Rare, Early Pink Floyd Concert Recording To Be Played Back On Stage In Stockholm

A rare early [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Pink Floyd[/lastfm] recordings was biding it’s time and then one day – hooray… it turned up in Sweden.

Spinner.com reports an article in Sweden’s Dagens Nyheter (News of The Day) reported that a 50-minute concert from September 10, 1967 was “recorded with professional microphones on a Revox tape recorder, and is thought to be the only existing example of a complete 1967 show.”

The concert came in the Syd Barrett days,  just after the released of The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. On the tape you can reportedly hear a band member say “No one will like what we play” before the concert begins.

The concert took place at Stockholm’s  Gyllene Cirkeln (Goldon Circle) restaurant 43 years ago.  The venue still exists and on May 3 & 7 there will be a dinner, tribute band and playback of the recording.  Spinner.com reports there is speculation that representatives from EMI will be in attendance to consider a wider release.

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