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  • CD (8 septembre 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Single Maxi, Import
  • Label: Harvest
  • ASIN : B000006UB9
  • Autres éditions : CD
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Par Darko TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 13 juillet 2012
Format: CD
Je confirme en tous points l'opinion de T Lason. Ce mini CD au format Digipack, regroupant 6 morceaux issus des 3 singles publiés par le groupe en 1967, antérieurement à la parution de l'album "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn", s'avère un must pour tous les fans du Floyd, mais aussi pour les autres...

On y retrouve 5 titres composés par Syd Barrett et 1 par Rick Wright, le tout dans une ambiance très psyché des plus sympathique. Au menu donc :

- Arnold Layne (barrett) excellent !
- Candy and a currant bun (barrett)
- See emily Play (barrett) génial !
- Scarecrow (barrett)
- Apples and oranges (barrett)
- Paint Box (Wright)

Pour ceux qui ne connaissent du Floyd que "Money" ou "the Wall", ce sera une vraie surprise ! Pour les plus aventureux, il existe également un CD deux titres contenant les deux premiers enregistrements connus du Floyd, mais là c'est du brut de décoffrage, déconseillé aux oreilles sensibles ! London 66-67
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un CD incontournable qui regroupe les premiers morceaux du Floyd avec la patte du défunt Syd Barrett. L'ambiance du "swinging London" de la période psychédélique avant la réalisation de l'albume mythique du groupe, "the piper at the gates of dawn". A posséder par tout fan du groupe ou tout amateur de l'histoire de la musique
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Syd's glory days 5 février 2003
Par The Madcap - Publié sur
Format: CD
This cd is a great example of the amazing 3min pop-psychedelic songs Syd could write in his glory.(minus paintbox, which is by Rick Wright)It was basically Arnold and Emily which made the floyd into pop stars in 1967 england. Though Arnold, Emily. scarecrow, and Paintbox can be found on other records, such as paintbox, this is only 1 of 2 places i know of to find Candy and a currant bun, which is awesome and shouldve been the a-side to their 1st single instead of the b-side. Then theres Apples and Oranges, which even though it flopped as a single, in the words of Roger Waters, "It's a fu!*ing good song", which it trully is, it was just recorded in to much of a hurry, the band diddnt even get to tune their instruments right. I recomend this for any fan of Floyd's early work, but if possible, look for "The Pink Floyd Early Singles" which was part of the Shine On box set, that disk contains the 6 songs here, but also the singles "It would be so Nice" and "Point Me at the Sky" with their b-sides, "Julia Dream" and "Careful With that Axe Eugene" which are trully classic floyd pieces.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The spirit of Barrett's Pink Floyd shines again 18 juillet 1998
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With this single sampler, the spirit of the first Pink Floyd, led by Barrett, shines again. The 6 songs of the collector sound fresh and childlike, and at the same time are sometimes reflective of the late 60's English society and of the Floyd's early success (and the pressure that came with it). I would recommend it to Syd Barrett (the Floyd's first leader) fans, of course, as well as to anybody who know Pink Floyd's music a bit and want to know more about their psychedelic debuts in the London underground scene. Maybe you shouldn't begin to discover the Floyd's works with this one, though... NB the recording is mono, but the sound quality is perfect. The single sampler includes the first 3 singles of Pink Floyd and their B-sides, i.e. Arnold Layne, Candy and a currant bun, See Emily play, Scarecrow, Apples and oranges and Paintbox. All save one of these songs were previously available, either on Relics or Piper at the gates of dawn. This raises the important question:! the early singles have not all been released yet; Point me at the sky and It would be so nice have never been released outside the Shine on box set. When will EMI release all these singles on a single CD? Floyd fans all over the world are still waiting...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 an excellent cd for beginning or moderate floyd fans 30 avril 2002
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: CD
Most hardcore floyd fans will already have the material contained herein on bootlegs, or possibly the Shine On box set. But for those moderate and beginning floyd fans that are interested in more than just the mainstream floyd, or for any syd barrett fan, this album is essential.
This is an early look at the singles of Pink Floyd, which were vastly different than the albums. It was almost as if The floyd were two different groups. On one hand you had pop(the singles) and on the other you had experimental freedom. This led to much stress at some venues, as the live floyd was much more the album floyd than the singles floyd. There are stories of the band being pelted with coins by angry crowds that came to hear arnold layne and see emily play, and instead got 20 minute and half hour experimental jam sessions.
Dont miss this opportunity to hear a young and vibrant Pink Floyd, with Syd in the height of his powers.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 In The Beginning... 24 octobre 2002
Par Walter Five - Publié sur
Format: CD
Here are the seeds of Genius: Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd in their eariest studio sessions. These tracks constitute the first three Singles of The Pink Floyd. Four of the six are not to be found on the Floyd's 1st LP; two of the six are to be found nowhere else (i.e. not on any of the compilation LPs such as "Masters Of Rock", "Relics", or "Works"). Five out of six of genius. This is an important block of the early Floyd's work: Without the success of "See Emily Play", the LP "Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" might never have occurred.
My ONLY complaint is that the unreleased 4th Barrett Single "Scream Thy Last Scream" backed with "Vegetable Man" remains unreleased. Others have lamented the absensce of "Point Me At The Sky" and "It Would Be So Nice", but I for one do not miss them here, and frankly wish "Paintbox" had been dropped--these pieces are incongruous, and do not come close to replicating the songwriting abilities of Mr. Syd (Roger) Barrett--they're pale imitations. Mr. Barrett's work becomes rather more uneven after this point, sadly, his later work would only echo the genius of his earlier days, and never again equal it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 interesting to hear the progression... 8 octobre 2000
Par A. Temple - Publié sur
Format: CD
First off, let me say that there is some damn good music on here. "See Emily Play" is possibly my favorite Floyd song, and "Arnold Layne" is also great. Hell, everything on here is good, although it's not the most mind-blowingly amazing thing I've ever heard. But what I think is most interesting about this is that you can hear what happened to Syd over the course of 1967. On the first single, "Arnold Layne"/"Candy and a Currant Bun", he's already very good. The second single, "See Emily Play"/"Scarecrow", shows him experimenting more and doing some really strange and interesting stuff. (The distorted piano solo in S.E.P. is a wonderful moment). But "Apples and Oranges," while a good song, is already beginning to sound like what he would do in the '70s after his breakdown--silly, jumpy melody, fragmented lyrics, etc. etc. When you get to the b-side, "Paintbox," it's a shock. After five tracks of Syd Barrett, we have a Richard Wright song, the first non-Barrett single and the first indication of Barrett's fading from the group. The style is vastly different, almost sounding like The Wall at times--but, unlike the Floyd's 70s stuff, it's very good... Perhaps an even more interesting CD is the "early singles" CD from some box set that I got off Ebay, which includes the '68 singles as well. There you can hear the quality steeply drop off after Barrett's leaving, from Wright's pretty good "It Would Be So Nice", to Waters' nice-but-sappy "Julia Dream", to the mildly-irritating "Point Me At the Sky", to the tedious original version of "Careful With That Axe, Eugene."
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