Darkness Over Frisco

Recorded live at San Francisco, Filmore West, October 1970

CD Ref.: TGP-CD-129
CD Date: 1990
N. CDs: 1
Live Bootleg


1. Cymbaline (Waters) info
2. Grantchester Meadows (Waters) info
3. Green Is The Colour (Waters) info
4. Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright) info
5. Atom Heart Mother (Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright, Geesin) info
6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Waters) info


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Os envío unos comentarios que he encontrado por ahí.

Cover: Cover is a 4 page booklet with poor colour pics of PF onstage early 70's.
-BD (#23)

Sources: 29 Apr 1970, San Francisco, U.S.A. Reported as 08 Mar 1970 SF Fillmore
West (This is not correct -TOR)


1. Cymbailine
2. Granchester Meadows
3. Green Is The Colour
4. Careful With That Axe
5. Atom Heart Mother
6. Set The Controls
Total 57:17

Roger Waters*
David Gilmour*
Rick Wright*
Nick Mason*

Xref: Colourful Meadows

Quality: VG+ -HERWIG
Good -BD (#23)

Comments: Pretty easy to get, this again is the PBS broadcast 29.4.70. Due to
crackle suppression technique used, the music suffers, but is still slightly
better than Colourful Meadows. -BD (#23)

The date could be 29th April 1970, as reported in an old Italian book about Pink
Floyd interviews and rarities. A good performance, the only remarkable drawback
is the terrible vocals in AHM. The sound quality is enough good, it was '70, do
not forget. A collectable item, for sure. -PELLE

Darkness Over Frisco does appear to be different from Psychedelicamania. At
least the song Green is the Colour is different because on Psychedelicamania
Dave doesn't bother to sing Green but goes straight to coulor of her way. In
Darkness he clearly does sing green and the pace is much slower on this Roio or
else the tape speed is wrong.

I always thought they were the same so I never bothered listening to Darkness
Over Frisco. It's on a crappy label anyway. If you gave a soundboard DAT to
World Productions they would have to add vinyl pops and tape clicks just because
of tradition. You heard of No-Noise, well these people have the technology of
Mo-noise as in More-Noise.