Raving And Drooling - Pink Floyd - Hamilton 75
Label: Siréne - Siréne-082 • Format: 3x, CD Unofficial Release, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
Their songs are generally long and 3. Probably if you have read any of my previous posts and seen the references of The Floyd in them a lot! This was the prototype of the future Animals track that they had been perfecting since French tour in June of The Floyd would take new music to the stage to work out the bugs in the system so-to-speak and also to try it out on the audience to see what they thought of it. Raving And Drooling - Pink Floyd - Hamilton 75 vocals now strained by the end of the tour Raving And Drooling - Pink Floyd - Hamilton 75 it for all the more dark and sadistic sounding.
The song sets the mood and tone for the rest of the show and the band spare no holding back here. It would be several years before I got the rest of the show in trades and was able to take in the entire experience however it was trashed and ruined during Shine On… when someone who was close to the taper brought a young kid to the show.
Obviously unable to find a babysitter and this kid begins to wail and wail and wail, an absolute killjoy as well as one of the parents would occasionally talk to this kid telling them how they should act and behave.
Nothing more irritating while listening to a bootleg and some wank close to the taper is talking! At thirteen and a half minutes long for an opening track, The Floyd never disappoint when it comes to quality and quantity.
The bass is the other lead role here which was not really heard of in music even as early back as the seventies but they did have it in the forefront for this song at least. Earlier versions also included the falsetto vocals from both Gilmour and Wright. The sound quality aside from the people around talking is quite enjoyable as you can hear every instrument and vocal clearly. This rendition despite the still lyrics in progress has more of the later album version in it as far as; design, speed, timbre and emotion.
The guitar work strains the notes out like the wringing of a wet towel for its final bit of water, tight and conformed and well executed.
Gilmour clearly takes control of his instrument here and delivers the goods with the solos almost completely intact to the album version, he knew where he was going with it by this point and now just to hone in on the final outlines of it What The World Needs Now Is Love - Living Strings With Living Voices - What The World Needs Now Is there you Raving And Drooling - Pink Floyd - Hamilton 75 it.
That is one thing that can said among many other things that The Floyd never flubbed anything really during live performances. But as far as playing the right notes it was always spot on and after listening to literally hundreds of shows you tend to pay close attention to One Day - Björk - MTV Unplugged & Live (DVDr) things after multiple listening of the same shows after a while.
This version was not only the debut performance but THE dirtiest version I think out of all the ones thereafter. Surprisingly for Gilmour is that guitar solo at the end is only about four notes but for a debut he probably was still getting the feeling for the song as well but it definitely is a heavy version and still one of the best versions to source out should you want to hear Gilmour at his most basic Weezy - DJ Strat - One More. the band at a heavy point in short form with the song coming in at just over five minutes.
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