Pink Floyd Release 18 Live Albums!

Pink Floyd have quietly dropped 18 Dark Side Of The Moon-era live albums onto streaming services

Pink Floyd live in London 1972

by Chris Catchpole |
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Pink Floyd have made 18 live albums, plus a collection of alternative tracks, available on streaming services.

The albums span 1972 and were recorded in the run up to the release of The Dark Side Of The Moon in March 1973. The concerts, which include the band’s complete four-night stand at London’s Rainbow Theatre from February 1972, present the opportunity to hear how Pink Floyd road-tested and perfected material that would appear on The Dark Side Of The Moon, while Alternative Track 1972 includes rare alternative versions of albums tracks and the original demo of On The Run.

The full list of shows available are listed below:

Live at Southampton Guildhall, U.K., Jan. 23, 1972

Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, N.Y., Feb. 5, 1972

Live at the Rainbow Theatre, London, U.K., Feb. 17, 1972

Live at the Rainbow Theatre, London, U.K., Feb. 18, 1972

Live at the Rainbow Theatre, London, U.K., Feb. 19, 1972

Live at the Rainbow Theatre, London, U.K., Feb. 20, 1972

Live at the Taiikukan, Tokyo, Japan, March 3, 1972

Live at Osaka Festival Hall, Japan, March 8, 1972

Live at Nakajima Sports Centre, Sapporo, Japan, March 13, 1972

Live at Chicago Auditorium Theatre, U.S.A., April 28, 1972

Live at the Deutchlandhalle, Berlin, Germany, May 18, 1972

Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, Sept 22, 1972

Live at the Empire Pool, Wembley, London, Oct. 21, 1972

Live at Ernst-Merck Halle, Hamburg, Germany, Nov. 12, 1972

Live at the Palais des Sports, Poiutiers, France, Nov. 29, 1972

Live at the Palais des Sports de L’ile de la Jatte, Saint Ouen, France, Dec. 1, 1972

Live at the Vorst National, Brussels, Belgium, Dec. 5, 1972

Live at The Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland, Dec. 9, 1972

Pick up the latest issue ofMOJOto read the full story of the making of The Dark Side Of The Moon. On the eve of its golden jubilee, MOJO celebrates Pink Floyd’s masterpiece as writers, producers, engineers and designers tell the stories behind the songs – and the sleeve – that made The Dark Side Of The Moon.

You can read the cover feature including an exclusive interview with engineer Alan Parsons, HERE

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