Monday, December 24, 2007

Pink Floyd KQED 1970

Well here is a little Pink Floyd for this Christmas Eve. Not sure the the whole deal on this. The sound is amzing this much I do know. The story behind this recording has brought some debate. Feel free to weigh in. This is what was written with the recording I got.


"This audio is not from a DVD transfer. This recording
comes straight from a DAT transfer from the master
reels. "

"This is the story I was told when I received
this recording. During the mastering of the

KQED DVD, an employee and avid music fan had
access to the master reels. Not wanting to let
this moment pass, he managed to make a copy.
From there other copies were distributed from his
master copy. This recording was taken directly from

his master copy. I received this from a friend of a
friend who knew I was a huge Pink Floyd fan and

audio enthusiast. I was asked if I had ever heard
of a KQED television session? At that time I had not.
I'm told he can get me a copy of the audio. At this
point in time I was highly skeptical. A few weeks
later I received an overnight delivery. And the rest

is history. "

"Too bad you greedy bootleggers can't get a hold
of my master copy. Set the music free. I hope everyone
enjoys my efforts."

OK, So now you know as much about this as I do. I do enjoy the effort. The sound is amazing. Merry Christmas Eve.

Set List

KQED Studios
(possibly at the Fillmore West)
APRIL 29, 1970

1. Atom Heart Mother
2. Cymbaline
3. Granchester Meadows
4. Green Is The Color
5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene

6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

Pink Floyd KQED 1970


tobesimply said...

Arggh, its gone. Where can I look to find again?

Btw, awesome site. Its a great reference.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

None of your links are still working =( Where can I find the songs ?
Thanks, J.

Sinner3 said...

You can actually watch this broadcast at:
Or watch it here:

Mp3 is here:


QualityBootZ said...

you can get it on my blog

props to CSL: If you wish to delete this be my guest.