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July 14, 2006

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Em

Thanks for the MP3 i love syd~~

Sherry Salzman

thanks for puttingup lucy leave.. for those especially who have never heard it... i bdleiv syd was only 19 when they recorded this.. not bad for akid trying to imitate the stones....
(who he loved even while a recluse in Cambridge...)
Rest in Peace -Sweet Piper at the gates of heaven

Doghouse

Beautiful recording....get ready for a massive tidal wave of Syd nostalghia!

ResidentClinton

I heard this on your show the other day and thought it was fantastic. And of course impossible to find, so thanks for posting it on the blog. If Pink Floyd and Syd had stayed together we may indeed have a different world all around us. Or not.

ResidentClinton

Whoop, not YOUR show, Ken, but on the air as it were.

Lucy

hey
aww thanks for lucy leave, i've been looking for this everywhere <3
syd was genius.
<3 r.i.p
his ghost is in limbo ...
x

mr.science

third row down, fifth from left

Patiristroika

syd barrett uno de los maestros de la distorción siempre serás un brillante diamante loco

bueno que apsa sapos culiaos feos

pajarones chuchetumres les voy a decir una pura wea, si son tan tchoro por qué no se meten un palo en el culo pajarones reculaios son entero pao chao no ma syd barrett la llea aqui con los cabros le acimos chupete cuando nos aplicamos unos yiyos, chabela no ma pajarones


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Miguel Franco

Thanks for the music.

Obrigado pela música.

MF (Portugal)

Allie

Thanks for posting this MP3. It's a fascinating insight into what Pink Floyd sounded like in the very early days before they found their own sound

Trev

Just discovered this - excellent! Thanks for making this available. It's a catchy little number, even if it doesn't sound much like Pink Floyd. Syd developing his writing skills and showing his early influences. Presumably the lead guitar is being played by Bob Klose, but you can tell its Syd singing.

Neil

Pink Floyd's 1st ever studio recording made in 1965 with Bob Klose still part of the band is exactly right. The other song recorded at this session was Slim Harpo's "I'm a king bee" which I am totally convinced Syd wanted to record after hearing it covered on the very first Rolling Stones album the year before. Bob Klose said of it "If you heard it now you might think it was the early Stones but it hasn't quite got that Pink Floyd sound yet. It needed for me to leave to let that happen. Y'know, that was quite an important step..." in the BBC Syd documentary shown again just after his untimely sad death.

R.I.P. SYD

Lisa

God Bless you for making "Lucy Leave" finally hit my ears. Syd was more interesting then Roger Waters could ever hope to be. And although I'm a huge Pink Floyd fan in general, Syd was the father of the sound that was Pink Floyd. Not to mention he was THEEEEEEEEE best looking human to ever come out of England!!!!!

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