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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.63 | 67 ratings

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2 stars This one is really hard to digest, even for a fan of extended psychedelic jamming like me. The sound quality is not the best, but nobody expected that anyway. This version of "Interstellar Overdrive" is monstrous, but not nearly as cohesive as we get used to; basically the whole piece is a set of - noodlings. It's very free improvisation and the musicianship is not very tight. Hm...I guess the band members were too stoned, and all the different soundscapes, pictures, musical phrases are exclusively communicating between the band members; there's not much "leaking" of ideas outside, for the audience. Therefore, it might be a bit boring. "Nick's Boogie" is even less articulate than "Interstellar Overdrive".

The band haven't found their sophistication yet. This is just a very rough blueprint of band's state of mind at the time, everything but musical. Therefore, it's only for true PINK FLOYD fans, or true fans of British psychedelia movement.

An extra star is added for a historical value.

clarke2001 | 2/5 |


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