Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother Goes On The Road U.S. live 2 LP set

Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother Goes On The Road U.S. live LP

Offered for sale is a copy of the U.S. double live album Atom Heart Mother Goes on the Road by Pink Floyd.

About this copy: This copy of Atom Heart Mother Goes on the Road is a 1986 U.S. pressing.

The cover is M-.  The two black vinyl discs are M- and look unplayed.  Clean discs!

A beautiful copy of an exceptionally good live album.

Background: Recorded at the Paris Theater, London, in 1971, Atom Heart Mother Goes on the Road was sourced from an FM radio broadcast.

Tracks are:

  • Embryo
  • Green is the Colour
  • Careful with that Axe, Eugene
  • If
  • Atom Heart Mother (complete)
  • Fat Old Sun
  • One of These Days
  • Echoes

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Oscar Records
Catalog Number:
VD-009-12
Year of Release: 1986
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – In Celebration of the Comet U.S. live LP in shrink

Pink Floyd - In Celebration of the Comet U.S. live LP

Offered for sale is a copy of the  U.S. live LP In Celebration of the Comet by Pink Floyd, with the cover still in the shrink wrap.

About this copy: This copy of In Celebration of the Comet is a 1978 U.S. pressing on the Spindizzie label of an album that was originally released in 1974 by The Amazing Korneyfone Record Label.

The plain white cover is M- and is still in the original shrink wrap.

The disc is M- and looks unplayed.  Clean disc!

A nice copy of a well-recorded live album.

Background: Recorded in 1972 in London, In Celebration of the Comet is a live recording that contains an early version of The Dark Side of the Moon recorded live.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Spindizzie
Catalog Number:
SD 841
Year of Release: 1978
Format: Mono
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Pink Floyd – Rhapsody in Pink (The Psychedelic Years) U.S live 2 LP set

Pink Floyd - Rhapsody in Pink (The Psychedelic Years) U.S live LP

Offered for sale is a copy of the U.S. double live album Rhapsody in Pink (The Psychedelic Years) by Pink Floyd.

The artist is listed on the cover as “The Screaming Abdabs.”

About this copy:  This copy of Rhapsody in Pink (The Psychedelic Years) is a 1988 U.S. pressing on the Anderson Council Records label.

The cover is M-.  The discs are M- and look unplayed.  Clean discs!

A nice copy of an exceptionally good live album.

Background: Released in 1988, Rhapsody in Pink (The Psychedelic Years) collects live recordings by Pink Floyd, recorded for the BBC between 1968 and 1971.

Tracks are:

  • Let There Be More Light
  • Murderistic Women
  • Point Me at the Sky
  • Embryo
  • Julia Dream
  • Green is the Colour
  • Careful With That Axe, Eugene
  • One of these Days
  • If
  • Atom Heart Mother (14:33 edit)
  • Echoes

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Anderson Council
Catalog Number:
LSD-25
Year of Release: 1988
Format: Mono/Stereo
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Pink Floyd – Westwood One in Concert 1988 live 2 LP radio show

Offered for sale is a 2LP live promotional radio show by Pink Floyd in the Westwood One In Concert series, broadcast in 1988.

Note:  This material was originally recorded by the BBC in 1970-1971.  While the material on these discs has been widely bootlegged, this show was the source material for those bootlegs.

About this copy: This copy of Westwood One in Concert is show number 88-10, intended to be broadcast the week of May 23, 1988.

This show features material from a 1970 and 1971 live recordings made in Britain by the BBC, and is complete with commercials as originally broadcast.

The cover is a generic black cover, and is M-.  The cue sheet is a photocopy

Side one is VG++, with a light mark through the first track.  Sides two, three and four are M-.  There is some sticker residue on the side two label.

A nice copy of a very rare Pink Floyd radio show.

Background: Westwood One in Concert was a long running syndicated American radio show that featured popular groups recorded live in concert.

This particular show was recorded in 1970 and 1971, but broadcast in 1988, and featured the following tracks by Pink Floyd:

  • Embryo 14:00 (timings include commercial breaks)
    Green Is The Color / Careful With That Axe, Eugene 13:55
  • Atom Heart Mother 17:56
  • If / One Of These Days 15:49
  • Echoes 26:33This record is eligible for PayPal Credit financing by PayPal. U.S. customers may choose to pay later at checkout, and may receive up to six months financing with no interest. Click the banner below for more information. (opens in a new window)

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Westwood One
Catalog Number:
87-13
Year of Release: 1987
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd (Kate Bush) Harvest Sampler 1978 promo-only U.S. LP with rare track

pink floyd - harvest sampler u.s. promo lp

Offered for sale is a copy of  Harvest Sampler, a U.S. LP issued only for promotional use.

This LP includes “Point Me at the Sky” by Pink Floyd, as well as tracks by Kate Bush and the Little River Band.

About this copy: The cover is M-.  The disc is M- and may be unplayed.  Clean disc!

A beautiful copy of a rare promotional sampler and still the only U.S. LP to contain “Point Me at the Sky.”

Background: Harvest Records was a relatively short-lived label, created as a spinoff of EMI in Britain with the intention of showcasing progressive rock artists.  The label wasn’t overly successful, aside from Pink Floyd, so in 1978, the label released a promo-only LP called Harvest Sampler to radio stations in the U.S. in order to inspire airplay and (hopefully) increase sales.

While the album included primarily album tracks by then-current artists on the label, the LP also included a rare track, “Point Me at the Sky,” by Pink Floyd, who at that time were no longer with the label.

“Point Me at the Sky” was the band’s fifth single in the UK, where it did not chart.  The song was not released as a single in the U.S.

Not only was “Point Me at the Sky” not released as a single in the United States, it has never been included on any commercially released album in LP form in the U.S., either.  This album is the only American vinyl release to include the song.

The version of the song on Harvest Sampler is a rechanneled stereo version created from the original mono mix.

In addition to the Pink Floyd, track, the album is also of note to Kate Bush collectors, as it includes “The Man With a Child in His Eyes” from her then-new Kick Inside album.

Tracks listing:

  • Little River Band – Changed and Different
  • Tom Robinson Band – 2-4-6-8 Motorway
  • King Harry – Fighting Talk
  • Wire – Ex-Lion Tamer
  • Pink Floyd – Point Me at the Sky
  • Be-Bop Deluxe – Panic in the World
  • Strapps – Child of the City
  • Focus – Wingless
  • Kate Bush – The Man With a Child in His Eyes
Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Harvest
Catalog Number:
SPRO-8795/96
Year of Release: 1978
Format: Stereo
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Nick Mason (Pink Floyd) – Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports U.S. promo LP

Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports U.S. promo LP

Offered for sale is an original U.S. promotional copy of Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason.

About this copy: This copy of Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports is a 1981 U.S. pressing on the Columbia label.

The cover is M- and still has the original shrink wrap.  There is a promotional stamp on the back cover.

The custom inner sleeve is M- with no splits.  The disc is M- and looks unplayed.  Clean disc!

A nice copy of a scarce and rather unusual Pink Floyd-related LP.

Background: Recorded in 1979 but not released until 1981, Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports is the only solo album by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason.

Allmusic.com gave Nick Mason’s Fictitious Sports a 3 star review:

Columbia, apparently attempting to cash in on Pink Floyd’s explosion in popularity, released this album in 1981 under Nick Mason’s name when in reality he’s simply the drummer in this incarnation of Carla Bley’s ensemble; Ms. Bley composed all the music and lyrics for this project. It’s possibly her most overtly pop-oriented album, with all eight songs featuring vocals by Soft Machine alumnus Robert Wyatt. The music, by Bley’s standards, is fairly pedestrian if occasionally catchy, though the lyrics are often wryly amusing. So we have songs about failed car motors and a skeptic’s encounter with a flying saucer, and one dedicated to unappreciative audiences titled “Boo to You Too.” …For Pink Floyd completists, this album might provide a glimpse into an alternate universe of which they were otherwise unaware, but fans of Bley’s earlier masterpieces like Escalator Over the Hill are likely to emerge somewhat disappointed.

Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Columbia
Catalog Number:
FC 37307
Year of Release: 1981
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here U.S. SQ quadraphonic LP

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here U.S. SQ quadraphonic LP

Offered for sale is an original U.S. SQ quadraphonic pressing of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd, including the postcard and a different mix from the stereo release.

About this copy: This copy of Wish You Were Here is a 1976 U.S. pressing on the Columbia label.

The cover is VG, with slight edge wear, moderate ring wear, and a small stain or two.  There is a sticker in the upper right hand corner of the cover that says “QUADRAPHONIC This SQ Quadraphonic disc is fully compatible and may be played on conventional stereo equipment.”

The custom inner sleeve is M-.  The postcard is VG, with a few wrinkles, but no tears or writing.

The disc is VG+, with some scuffing from the heavy posterboard inner sleeve, but no other marks.  It’s a clean disc that has had little play.

A nice copy of a surprisingly rare Pink Floyd LP, as this album was released shortly before quadraphonic LPs were discontinued.

Background: Released in 1975, Wish You Were Here was the ninth studio album by Pink Floyd, and it reached #1 on the charts in both the UK and the U.S.

Wish You Were Here was one of three Pink Floyd albums to be remixed for quadraphonic in the mid-1970s, along with The Dark Side of the Moon and Atom Heart Mother.  This was the only album of the three to be released in LP format in the United States; Atom Heart Mother and The Dark Side of the Moon were released in quad only as 8 track tape cartridges.
Allmusic.com gave Wish You Were Here a 5 star review:

Pink Floyd followed the commercial breakthrough of Dark Side of the Moon with Wish You Were Here, a loose concept album about and dedicated to their founding member Syd Barrett. The record unfolds gradually, as the jazzy textures of “Shine on You Crazy Diamond” reveal its melodic motif, and in its leisurely pace, the album shows itself to be a warmer record than its predecessor. Musically, it’s arguably even more impressive, showcasing the group’s interplay and David Gilmour’s solos in particular. And while it’s short on actual songs, the long, winding soundscapes are constantly enthralling.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Columbia
Catalog Number:
PCQ 33453
Year of Release: 1976
Format: SQ Quadraphonic
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Pink Floyd – Tonight Let’s All Make Love in London UK 12″ EP

Pink Floyd - Tonight Let's All Make Love in London UK 12" single

Offered for sale is a UK 12″ “mini-LP” featuring excerpts from the soundtrack to the 1967 film Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London.

This single features two rare Pink Floyd tracks that were recorded in 1967.

About this copy: This copy of Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London is a 1990 UK 12″ single on the See for Miles label.

The cover is M- and is still in the original shrink wrap.  The disc is M- and looks unplayed.  Clean disc!

A nice copy of a scarce (and very good) Pink Floyd EP; the recording of “Interstellar Overdrive” is exceptional.

Background: Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London was a film that was released in 1967, depicting the “mod” scene of the day.  The soundtrack album included, among other things, two tracks by the then-unsigned Pink Floyd.

The original soundtrack album is quite rare, and it was reissued as a double album in 1990, a portion of which was excerpted on this EP.

Tracks are:

  • Pink Floyd – Interstellar Overdrive (16:46; mono)
  • Pink Floyd – Nick’s Boogie (11:50; mono)
  • David Hockney interview
  • Lee Marvin interview
Country of origin: UK
Size: 12″
Record Label: See for Miles
Catalog Number:
SEA4
Year of Release: 1990
Format: Mono
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Pink Floyd (Grateful Dead) – Zabriskie Point UK soundtrack LP

Zabriskie Point UK soundtrack LP

Offered for sale is a UK pressing of the soundtrack to Zabriskie Point, featuring music by Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead, the Kaleidoscope, and others.

The three Pink Floyd tracks on this LP were unavailable anywhere else until relatively recently.

About this copy: This copy of Zabriskie Point is a 1970 UK pressing on the blue and gold MGM label.

The cover is VG++ with very slight ring wear on the back.  The original plastic-lined inner sleeve is included.

The disc is M- on side one and VG+ on side two, with two light marks through tracks 2 and 3.  It’s a very clean disc that appears virtually unplayed aside from those two small marks.

A nice copy of a scarce soundtrack LP.

Background: Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1970 film Zabriskie Point has been long forgotten, but the soundtrack has long been collectible due to the inclusion of three rare tracks by Pink Floyd and an excerpt from “Dark Star” by the Grateful Dead.

The album also includes tracks by the Kaleidoscope, Patti Page, the Youngbloods, Jerry Garcia, Roscoe Holcomb and John Fahey.

Allmusic.com gave Zabriskie Point a 4 star review:

Zabriskie Point — just when you thought it was safe to hurtle into the entertainments of the so-called counterculture, this half-baked slice of nonsense arrived under the direction of Michelangelo Antonioni, who had previously directed Blow-Up, a great success. … As a way of accenting the counterculture he thought he was depicting, Antonioni chose to hire a selection of contemporary rock performers. The results of this effort were mixed indeed, with some performers having their music rejected outright after weeks of work, while others left the project after arguments with the ever-evasive director. …This compilation is well worth hearing for the Floyd numbers, including an altered “Careful with That Axe, Eugene” presented as “Come in Number 51, Your Time Is Up.”

Country of origin: UK
Size: 12″
Record Label: MGM
Catalog Number:
2315 002
Year of Release: 1970
Format: Stereo
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Pink Floyd – The Division Bell original U.S. 1994 blue vinyl LP

Pink Floyd - The Division Bell U.S. blue vinyl LP

Offered for sale is an original blue vinyl U.S. pressing of The Division Bell by Pink Floyd.

About this copy: This copy of The Division Bell is a 1994 U.S. pressing on the Columbia label.

The cover is M-.  The custom inner sleeve is M- with no splits.

The blue vinyl disc is M- and looks unplayed.  Clean disc!

A terrific copy of an LP that has become quite hard to find in recent years.

Background: Released in 1994, The Division Bell was Pink Floyd’s first studio album in seven years and the second without founding member Roger Waters.  Despite mixed critical reception, the album reached #1 on the American album charts.

The album was released in LP form in both the U.S. and the UK.  While the UK pressings were issued on standard black vinyl, the American pressings were available on a translucent light blue vinyl.

The LP version of The Division Bell has a playing time of about 8 minutes shorter than the compact disc version, as seven of the eleven songs on the album were shortened for the LP version.

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Country of origin: U.S.
Size: 12″
Record Label: Columbia
Catalog Number:
c64200
Year of Release: 1994
Format: Stereo
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