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‘BILL BAILEY’S TOP TEN PROGRESSIVE ROCK’, documental online.

febrero 5, 2010

Documental do Channel 4 BBC adicado o rock progresivo, estilo que apareceu a finais dos anos 60 e que floreceu na década dos 70 con King Crimson ou Pink Floyd como abanderados do seu sonido. Éste filme repasa as principais bandas do xénero a través de entrevistas a diferentes membros dos grupos máis exitosos escollidos polo músico e comediante británico Bill Bailey.

NOTA: Falta a primeira parte porque non aparece por ningures no YouTube.

Hawkwind / Rush

RushEmerson Lake & Palmer / Yes

Yes / Jethro Tull

Moody Blues

Genesis

Pink Floyd

PINK FLOYD ‘P·U·L·S·E’, concerto online.

noviembre 13, 2009

‘P·U·L·S·E’ é un disco doble gravado ao vivo pola banda Pink Floyd no Earls Court de Londres o 20 de outubro de 1984 durante a xira do disco The Division Bell cando Roger Waters xa non formaba parte da banda. A segunda parte do show está adicada a interpretación íntegra do seu álbum clásico Dark Side Of The Moon.

Parte 1:

1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
2. Learning To Fly
3. High Hopes
4. Take It Back
5. Coming Back To Life
6. Sorrow
7. Keep Talking
8. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
9. One Of These Days

Parte 2:

1. Speak To Me
2. Breathe
3. On The Run
4. Time
5. Great Gig In The Sky
6. Money
7. Us And Them
8. Brain Damage
9. Eclipse
10. Wish You Were Here
11. Comfortably Numb
12. Run Like Hell

PINK FLOYD ‘MTV ROCKUMENTARY’, reportaxe online.

septiembre 30, 2009

‘Shine On’ é o título deste reportaxe biográfico sobre a banda Pink Floyd emitido no programa Rockumentary da MTV en 1989, onde se fai un repaso sua carreira dende os comezoss con Syd Barrett ata a última etapa xa sen Roger Waters, coma sempre con entrevistas e material en directo.

PINK FLOYD ‘BOUTON ROUGE 1968’, online.

junio 9, 2009

Actuación de Pink Floyd no programa da televisión francesa Bouton Rouge o 24 de febreiro de 1968.

1. Astronomy Domine 2. Flaming 3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

4. Let There Be More Light

pink floyd ‘live at pompeii (original)’, online.

mayo 18, 2009

Live at Pompeii es un vídeo de la banda británica Pink Floyd, dirigido por el director Adrian Maben y grabado durante el mes de octubre de 1971 en el anfiteatro en ruinas de Pompeya, Italia.

Las interpretaciones de “Echoes“, “One of These Days” y “A Saucerful of Secrets” fueron filmadas entre el 4 de octubre y el 7 de octubre de 1971, mientras que el resto de canciones fueron filmadas en un estudio de París junto con proyecciones del anfiteatro de Pompeya. Estas secuencias de París fueron grabadas a finales de 1971 y comienzos de 1972, y pueden distinguirse por la ausencia de barba de Rick Wright. Esta versión fue distribuida a los teatros en septiembre de 1972 y también se incluye en la versión en DVD como extras. En agosto de 1974 se publicó otra versión que combina el material de Pompeya con grabaciones durante las sesiones del disco The Dark Side of the Moon en los estudios Abbey Road.

Lista original de la edición de 1972

  1. “Intro Song”
  2. “Echoes, Part 1”
  3. “Careful with That Axe, Eugene”
  4. “A Saucerful of Secrets”
  5. “One of These Days”
  6. “Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun”
  7. “Mademoiselle Nobs”
  8. “Echoes, Part 2”

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_at_Pompeii

‘history of psychedelic rock’, documental online.

mayo 6, 2009

Psychedelic rock is a style of rock music that attempts to replicate the mind-altering experiences of hallucinogenic drugs. It emerged during the mid 1960s among garage and folk rock bands in Britain and the United States. Psychedelic rock is a bridge from early blues-based rock to progressive rock and heavy metal, but it also drew on non-Western sources such as Indian music’s rāgas and sitars.

While the first contemporary musicians to be influenced by psychedelic drugs were in the jazz and folk scenes, the first use of the term “psychedelic” in popular music was by the “acid-folk” group The Holy Modal Rounders in 1964, with the song “Hesitation Blues.”[citation needed] The first use of the word “psychedelic” in a rock music context is usually credited to The Deep, and the earliest known appearance of this usage of the word in print is in the title of their 1966 album The Psychedelic Moods of the Deep. Roky Erickson, lead singer of The 13th Floor Elevators, coined the term ‘psychedelic rock’ in a 1966 interview.
In 1962, British rock embarked on a frenetic race of ideas that spread back to the U.S. with the British Invasion. The folk music scene also experimented with outside influences. In the tradition of Jazz and blues many musicians began to take drugs, and include drug references in their songs. Beat Generation writers like William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg and especially the new exponents of consciousness expansion such as Timothy Leary, Alan Watts and Aldous Huxley profoundly influenced the thinking of the new generation. In late 1965, The Beatles unveiled their brand of psychedelia on the Rubber Soul album, which featured John Lennon’s first paean to universal love (“The Word”) and a sitar-laden tale of attempted hippy hedonism (“Norwegian Wood”, written by John Lennon). The British rock act The Yardbirds recorded the single “Happenings Ten Years Time Ago” in 1966, another track frequently cited as the first psychedelic song, this one due to its frantic evocation of drug-induced paranoia.

Psychedelia began in the United States’ folk scene with New York City’s Holy Modal Rounders introducing the term in 1964.[citation needed] A similar band called Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions from San Francisco were influenced by The Byrds and the Beatles to switch from acoustic music to electric music in 1965. Renaming themselves the Warlocks, they fell in with Ken Kesey’s LSD-fueled Merry Pranksters in November 1965, and changed their name to the Grateful Dead the following month.[citation needed] The Dead played to light shows at the Pranksters’ “Acid Tests”, with pulsing images being projected over the group in what became a widespread practice.

-VERSIÓN ORIXINAL SEN SUBTÍTULOS-

‘The Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett Story’ en español.

marzo 31, 2009

A estas alturas poucos fans de Syd Barrett e Pink Floyd haberá que non viran este documental imprescindible, pero sempre está bien volve-lo a ver e recordar ó xenio de Cambridge.

Ideal para sumerxirte no mundo de Barrett unha tarde chuviosa como a de hoxe.