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TONITE LET'S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.67 | 54 ratings

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ZowieZiggy
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2 stars "Soundtrack" of their video clip / film of the same name. It was recorded at the UFO club in London (at least you can see this in the video). This video was a promotional trailer for the "movie" from Peter Whitehead showing a trendy party in the London of the late mid-sixties.

These are pure psychedelic improv numbers. I guess that with the help of some substances, one can enter into this more easily, although it must have been quite an experience to see the Floyd live at that time. Figure out, more than forty years ago, they were producing music never heard before (by close or by far).

"Interstellar" starts as it ought to be. Strong keys from Rick and good rythm section for a bit over four minutes. Then the trip may start. Some weird guitar noises, some keys hits and a bit of cymbals. There you go. Once in a while, the band wakes up (so do you) and sounds interesting but these good moments usually do not last for long. Mason's drumming is very much in the style of "Set The Controls..." so this is quite premonitory of things to come. This is one of the reasons why this document is important.

Nick's boogie will feature the same classic drumming moments again during the initial phase of this track, before the jam started and lasts for about twelve minutes ... Since the Floyd did "Intestellar" in one take, this unreleased jam could benefit of some extra time to record it.

This is really for die-hard fans of the very early days of the Floyd. Sound is rather good for such an old recording (but that will be a trade mark of the Floyd, right) ?

Two stars for this document.

ZowieZiggy | 2/5 |

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