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Vinyl, Import, 30 June 2014
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 30.48 x 32 x 2.54 cm; 324.03 Grams
- Manufacturer : PLG UK CATALOG
- Manufacturer reference : SHVL765
- Original Release Date : 2014
- Run time : 38 minutes
- Label : PLG UK CATALOG
- ASIN : B00JGCIMKI
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 15,152 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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2014 reissue on vinyl LP. After being booted out of the band he started... Pink Floyd... Syd Barrett went on to prove he could still create incredible music with this 1970 release "The Madcap Laughs." He still gets a little help from his Floyd bandmates David Gilmour and Roger Waters. Malcolm Jones is another big contributor on this album. Plus, Jerry Garcia helped cowrite the opening song "Terrapin." A haunting album that doesn't shy from insanity, it has become a cult classic by fans of Pink Floyd and psychedelia. It's 12 other songs include "No Good Trying," "Love You," "No Man's Land," "Dark Globe," "Here I Go," "Octopus," "Golden Hair," "Long Gone," "She Took a Long Cold Look," "Feel," "If It's In You" and "Late Night." Parlophone.
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In the 1990s I went into a record store and sorted through the B's and asked at the counter where Syd Barrett was, and was told that they assumed that anyone who knew about him would already have his records. There was something magical about the gate-fold vinyl issue in 1970, and now that the original artwork is being used for the CD I feel it should arouse interest in any browser, as it did me at the time. My interest was in PF but my faith has always been in Barrett. This was for me the best album I had heard then or since. If only his Pink Flord mates had his gramophone record savvy.
The best track by some way is Terrapin. Can somebody tell me why the version I have on tape (from the radio?) is faster, punchier and generally much better than the one here?