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See Emily Play - Pink Floyd - Relics (Vinyl, LP)


Download See Emily Play - Pink Floyd - Relics (Vinyl, LP)
1979
Label: Emidisc (2) - 3C 034-50740 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock


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  1. Kazinris Permalink
    Mar 27,  · March 27, Floyd just announced new vinyl remaster will be released on May 18th. The album features artwork hand-drawn by Nick Mason, and like the original release on Starline, with the exception of mono tracks Arnold Layne and See Emily Play, features all the original stereo versions/5().
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  2. Vule Permalink
    Front sleeve is laminated on this release. A near identical unlaminated release with HTM etching is here - Pink Floyd - Relics. Previously released on the Starline label (SRS ) under the same title. Sleeve Made in Great Britain Patent No. 1,, EMI RECORDS LIMITED EMI HOUSE, 20 MANCHESTER SQUARE, LONDON, W1A1ES Side A: /5().
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  3. Gardaran Permalink
    For years, this was the only place you could hear early singles like "Arnold Layne" and the brilliant "See Emily Play." Originally released in , the record gathers the group's first five singles and then adds material like the pastoral "Cirrus Minor" and the pummeling "Nile Song," both taken from the soundtrack to Barbet Schroeder's
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  4. Kecage Permalink
    PINK FLOYD Relics Vinyl Records Discography Album: Relics is a compilation album with early Pink Floyd recordings. it is most noted for its inclusion of Syd Barrett-era hit singles, "Arnold Layne" and "See Emily Play", as well as B-sides to three other singles.
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  5. Akijar Permalink
    PINK FLOYD Relics ( Australian Axis label track CD compilation album, including Arnold Layne, See Emily Play and Interstellar Overdrive, issued in a jewel case with the unique picture sleeve. Despite a couple of light signs of play, the disc appears in otherwise excellent condition CDAX).
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  6. Maran Permalink
    Relics was most noted for its inclusion of the band's first two Syd Barrett -era hit singles, " Arnold Layne " and " See Emily Play ". Due to the lack of available stereo masters, both tracks were reprocessed into Duophonic stereo for the album's original release (the CD release reverts to .
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  7. Zucage Permalink
    Jul 10,  · So I would get my 1st ever introduction to Pink Floyd! The U.S. version was one of LP's I "inherited" from a local DJ's wife. They were customers of mine on my paper route. The collection was a snapshot of the beginning of the "progressive" era. Because of "Relics" I knew PF long before they would become popular in the States.
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  8. Vojin Permalink
    Dec 02,  · For what I am aware of, "See Emily Play" was a single, but there a few compilations that have it: the "Relics";-the "Works";-the "Shine On", which includes "The Early Singles" as a bonus cd (this contains the digitally remastered version I think).
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  9. Grokora Permalink
    "See Emily Play" began life as a Syd Barrett song written for Pink Floyd's concert-cum-happening Games For May at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on May 12, Emily missed the event but someone told her all about it. She recalled: "I thought, gosh, that's nice, a song with my name, but I didn't think it .
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