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Some of the purpose to A Tree Full of Secrets, was to gather and create a complete knowledge base on all Pink Floyd material not released on the studio albums (as well as bootleg it). The compilers' mission statement: "We tried to make the most definitive Pink Floyd rarities compilation, in both completeness and sound quality." As such, the final disc of their set was a data disc which contained (among other things) liner notes for the included tracks.

Structure

A Tree Full of Secrets is a nine volume set (each volume consists of two discs each), each volume pertaining to a specific area or era in Pink Floyd's catalog or related material. The following table highlights the main aspects of the set.

CD Number Volume Number / Disc Number Artists Involved Related releases
1 Vol. 1, Disc 1 Pink Floyd The Early Singles, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn Original Studio Material
2 Vol. 1, Disc 2 The Early Singles, A Saucerful of Secrets
3 Vol. 2, Disc 1 Ummagumma, Atom Heart Mother, Meddle, The Dark Side of the Moon
4 Vol. 2, Disc 2 The Dark Side of the Moon
5 Vol. 3, Disc 1 Wish You Were Here
6 Vol. 3, Disc 2 Animals, The Wall, The Final Cut
7 Vol. 4, Disc 1 A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, The Division Bell
8 Vol. 4, Disc 2 The Division Bell, P•U•L•S•E
9 Vol. 5, Disc 1 San Francisco, Tonite Let's All Make Love In London, The Committee, More Soundtrack Material
10 Vol. 5, Disc 2 More, Zabriskie Point
11 Vol. 6, Disc 1 Ron Geesin & Roger Waters:Music From The Body (1970)
Pink Floyd
Roger Waters
The Body, Live at Pompeii, La Vallée / Obscured by Clouds, Magritte, The Hit
12 Vol. 6, Disc 2 Roger Waters
Mason + Fenn
When the Wind Blows, White of the Eye
13 Vol. 7, Disc 1 Pink Floyd
David Gilmour
La Carrera Panamericana, Ruby Takes a Trip, The Art of Tripping, The Colors of Infinity
14 Vol. 7, Disc 2 Roger Waters The Dybbuk of the Holy Apple Field, La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano / The Legend of 1900
15 Vol. 8, Disc 1 Jokers Wild
David Gilmour
Roger Waters
Jokers Wild, David Gilmour, About Face, The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Radio K.A.O.S. Members' and Related Artists' Material
16 Vol. 8, Disc 2 Roger Waters Radio K.A.O.S., The Wall: Live in Berlin, Amused to Death
17 Vol. 9, Disc 1 Zee
Richard Wright
Mason + Fenn
Identity, Broken China, Profiles

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On these 18 CDs you'll find all the A and B sides of all the Pink Floyd singles, all the promo, edited, obscured, or remixed versions, and all the soundtracks bits of your favorite Pink Floyd and solo tracks.

Basically, this collection includes (nearly) all songs officially released, but not on regular album (compilations, singles, promos, soundtracks...), as well as rare versions from acetates and studio outtakes. We didn't consider live tracks (concerts, radio or TV appearances), unless they're part of a single or a promo single.

We also left out of this scope the Syd Barrett solo rarities, because it mainly consists in slightly different mixes of regular versions. Some other things are not included, mainly because they could be treed separately, as a whole entity: "Live at Pompeii" and "The Wall" soundtracks, mono editions of albums ("The Piper at the Gates of Dawn", "A Saucerful of Secrets"), quadraphonic editions of albums ("Atom Heart Mother", "The Dark Side of the Moon" & "Wish You Were Here")...

There are in fact 17 audio CDs and one data CD. This latter CD contains all the artworks and booklets (with all you ever dreamt to know about each track of each CD!), and some bonus files (that we hope you'll enjoy) while keeping the secret about their contents.

We tried to make the most definitive Pink Floyd rarities compilation, in both completeness and sound quality.

For each track, we tried to find the best sounding version available. As a result, we're proud to say that a lot of tracks sound better than any other version available elsewhere.

Covers and Initial Artwork created by JME for Cochon Productions

Box holder and additional art by MMXP for Cochonproducions

A Important notice from the team behind A Tree Full of Secrets: "A tree full of Secrets" has been compiled by several individuals in a worldwide collaboration. This set was compiled with the sole purpose of storing and preserving the tracks within this se at the best possible quality. There has never been any intent from the compilers' side to profit of the set you have at hand. It is also the compilers' wish and demand that this set only shall be spread through trades or non-profit sharing.

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Volume 1 (CD1-CD2): Pink Floyd Rarities 1965-1968
All the available versions of the "early singles" (mono, fake stereo, stereo, acetate, promo edit), rare studio outtakes ("Let's Roll Another One", 1967 Abbey Road studio sessions...), superb versions of the unreleased "Scream Thy Last Scream"/"Vegetable Man" single, rare promo versions of "Remember a Day", "Let There Be More Light" and "Corporal Clegg".

Volume 2 (CD3-CD4): Pink Floyd Rarities 1969-1973
Songs from "Ummagumma" era, "Moonhead", rare Italian single "In Concerto", "One of These Days" demos, "One of These Days"/"Fearless" promo single, Roger The Hat interview and a whole CD (CD4) dedicated to the "Dark Side of the Moon" rarities (single versions, promo edits, rough mixes, demos, outtakes), compiled in the same order as the album (from "Breathe" to "Eclipse").

Volume 3 (CD5-CD6): Pink Floyd Rarities 1974-1983
Rarities from "Wish You Were Here" era (mainly "Shine On You Crazy Diamond", 7 different versions!), "Animals", "The Wall", "The Final Cut", without forgetting the 1981 version of "Money" and "When the Tigers Broke Free"/"Bring the Boys Back Home" single.

Volume 4 (CD7-CD8): Pink Floyd Rarities 1987-1994
All the post-Waters Pink Floyd rarities: singles and promo CDs from "A Momentary Lapse of Reason", "The Division Bell" and "P*U*L*S*E".

Volume 5 (CD9-CD10): Soundtracks 1966-1969
Soundtrack from "San Francisco", "Tonite Let's All Make Love in London", "The Committee" (excellent source directly from the film!), "More" and "Zabriskie Point".

Volume 6 (CD11-CD12): Soundtracks 1970-1988
Soundtrack from "The Body" (Roger Waters and Ron Geesin), "La Vallee" (Pink Floyd), "Magritte" (Roger Waters), "The Hit" (Roger Waters and Eric Clapton), "When the Wind Blows" (Roger Waters), "White of the Eye" (Nick Mason and Rick Fenn) and radio ads for "Live at Pompeii" are also included.

Volume 7 (CD13-CD14): Soundtracks 1992-1999
Soundtrack from "La Carrera Panamericana" (Pink Floyd), "Ruby Takes a Trip" (David Gilmour), "The Art of Tripping" (David Gilmour), "The Colours of Infinity" (David Gilmour), "The Dybbuck if the Holy Apple Field" (Roger Waters) and "La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano" / "Legend of 1900" (Roger Waters).

Volume 8 (CD15-CD16): David Gilmour and Roger Waters Rarities
Jokers Wild (featuring a very young David Gilmour) mini LP from 1965, singles from "David Gilmour" and "About Face" solo albums, and all the Roger Waters rarities (from "The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking" to "Amused to Death"), including Waters's song "Incarceration of a Flower Child" performed by Marianne Faithfull.

Volume 9 (CD17): Rick Wright and Nick Mason Rarities
Rarities from Zee (Rick Wright and Steve Harris), Rick Wright's "Broken China" promo CD and extended version of "Lie for a Lie", from Nick Mason and Rick Fenn, featuring David Gilmour on vocals.

Disc One

  1. "Lucy Leave" (uncredited) - 02:51
  2. "I'm a King Bee" (written by Moore recorded by Slim Harpo) - 03:03
    • Recorded: London, late 1965
    • These two (unreleased) songs appear on a two-sided 7" acetate discovered early 1988. Whilst some experts consider this as a fake, Miles reproduces in his book a setlist including "Lucy Leave" for the gig the band played on October 14, 1966.
  3. "Let's Roll Another One" (Barrett) - 03:09
  4. "Arnold Layne" (Barrett) - acetate - 02:34
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
    • From EMI acetate. Fades in 2 seconds after the actual start, strange edit skipping organ solo.
  5. "Arnold Layne" (Barrett) - mono - 02:53
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
    • A-side of Pink Floyd's first single, released March 11, 1967.
  6. "Arnold Layne" (Barrett) - Fake Stereo - 02:51
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
    • This version with fake stereo effects was first released on "The Best of the Pink Floyd" European compilation in 1970 (re-released 3 years later under the title "Masters of Rock").
  7. "Candy and a Current Bun" (Barrett) - acetate - 01:59
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
    • From EMI acetate. Alternative lyrics ("please just walk with me" while on the regular version it's "please just f*** with me"), different verse structure, no organ and guitar solos.
  8. "Candy and a Current Bun" (Barrett) - mono - 02:43
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
    • B-side of "Arnold Layne" single, released March 11, 1967.
  9. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Pink Floyd) - demo - 06:57
    • This obscure demo is probably a fake. However, it has acquired a certain fame in the trading circle of Pink Floyd fans. We included it here, in order to let you make your opinion. Some say it was recorded on a cheap cassette recorder, by two guys playing guitar simultaneously, sometime during the 80s. Note that the first riff that can be heard on the "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" version, and that earlier versions of the song (on "San Francisco" soundtrack or "Tonite Let's All Make Love in London" soundtrack) don't contain this particular riff. This leads to the conclusion that this "demo" was probably recorded after the release of "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" album.
  10. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Pink Floyd) - CBC version - 10:43
    • Recorded: London, early January 1967
    • This obscure studio version of "Interstellar Overdrive" was used during an interview broadcast in early 1967 by CBC Canadian Radio.
  11. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Pink Floyd) - Abbey Road outtake - 00:40
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, March 14-15, 1967
    • Outtake from "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" sessions, broadcast by Capital Radio during the "Pink Floyd Story" special, in December 1976 and January 1977.
  12. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Pink Floyd) - mono single version - 05:13
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, March 14-15, 1967
    • B-side of "Arnold Layne" French EP, released 1967. This version is unique, because it only contains the basic track, without overdubs. It fades out before the actual end of the song.
  13. "Scarecrow" (Barrett) - Abbey Road outtake - 01:05
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, March 19-20, 1967
    • Outtake from "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" sessions, broadcast by Capital Radio during the "Pink Floyd Story" special, in December 1976 and January 1977. All the instruments are heavily undermixed. This is nearly an unplugged version Image:Smile.gif.
  14. "Scarecrow" (Barrett) - mono - 02:07
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, March 19-20, 1967
    • B-side of "See Emily Play" single, released June 16, 1967.
  15. "Astronomy Domine" (Barrett) - Abbey Road outtake - 03:26
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, April 11-12, 1967
    • Outtake from "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" sessions, broadcast by Capital Radio during the "Pink Floyd Story" special, in December 1976 and January 1977. It includes an interview with Floyd's manager Peter Jenner.
  16. "See Emily Play" (Barrett) - acetate - 02:49
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, May 18 & 21, 1967
    • From EMI acetate. This version is very close to the regular one, there are only slight changes in the mix (vocals are undermixed, organ is more in the front...) and the very end is uncut.
  17. "See Emily Play" (Barrett) - mono - 02:52
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, May 18 & 21, 1967
    • A-side of Pink Floyd's second single, released June 16, 1967.
  18. "See Emily Play" (Barrett) - fake stereo - 02:49
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, May 18 & 21, 1967
    • This version with fake stereo effects was first released on "The Best of the Pink Floyd" European compilation in 1970 (re-released 3 years later under the title "Masters of Rock"). It also appears on the "Relics" compilation, released May 14, 1971, and "Works" Canadian compilation, released 1983.
  19. "Flaming" (Barrett) - mono - 02:43
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 7 & 27, 1967
    • A-side of "Flaming" US single, released November 2, 1967. "Flaming" was not on the first US release of "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" album, and was then released as a single. This version is different from the regular (stereo) mix: background noises are mixed much louder.
  20. "Untitled" (uncredited) - 01:31
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, 1967
    • This untitled outtake was probably recorded around the same time "Jugband Blues" and "Vegetable Man" were recorded.
  21. "Silas Lang" (Barrett) - 02:39
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, 1967 or 1968
    • There's a strong debate about the exact origin of this obscure outtake. Some think it was recorded by the Floyd during the "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" sessions, in June 1967. Other think it comes from a solo Barrett session in May 1968. This outtake contains the early chords of Syd Barrett's song "Swan Lee (Silas Lang)". Note that the piano and jazz tunes may be due to a technical error while dubbing the original multitrack master tape onto cassette.
  22. "Scream Thy Last Scream" (Barrett) - mono - 04:27
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, August 7-8, 1967
    • This was intended to be the A-side of Pink Floyd's fourth single (after "Apples and Oranges" single). But due to Syd's departure from the band, it remained unreleased.

Disc Two

  1. "Scream Thy Last Scream" (Barrett) - stereo - 04:30
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, August 7-8, 1967
    • On this version, the instruments and vocals are mainly mono. However, some stereo effects can be heard, especially on the background noises (high pitched voices).
  2. "Vegetable Man" (Barrett) - mono - 02:23
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, September 5-6, 1967
    • This was intended to be the B-side of "Scream Thy Last Scream" single.
  3. "Vegetable Man" (Barrett) - alternate mono - 02:28
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, September 5-6, 1967
    • Alternate mono version, with more laughter at the end, without echo and delay.
  4. "Vegetable Man" (Barrett) - stereo - 02:23
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, September 5-6, 1967
    • Stereo version, with background vocals and delay effects mixed louder.
  5. "Remember a Day" (Wright) - mono short version - 02:39
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, October 5-6, 1967
    • From "Remember a Day" US promo single, released August 19, 1968. This version fades out before the last verse.
  6. "Apples and Oranges" (Barrett) - mono - 03:03
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30-November 1, 1967
    • A-side of Pink Floyd's third UK single, released November 18, 1967.
  7. "Apples and Oranges" (Barrett) - stereo - 03:00
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30-November 1, 1967
    • This stereo version was first released on "The Best of the Pink Floyd" European compilation in 1970 (re-released 3 years later under the title "Masters of Rock").
  8. "Paint Box" (Wright) - mono - 03:44
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30-November 1, 1967
    • B-side of "Apples and Oranges" single, released on November 18, 1967.
  9. "Paint Box" (Wright) - stereo - 03:30
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30-November 1, 1967
    • This stereo version was first released on "The Best of the Pink Floyd" European compilation in 1970 (re-released 3 years later under the title "Masters of Rock"). It also appears on the "Relics" compilation, released May 14, 1971.
  10. "Let There Be More Light" (Waters) - mono edit - 2:59
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January 17-18, 1968
    • B-side of "Remember a Day" US promo singles, released August 19, 1968. There's an edit during the intro, the 2nd verse ("Now is the time to be aware...") is missing, the beginning of the instrumental part after the last verse was cut, and there's an early fade out.
  11. "Corporal Clegg" (Waters) - video version - 2:50
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January 31, 1968
    • From Belgian promo video. This mono version has an alternate ending: the last chorus (just after "His boots were very clean") and the following instrumental part are alternate takes from the regular version.
  12. "It Would Be So Nice" (Wright) - mono - 3:43
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 5-12-21, 1968
    • A-side of Pink Floyd's fourth single, released April 12, 1968. Due to the "Evening Standard" mention in the original lyrics, the Floyd was forced to return in the studio to change it into "Daily Standard". The original "Evening Standard" version doesn't seem to have surfaced.
  13. "It Would Be So Nice" (Wright) - promo edit - 3:12
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 5-12-21, 1968
    • From "It Would Be So Nice" UK promo single, released April 12, 1968. The central "It would be so nice" chorus is only sung once, and the first lines of the second verse ("Everybody cares about the weather ... what a waste of time") are edited.
  14. "It Would Be So Nice" (Wright) - fake stereo - 3:39
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 5-12-21, 1968
    • This version with fake stereo effects was first released on "The Best of the Pink Floyd" European compilation in 1970 (re-released 3 years later under the title "Masters of Rock").
  15. "Julia Dream" (Waters) - demo - 3:14
    • This obscure demo is probably a fake. However, it has acquired a certain fame in the trading circle of Pink Floyd fans. We included it here, in order to let you make your own opinion. It has surfaced on the same tape that contains the (fake) demo of "Interstellar Overdrive" (one can hear the beginning of "Interstellar Overdrive" right after the end of "Julia Dream"). So, this was probably recorded by the same guys.
  16. "Julia Dream" (Waters) - mono - 2:31
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 23, 1968
    • B-side of "It Would Be So Nice" single, released April 12, 1968.
  17. "Julia Dream" (Waters) - stereo - 2:35
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 23, 1968
    • This stereo version appears on the "Relics" compilation, released May 14, 1971.
  18. "Point Me at the Sky" (Waters, Gilmour) - mono - 3:35
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
    • A-side of Pink Floyd's fifth UK single, released December 17, 1968.
  19. "Point Me at the Sky" (Waters, Gilmour) - fake stereo - 3:32
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
  20. "Careful with That Axe, Eugene" (Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason) - mono - 5:43
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
    • B-side of "Point Me at the Sky" single, released December 17, 1968.
  21. "Careful with That Axe, Eugene" (Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason) - stereo - 5:42
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
    • This stereo version appears on the "Relics" compilation, released May 14, 1971.

Disc Three

  1. "Astronomy Domine" (Barrett) - live short version - 4:00
    • Recorded: live, Bromley, Technical College, April 26, 1969; Birmingham Mothers' Club, April 27, 1969; Manchester, College of Commerce, May 2, 1969
    • "Ummagumma" live version with early fade out, from "The New Spirit of Capitol" sampler.
  2. "Embryo" (Waters) - 4:37
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, April-June 1969
    • This version is often considered as a demo. In fact, it was recorded during the "Ummagumma" studio sessions at Abbey Road, but it was not included on the album, because the band later decided to organise the studio disc in four parts (one part for each member). This song first appeared in June 1970, on "Picnic - A Breath of Fresh Air" Harvest sampler, without the band's agreement. In 1983, this version was included on "Works" Canadian compilation, this time with the band's agreement.
  3. "Biding My Time" (Waters) - 5:14
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, April-June 1969
    • This is the other song that was recorded during the "Ummagumma" studio sessions, but was not included on the album. This track was part of "The Man & the Journey" concept suite that the Floyd used to perform in 1969. It was released on the "Relics" compilation, on May 14, 1971.

Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict (Waters)

Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, April-June 1969
  1. "this is pretty avant-garde isn't it" - 0:09
    • During Roger Waters' speech at 04:32, this sentence can be heard on the right channel (you have to play the song at half speed to hear it properly).
  2. "and the wind cried..." - 0:06
    • There was a strong debate about what Roger says at the very end of the track: "And the wind cried Mary? Marion? Back?". Make your own opinion before Dave thanks you ;-)
    • Note: it is also said that at some point Roger says "Bring back my guitar", but we haven't been able to find this sentence during the song (or nothing that can be clearly identified as this).
  3. "Moonhead" (uncredited) - 5:47
    • Recorded: July 10, 1969
    • This unreleased track was recorded by the band for the BBC TV broadcast during the night of the first moon landing (July 20, 1969). The show was subtitled "What if it's just green cheese". Note that the bass line later developed into the central part of "Money".

Atom Heart Mother (Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright, Geesin) - announcements

Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, 1970
  1. "here is a loud announcement" - 0:05
    • This sentence was probably said by Ron Geesin (co-composer of the track) and can be heard at 17:28.
  2. "silence in the studio" - 0:06
    • Another sentence by Ron Geesin. Can be heard at 19:08.
  3. "Green Is the Colour" (Waters) - live - 3:52
  4. "Careful with That Axe, Eugene" (Pink Floyd) - live short version - 3:42
  5. "Embryo" (Waters) - live short version - 2:08
  6. "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" (Waters) - live short version - 5:19
    • Recorded: live, Hamburg, Musikhalle, Grosser Saal, February 25, 1971
    • These 4 tracks come from an Italian single entitled "Pink Floyd In Concerto" that was released as a bonus with the "Gong" magazine, sometimes in the 70's. This one plays extracts from a bootleg LP ("Hamburger"). When the powers that be found it was bootlegged music, they tried to stop the magazine selling, but some copies went through. The single was later re-released as a bonus with another bootleg LP ("A Special Treat").
    • Here's what the front cover of the single says: "Supplemento al No 1 anno 4o di 'GONG' mensile di musica e cultura progressiva. 'PINK FLOYD IN CONCERTO' 16 minuti di musica live da monaco di baviera".
  7. "Relics" radio advert #1 - 0:58
  8. "Relics" radio advert #2 - 0:58
    • Radio adverts for the "Relics" compilation, released May 14, 1971.
  9. "Meddle" radio advert - 0:57
    • Radio advert for "Meddle" album, released October 30, 1971.
  10. "One of These Days" (Waters, Wright, Mason, Gilmour) - demo #1 - 4:49
    • Nick Mason's words "One of these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces" are repeated all through the song. The voice in the background all along the track is the one of Jimmy Young, an English DJ who was disliked by the band and is the inspiration for the song. This Jimmy Young speech was also used during live performances in late 1974, when the band played a tape of this speech (in loop mode, with increasing tempo) before the song "Raving and Drooling" (early version of "Sheep").
  11. "One of These Days" (Waters, Wright, Mason, Gilmour) - demo #2 - 6:49
    • This second demo is more structured, and Jimmy Young is not talking in the background.
    • Note that some Floyd experts think these 2 demos could be a fake.
  12. "One of These Days" (Waters, Wright, Mason, Gilmour) - mono edit - 3:28
    • Recorded: London, Morgan Studios, 1971
    • A-side of "One of These Days" US promo single, released 1971. Various short edits all along the song.
  13. "Fearless" (Gilmour, Waters) - mono edit - 3:13
    • Recorded: London, 1971
    • B-side of "One of These Days" US promo single, released 1971. There's only one verse, which is mainly the first verse of the original version (until "just wait a while for the right day"), where the last lines were replaced by those of the second verse ("and as you rise ... faces in the crowd"). This version also fades out early.
  14. "Roger the Hat Interview" - 7:30
    • All through "The Dark Side of the Moon" album, you can hear the voices of people interviewed by the band. Here, Roger the Hat (who was a roadie for various rock bands) is interviewed by Roger Waters. On the album, you can hear his voice during "On the Run" ("Live for today, gone tomorrow, that's me, hahaha...") and during "Us and Them" ("Short, sharp shock...").
    • This interview was part of the "Pink Floyd Story" by Capitol radio (December 1976-January 1977).

Disc Four

  1. "Breathe" (Waters, Gilmour, Wright) - mono - 2:51
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "The Dark Side of the Moon" US promo EP of mono mixes ("Time" - "Breathe"/"Us and Them" - "Money"), released 1973.
  2. "On the Run" (Gilmour, Waters) - outtake - 6:10
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 1972
    • From "Live at Pompeii". Studio outtake with interview segments. You can hear a keyboard jam in the first part and then a nearly finished mix in the second part.
  3. "Time" (Mason, Waters, Wright, Gilmour) - demo - 6:05
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972
    • Rough mix from "The Dark Side of the Moon" recording sessions. Longer rototom intro. The instrumental part after "you missed the starting gun" has no guitar solo. It fades out at the beginning of "Breathe - reprise" (just before the words "Home, home again").
  4. "Time" (Mason, Waters, Wright, Gilmour) - stereo edit - 3:26
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • B-side of "Us and Them" single, released 1973. Shorter rototom intro, most of the central guitar solo is missing, rototom outro in place of "Breathe - reprise".
  5. "Time" (Mason, Waters, Wright, Gilmour) - mono edit - 3:32
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "The Dark Side of the Moon" US promo EP of mono mixes ("Time" - "Breathe"/"Us and Them" - "Money"), released 1973. Same as previous edit: shorter rototom intro, most of the central guitar solo is missing, rototom outro in place of "Breathe - reprise".
  6. "Money" (Waters) - demo - 1:38
    • Recorded: 1971
    • Extract of Roger's early demo of the song. He plays a double tracked acoustic guitar while singing over the top. This extract was broadcast by BBC Radio One, on July 28, 1992, during an interview with David Gilmour.
  7. "Money" (Waters) - stereo edit - 3:59
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • A-side of "Money" single, released May 5, 1973. The intro is shorter, the central part of the sax solo is edited, as well as parts 2 & 3 of the guitar solo (quiet part and theme reprise).
  8. "Money" (Waters) - "soft" stereo edit - 4:02
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "Money" US promo single, released May 1973. Same as previous edit, plus "shit" edit during the sentence "Don't give me that do goody good bullshit".
  9. "Money" (Waters) - "soft" mono edit - 3:59
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "Money" US promo single, released May 1973. Same as previous edit: the intro is shorter, the central part of the sax solo is edited, as well as parts 2 & 3 of the guitar solo and the word "shit" during the sentence "Don't give me that do goody good bullshit".
  10. "Money" (Waters) - alternate "soft" mono edit - 3:10
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "The Dark Side of the Moon" US promo EP of mono mixes ("Time" - "Breathe"/"Us and Them" - "Money"), released 1973. Shorter intro, no sax solo, edited guitar solo, plus "shit edit" during the sentence "Don't give me that do goody good bullshit".
  11. "Us and Them" (Waters, Wright) - demo - 5:27
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972
    • Rough mix from "The Dark Side of the Moon" recording sessions. Sax solo is not mixed on and off, no echo on vocals, different piano part at the end.
  12. "Us and Them" (Waters, Wright) - outtake - 6:10
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 1972
    • From "Live at Pompeii". Studio outtake with interview segments. The work in progress...
    • Note that in the film (at 4:05), an extract of "Eclipse" is inserted before Gilmour says "It's an imagery we'd like to dispel...". We have reported this extract at the end of this disc.
  13. "Us and Them" (Waters, Wright) - stereo edit - 3:18
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "Us and Them" US promo single, released February 4, 1974. Various short edits during sax solos, no third verse, fade out during piano solo.
  14. "Us and Them" (Waters, Wright) - mono edit - 3:18
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • From "The Dark Side of the Moon" US promo EP of mono mixes ("Time" - "Breathe"/"Us and Them" - "Money"), released 1973. Same as previous edit: various short edits during sax solos, no third verse, fade out during piano solo.
  15. "Brain Damage" (Waters)/"Eclipse" (Waters) - demo - 3:24
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972
    • Rough mix from "The Dark Side of the Moon" recording sessions. Fades in the middle of the song. No laughter after the first sentence. Guitar solo all along the track. No voice during the bridge between "Brain Damage" and "Eclipse".
  16. "Brain Damage" (Waters) - outtake - 7:08
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 1972
    • From "Live at Pompeii". Studio outtake with interview segments. This version has guitar parts similar to the demo version.
  17. "Eclipse" (Waters) - outtake - 1:16
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, November 1972
    • From "Live at Pompeii". Studio outtake with interview segments. Slightly different bass line.
    • Note that in the film this track is inserted between the two "Us and Them" parts.
  18. "Eclipse" - "mysterious ending tiny music" - 0:30
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, June 1972-January 1973
    • At the very end of "The Dark Side of the Moon", you can hear at very low level (below the tape hiss level) some notes of music. Some think it's a Beatles tune, some don't ;-). Even if it's easier to remove it than keep it, all the remastered editions of the album have this "default".

Disc Five

  1. "Merry Xmas Song" (uncredited) - 2:05
  2. "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - part 1 - 3:52
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • B-side of "Have a Cigar" European single, released 1975. It fades out just before "Syd's Theme" (the "Four notes" guitar riff).
  3. "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - promo edit - 6:09
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • From "Shine On Your Crazy Diamond" promo single, released 1975. This version fades in during part 3 (last guitar solo before vocals), continues with the first verse of Part 4 ("Remember when you were young ... you legend, you martyr, and shine"), then jumps to Part 7 (third verse: "Nobody knows where you are ... for truth and delusion, and shine"), and fades out during the end of Part 8.
  4. "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - 1981 edit - 10:35
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • From "A Collection of Great Dance Songs" compilation, released November 23, 1981. Part 3 (last guitar solo before vocals) is skipped, Part 4 and Part 7 are linked (so that the three verses are continuous), and there's a fade out after the last verse (just before Part 8).
  5. "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - UK short version - 4:48
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • From "Selected Tracks from Shine On" UK promo CD, released 1992. On the promo sampler, this version is called "radio edit", but it's in fact a short version of the song (there is no "edit"): it fades in at the beginning of Prat 4 ("Remember when you were young...") and fades out at the end of Part 5 (sax solo).
  6. "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - US short version - 5:13
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • From "Shine On - Selections from the Box" US promo CD, released 1992. This version is also called "radio edit" on the US promo sampler, although it's slightly different from the "radio edit" on the UK promo sampler. Again, there' no "edit" and it's in fact a short version: it fades in during the end of Part 3 (last guitar solo before vocals) and fades out early during Part 5 (sax solo).
  7. "Shine On Your Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - "storm" mix - 27:48
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • Parts 1 to 9 linked together, remixed with storm noises in the background. It is said that this track was remixed by or for the BBC, but it is probably a fake. However, it has acquired a certain fame in the trading circle of Pink Floyd fans. We included it here, in order to let you make your own opinion.
  8. "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright) - "to the galaxy" - 1:22
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • During one of the scenes in the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" radio series (an adaption of Douglas Adams' novel), the opening of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" can be heard in the background and one of the characters (Arthur) says "Ford, do you realize that robot can hum like Pink Floyd?".
  9. "Have a Cigar" (Waters) - short version - 4:13
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • Short version from "Have a Cigar" Italian single. Note that the various European releases of this single have shorter or longer versions: the French promo juke-box single is 04:50 long (it's nearly the complete version), the Belgian single is 04:24 long and the Italian single is 04:13 long. All these European versions fade out during the final guitar solo.
  10. "Have a Cigar" (Waters) - stereo edit - 3:36
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • A-side of "Have a Cigar" US single, released November 15, 1975. Four bars intro instead of eight bars (two small edits in the guitar and keyboards first themes), plus an early fade out during the final guitar solo.
  11. "Have a Cigar" (Waters) - mono edit - 3:33
    • Recorded: London, Abbey Road Studios, January-July 1975
    • From "Have a Cigar" US promo single released November 15, 1975. Same edit as above.

Disc Six

  1. "Animals" radio advert - 0:57
  2. "Pigs on the Wing" (Waters) - parts 1 & 2 - 3:21
    • Recorded: London, Britannia Row Studios, 1976
    • On the US 8-tracks cartridge release of the "Animals" album, both parts of "Pigs on the Wing" were linked by a guitar solo played by Snowy White. This enhanced track was only released on CD in 1995, on Snowy White's compilation "Gold Top".
  3. "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" (Waters) - short version - 4:05
    • Recorded: London, Britannia Row Studios, 1976
    • From "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" Brazilian promo single, released 1977. This version fades out after the 2nd verse.
  4. "The Wall" - "loop message" - 0:04
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • Roger says two bits of a sentence at the very end and the very beginning of "The Wall": "Isn't this where ... we came in?".
  5. "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2" (Waters) - single version - 3:10
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • A-side of "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2" single, released November 16, 1979. This version has four extra bars at the beginning (rhythm guitar intro that doesn't appear on the album because of the abrupt transition between "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" and "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2") and fades out during the guitar solo.
  6. "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2" (Waters) - 1981 single version - 3:47
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • From "A Collection of Great Dance Songs" compilation, released November 23, 1981. Same four bars intro as the original single version, but it fades out later, after the end of the guitar solo (during the teacher's shouts).
  7. "Empty Spaces" - "backwards message" - 0:19
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • There's a backwards message at the start of "Empty Spaces": "Congratulations, you have just discovered the secret message. Please send your answer at the Funny Farm, care of Old Pink, Chalfont". Then David shouts "Roger, Carolyne on the phone".
  8. "Young Lust" (Waters, Gilmour) - single version - 3:56
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • From "Young Lust" Italian single (mispressing). This version has some unreleased intro bars (on the album the track starts with the lyrics) and doesn't fade out with the phone call. Note that there's a special US promo mix (on "Off the Wall" radio promo EP) that doesn't have the intro bars, but has the same ending.
  9. "One of My Turns" (Waters) - single version - 3:39
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • B-side of "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2" single, released November, 1979. No intro crossfade with "Young Lust" (no phone tone at the beginning) nor outro crossfade with "Don't Leave Me Now".
  10. "Comfortably Numb" (Gilmour, Waters) - demo - 2:34
    • Recorded: 1978
    • David Gilmour's demo tape, played during his interview for BBC Radio One, on July 28, 1992.
  11. "Comfortably Numb" (Gilmour, Waters) - edit - 3:57
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • B-side of "Run Like Hell" US single, released June 1980. Final guitar solo is stuck to the end of the first verse (no first guitar solo, no second verse).
  12. "Run Like Hell" (Gilmour, Waters) - single version - 3:40
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • A-side of "Run Like Hell" US single, released June 1980. No croud noise during intro and outro. Only one guitar theme before the first "Run, run, run, run..." instead of two, but it is repeated twice at the end (after the scream) instead of once. The "hunt" part is edited.
  13. "Run Like Hell" (Gilmour, Waters) - promo mix - 4:42
    • Recorded: April-November 1979
    • From "Off the Wall" radio promo EP, released 1979. No crowd noise during intro and outro. Intro theme (before the guitar theme) is twice as long as on the album. Guitar theme is repeated twice after the final scream, instead of once.
  14. "Money" (Waters) - 1981 version - 6:41
    • Recorded: London, New Roydonia Studios, 1981
    • From "A Collection of Great Dance Songs" compilation, released November 23, 1981. This is a new version, re-recorded by David Gilmour due to contractual reason.
  15. "Money" (Waters) - 1981 edit - 5:33
    • Recorded: London, New Roydonia Studios, 1981
    • A-side of "Money" UK single, released 1982. No sax solo.
  16. "When the Tigers Broke Free" (Waters) - single version - 2:53
    • Recorded: 1982
    • A-side of "When the Tigers Broke Free" single, released July 26, 1982. This song is the only soundtrack extract from "The Wall" movie that was eventually officially released. In the film, it was split into two parts (with more choir intro and outro). The orchestra is mixed louder on this version, which also has more drum rolls.
  17. "Bring the Boys Back Home" (Waters) - single version - 1:40
    • Recorded: 1982
    • B-side of "When the Tigers Broke Free" single, released July 26, 1982. This song was re-recorded for the film, without Roger's voice (there's only the choir). On this single version, the orchestral bridge is longer than on the album version (also note that the flute theme is not in the film version) and with three reprises of "Bring the boys back home", when there's only one on the album.
  18. "The Final Cut" radio advert - 1:05
    • From WKLS radio broadcast (Atlanta), March 17, 1983.
  19. "Not Now John" (Waters) - obscured version - 4:23
    • Recorded: 1982
    • A-side of "Not Now John" single, released April 30, 1983. Since the original version has lyrics that say "F*** all that", David Gilmour came back in the studio to make a radio-friendly version ("Stuff all that") for the single release. Note that they just recorded "Stuff all that" loud enough to drown the original, which is still there. The intro is slightly different from the album version (no laugh), and this version fades out before the lyrics "Where's the fucking bar John?".
  20. "Not Now John" (Waters) - promo edit - 3:46
    • Recorded: 1982
    • From "Not Now John" Argentinian promo single, released 1983. This version is not obscured (it has the F*** word). It begins directly with the vocals (no intro), and the lines "Hold on John, I think there's something good on ... it could be reusable shows" were skipped.
  21. "The Hero's Return" (Waters) - parts 1 & 2 - 3:54
    • Recorded: 1982
    • A-side of "Not Now John" single, released April 30, 1983. The second part, with additional lyrics is only available on the single.

Disc Seven

  1. "Learning to Fly" (Gilmour, Ezrin, Carin, Moore) - demo - 1:22
    • Recorded: 1986
    • This is Jon Carin's demo, taken from the BBC Radio One interview with David Gilmour, broadcast July 28, 1992. Jon Carin met David Gilmour in 1985, during "Live Aid". He played keyboards with the Floyd (in studio and on tour) from 1986 to 1994. He also played keyboards, guitars and did some vocals on Roger Waters' "In the Flesh" Tour, in 1999 and 2000.
  2. "Learning to Fly" (Gilmour, Ezrin, Carin, Moore) - edit - 4:19
    • Recorded: 1987
    • From "Learning to Fly" single, released September 15, 1987. The instrumental part before the last verse ("Above the planet on a wing and a prayer...") is edited (6 bars instead of 10 during the "checklist"). This version also fades out slightly earlier than the regular one.
  3. "The Dogs of War" (Gilmour, Moore) - edit - 5:34
    • Recorded: 1987
    • From "A Momentary Lapse of Reason Official Tour CD" US promo, released 1988. Shorter intro (2 themes instead of 8). Note that the end is not mixed with the beginning of "One Slip" as on the album.
  4. "One Slip" (Gilmour, Manzanera) - edit - 3:58
    • Recorded: 1987
    • From "Learning to Fly" UK single, released October 3, 1987. This version begins with the first drum hit (the "clock noises" part of the album version is skipped). The rototom intro is edited (4 themes instead of 8) and doesn't have the background keyboards. The central part with bass solo is edited (2 themes instead of 4). The last chorus is repeated and the fade out happens during the second one (on the album version, after the last chorus, there's a reprise of the bass solo and then the song fades out).
  5. "On the Turning Away" (Gilmour, Moore) - edit - 3:54
    • Recorded: 1987
    • From "On the Turning Away" UK promo single, released December 7, 1987. The quiet fretless bass lines, just before the last verse, are edited out. The first part of the final guitar solo is edited. Early fade out.
  6. "The Dogs of War" (Gilmour, Moore) - live - 7:24
    • Recorded: live, Atlanta, the Omni, November 5, 1987
    • From "One Slip" single, released 1988. This live version was also included on "A Momentary Lapse of Reason Official Tour CD" US promo, released 1988.
  7. "On the Turning Away" (Gilmour, Moore) - live - 6:54
    • Recorded: live, Atlanta, the Omni, November 5, 1987
    • From "On the Turning Away" 12" single, released November 24, 1987. This live version is also included on "A Momentary Lapse of Reason Official Tour CD" US promo, released 1988. It was filmed and used for "On the Turning Away" video.
  8. "One Slip" (Gilmour, Manzanera) - live - 5:24
    • Recorded: live, Atlanta, the Omni, November 5, 1987
    • From "One Slip" video. Note that this live version was never officially released. It's only available from TV broadcasts.
  9. "Run Like Hell" (Waters, Gilmour) - live - 7:27
    • Recorded: live, Atlanta, the Omni, November 5, 1987
    • From "On the Turning Away" single, released November 24, 1987.
  10. "Wearing the Inside Out" (Wright, Moore) - LP version - 6:26
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "The Division Bell" LP, released March 30, 1994. This LP version is different from the CD version, with a slight change in the lyrics: the first lines of the second verse ("I murmured a vow ... when I think aloud") were added to the first verse, and the rest of the second verse ("Extinguished by the light ... with an empty smile") was left out, so that the LP version has a longer first verse, and no second verse between "This bleeding heart's not beating much" and "I'm creeping back to life..."
  11. "Take It Back" (Gilmour, Ezrin, Samson, Laird-Clowes) - edit - 4:54
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "Take It Back" single, released May 16, 1994. Edits during the intro (5 chords instead of 9), the central part (8 chords instead of 16) and the outro (4 chords instead of 8).
  12. "Take It Back" (Gilmour, Ezrin, Samson, Laird-Clowes) - extended - 7:05
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "Take It Back" French promo single, released 1994. Extended ending.
  13. "Keep Talking" (Gilmour, Wright, Samson) - radio edit - 4:54
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "High Hopes / Keep Talking" UK single, released October 17, 1994. Late fade in (the first 24 seconds from the original version are missing). The guitar and keyboards solos in the middle of the song are both shortened. Early fade out.

Disc Eight

  1. "Lost for Words" (Gilmour, Samson) - clean version - 4:56
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "Lost for Words" US promo single, released 1994. The "f***" word in "please gonna f*** myself" is censored by a "beep". Early fade out.
  2. "High Hopes" (Gilmour, Samson) - radio edit - 5:13
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "High Hopes / Keep Talking" UK single, released October 17, 1994. Edits during the piano/bells intro (2 themes instead of 4), during the central instrumental part with acoustic guitar (2 themes instead of 4) and during the ending guitar solo. Note that the "radio edit" on the French single is 5 seconds shorter (2 more bells ringing were cut).
  3. "High Hopes" - "phone call" - 0:11
    • Recorded: 1994
    • At the very end of "The Division Bell" album, there's a phone conversation between Steve O'Rourke (Floyd's manager) and Charlie (Polly Samson's son; Polly married David Gilmour in 1994). This conversation was probably incidentally recorded by the answering machine at Gilmour's house.
  4. "David Gilmour Interview" - 13:36
    • Recorded: March 26, 1994
    • From "Take It Back" Australian promo single, released 1994. This is an "answers only" interview, where David Gilmour is supposed to answer 8 different questions. The questions are available on a separate sheet provided with the promo CD:
    • Question 1: Where was your new album, The Division Bell, recorded?
    • Question 2: How was the recording of this album different from the previous Pink Floyd album?
    • Question 3: How did you arrive at the title The Division Bell?
    • Question 4: Do you enjoy putting on such enormous concert events?
    • Question 5: Let's talk about the songs on the album. On "What Do You Want from Me" the music was written by you and Richard and the lyrics were written by you and Polly Samson. Could you tell us how this wame about?
    • Question 6: There's an incredible instrumental on the album. Could you explain how you came up with the music and the title to "Marooned"?
    • Question 7: How did you come up with "Wearing the Inside Out". I see that Dick Parry plays saxophone on this song?
    • Question 8: "Keep Talking" is an amazing song. It's being played on the radio almost constantly. Are you happy with the response that song is getting?
  5. "Soundscape" (uncredited) - 22:07
    • Recorded: 1994
    • From "P*U*L*S*E" cassette, released 1995. This track consists of various ambient noises and is probably an extract of the (longer) tape that was played before the Floyd shows during the Division Bell Tour. Somewhere in the middle, an extract of "Cluster One" can be heard. It is not available on "P*U*L*S*E" CD and LP releases.
  6. "Astronomy Domine" (Barrett) - live - 4:46
    • Recorded: live, Miami, Joe Robbie Stadium, April 30, 1994
    • From "Take It Back" single, released May 16, 1994. First song from the first night of the Division Bell Tour.
  7. "One of These Days" (Waters, Wright, Mason, Gilmour) - live - 6:55
    • Recorded: live, Hannover, Niedersachsenstadion, August 17, 1994
    • From "High Hopes / Keep Talking" UK single, released October 17, 1994.
  8. "Wish You Were Here" (Waters, Gilmour) - live edit - 3:52
    • Recorded: live, Rome, Cinecitta, September 20, 1994
    • From "Wish You Were Here" French promo single, released 1995. This is an edit of the "P*U*L*S*E" version: it fades in at the beginning of the acoustic guitar solo (at 01:42 on "P*U*L*S*E" CD), and there's a short edit during the last guitar/voice duo, after the last verse (the segment 04:29-04:43 on the "P*U*L*S*E" CD version was cut).
  9. "Coming Back to Life" (Gilmour) - live edit - 3:59
    • Recorded: live, London, Earls Court, October 13, 1994
    • From "Coming Back to Life" US promo single, released 1995. This is an edit of the "P*U*L*S*E" version: the instrumental guitar intro is missing (the song begins with the first lines "Where were you..."), and it ends just after the last verse (skipping the final guitar solo).
  10. "One of These Days" (Waters, Wright, Mason, Gilmour) - live - 6:45
    • Recorded: live, London, Earls Court, October 16 & 20, 1994
    • This is not the same live version as the one available on "High Hopes / Keep Talking" single. It's available on "P*U*L*S*E" cassette and LP releases only.

Disc Nine

San Francisco

  1. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason) - 15:44
    • Recorded: Syd Barrett's garage, 1967

Tonite Let's All Make Love in London

  1. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason) - 16:40
  2. "Nick's Boogie" (Barrett, Mason, Wright, Waters) - 11:43
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 11-12, 1967
    • The original soundtrack album was released July 19, 1968, and contained 4 short segments of "Interstellar Overdrive". The full length version of "Interstellar Overdrive" was released for the first time in 1990, on "Tonite Let's All Make Love in London... Plus" CD, along with the unreleased "Nick's Boogie".

The Committee

  1. "The Committee part 1" (uncredited) - backwards version - 0:35
  2. "The Committee part 1" (uncredited) - 0:35
  3. "The Committee part 2" (uncredited) - 1:09
  4. "The Committee part 3" (uncredited) - 2:55
  5. "The Committee part 4" (uncredited) - 1:24
  6. "The Committee part 5" (uncredited) - 2:06
  7. "The Committee part 6" (uncredited) - 0:49
  8. "The Committee part 7" (uncredited) - 2:38
  9. "The Committee part 8" (uncredited) - 3:30
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, April 1968
    • The first track of the film was in fact recorded backwards. We inverted this track, so that you can hear the song as it was recorded (track 4). Track 5 is the track as it appears in the film.
    • Note that part 7 is an early version of "Careful with That Axe, Eugene".

More

  1. "Main Theme" (Waters, Wright, Gilmour) - film version - 3:39
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, March 1969
    • On the film, the slide guitar that can be heard on the regular version was edited out.
  2. "Seabirds" (Waters) - 3:50
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, March 1969
    • This song doesn't appear on the album.
  3. "Cymbaline" (Waters) - film version - 5:18
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, March 1969
    • This version has alternate lyrics, and the vocals are sung in a very different way than on the album ("head voice").
  4. "Hollywood" (Gilmour) - 0:38
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, March 1969
    • Short instrumental track, not included on the album.

Disc Ten

  1. "More" outtakes - 5:42
    • Recorded: London, Sound Techniques Studios, March 1969
    • This is in fact a documentary about the multi-track recording technique, broadcast by the BBC in June 1969, under the title "Laying Down Tracks". One can hear outtakes from the "More" recording sessions: first, some unreleased instrumental music, then "Cirrus Minor" and at last the keyboards intro to "Main Theme".

Zabriskie Point

  1. "Heart Beat, Pig Meat" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 3:10
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • From the original soundtrack album, released 1970.
  2. "Heart Beat, Pig Meat" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - film version - 2:55
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • Alternate mono mix. Extended intro (before the first organ notes). Sounds and background noises are differently mixed (especially the orchestra sinppets). The last part is edited.
  3. "Crumbling Land" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 4:13
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • From the original soundtrack album, released 1970. This song was described by David Gilmour as "a kind of country and western number which he [[[Wikipedia:Michelangelo Antonioni|Michelangelo Antonioni]], the film's director] could have gotten done better by any number of American bands. But he chose ours... Very strange".
  4. "Crumbling Land" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - extended - 5:44
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • This version is basically the same as the regular version from the soundtrack album, but the ending with cars and street noises is uncut.
  5. "Crumbling Land" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - film version - 0:36
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • Alternate mono mix, with different vocal tracks.
  6. "Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 4:59
  7. "Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - film version - 5:10
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • Alternate mono mix, organ mixed louder, one guitar track edited out. Note that the "reprise", after the abrupt cut, only appears in the LaserDisc version.
  8. "Love Scene" - version 4 (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 6:43
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • From "Zabriskie Point - Extended Soundtrack" 2-CD set, released 1997. Pink Floyd made at least 6 attempts to compose music that could fit in the desert sex sequence of the film. Finally, none of the Floyd's versions was chosen (the music accompanying the love scene in the film was composed and played by Grateful Dead's guitarist Jerry Garcia). Version 4 is a quiet instrumental piano piece, played by Rick Wright.
  9. "Love Scene" - version 6 (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 7:24
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • From "Zabriskie Point - Extended Soundtrack" 2-CD set, released 1997. Version 6 is a totally different approach than version 4. This is blues jam, played by the whole band, not very far from the blues number they used to play during their live performances in 1970 and 1971.
  10. "Unknown Song" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 6:00
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • From "Zabriskie Point - Extended Soundtrack" 2-CD set, released 1997. The acoustic guitar duo has some themes from "The Narrow Way Part 1". The bass lines appearing in this outtake were later developed in "Atom Heart Mother" ("Funky Dung").
  11. "Rain in the Country" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 6:45
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • Alternate take from "Unknown Song" (same basic track, but different lead and overdubs, different edits). The title "Rain in the Country" was probably given by the "Omay Yad" RoIO LP manufacturers, where this outtake first surfaced.
  12. "Country Song" (Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 4:37
    • Recorded: Rome, December 12, 1969
    • From "Zabriskie Point - Extended Soundtrack" 2-CD set, released 1997.
  13. "Oenone" (uncredited) - 6:21
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • "Oenone", from Greek mythology, is the name of a nymph deserted by her husband, Paris, for Helen of troy. Some prefer to spell this outtake "Oneone", because it would be pronounced "oh-nee-oh-nee", the same way as the end of Zabriskie Point's director name, Michelangelo AntONIONI. This title was probably given by the "Omay Yad" RoIO LP manufacturers, where this outtake first surfaced.
  14. "Fingal's Cave" (uncredited) - 1:49
    • Recorded: Rome, November-December 1969
    • "Fingal's Cave" is the name of a large cavern on Staffa islet in the Hebrides, West Scotland. This title was probably given by the "Omay Yad" RoIO LP manufacturers, where this outtake first surfaced.

Disc Eleven

The Body - Roger Waters & Ron Geesin

  1. "Our Song" (Waters, Geesin) - 1:33
    • From "Music from The Body" soundtrack, released November 28, 1970.
  2. "Sea Shell and Stone" (Waters) - 2:13
    • From "Music from The Body" soundtrack, released November 28, 1970. This is in fact the main theme of the soundtrack, that appears on several tracks, in different forms. This version is an acoustic song: acoustic guitar, bass and Roger Waters' vocals.
  3. "Sea Shell and Soft Stone" (Waters, Geesin) - 1:53
    • From "Music from The Body" soundtrack, released November 28, 1970. Instrumental version of the main theme, with violins arranged by Ron Geesin.
  4. "Breathe" (Waters) - 2:55
    • From "Music from The Body" soundtrack, released November 28, 1970. This is not the song from "The Dark Side of the Moon" album, but curiously it also begins with "Breathe in the air...". This is in fact "Sea Shell and Stone" part 2.
  5. "Sea Shell and Stone" (Waters) - film version - 2:39
    • Alternate take, directly from the film. Note that there are sometimes two vocals lines instead of one on the regular version. If you listen carefully, you can hear some birds in the background, in fact this is exactly the same tape that was used at the beginning of "More" (probably an Abbey Road standard tape. since the same birds can be heard on songs from other artists, like the Beatles, the Kinks, Kate Bush...).
  6. "Sea Shell and Soft Stone" (Waters, Geesin) - film version - 0:58
    • Alternate take, directly from the film.
  7. "Breathe" (Waters) - film version - 3:05
    • Alternate take, directly from the film. Note that there are sometimes two vocal lines instead of one on the regular version. The birds from "More" can be heard again in the background.
  8. "Chain of Life" (Waters) - 3:59
  9. "The Womb Bit" (Waters, Geesin) - 2:15
  10. "Body Transport" (Waters, Geesin) - 3:14
    • From "Music from The Body" soundtrack, released November 28, 1970.
  11. "Give Birth to a Smile" (Waters) - 2:41
    • From "Music from The Body" soundtrack, released November 28, 1970. Another variation on the main theme. But this time, this is a song performed by all the four Pink Floyd members.
  12. "Give Birth to a Smile" (Waters) - film version - 2:22
    • Alternate take, directly from the film. No female backing vocals.

Live at Pompeii

  1. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #1 - 0:19
  2. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #2 - 0:59
  3. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #3 - 0:57
  4. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #4 - 0:56
  5. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #5 - 0:33
  6. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #6 - 0:58
  7. "Live at Pompeii" radio advert #7 - 0:29
  8. "Live at Pompeii" goofy ad #1 - 1:01
  9. "Live at Pompeii" goofy ad #2 - 1:00
  10. "Live at Pompeii" goofy ad #3 - 1:06
  11. "Live at Pompeii" goofy ad #4 - 0:59
    • From "Radio Ads for Pompeii Movie" US promo EP, released 1974.

La Vallée

  1. "Obscured by Clouds" (Waters, Gilmour) - 1:00
    • Recorded: France, Château d'Herouville, 1972
    • From French radio broadcast, February 27, 1972. Outtake from "Obscured by Clouds" recording sessions. One can hear some keyboard parts not appearing on the regular version.
  2. "Free Four" (Waters) - short version - 3:30
    • Recorded: France, Château d'Herouville, 1972
    • From "Free Four" US promo single, released July 10, 1972. Early fade out.
  3. "Free Four" (Waters) - film version - 2:08
    • Recorded: France, Château d'Herouville, 1972
    • Directly from the film. This version has an extra verse.
  4. "Instrumental" (uncredited) - 1:37
    • Recorded: France, Château d'Herouville, 1972
    • Directly from the film. This short instrumental track was not included on the album.

Magritte - Roger Waters

  1. "Magritte part 1" (Waters) - 1:22
  2. "Magritte part 2" (Waters) - 1:22
  3. "Magritte part 3" (Waters) - 1:04
  4. "Magritte part 4" (Waters) - 2:44
  5. "Magritte part 5" (Waters) - 0:56
  6. "Magritte part 6" (Waters) - 0:30
  7. "Magritte part 7" (Waters) - 3:01
  8. "Magritte part 8" (Waters, Gilmour) - 1:43
    • From a biography of Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. Although this documentary was first released in 1978, it is possible that the music has been recorded several years before. For instance, during Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4, the strange keyboards sounds are very similar to those one can hear during "On the Run" sequence of "Live at Pompeii", where Roger Waters is trying to get different sounds from the synthesizer (this could make sense, since both "Magritte" and "Live at Pompeii" were directed by Adrian Maben). Some attribute these low-pitched pulses to Adrian Maben himself, although he's not credited as music composer for this documentary. The song that can be heard during Part 5 and Part 6 seems to be an unreleased song performed by Pink Floyd. Part 8 contains an extract from "Obscured by Clouds".
    • Note that we didn't include the whole documentary soundtrack here, we just took the snippets containing music by Roger Waters (most probably). So, parts of the documentary are missing, but the music is uncut.

The Hit - Roger Waters & Eric Clapton

  1. "The Hit" (Waters, Clapton) - 3:39
    • Directly from the film, released 1985. The title track of this film was written and performed by Roger Waters and Eric Clapton.

Disc Twelve

When the Wind Blows - Roger Waters

  1. "The Russian Missile" (Waters) - 0:09
  2. "Towers of Faith" (Waters) - 6:59
  3. "Hilda's Dream" (Waters) - 1:35
  4. "The American Bomber" (Waters) - 0:07
  5. "The Anderson Shelter" (Waters) - 1:12
  6. "The British Submarine" (Waters) - 0:13
  7. "The Attack" (Waters) - 2:52
  8. "The Fallout" (Waters) - 2:04
  9. "Hilda's Hair" (Waters) - 4:20
  10. "Folded Flags" (Waters) - 4:49
    • From "When the Wind Blows" soundtrack, released October 30, 1986.

White of the Eye - Nick Mason & Rick Fenn

  1. "White of the Eye part 1" (Fenn, Mason) - 2:06
  2. "White of the Eye part 2" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:42
  3. "White of the Eye part 3" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:18
  4. "White of the Eye part 4" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:01
  5. "White of the Eye part 5" (Booker T. & the MGs) - 2:38
  6. "White of the Eye part 6" (Fenn, Mason) - 2:24
  7. "White of the Eye part 7" (Fenn, Mason) - 3:14
  8. "White of the Eye part 8" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:31
  9. "White of the Eye part 9" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:15
  10. "White of the Eye part 10" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:37
  11. "White of the Eye part 11" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:50
  12. "White of the Eye part 12" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:24
  13. "White of the Eye part 13" (Fenn, Mason, Hank Williams, Jr.) - 2:04
  14. "White of the Eye part 14" (Fenn, Mason) - 2:08
  15. "White of the Eye part 15" (Fenn, Mason) - 2:02
  16. "White of the Eye part 16" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:40
  17. "White of the Eye part 17" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:42
  18. "White of the Eye part 18" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:08
  19. "White of the Eye part 19" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:17
  20. "White of the Eye part 20" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:30
  21. "White of the Eye part 21" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:31
  22. "White of the Eye part 22" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:44
  23. "White of the Eye part 23" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:57
  24. "White of the Eye part 24" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:09
  25. "White of the Eye part 25" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:39
  26. "White of the Eye part 26" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:26
  27. "White of the Eye part 27" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:27
  28. "White of the Eye part 28" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:30
  29. "White of the Eye part 29" (Fenn, Mason) - 2:30
  30. "White of the Eye part 30" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:12
  31. "White of the Eye part 31" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:09
  32. "White of the Eye part 32" (Fenn, Mason) - 0:39
  33. "White of the Eye part 33" (Fenn, Mason) - 1:27
  34. "White of the Eye part 34" (Fenn, Mason) - 3:32
    • Directly from the film, released 1988. Part 5 is a song called "Slim Jenkins' Joint", written by Booker T. & the MGs, and performed by Nick Mason and Rick Fenn. During Part 13, one can hear a short extract from a song by Hank Williams, Jr., entitled "A Country Boy Can Survive".
    • Note that we didn't include the whole soundtrack here, we just took the snippets containing music performed by Nick Mason and Rick Fenn. So, parts of the film are missing, but the music is uncut.

Disc Thirteen

La Carrera Panamericana

  1. "Run Like Hell" (Gilmour, Waters) - 0:49
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992. This version of "Run Like Hell" is in fact a short extract from the "Delicate Sound of Thunder" version, with a new recorded ending.
  2. "Country Theme" (Gilmour) - 2:00
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992.
  3. "Small Theme" (Gilmour) - 7:22
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992.
  4. "Big Theme" (Gilmour) - 4:10
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992.
  5. "Carrera Slow Blues" (Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - 2:19
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992. This song was taken from the BBC TV broadcast of the film (it's not on the LaserDisc or video release, although it's listed at the end of the tracklist). Since the music was slightly re-organised on the broadcast version of the film, the talking that can be heard during "Carrera Slow Blues" is in fact a part of the talking that's placed somewhere during "Big Theme" on the LaserDisc version.
  6. "Mexico '78" (Gilmour) - 4:04
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992.
  7. "Pan Am Shuffle" (Gilmour, Mason, Wright) - full length version - 8:09
    • From "La Carrera Panamericana" film, released 1992. The song "Pan Am Shuffle" appears at different places during the film: first at the beginning of the film, then during the ending credits. Besides that, the length of the credits varies on the different versions of the film (LaserDisc, video or TV broadcast): since the song fades out on both LaserDisc and video releases, only the broadcast version of the film contains the very end of the song. So we combined several parts of the LaserDisc and the TV broadcast, to have the full length version.

Ruby Takes a Trip - David Gilmour

  1. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 1" (Gilmour) - 1:26
  2. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 2" (Gilmour) - 0:23
  3. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 3" (Gilmour) - 0:54
  4. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 4" (Gilmour) - 1:00
  5. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 5" (Gilmour) - 0:17
  6. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 6" (Gilmour) - 1:05
  7. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 7" (Gilmour) - 0:34
  8. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 8" (Gilmour) - 1:22
  9. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 9" (Gilmour) - 2:30
  10. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 10" (Gilmour) - 0:24
  11. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 11" (Gilmour) - 0:40
  12. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 12" (Gilmour) - 1:34
  13. "Ruby Takes a Trip part 13" (Gilmour) - 1:03
    • From "Ruby Takes a Trip" TV film, broadcast 1992. Part 9 and Part 10 contain a monotonal piece of music, with a slide guitar theme that's not very far from "One of These Days". Part 11 is "On the Run" revisited.
    • Note that we didn't include the whole soundtrack here, we just took the snippets containing music by David Gilmour. So, parts of the film are missing, but the music is uncut.

The Art of Tripping - David Gilmour

  1. "The Art of Tripping part 1" (Gilmour) - 0:15
  2. "The Art of Tripping part 2" (Gilmour) - 0:21
  3. "The Art of Tripping part 3" (Gilmour) - 0:48
  4. "The Art of Tripping part 4" (Gilmour) - 0:51
  5. "The Art of Tripping part 5" (Gilmour) - 0:24
    • From "The Art of Tripping" TV documentary, broadcast 1993. The musical score by David Gilmour only consists of short snippets. Note that Part 4 contains the same piece of music as Part 7 and Part 8 of "Ruby Takes a Trip".

The Colors of Infinity - David Gilmour

  1. "The Colors of Infinity part 1" (Gilmour) - 3:41
  2. "The Colors of Infinity part 2" (Gilmour) - 2:09
  3. "The Colors of Infinity part 3" (Gilmour) - 0:56
  4. "The Colors of Infinity part 4" (Gilmour) - 0:35
  5. "The Colors of Infinity part 5" (Gilmour) - 0:34
  6. "The Colors of Infinity part 6" (Gilmour) - 3:15
  7. "The Colors of Infinity part 7" (Gilmour) - 0:20
  8. "The Colors of Infinity part 8" (Gilmour) - 0:13
  9. "The Colors of Infinity part 9" (Gilmour) - 2:29
  10. "The Colors of Infinity part 10" (Gilmour) - 3:11
  11. "The Colors of Infinity part 11" (Gilmour) - 0:37
  12. "The Colors of Infinity part 12" (Gilmour) - 2:10
  13. "The Colors of Infinity part 13" (Gilmour) - 0:56
  14. "The Colors of Infinity part 14" (Gilmour) - 0:44
  15. "The Colors of Infinity part 15" (Gilmour) - 1:37
  16. "The Colors of Infinity part 16" (Gilmour) - 0:25
  17. "The Colors of Infinity part 17" (Gilmour) - 1:34
  18. "The Colors of Infinity part 18" (Gilmour) - 1:32
  19. "The Colors of Infinity part 19" (Gilmour) - 4:06
  20. "The Colors of Infinity part 20" (Gilmour) - 1:35
    • This film is a documentary about fractals and The Mandelbrot set, and was released on video in 1997. For this soundtrack, David Gilmour re-used some pieces from his previous soundtracks. Part 2 and Part 20 contain the same piece of music as Part 9 and Part 10 of "Ruby Takes a Trip" (slide guitar theme, a la "One of These Days"). Part 6 is basically the same as Part 2 and Part 3 of "Ruby Takes a Trip" (slow theme). Part 9 and Part 10 contain the same piece of music as Part 3 of "The Art of Tripping" (keyboards with high pitched guitar on the top, a la "Marooned"). Part 15 is the same as Part 11 of "Ruby Takes a Trip" ("On the Run" revisited). Note that the theme that can be heard during Part 12 is very similar to the central part of "High Hopes".
    • Note that we didn't include the whole documentary soundtrack here, we just took the snippets containing music by David Gilmour. So, parts of the documentary are missing, but the music is uncut.

Disc Fourteen

The Dybbuk of the Holy Apple Field - Roger Waters

  1. "Knocking on Heaven's Door" (Dylan) - 2:25
    • Directly from the Israeli film, released 1998.

La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano - Roger Waters

  1. "Lost Boys Calling" (Morricone, Waters) - 5:17
    • From "La Leggenda del Pianista Sull Oceano" Italian soundtrack, released 1998. This song contains the theme used throughout the rest of the film, composed by Ennio Morricone. For "Lost Boys Calling", Roger Waters wrote the lyrics and probably did the arrangement.
  2. "Lost Boys Calling" (Morricone, Waters) - new version - 5:18
    • The Italian film was released worldwide in 1999, with the English title "Legend of 1900". A new soundtrack album ("Legend of 1900") was released, and the version of "Lost Boys Calling" is slightly different from the version on the Italian soundtrack. The vocals were re-recorded, and a guitar solo by Edward Van Halen was added. Curiously, there's also a slight change in the lyrics: during the last verse, Roger sings "when I hear those seabirds cry", while on the Italian soundtrack version, it's "when she hears those seabirds cry".

Disc Fifteen

Jokers Wild

  1. "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (uncredited) - 1:52
  2. "Walk Like a Man" (uncredited) - 2:11
  3. "Don't Ask Me (What I Say)" (uncredited) - 2:55
  4. "Big Girls Don't Cry" (uncredited) - 2:15
  5. "Beautiful Delilah" (uncredited) - 1:54

David Gilmour

  1. "There's No Way Out of Here" (Baker) - stereo edit - 3:32
    • Recorded: France, Superbear Studios, 1978
    • From "There's No Way Out of Here" UK single, released August 25, 1978. The second verse ("There are no answers here...") and the second chorus ("There never was there an answer ... without seeing") were deleted.
  2. "There's No Way Out of Here" (Baker) - mono edit - 3:34
    • Recorded: France, Superbear Studios, 1978
    • From "There's No Way Out of Here" US promo single, released August 19, 1978. Same edit as above: the second verse ("There are no answers here...") and the second chorus ("There never was there an answer ... without seeing") were deleted.
  3. "Like a Rolling Stone" (Dylan) - 1:42
    • Recorded: David Gilmour home studio, 1983
    • This David Gilmour demo was played during his interview for BBC Radio One, on July 28, 1992.
  4. "Blue Light" (Gilmour) - edit - 3:52
    • Recorded: Paris, Pathe-Marconi Studios, 1984
    • From "Blue Light" UK single, released February 13, 1984. The instrumental part with percussion, just after the first chorus, is edited (4 bars instead of 8). The organ solo (by Deep Purple's keyboardist Jon Lord) is edited (4 bars instead of 8).
  5. "Blue Light" (Gilmour) - vocal version - 6:10
    • Recorded: Paris, Pathe-Marconi Studios, 1984
    • A-side of "Blue Light" 12" promo single, released 1984. This is an extended and remixed version. The new mix is obvious, especially on percussion, vocal lines and guitar effects. There are 8 guitar themes added just before the first verse. After the organ solo, there's a new instrumental part with bass and percussion. The final guitar solo is extended.
  6. "Blue Light" (Gilmour) - instrumental version - 6:13
    • Recorded: Paris, Pathe-Marconi Studios, 1984
    • B-side of "Blue Light" 12" promo single, released 1984. This is another extended version, almost totally instrumental (one can hear "she's a blue light" somewhere though). The structure is completely different from the previous extended version.

Roger Waters

  1. "For the First Time Today" (Waters) - parts 1 & 2 - 2:48
    • Recorded: Olympic, Eel Pie & the Billiard Room, February-December 1983
    • B-side of "5.06 am (Every Strangers Eyes)" single, released June 1984. Part 1 and Part 2 are linked on this version, while there are in different places on the album (with Part 2 on side one and Part 1 on side two!). The end of Part 2 fades early (just at the beginning of the "stay with me" sequence).
  2. "5.01 am (The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking)" (Waters) - extended - 5:22
    • Recorded: Olympic, Eel Pie & the Billiard Room, February-December 1983
    • From "5.01 am (The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking)" 12" single, released 1984. There's an alternate guitar solo in the middle of the song, followed by a sax solo that isn't on the album version. The last part with the repeated female vocal lines "these are the pros and cons of hitchhiking" has 2 added lines (just after "oh babe, I must be dreaming again"): the first one with a saxophone bit, the second one with a guitar bit. The following lines are the same as on the album.
  3. "5.06 am (Every Strangers Eyes)" (Waters) - edit - 4:54
    • Recorded: Olympic, Eel Pie & the Billiard Room, February-December 1983
    • From "5.06 am (Every Strangers Eyes)" single, released June 1984. On the album version, right at the beginning of the song, there are two guys that can be heard in the background, asking to turn the Juke Box down. One of the two guys says "hey, turn that f*** Juke Box down". This sentence was edited out on the single version.
  4. "Across the Universe" (Lennon) - 2:34
    • Recorded: London, BBC TV, December 5, 1985
    • From the "Tribute to John Lennon" BBC TV show. This version features Andy Fairweather-Low on guitar.
  5. "Radio KAOS" - "loop message" - 0:05
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • The very end and the very start of "Radio K.A.O.S." have a sentence by Jim Ladd: "That's ... back to the beginning".
  6. "Radio Waves" (Waters) - edit - 3:43
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • From "Radio Waves" single, released May 11, 1987. Shorter intro, without the words of Jim Ladd
  7. "Radio Waves" (Waters) - extended - 6:58
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • From "Radio Waves" 12" single, released May 11, 1987. Jim Ladd's words at the very beginning were edited out. The intro has 4 more bars. An instrumental part was added between the intro and the first verse (one instrumental chorus, one instrumental verse and one chorus with female vocals, singing "radio"). Another instrumental part was added between the second chorus and the guitar solo (with some voices, including a loud sentence "The Fish Report with a Beat, in stereo!"). The ending is different from the regular version: there's no fade out, it ends abruptly with the words "in stereo".
  8. "Me or Him" (Waters) - demo - 6:39
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, 1986
    • This demo is close to the final version, and was played during an interview on Rockline Radio, broadcast September 21, 1987.

Disc Sixteen

  1. "The Fish Report with a Beat" - 1:36
    • From "Radio K.A.O.S." Video EP, released 1987.
  2. "4 Minutes" (Waters) - video edit - 3:02
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • From "Radio K.A.O.S." Video EP, released 1987. The intro is different from the regular version: the noises are different, and the vocals begin with the female vocals ("Sometimes I feel like going home"), while the first verse sung by Waters alone was deleted ("After a near miss on the plane..."). Applause was included at the end.
  3. "The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)" (Waters) - video edit - 4:39
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • From "Radio K.A.O.S." Video EP, released 1987. The ending of the song is different (the choir section ends very early, without fading out with the morse code as on the album).
  4. "Going to Live in L.A." (Waters) - 5:51
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • B-side of "Radio Waves" single, released May 11, 1987.
  5. "Back to Radio" (Waters) - 4:41
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, October-December 1986
    • B-side of "The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)" 12" UK single, released November 16, 1987.
  6. "Money" (Waters) - 1987 version - 6:12
    • Recorded: the Billiard Room, July 14, 1987
    • B-side of "Sunset Strip" single, released 1987. Also available on "The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)" UK single, released November 16, 1987. This is a "live in the studio" version, sung by Paul Carrack. Applauses were added in the mix.
  7. "Molly's Song" (Waters) - live - 3:17
    • Recorded: live, Inglewood, The Forum, September 20, 1987
    • B-side of "Who Needs Information" US single, released 1987. This song was sung by backing vocalist Doreen Chanter, during the "Radio K.A.O.S. Tour". No studio versio has surfaced, although it is said that Roger Waters and the Bleeding Heart Band recorded it for the follow up to "Radio K.A.O.S." (that was never released). However, a short extract from this song can be heard in the background during "Four Minutes", on the "Radio K.A.O.S." album.
  8. "Another Brick in the Wall part 2" (Waters) - 1990 version - 5:29
    • Recorded: June 1990
    • From "The Wall Berlin '90" US promo, released 1990. Studio version, re-recorded by Roger Waters & the Bleeding Heart Band some weeks before the Berlin concert. Note that some background noises and guitar effects were directly taken from the song "Is There Anybody Out There?" (on "The Wall" album).
  9. "Another Brick in the Wall part 2" (Waters) - live edit - 4:01
    • Recorded: live, Berlin, Potsdamer Platz, June 18-21, 1990
    • From "Another Brick in the Wall part 2" UK single, released September 10, 1990. Lead vocals by Cyndi Lauper. The 2nd guitar solo and the following keyboards solos were edited out. The song ends differently: the two lines "All in all it's just another brick in the wall" and "All in all you're just another brick in the wall" were added right after the guitar solo, to end the song abruptly (instead of the music fade-out and teacher's screams on the live album).
  10. "Young Lust" (Waters, Gilmour) - live edit - 3:38
    • Recorded: live, Berlin, Potsdamer Platz, June 18-21, 1990
    • From "Pieces from the Wall" UK promo, released 1990. Lead vocals by Bryan Adams. The intro is shorter (the guitar/drums part has 2 bars instead of 4). The keyboard solo (between the guitar solo and the last chorus) was edited out.
  11. "Run Like Hell" (Gilmour, Waters) - potsdamer mix - 6:12
    • Recorded: 1990
    • B-side of "Another Brick in the Wall part 2" UK single, released September 10, 1990. This is a completely new version, with new vocals by Roger Waters and a lot of dance and beatbox rhythms. Some samples from the original guitar riffs and the "hunt" part were used. The rest is almost keyboards only.
  12. "The Tide Is Turning" (Waters) - live edit - 4:32
    • Recorded: live, Berlin, Potsdamer Platz, June 18-21, 1990
    • From "The Tide Is Turning" UK single, released November 19, 1990. On this version, all the instrumental tracks were re-recorded (there's no orchestra or piano, and the guitar lines are different from those on the live album). Only the vocals from the guests were kept (Roger re-recorded his own vocals). The chorus after the second verse was edited, and the following instrumental part was edited out. The last chorus (with "oh, oh, oh, the tide is turning" without drums) has 2 lines instead of 8. This version fades out early.
  13. "What God Wants part 1" (Waters) - video edit - 4:51
    • Recorded: 1992
    • From "What God Wants part 1" single, released August 24, 1992. The intro is shorter: the first part with female vocals ("What God wants, Got gets, God'll help us all") was edited out, and the lines "What God wants, God gets" (during the first guitar solo) are sung only twice (instead of 3 times on the album version).
  14. "Perfect Sense" - "backwards message" - 1:49
    • Recorded: 1992
    • Roger Waters wanted to use some lines and "breathing effects" from Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Oddyssey", but Kubrick refused. This explains the backward message at the beginning on "Perfect Sense": "Julia, however, in the light and visions of the issues of Stanley, we changed our minds. We have decided to include a backward message. Stanley, for you, and for all the other book partners... (screamed sentence)".
  15. "Three Wishes" (Waters) - radio edit - 4:17
    • Recorded: 1992
    • From "Three Wishes" UK single, released 1992. The instrumental intro before the first verse was edited out. The long instrumental part, between the last vocal lines and the ending guitar solo, was edited out.
  16. Marianne Maithfull - "Incarceration of a Flower Child" (Waters) - 5:31
    • Recorded: Oxnard, the Teatro, July 1998
    • From "Vagabond Ways" album by Marianne Faithfull, released June 14, 1999. This is the song Roger Waters "offered" to Marianne Faithfull. It was composed during the early Floyd days, in 1968. It begins with the words "Do you remember me, how we used to be...", exactly the same words than those used by Waters in "Your Possible Pasts", on "The Final Cut" album. Note that this song features Roger on bass synth.

Disc Seventeen

Zee

Zee was an experimental duo, formed in 1984 by Rick Wright and Dave Harris.
  1. "Confusion" (Wright, Harris) - single version - 3:36
    • Recorded: Cambridge, Rectory Studio, 1984
    • A-side of "Confusion" UK single, released March 12, 1984. This version is slightly remixed (some keyboard lines are added during the verses) and edited (shorter intro, early fade out).
  2. "Confusion" (Wright, Harris) - extended - 6:21
    • Recorded: Cambridge, Rectory Studio, 1984
    • A-side of "Confusion" 12" UK single, released March 12, 1984. Longer intro and new extended ending.
  3. "Eyes of a Gypsy" (Harris) - 4:10
    • Recorded: Cambridge, Rectory Studio, 1984
    • B-side of "Confusion" UK single, released March 12, 1984. Also available on the cassette release of "Identity" album.
  4. "Eyes of a Gypsy" (Harris) - dub - 4:11
    • Recorded: Cambridge, Rectory Studio, 1984
    • B-side of "Confusion" 12" UK single, released March 12, 1984. This version is completely remixed, with most of the vocal lines edited out.

Rick Wright

  1. "Night of a Thousand Furry Toys" (Wright, Moore) - inverted gravy mix - 8:31
    • Recorded: France, Studio Harmonie, 1996
    • From "Broken China" UK promo, released 1996. Instrumental remix, by William Orbit with Matt Ducasse.
  2. "Runaway" (Moore) - r. wright's lemonade mix - 7:04
    • Recorded: France, Studio Harmonie, 1996
    • From "Broken China" UK promo, released 1996. Instrumental remix, by the Orb.
  3. "Runaway" (Moore) - leggit dub - 7:01
    • Recorded: France, Studio Harmonie, 1996
    • From "Broken China" UK promo, released 1996. Another instrumental remix, by the Orb.

Nick Mason & Rick Fenn

  1. "Lie for a Lie" (Fenn, Mason, Peyronel) - extended - 5:54
    • Recorded: London, Britannia Row Studios NI & Basement Studios SWI4, 1985
    • From "Lie for a Lie" 12" single, released 1985. Lead vocals by David Gilmour. The intro has four bars instead of two. During the verses, soft keyboards (strings sound) are added in the background. The second chorus is extended, with a new part during which David Gilmour and the female choir are answering to each other. After the third chorus, there's a new acoustic guitar solo.
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