
Show #152 Release date: 29. May, 2010Berlin is one of the cities I absolutely love. You've heard the special version of "Echoes" from this gig before here on Brain Damage but I've never featured the entire show... till now. Doctored up for super sound, we go to Berlin to the infamous Sportspalast, 05. June, 1971Set 1:01. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 02. Fat Old Sun 03. Embryo 05. Echoes Set 2:06. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 07. Cymbaline 08. A Saucerful Of Secrets Encore:09. Astronomy Domine 10. Pink BluesRunning Time: 2h:16m:35sec?I'm having a lot of problems uploading this to my host provider which I'll probably dump soon. I hope this works. Anyway, they decided to completely change ("screw up") the way everything works, leaving the end user (me) to fend for himself. I think I figured it out though. : )
DATE: Sun, 09 May 2010
SIZE: 172. MB
"A Clearer View"
Show #151 Release date: 9. May, 2010I had normally planned on presenting my matrix recording from Foxboro, May 1988 as like an anniversary thing. Unfortunately I had to abort the project because the edited files became corrupt. The ghost in the Machine got the best of it. A while back someone handed a copy of a mystery 1987 Floyd gig in hopes that I could identify it and found that it was from Floyd's last night at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago, 28th September. This podcast features that recording which I also discovered happens to be taken right from master, all doctored up to sound a little better.Set One:01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (pts. 1-5)02. Signs of Life03. Learning To Fly04. Yet Another Movie/Round and Around05. A New Machine (pt. 1)06. Terminal Frost07. A New Machine (pt. 2)08. Sorrow09. Dogs of War10. On The Turning AwaySet Two: 11. One Of These Days 12. Time 13. On The Run 14. Wish You Were Here 15. Welcome To The Machine 16. Us and Them 17. Money 18. Another Brick In The Wall (pt. 2) 19. Comfortably Numb Encore:20. One Slip 21. Run Like HellRunning time: 2h:30m:04sTicket stub: RonToon Harvested.org
DATE: Fri, 16 Apr 2010
SIZE: 123. MB
"BBC Archives 67-69 - 40th Anniversary Edition"
Show #150 Release date: 16. April, 2010 For this special edition of Brian Damage, accompanying us is RonToon of Harvested Records to discuss what Harvested does and to focus on their incredible sounding upgraded version of "BBC Archives 1967-1969". The liner notes say "This release required a lot of work and took more than 6 months to complete. The purpose was to present each track in the best possible quality. The process was long because it was performed on a track by track basis. For each song, we had to compare many different sources in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each version and then decide which one(s) to work on. The mastering work was done very carefully, trying to repair every flaw that could be corrected... and there were a lot (tape warble, crackles, drop-outs, incorrect speed, etc)." Enjoy!Note: The Harvested release contains more tracks than whats here. Mmwwahahahaaa!Playhouse Theater, London, 25. September 196701. The Gnome02. Scarecrow03. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun04. Matilda Mother05. Reaction in G06. Flaming Maida Vale Studios, Maida Vale, UK, 20 December 196701. Vegetable Man02. Scream Thy Last Scream03. Pow R Toc H04. Jugband BluesPiccadilly Studios, London, 25 June 196805. The Murderotic Woman06. The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules07. Let There Be More Light08. Julia DreamMaida Vale Studios, Maida Vale, UK, 2. December 196809. Point Me At The Sky10. Baby Blue Shuffle In D Major11. Embryo12. Interstellar OverdriveParis Cinema, London, 12. May 196919. Daybreak20. Nightmare21. The Beginning22. Beset By Creatures Of The Deep23. The Narrow WayRunning Time: 1hrs:45min:35sec
DATE: Wed, 24 Mar 2010
SIZE: 131. MB
"Forwards In Reverse"
Show #149 Release date: 24. March, 2010The name of the podcast almost has nothing to do with the theme but it does describe the manner in which it progresses. A few weeks ago I realized that I've never featured the KQED sessions in full, not even on the radio back in 2004. Crazy I neglected this for so long and its long overdue. For the rest of the podcast, I wasn't 100% sure what direction to take it. Well, the other day, Craig Williams, who's responsible for the last podcast idea again suggested the following, "Years ago you did a podcast featuring a compilation of the Pink Floyd radio sessions, well how about doing one featuring their appearances on TV. As it focuses on the bands early years, it provides a nice contrast to recent podcasts" He also suggested KQED. What a coincidence and bingo. We were watching TV... watching TV. Please don't mind me flipping the channels.KQED Studios, San Francisco, CA, 28 april, 197001. Atom Heart Mother02. Cymbaline03. Grantchester Meadows04. Green Is The Colour05. Careful With That Axe, Eugene06. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun---07. Moonhead [BBC 1 TV Omnibus special, recorded 10. July, 1969] 08. Saucerful of Secrets [Essen International Pop & Blues Festival, Grughalle, Essen, Germany, 11. October, 1969]09. untitled instrumental [BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd's Bush, London, 26. march 1968]10. Let There Be More Light [L'Antenne du Chapiteau du Kremlin-Bicetre, Paris, 31 October 1968] 11. Flaming [L'Antenne du Chapiteau du Kremlin-Bicetre, Paris, 31 October 1968] 12. Interstellar Overdrive [UFO club, London, 27. January 1967]13. untitled instrumental [UFO Club, London, 24. February 1967]14. Astronomy Domine [BBC’s ‘Look of The Week’, 14. May 1967]15. untitled instrumental [Stanhope Gardens, Hampstead, London, 12. December, 1967]16. Remember A Day [Later…With Jools Holland, 23 September, 2008]Photo: Escobar StudiosRunning Time: 1hr:55min:12sec
DATE: Mon, 01 Mar 2010
SIZE: 139. MB
"F@%k All That"
Show #148 Release date: 1. March, 2010Podcast time! The theme for this one is the brain child of Brain Damaged listener, Craig Williams of Newcastle, U.K. He writes, "Here's a daft, but naughty, suggestion for a future podcast. How about a section that contains PF/RW/DG songs with rude words"? You know, thats a fuckin great idea! Consider it done!01. Not Now John [The Final Cut]02. 4.50 AM (go fishing) [National Exhibition Centre Arena, Birmingham, U.K., 27. June, 1984]03. 5.01 AM (the pros and cons of hitchhiking) [1984-07-22 - East Rutherford, N.J., 22. July, 1984]04. 5.06 AM (every stranger's eyes) [Blockbuster-Sony Entertainment Center, Camden, N.J., 11. August, 1999]05. Pigs (three different ones)[Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA. 9. May, 1977]06. It's A Miracle [Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, 5. March 2002]07. Lost For Words [Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida, 6. May, 1994]08. You Gotta Be Crazy [Los Angeles Sports Arena, 26. April 1975]09. Pigs on The Wing (part 1) [Madison Square Garden, N.Y., N.Y., 3. July, 1977]10. The Gunners Dream [Spectrum Theater, Philadelphia, PA, 24 July, 1984] 11. Money [Rainbow Theater, London, 4. October, 1973 - later show]12. Nobody Home (film version)13. Me Or Him [Radio K.A.O.S.] <- I fucked up and said 1984 instead of 198714. Candy And A Currant Bun (uncensored version) 15. Too Much Rope [Amused To Death]16. The Trial [Earls Court, London, 9. August, 1980]17. Leaving Beirut [Pepsi Center, Denver, CO., 30. April, 2008]Running Time: 2hrs:01min:26sec
DATE: Mon, 08 Feb 2010
SIZE: 178. MB
"New Orleans 94"
Show #147 Release date: 7. February, 2010I'm still working on the syncing project. So in the meantimem heres a quick podcast I whiped up thanks to Brain Damaged listener Jim Gilbert of Montgomery, Alabama who emailed "Why not the New Orleans Superdome show to feature in a podcast, to celebrate the Saints? (I'm actually a Pats fan, by the way.) It could work either way if they win, it's a Floydian lagniappe. If they lose, it's a consolation prize for all Saints/Floyd fans." Excellent Idea! Suggestions are always appreciated so keep sending them in. Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana, 14. May, 1994Set One:01. Astronomy Domine02. Learning To Fly 03. What Do You Want From Me? 04. On The Turning Away 05. Take It Back 06. Coming Back To Life 07. Sorrow 08. Keep Talking 09. One Of These DaysSet Two:10. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)11. Breathe 12. Time 13. Breathe (Reprise) 14. High Hopes 15. The Great Gig in the Sky 16. Wish You Were Here 17. Us And Them 18. Money 19. Another Brick in the Wall, Part II 20. Comfortably NumbEncore:21. Hey You 22. Run Like Hell Running Time: 2hrs:30min:35sec
DATE: Sun, 31 Jan 2010
SIZE: 0.01 MB
Hello braindamaged listeners... I figured I'd pop in and give a little update just in case you are wondering where/when the podcast is... It's in the works and has been for a while... I am considering posting something in the meantime but I'm so immersed in what I'm currently doing, its hard to think of something else. Anyway... During the Holiday break I was given a recording of a Floyd gig from the taper himself. Funny thing too is I met the taper at the exact spot where it was recorded 22 years ago. That's a hint by the way... His recording is really good, with little crowd noise but had a lot of hiss. Not long after, I found another recording of the same gig but the sound was much better but had crowd noise and two very wasted girls nearby. After listening to each intently, I discovered that one recording picked up particular sounds that the other didn't and vice versa. I know the venue very well (there's another hint) and I can tell where each taper was located just from listening...but anyway, it got me thinking how it would sound if I put the two together. So that’s what I've been working on. I already remastered both but more so with the better sounding of the two and I'm using the lesser one as an ambient filler if you will. The process of syncing the two recordings is very tedious due to the recordings being at different speeds and to top it off the speed shifts throughout the lesser recording making the process even more difficult. The result however dramatically adds to the atmosphere. I can't wait to finish it. Thanks for your patience! Doc
DATE: Mon, 11 Jan 2010
SIZE: 111. MB
"71 Montreux Master Reels"
Show #146 Release date: 11. January, 2010Welcome back! During the holiday break Harvested Records gave a select few a sneak peak at an upcoming project with a set of master recordings from Floyd's 1971 Montreux gig. These are the raw files as received and Harvested will be creating a definitive version in the near future. The taper used 2 Sennheiser MD-421 and a Uher 4200 reel to reel recorder at 19ips. Concerning his rig at the time, he had the following to say about it..."I had my UHER 'custom unbuilt' in multiple parts, so I could sneak it in more discretely. Then I built a whole 'neck-holder' (like the one Bob Dylan's used to hold the harp), a heavy construction sewed in a tough-tissued jacket (often way to hot to bear at concerts) and the two mics were placed niftily beside each ear hidden by my long hair..."He also went on to say that he's never released this recording directly from the master tapes... that is until now. The Pavillion, Montreux, Switzerland, 18. September 1971.01. Echoes02. careful With That Axe Eugene03. Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun04. Cymbaline05. Atom Heart Mother (with The London Philharmonic Orchestra and choir) 06. A Saucerful of SecretsRunning time: 2hr:00min:50sec
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Wall (Waters) demos
Great stuff thru the years. Is there any more unreleased demo material from third album of The Wall or unreleased. Perhaps early Final Cut (Spare Bricks) material as follow up or movie soundtrack. Ex: Death Disco, One of the Few, Thin Ice 2, SouthHampton Dock (pre), Sexual Revolution, Empty Spaces 2, Teach, Teacher Teacher, Your Possible Pasts, The Final Cut, The Hero's. Thanks, GeoM
Submitted By: gamahalik@... (on 7-2010)
I?m from Chile...i saw Roger two times, maybe some day i'll see the rest of the band...here or whereever...but i listen it day by day... Thanks for this magnific podcast...i can live now with Pink Floyd history..thank you Doc. Try to podcast more early video sessions if you could. Always a floyd. Rodrigo.
Submitted By: rodrigo_kunduz@... (on 12-2009)