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’.
Soft Machine – Hope for Happiness 1968
Robert Wyatt – drums, lead vocals
Mike Ratledge – Lowrey Holiday De Luxe organ, piano (on 13)
Kevin Ayers – bass, lead vocals (on 10 and 12), backing vocals (on 7 and 9), piano (on 5)
The Doors – When The Music’s Over
Live In Copenhagen 1968.
Serge Gainsbourg – Requiem Pour Un Con.
From Georges Lautner’s film Le Pacha, 1968.
Henry Cow – Unrest [full album]
Henry Cow were an English avant-rock group, founded at Cambridge University in 1968 by multi-instrumentalists Fred Frith and Tim Hodgkinson. Henry Cow’s personnel fluctuated over their decade together, but drummer Chris Cutler and bassoonist/oboist Lindsay Cooper were important long-term members alongside Frith and Hodgkinson.
Pink Floyd Roio | High Time
Another volume of spectacular performances and broadcasts – 1968-69.