Brain Damage

16 Nov 1974, London, BBC broadcast.

CD Ref.: CR-1001 Capricorn
Live Bootleg


01. Speak To Me (Mason) info
02. Breathe (Waters) info
03. On The Run (Gilmour, Waters) info
04. Time (Mason, Waters, Wright, Gilmour) info
05. The Great Gig In The Sky (Wright) info
06. Money (Waters) info
07. Us And Them (Waters, Wright) info
08. Any Colour You Like (Gilmour, Mason, Wright) info
09. Brain Damage (Waters) info
10. Eclipse (Waters) info


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Format: CD
Catalog: CR-1001 Capricorn
Misc.: CD says "CD 2001", Distributed by Trident East 23
Produced: Made in Australia by Capricorn Records
Date: 741116
Cover: Front and Back: black-and-white pictures of the pyramids, from DSoTM photo shoot. No lettering on front, songs listed on back in white letters, with "Capricorn Records in red letters. Spine: "Pink Floyd Brain Damage" in white letters on dark background. Insert: includes all song titles, a listing of band personnel, photos from the _Shine On_ book, and a brief story on the recording history of DSoTM. Full-colour photos inside show signs of being "blown-up" from _Shine On_ material.
Sources: 16 Nov 1974, London, BBC broadcast.
1. Speak To Me
2. Breathe
3. On The Run
4. Time
5. The Great Gig In The Sky
6. Money
7. Us And Them
8. Any Colour You Like
9. Brain Damage
10. Eclipse
Total time: 52:38 (from both CD and disc player)
Roger Waters
Rick Wright
Nick Mason
David Gilmour

Dick Parry
Carlene Williams
Vanetta Fields

Xref: Brain Damage
Dark Night In Atlanta
In The Sky
London 1972 (From the Dark Side of the Moon)
The Other Side of the Moon Vol 2
Sampler 1992
She Kisses Like A Machine
Quality: Sup - RUDI
Comments: This is the same as the previous _Brain Damage_ by Sigma 6 records. In fact, I think it's probably made by the same company. The composer credits for many songs are way off the mark. For example:
Speak To Me (gilmore [sic] - waters - wright - mason) Money (wright)
No matter, because the performance is great, with incredible sound quality, thanks to its BBC broadcast origin. It's a good CD to have if you seek a post-release performance of DSoTM. All of the comments for the other _Brain Damage_ still apply. - RUDI
I've finally had the opportunity to A-B the new Capricorn issue of "Brain Damage" against the original Sigma 6 issue. The latter seems to retain slightly higher fidelity and 'loudness' to my ears - perhaps Capricorn No-Noised their disk.... -THE HEDONIST
(Last update: 941112)