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Germany, blue label 70s re, sl cw


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  • Disco de vinilo
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: Importación
  • Sello: COLUMBIA
  • ASIN: B0046NGP2O
  • Disponible también en: CD de audio  |  Casete de audio  |  Disco de vinilo  |  Accesorio  |  Música MP3
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NI SIQUIERA SE HAN ROZADO Y LES ESTÁ SALTANDO LA PINTURA DEL GRABADO TANTO DEL CARTÓN DE LA TAPA COMO DEL LIBRO DE LAS CANCIONES QUE HAY EN EL INTERIOR
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PARA MI SE TRATA DE UNO DE LOS MEJORES DISCOS DEL GRUPO. ME FALTABA EN MI DISCOGRAFIA. MUY RECOMENDABLE MUY BUENO
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En 1967 Syd Barrett era el compositor principal (y casi único) de Pink Floyd. Ideólogo, creador, letrista, músico experimental ... "The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn" es producto de una mente fascinante. Obviamente, no tiene nada que ver con "Dark Side Of The Moon" o "Wish You Were Here", pero las ideas que alumbraron estos clásicos ya están aquí: la inventiva intimida al oyente desde la primera nota de "Astronomy Domine", los sonidos son muy singulares, enigmáticos, sin precedentes y las canciones son pequeñas (o grandes) joyas psicodélicas con unas melodías envolventes y unas letras infantiles y mágicas. No tiene nada que envidiar al "Sgt. Pepper's" de Los Beatles, editado en aquella misma época y grabado a la par, en los mismos estudios. "The Piper" sonó sin cesar en los tocadiscos de David Bowie o Marc Bolan. Barrett perdió el norte un par de años después y acabó siendo sustituido por David Gilmour, pero esa ya es otra historia. Una historia que condicionó el futuro (y la música) de Pink Floyd. Mientras tanto, Barrett -"el loco diamante"- se limitó a languidecer, enfermo y desequilibrado, en el sótano de su casa, junto a su protectora madre, alimentando una leyenda que cada día sedujo a más acólitos. Barrett falleció en el año 2006. Para entonces, su mente laberíntica ya había olvidado que una vez había sido el líder de Pink Floyd. "The Piper Of The Gates Of Dawn" fue su gran legado, el principio de su epopeya ... y el final.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 481 opiniones
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Supreme Syd 3 de junio de 2016
Por Edward B. Parsons - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Disco de vinilo Compra verificada
This review is for the 2016 remaster 180 gram vinyl. I am so very grateful for this release. Packaging and product A+. The stereo remaster sounds much more dynamic than the original cd release I bought back in 1989. I recommend this release. Pink Floyd is my all time favorite band and I am enjoying the sound from this beautifully pressed vinyl. Cheers!!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Few Mis-steps, A Few Moments Of Pure Unadulterated Genius 15 de febrero de 2017
Por Stephen Mann - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Childlike lyrics mixed in with ambitious longer instrumentals, psychedelic songs and extremely good musicianship. I love this recording and have done so for 40 years, but you should be aware that there are going to be moments as you listen when you look around bewildered and wonder which three year old Syd was singing to.

The packing is a Digipak, a format I'm usually not keen on but here has been done so well that I find myself actually leaning toward it over trad CD bundling. The booklet is a very nice affair, printed on high-gloss heavyweight paper that does not seem to take damage from fingerprints like some other booklets I have in my extensive collection. Lyrics and artwork. Great stuff.

As for the material, you'll either love it or hate it. It was the sixties and some of what came out of that can be cringingly bad when compared to more serious, grounded material from only a couple of years later. I'm rather fond of "Lucifer Sam", and "Flaming", though to a casual listener they could be seen to be nursery rhyme stuff.

The remastering seems very clean, but I ended up with some drop-out artifacts on my digitized iTunes rip that spoil Interstellar Overdrive quite badly. I'll have to see if I can jigger with the settings and resample it.

Barret's singing voice was a fine instrument at the time this was recorded, and you hear him at his best. It is pointless to enter into "Great Loss/Good Riddance" type discussions. The man was there, then he wasn't. He was missed at some times, not at others. It was an undisputed tragedy that his mind failed in the way it did, just as it is for those not blessed with talent and a whiff of fame before they fade.

Personally I'm glad this Pink Floyd made way for the one that recorded Meddle and Dark Side, but I'm also glad they had this episode. My life would have been much emptier without the crazy cacophony of "Bike" in it at just the right time (I eventually bought a duck whistle so I could join in the ending), and late nights spent flat on my back in a darkened room listening to Interstellar Overdrive were a formative part of my growing up (though for me the end always begs for the opening bars of See Emily Play since I first encountered the track on Relics in 1970mumble).

If "The Wall" is your Pink Floyd acme, I'd advise you strongly not to bother. Hell, even if you count "A Saucerful of Secrets" as your Floyd best of breed I'd advise you to think twice. Some of the stuff on this album will cause you regret of the most virulent stripe. I'd advise those people to download only the tracks they know they want and be done.

But in my opinion the few real clunkers are more than made up for by the rest of the album. Hey, given enough beer even the clunkers can be greeted with a cheer by all around the table.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The 2016 LP release is the best I have ever heard this album. 1 de julio de 2016
Por Michael J. Burke - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Disco de vinilo Compra verificada
This review is for the 2016 Vinyl release.Simply put this is the best sound quality I've ever experienced with this LP.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A classic of early psychedelia 27 de febrero de 2013
Por Mark Colan - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I first heard Pink Floyd in college in 1971. At the time their newest albums found the band in an experimental phase, trying to discover their sound. A few years later they found mainstream success, though I tend to prefer the albums before that happened. As time went on, I went on to other kinds of music.

This album was not among my favorites at the time. It seemed primitive, a bit far out for my understanding. I heard it a few times but spent more time with Relics, Ummagumma, Meddle, Atom Heart Mother.

But now as I revisit all of Pink Floyd's albums, this one stands out as a classic, and definitely one of their best, while being nothing at all like what followed. With three of the four members of the later, commercially successful group, this one differed because of the band leader of the time, Roger Keith "Syd" Barrett, who wrote the songs and gave the band its unique sound.

This album, along with the first five tracks on a CD known as "The Early Singles" that came in the box set (and are also on the 2007 3-CD edition reissue of this album), and one track on Saucerful of Secrets, is all we have of Barrett's Pink Floyd. Barrett gradually withdrew from the band, but in the transitional, experimental phase that followed (before "Dark Side), he left a lingering influence.

Barrett was experimenting heavily with LSD during the time this music was made. He was going down a road of psychedelic music that had not been traveled much before, making it up as he went along, and (mis)using ordinary instruments to get the sounds he wanted, since there were not a lot of special effects at that time. The band was performing in London in 1966, perhaps influencing John Lennon, who is seen at a video of one of their performances. Sadly, he also seemed to be ever more disconnected with reality as he developed some kind of mental illness.

Art can be very interesting when produced by people who are a bit unbalanced, and this album is an excellent example of that. The music is complex in its chords, rhythms, and changes. The subject matter is unusual to say the least, and certainly it was for the time.

As I listen to it again now, nearly 50 years after it was recorded, it sounds very fresh and clear. Some is no doubt because of the excellent new remastering, but a lot of it is the music itself.

This is a unique album, anything but a cliche, and it deserves a serious listen from any serious listener of 60s or psychedelic music. It bears little resemblance to what Pink Floyd later became, and yet you can hear their roots in this recording.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pink Floyd 2016 vinyl "Piper" review 25 de julio de 2016
Por Rocky C. - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Disco de vinilo Compra verificada
The album cover art work is original, and beautiful, except for the folded flaps on the back side cover, which are simulated, but look real. The vinyl is 180 gram, it was perfectly flat, and has the original "COLUMBIA" label on it. The sound is outstanding, unlike some other new 180 gram remastered vinyl Lp's. Lower priced phono cartridges can track and play this lp with no problem, so it is done right, and very much worth purchasing. The quality is there, and ready to be enjoyed.


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