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Pink Floyd - Eclipsed I - In Celebration Of The Comet Kahoutek download
  • Performer Pink Floyd
  • Title Eclipsed I - In Celebration Of The Comet Kahoutek
  • Country Europe
  • Style Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
  • Label Ecoercive
  • Catalog number LP5452.23
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1005 mb
  • Size FLAC 2450 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 272

Tracklist

1On The Run
2Eclipse
3Us & Them
4Time (Incl. Breathe)
5Any Color You Like
6Breathe
7Money
8Brain Damage

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
16-421/2Pink Floyd Live, The Best Of Tour '72 ‎(LP, Unofficial)We Did It For You16-421/2UK1973
TAKRL 1903Pink Floyd In Celebration Of The Comet - The Coming Of Kohoutek ‎(LP, Unofficial)The Amazing Kornyfone Record LabelTAKRL 1903US1974
nonePink Floyd Live, The Best Of Tour '72 ‎(LP, Unofficial)Not On Label (Pink Floyd)noneUK1973
FP1972Pink Floyd Rainbow Show ‎(CD, Unofficial)Orange Records FP1972Europe2002
LP5452.23Pink Floyd Eclipsed I - In Celebration Of The Comet Kahoutek ‎(LP, Unofficial)EcoerciveLP5452.23Europe2005

Notes

Recorded from live stereo FM concert broadcasts @ Rainbow Theatre, London, 17th February 1972.

Part 1 of a 2 LP set. Both covers side by side make up the picture of the Comet KAHOUTEK.
Label Variation: Album title not printed on labels, Coercive logo does not have a white background.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Back Cover Printed): 8 989775 452233

Companies

  • Recorded At – Rainbow Theatre London

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Talk about Pink Floyd - Eclipsed I - In Celebration Of The Comet Kahoutek


Faehn
This is one of the more disappointing Pink Floyd bootlegs. For starters, it's from a very popular bootlegged set (the Rainbow Theater 1972) so there are many other bootlegs out there with the same content. This one seems to have a few bad edits and worst of all it cuts-out early at the end of Eclipse. I mean, the last lines of that song is the money shot and it's completely cut. Just fades out. There is even plenty of space left on the vinyl where it could have played out. Whomever made this clearly wasn't a fan and did a lousy job. Sound-wise, it's meh. Not the worst sounding bootleg but far from the best. I'd say that the most appealing thing about this record is the cover art. I give it a C-