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’.
Pink Floyd | Ummagumma
Ummagumma was released on 25 October 1969, through Harvest Records. The album’s title supposedly comes from Cambridge slang for sex, commonly used by Pink Floyd friend and occasional roadie, Ian “Emo” Moore, who would say “I’m going back to the house for some ummagumma“. According to Moore, he made up the term himself.
Pink Floyd Roio | The Midas Touch
Recorded On Stage & Studio Outtakes
Wizardo 305 A/B
Pink Floyd Roio | High Time
Another volume of spectacular performances and broadcasts – 1968-69.