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PostPosted: Mon Jan 06, 2014 11:41 am 
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PINK FLOYD - Secret Rarities - Rev.A
[ This Place Records TPR CD 010 ]

Demos & outtakes 1983-1993

01. Like A Rolling Stone (David Gilmour demo 1983)
02. Like A Rolling Stone (David Gilmour demo 1983 - FM source)
03. Learning To Fly (Jon Carin demo 1986)
04. Learning To Fly (Jon Carin demo 1986 - FM source)
05. The Dogs Of War (demo 1986)
06. Signs Of Life (outtake 1986)
07. Untitled #1 (demo 1993)
08. Untitled #2 (demo 1993)
09. Untitled #3 (demo 1993)
10. Untitled #4 (demo 1993) (incl. What Do You Want From Me)
11. Untitled #1 (outtake 1993)
12. Wearing The Inside Out (outtake 1993)
The Instrumental Suite (outtake 1993):
13. - Cluster One
14. - Marooned
15. - Untitled (incl. High Hopes)


Details:

This is a revised version from the one I shared previously (in 2008 on JAC and
in May 2013 on Yeeshkul!). Tracks are either upgrades compared to previous
versions, or new tracks (tracks 2, 11, 13, 14 and 15).

Tracks 1, 3, 5 and 6 come from a tape that David Gilmour brought to BBC Radio
One studios on 28Jul92, for his interview by Nick Horne (promoting the "Shine
On" box set). They are from a pre-FM source and sound slightly better than the
versions on the previous release, but are still mono. For that reason, the
current compilation also includes the versions of "Like A Rolling Stone"
(track 2) and "Learning To Fly" (track 4) taken from the stereo FM broadcast
("The Dogs Of War" and "Signs Of Life" were on the tape but were not broadcast
during the BBC show).

The most significant upgrades are the 4 untitled demos from 1993 (tracks 7 to
10), for which I received unprocessed versions some months ago. The versions
circulating until now had severe NR and were very muffled. The new versions
offered here have some hiss, but sound natural and clear. The 1st demo was
apparently assembled from two jams, and the first part was probably accelerated
in order to have the same pitch as the second part. This demo was later
developed and properly recorded by the band (the resulting studio outtake can
be heard on track 11). The 4th demo is also an assemblage, from four separate
jams (the third one containing the ascending chord sequence that appeared later
on "What Do You Want From Me").

The outtake of "Wearing The Inside Out" (track 12) is from the same source as
previously ("Bear In Tree" RoIO), with muffled sound as if the tape was played
back with Dolby ON while the recording was not using Dolby. It was carefully
remastered in order to bring some clarity and now sounds slightly better than
the previous version.

The last 3 tracks are completely new, and form together an 11 minute
instrumental suite. These outtakes probably come from an early version of "The
Division Bell" album, and reveal that the first intention of the Floyd was to
make a long instrumental piece where "Cluster One" segues into "Marooned", and
then into a third part with percussions. This third part was abandoned for the
final version of the album, but its harmonies were re-used in the bridge of
"High Hopes". Please note that this instrumental suite was given to me with
plenty of digi-noises, crackles and clicks, and was almost unlistenable in its
rough form. I used de-clicking and de-crackling methods in order to make it
listenable – and even enjoyable - but you can still hear some kind of "surface"
noise or saturation during the loud parts. There is still hope to get a better
(cleaner) version in the future. In the meantime, this is the best as it could
sound.

This new year will see the 20th anniversary of "The Division Bell" album, so it
seems to be a perfect time to share these upgraded and new rarities.

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The Forum Killed Arkay wrote:
Ha! :)
The shoes Don't Fit, Christmas wasn't the same. The lines are unaffected by "quite". Nice that you offered an alternate "rather" rather than leaving alternate definitions unaccounted for.
Anyway, quite and rather are both are similar to my Most Hated Word for Lyrics of All Time: "Somehow"
Its lazy, doesn't help any further than saying "I don't know how to say" in different lettering. Somehow, some folks rather agree that its quite silly to say that they don't know how to say something. Figure it out and get back to us! As most around here know, I'm a Todd Rundgren fan... despite the fact that he abuses "Somehow" all the time. To be fair, in "Chapter & Verse" he declares that vocabulary is his weakest quality.


Getting increasingly off-topic, but WTF.
I will agree with you on "somehow"- and "rather", at least in England, is hopelessly "upper middle class" (as in "Would you like a scone?" "Rather!").
However, I will fight to the death for "quite", as I love it's ironic ambiguity. C.f. the Kinks' "Low Budget", where Ray Davies slips from a mid-Atlantic, Mick Jaggeresque drawl into a beautiful lower middle-class insecurity, emphasizing it by the use of the word "quite". that I find really amusing. :wink:

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The Forum Killed Arkay wrote:
Ha! :)
The shoes Don't Fit, Christmas wasn't the same. The lines are unaffected by "quite". Nice that you offered an alternate "rather" rather than leaving alternate definitions unaccounted for.
Anyway, quite and rather are both are similar to my Most Hated Word for Lyrics of All Time: "Somehow"
Its lazy, doesn't help any further than saying "I don't know how to say" in different lettering. Somehow, some folks rather agree that its quite silly to say that they don't know how to say something. Figure it out and get back to us! As most around here know, I'm a Todd Rundgren fan... despite the fact that he abuses "Somehow" all the time. To be fair, in "Chapter & Verse" he declares that vocabulary is his weakest quality.


Getting increasingly off-topic, but WTF.
I will agree with you on "somehow"- and "rather", at least in England, is hopelessly "upper middle class" (as in "Would you like a scone?" "Rather!").
However, I will fight to the death for "quite", as I love it's ironic ambiguity. C.f. the Kinks' "Low Budget", where Ray Davies slips from a mid-Atlantic, Mick Jaggeresque drawl into a beautiful lower middle-class insecurity, emphasizing it by the use of the word "quite". that I find really amusing. :wink:
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Exactly! :)
(Signed, Sir Hubert Gusset)

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December 28, 2013
Uncasville, CT
Mohegan Sun Arena
140 Minutes, AUD, B+


Act Of God . .
What Have You Done For Me Lately
(Theme Song From) Which Way Is Up? - Dancing Machine
Partyman It's Alright / Controversy coda
Take Me With U . .
Raspberry Beret . .
Cream .
Cool incl. Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough interpolation
The Sweeter She Is
Something In The Water (Does Not Compute) . .
Let's Go Crazy w/ Frankenstein interpolation
1999
Mutiny incl. Ice Cream Castles coda
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man .
Guitar .
Plectrum Electrum .

How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore . .
Diamonds And Pearls . .
The Beautiful Ones . .
Strange Relationship

Forever In My Life 1 . .
Sign O' The Times 1 . .
A Love Bizarre 1 . .
Love (instrumental) 1 . .
Pop Life (instrumental) 1 . .
Nasty Girl (instrumental) 1 . .
Hot Thing 1 . .
17 Days (instrumental) 1 . .
I Would Die 4 U 1 . .
Housequake 1 . .

Purple Rain . .

Days Of Wild incl. Q.U.E.E.N., Big Fun 'Get Freaky' chant & Ain't Nobody, Don't Stop The Music & Family Affair interpolations

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I think that must be there best (and funniest).

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