Pink Floyd "London 1966-1967" remaster update
Written by Matt   
Wednesday, 15 June 2005

The remastered, 20-bit reissue of Pink Floyd "London 1966-1967", which features a full length studio version of "Interstellar Overdrive" and the otherwise unheard "Nick's Boogie", was due to be released on June 20th. We heard from the company releasing it yesterday who told us that the date has slipped to July 4th. No further delays are anticipated.

The tracks on the CD were recorded at the now defunct Sound Techniques Studio, London, on January 11th and 12th, 1967 for Peter Whitehead's "Tonight Let's Make Love In London" film.

The recording sessions were filmed, and some of the footage from the session and from Whitehead's film is included on the CD as bonus content, that can be viewed on PCs and Apple Mac computers, as it is in Apple's Quicktime format, which can be played on most computer platforms.

Here's the full tracklisting for this release:

   1. Interstellar Overdrive (Full Length Version) 16.46
   2. Nick's Boogie 11.50
   3. Full length video of Interstellar Overdrive (Mac/PC)
   4. Interview footage from the 1960s of Mick Jagger, David Hockney, Michael Caine, Julie Christie, and an overview by the director, Peter Whitehead

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