|Catalog:||RSR225 International Records (Matrix no.)|
|Cover:||Photos of Rick and Roger|
|Sources:||11-02-70 Birmingham Birmingham, Town Hall, England, 11th February 1970|
Side 1: 1. Embryo 2. Main Theme from More Side 2: 1. Careful With Your Axe, Eugene 2. Sysyphus Side 3: 1. The Violent Sequence Side 4: 1. Atom Heart MotherBand:
Roger Waters Rick Wright Nick Mason David Gilmour
|Xref:||included in Pink Floyd In Memoriam|
This album captures one of the weirdest floyd shows in existence. There
aren't many ROIOs around that have this track.
Embryo is a pretty normal recording, then follows a 10 or so minute
jam, loosely based on More's main-theme, there's even some babbling
from Roger about this track being the main theme from a movie ``you've
probably never seen''. Then comes Carefull, followed by Sissiphus,
which is a pretty astonishing song (if it wasn't for the not so good
Sound quality), the band is into it, and Roger even starts doing his
Mad Scotchman act ...
Then we get The Violent Sequence, which showcases Nick Mason. As you
most likely know, TVS is divided in 4 parts, parts 1 & 3 are drum based,
while part 2 & 4 are piano based. Part 1 really rocks, and gave me some
strange looks from my colleague when I played it on my office tape
player. Atom Heart Mother is actually still The Amazing Pudding, and
again features some really good drumming from Nicky.
(Last update: 930101)
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