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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.63 | 67 ratings

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2 stars In my recent review of 'Piper' I said that the studio version of 'Interstellar Overdrive' is not as compelling as the live version on 'Ummagumma'. Silly me. I meant the live version featured on this retrospective EP. IO is, or course, not on 'Ummagumma.'

So here it is. No rules, no boundaries, just noise loosely gathered in by a few riffs and the semblance of song structure. These two songs are neither essential for the PINK FLOYD fan nor representative of their later sound, but they are fun to listen to occasionally. And, most of all, they speak of a time when music was squarely in the melting pot. PINK FLOYD - and popular music in general - could have become anything. These two recordings communicate a sense of that exploration, of that wonder.

russellk | 2/5 |


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