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Pink Floyd – 1968 rare live footage

Pink Floyd playing a number of their early hits on the French TV show ‘Bouton Rouge’ on 24 February 1968.
In between is a short extract of Ten Years After playing ‘Love Until I Die’.

 

Astronomy Domine 0:46
Flaming 3:27
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 8:35
Let There Be More Light 13:17

Comus – First Utterance

Comus – First Utterance 1971 [Full album]

Comus are a British progressive folk band who had a brief career in the early 1970s. Their first album, First Utterance, brought them a cult following, which persists. They reunited in 2009, and have played several festivals and released a new album.

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Pink Floyd – Careful With That Axe Eugene

Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia. 15 August, 1971.

Excerpt of a live performance of Careful With That Axe Eugene (with overdubbed sound taken from Ummagumma) along with an interview were featured on the local early evening TV show Get To Know. Broadcast on the ABC TV network on 15 August, 1971.

Indiscipline

King Crimson – Indiscipline – Live in Mexico City on 14th July 2017.

Mel Collins – Saxophones
Robert Fripp – Guitar
Gavin Harrison – Drums
Jakko Jakszyk – Vocals/Guitar
Tony Levin – Chapman Stick/Backing Vocals
Pat Mastelotto – Drums
Bill Rieflin – Keyboards
Jeremy Stacey – Drums

The book about my idle plot on a vague anxiety

toe – the book about my idle plot on a vague anxiety (full album)

Toe, stylised as toe is a Japanese rock band from Tokyo. While mentioned in many post-rock circles, their song structure and dynamics are also similar to many popular math rock artists. The group was founded in 2000 and consists of four members; Kashikura Takashi (drums), Mino Takaaki (guitar), Yamane Satoshi (bass guitar), and Yamazaki Hirokazu (guitar).

21st Century Schizoid Man

21st Century Schizoid Man by KIng Crimson. Filmed in Japan December 2015.

Robert Fripp – Guitar
Gavin Harrison – Drums
Jakko Jakszyk – Vocals/Guitar
Tony Levin – Chapman Stick/Backing Vocals
Pat Mastelotto – Drums
Bill Rieflin – Keyboards
Jeremy Stacey – Drums

Tigran Hamasyan – Jazz sous les Pommiers

Tigran Hamasyan – Jazz sous les Pommiers 2011

Tigran Hamasyan (Armenian: Տիգրան Համասյան; born July 17, 1987) is an Armenian jazz pianist.
He plays mostly original compositions, which are strongly influenced by the Armenian folk tradition, often using its scales and modalities.

Black Mountain

Performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded April 22, 2016.

Black Mountain is a Canadian psychedelic rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia.
The band is composed of Stephen McBean, Amber Webber, Matt Camirand, Jeremy Schmidt and Joshua Wells.

The Knight

Panta Rei – The Knight (1973)

The Burden of Hope

Grails – The Burden of Hope

Thank Christ For George

Catapilla – Thank Christ For George

Man Bites Dog

Blast Furnace – Man Bites Dog (1971)

Living Legend

The Old Man And The Sea

Knud Lindhard, Tommy Hansen
Sonet ‎– SLPS 1539

Hailow

Blues Addicts – 1970

Danish Jimi Hendrix inspired acid/garage rock group. Founded as Bawdy Male Section in the mid sixties. Released their only album on Spectator Records in 1970.

(Spectator Records ‎– SL 1015)

Henning Aasbjerg Andersen, Ivan Horn, Michael Brink, Thorstein Thomsen

Teaparty For An Orchard

Culpeper’s Orchard

Facing Morning

Fleur De Lis

Gånglåten

Fläsket Brinner – Gånglåten

Space Oddity

David Bowie Space Oddity. Bowie’s first major European TV appearance 1969.

A very early clip of David Bowie performing “Space Oddity” on Swiss TV’s music series Hits a Go Go in 1969. The show was hosted by Graham Bonney, best known for his sixties’ chart single “Super Girl” and for later hosting the UK kids music show Lift Off.

Sympathy for the Devil

Stoned Age Man

Joseph – Stoned Age Man

1. Trick Bag
2. I Ain’t Flattenin’ No More Frogs For Snakes
3. Cold Biscuits and Fish Heads
4. Stoned Age Man
5. I’m Gonna Build a Mountain
6. Mojo Gumbo
7. The House of the Rising Sun
8. Gotta Get Away
9. Come the Sun Tomorrow

Kid A

Radiohead

Lateralus

Tool – Lateralus
Full album

When The Music’s Over

The Doors – When The Music’s Over
Live In Copenhagen 1968.

In Through The Outdoor

Led Zeppelin | In Through The Outdoor

In Through the Out Door is the eighth studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, and their final album of entirely new material. It was recorded over a three-week period in November and December 1978 at ABBA’s Polar Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, and released by Swan Song Records on 15 August 1979. In Through the Out Door was the band’s sixth and final studio release to reach the top of the charts in America, and was the last released by the band before the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980.

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Moonloop

Moonloop is an EP released by British psychedelic rock and progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, prior to the release of their third studio album, The Sky Moves Sideways. It was released on vinyl and CD in the UK by Delerium Records. The EP was also released by C+S Records in the United States under the name of Stars Die and included the song “Always Never” from the Up The Downstair album as an extra track. Stars Die was not included on the original UK release of The Sky Moves Sideways but was included on the US version. The 2CD reissues of The Sky Moves Sideways have the track on the second disc.

Steven Wilson – Vocals, guitars, keyboards, mixing
Colin Edwin – Bass
Chris Maitland – Drums
Rick Edwards – Percussion