13 de novembro de 2015

Pink Floyd Video Anthology - 1966 a 1983

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Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)

Volume 1 (1966-1967)
HRV DVD 005A




Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Mono/Stereo
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 12 mins

Home Movies, Gog Magog Hills, London
Summer 1966
8mm home movies of Syd’s first mushroom trip filmed by Barrett's friend, film student Nigel Gordon, in the Gog Magog Hills in the summer of 1966. The footage on this DVD has been edited to an early instrumental version of Pink Floyd’s Remember A Day.

London 66 - 67, Sound Techniques Studios, UFO Club & Unknown Venue, London
11 January, 1967 / 30 December, 1966 & Early 1967
Live in the studio performances of Interstellar Overdrive and Nick’s Boogie filmed for Peter Whitehead’s Tonight Let’s All Make Love In London documentary. This footage is intercut with live performances at UFO and an unknown venue.

Scene Special, UFO Club, London
27 January, 1967
A live performance of Interstellar Overdrive filmed at the UFO club for the Granada TV documentary Scene Special subtitled It’s So Far Out It’s Straight Down.
Broadcast on 7 February, 1967.

Dope, Unknown Venue, London
Early 1967
A live performance of an untitled instrumental was filmed by underground filmmakers Diane and Sheldon Rochlin for their cult film Dope.

Die Jungen Nachtwandler, UFO Club, London
24 February, 1967
A live performance of an untitled instrumental and the general scene at UFO was filmed by German TV to be included in the one-hour documentary “Die Jungen Nachtwandler”.
Broadcast on the Bayerischer Rundfunk TV network on 3 July, 1967.

Arnold Layne, Promo Film
Late February - Early March, 1967
A promotional film for their first single. Filmed at Wittering Beach on the south coast of England by Derek Nice, this promo premiered at the UFO club on 10 March, 1967.

Home Movies, Abbey Road Studios, London
April, 1967
8mm home movies filmed outside of Abbey Road Studios and on an unidentified beach. The footage on this DVD has been edited to the band’s second single, See Emily Play (edited version by HRV Records).

Bouton Rouge, Arnold Layne, Promo Film
29 April, 1967
An alternate black and white promotional film for Arnold Layne was shot in Holland and featured on the French TV show Bouton Rouge.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 21 May, 1967.

Look of The Week, BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd’s Bush, London
14 May, 1967
Live performances of Pow R Toc H and Astronomy Domine followed by Syd and Roger being interviewed by Hans Keller for the TV show Look Of The Week.
Broadcast live on BBC2 TV.

British Pathe News, Suffolk, England
8 July, 1967
A colour promotional film for Scarecrow was featured in the British Pathe News which was syndicated throughout the ABC cinema circuit in the summer of 1967.

American Bandstand, ABC Studios, Burbank, California
7 November, 1967
A mimed performance of Apples & Oranges was featured on American Bandstand followed by an interview with Dick Clark.
Broadcast on the ABC network on 18 November, 1967.

Tomorrow’s World, Stanhope Gardens, Hampstead, London
12 December, 1967
The Pink Floyd were filmed at former landlord Mike Leonard’s house for an edition of the BBC show, Tomorrow’s World. The band performed an untitled instrumental to accompany a demonstration of Mike’s sound and light experiments.
Broadcast on BBC1 TV on 17 January, 1968.

Central Office of Information, Jugband Blues, Promo Film
December, 1967
It was reported that this film was being viewed by the band at the Central Office of Information on 9 December, shortly after this song was recorded, for inclusion in a cultural exchange variety show.
Recording date and location are unknown.

Bonus Clips
San Francisco, Film
1968
Anthony Stern developed the concept of the impressionistic documentary with the making of this BFI financed film. The film features a very early version of Interstellar Overdrive as performed by Pink Floyd.
Recorded at Thompson Private Recording Studios on 31 October, 1966.

British Pathe News Outtakes, Suffolk, England
8 July, 1967
Outtakes from the Scarecrow film.



Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 2 (1968)
HRV DVD 005B



Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 28 mins

Promo Films with David Gilmour
Parc de Laeken and RTB TV Studios, Brussels, Belgium
18-19 February, 1968
Mimed performances of Astronomy Domine, Scarecrow, Corporal Clegg, Paintbox, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, See Emily Play and a photo montage of Bike were broadcast in a dedicated Pink Floyd TV special, as part of the Tienerklanken pop music show.
Broadcast on BRT TV on 31 March, 1968.

A mimed performance of Apples and Oranges was broadcast on the RTB pop music program
Vibrato on 27 February, 1968.

Bouton Rouge, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
20 February, 1968
Live performances of Astronomy Domine, Flaming, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, and Let There Be More Light.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 25 February, 1968.

Discorama, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
21 February, 1968
A mimed performance of Paintbox appeared on the French TV show Discorama.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 3 March, 1968.

The Sound of Change, BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd’s Bush, London
26 March, 1968
An untitled instrumental was performed live for the magazine program Late Night Line Up subtitled The Sound of Change.
Broadcast on BBC2 TV on 10 September, 1968.

All My Loving, Abbey Mills Pumping Station, East Stratford, London
28 March, 1968
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun was performed live for the BBC Omnibus TV special subtitled All My Loving. This clip features the single-camera dailies which were edited together from various takes creating a full performance of the piece. 
Originally broadcast on BBC1 TV on 3 November, 1968 in black and white.
Rebroadcast on BBC2 TV on 18 May, 1969 in color.

Rome Goes Pop, Piper Club, Rome
18 or 19 April, 1968
An abbreviated mimed performance of It Would Be So Nice appeared as part of the Rome Goes Pop TV special.
Broadcast on BBC2 TV on 18 May, 1968.

1st European International Pop Festival, Palazzo Dello Sport, Rome
6 May, 1968
A live performance of Interstellar Overdrive.
Broadcast on German ARD TV. Program and broadcast date are unknown.

Kastival 1968, Kastival ’68 Festival, Kasterlee, Belgium
31 August, 1968
An interview with Roger Waters and a live performance of Astronomy Domine were filmed by BRT TV, Belgium and broadcast as part of a 30-minute Kastival 1968 TV special on the Tienerklanken pop music show.
Broadcast on 8 October, 1968.

Samedi et Compagnie, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
6 September, 1968
Mimed performances of Let There Be More Light and Remember a Day were featured on the music program Samedi et Compagnie.
Broadcast on ORTF1 on 21 September, 1968.

Surprise Partie, Le Bilboquet, St. Germain des Pres, Paris
7 September, 1968
A live performance of Let There Be More Light was included on the 4-hour TV special Surprise Partie.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 31 December, 1968.

Tous en Scene, L’Antenne du Chapiteau du Kremlin-Bicetre, Paris
31 October, 1968
Let There Be More Light and Flaming were performed live for the music program Tous en Scene.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 26 November, 1968.

Point Me at the Sky, Promo Film
November, 1968
This promotional film of Point Me at the Sky featured David Gilmour and Nick Mason piloting Gypsy Moth biplanes flying over the English countryside. Publicity photos of the band members wearing aviator clothing were taken at Biggin Hill Aerodome in November and it is assumed that this promotion film was made around this time.

Bonus Clip
Let There Be More Light, Promo Film
September, 1968
A video of the band on a London Tube train accompanied an abbreviated version of Let There Be More Light on the French TV show A L’affiche du Monde.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 12 October, 1968.



Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 3 (1969)
HRV DVD 005C



Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 30 mins

Forum Musiques, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
22 January, 1969
Mimed performances of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the French TV show Forum Musiques.
Broadcast on ORTF1 on 15 February, 1969.

Royal Festival Hall, London
14 April, 1969
Anthony Stern filmed the band rehearsing songs from The Man & The Journey suite, performed later that evening at the Royal Festival Hall.

SDR TV Villa Berg Studios, Stuttgart, West Germany
22 July, 1969
Mimed performances of Corporal Clegg and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the TV program P-1.
Broadcast on the SDR TV network on 21 September, 1969.

Essen International Pop & Blues Festival Grugahalle, Essen, West Germany
11 October, 1969
Live performances of Careful With That Axe Eugene and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the TV special Essen International Pop & Blues Festival which was broadcast on German TV network ZDF.

Actuel Festival, Mont de lnclus, Amougies, Belgium
25 October, 1969
Excerpts from live performances of Green is the Colour, Careful With That Axe Eugene, and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were featured on several French TV programs. These clips are from the film Music Power, a documentary on the Actuel Festival.



Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 4 (The 1970's)
HRV DVD 005D



Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 33 mins

Holland Pop Festival ‘70, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
28 June, 1970
Live performances of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured in the Cine3/Planet film Stamping Ground.
Directed by Jason Pohland.

ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
4 & 5 December, 1970
Pink Floyd were reported to be filming a segment for French TV. They performed an untitled instrumental often referred to as Corrosion, an improvisational jam that segued into Embryo. This clip was featured on a Roland Petit Special shown on French TV.
Broadcast on ORTF1 TV on 2 January, 1971.

Musikhalle, Hamburg, West Germany
25 February, 1971 
Stadthalle, Offenbach, West Germany
26 February, 1971
Excerpts of a live performances of Atom Heart Mother (Musikhalle) and A Saucerful Of Secrets (Stadthalle) were filmed for the German TV show Aspekte.
Broadcast on the ZDF TV network on 2 March, 1971.

Abbaye de Royaumont, Royaumont, France
15 June, 1971
Live performances of Cymbaline and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were filmed for the TV program Cinq Grand Sur La Deux.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 12 July, 1971.

Hakone Aphrodite ‘71, Hakone, Japan
7 August, 1971
Edited excerpts of a live performance from the Hakone Aphrodite Festival were featured on an unknown Japanese television. A live performance of Atom Heart Mother was overdubbed and used as the audio track for the original broadcast.
This clip features audio of Atom Heart Mother recorded live at the Community Concourse of the San Diego Convention Center on 17 October, 1971.

Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia
15 August, 1971
Excerpts of a live performance of Careful With That Axe Eugene (with overdubbed sound taken from Ummagumma) along with an interview and promotional video for Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were featured on the local early evening TV show Get To Know.
Broadcast on the ABC TV network on 15 August, 1971.

The Dome, Brighton, England
28 & 29 June, 1972
Live performances of Careful With That Axe Eugene and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. Filmed by Peter Whitehead for Peter Clifton’s Sound Of The City (in the UK) and Rock City (in the US). Set The Controls was not released until it debuted in Peter Clifton’s Heart Of The Sun film.

Various Ballet Footage
1972 & 1973
Actualites Mediterranee - Excerpts from The Ballet de Marseille dress rehearsals filmed on 21 November, 1972, Marseille, Salle Valliers, France.
Broadcast on ORTF on 22 November, 1972.

JT Nuit - Excerpts from live performances of The Ballet de Marseille, Marseille, Salle Valliers, France.
Broadcast on ORTF on 26 November, 1972.

Journal de Paris - Rehearsals filmed in Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France on
12 January, 1973.
Broadcast on ORTF on 16 January, 1973.

JT Soir - Rehearsals from Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France.
Filmed and broadcast on ORTF on 12 January, 1973.

Knebworth Festival, Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire
5 July, 1975
A live performance of Raving & Drooling was filmed by TF1 which was later featured as part of a news segment. The audio features a recording from the Los Angeles Sports Arena on 26 April, 1975.
Broadcast on TF1 on 8 July, 1975.

Bonus Clip
Parc des Expositions Les Arenes, Poitiers, France
29 November, 1972
Pre-show footage, intercut with a few brief live shots and interviews were filmed by a local French TV
crew but was never broadcast.



Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 5 (A Collection Of Great Dance Videos)
HRV DVD 005E



Please note that this DVD contains both standard 4:3 and widescreen 16:9 aspect ratios and was created to be played on 16:9 monitors/TVs which are the current standard. The 4:3 footage should display black bars to the left and right of the image.

Video: NTSC (16:9)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 22 mins

Crystal Voyager
1972
Crystal Voyager is a 1973 surf film directed by David Elfick and was filmed, written and narrated by surfer, photographer and filmmaker George Greenough in 1972. The song Echoes is featured during the final sequence comprised of footage shot by Greenough from his surfboard.

French Windows
1972
Ian Emes’ first animated film, inspired by One Of These Days. The film went on to win awards across the world and lead to an invitation to work with Pink Floyd.

Dark Side Of The Moon Concert Films
1974 - 1975
Concert backdrop films of Time (animation by Ian Emes), Money, Us & Them, Brain Damage, and Eclipse.
Originally projected during performances of Dark Side Of The Moon from 1974-1975.

Shine On You Crazy Diamond Concert Film
1975
Animated film designed and directed by Gerald Scarfe. Originally projected during the 1975 tour.

Welcome To The Machine
1976
Animated film designed and directed by Gerald Scarfe. Originally projected during the Animals tour in 1977.

Pig Launch Film, Battersea Power Station, London
3 December, 1976
Footage of the inflatable pig being launched above Battersea Power Station.
Edited by Harvested Records, 2002.

Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
1980
Promotional video for the single Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) directed by Gerald Scarfe.

When The Tigers Broke Free
1982
Promotional video for the single When The Tigers Broke Free directed by Alan Parker from the film Pink Floyd The Wall.

The Final Cut Video EP
1983
Promotional videos of The Gunner’s Dream, The Final Cut, Not Now John, and The Fletcher Memorial Home were released as an extended play video on VHS in the U.K. The source of this video is from a pre-broadcast TV master which features an uncensored (and longer) version of Not Now John as well as an alternate running order. Screenplay by Roger Waters, directed by Willie Christie.
Released on 25 April, 1983.



Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevB)

Volume 5 (The Greatest Gig In The Sky)
HRV DVD 005E


01 - Speak To Me
02 - Breathe
03 - On The Run
04 - Time
05 - The Great Gig In The Sky
06 - Money
07 - Us And Them
08 - Any Colour You Like
09 - Brain Damage
10 - Eclipse


Video restoration: RonToon
Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

Enjoy!
Team HRV (January 2012)

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