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Pink Floyd - The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn MP3

Performer: Pink Floyd
Title: The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
Country: Italy
Catalog Number: PFR1
Label: Pink Floyd Records
Released: 21 Nov 2017
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 940

Tracklist

1Chapter 24
Written-By – Syd Barrett
2Bike
Written-By – Syd Barrett
3The Scarecrow
Written-By – Syd Barrett
4The Gnome
Written-By – Syd Barrett
5Pow R. Toc H.
Written-By – Nick Mason, Richard Wright, Roger Waters, Syd Barrett
6Astronomy Dominé
Written-By – Syd Barrett
7Lucifer Sam
Written-By – Syd Barrett
8Interstellar Overdrive
Written-By – Nick Mason, Richard Wright, Roger Waters, Syd Barrett
9Take Up Thy Stethoscope And Walk
Written-By – Roger Waters
10Flaming
Written-By – Syd Barrett
11Matilda Mother
Written-By – Syd Barrett

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FA 3065Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Gre)Fame , EMI FA 30652015
50999514119 2 3Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM + CD, Album, RE, RM)EMI, Gala Records 50999514119 2 3Russia2007
3 C062 04292Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Columbia 3 C062 04292ItalyUnknown
7243 8 31261 2 5Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)EMI 7243 8 31261 2 5UKUnknown
ST 6242Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(LP, Album)Capitol RecordsST 6242Canada1980
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SX 6157Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaSX 6157UK1967
FA 3065Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Gre)Fame , EMI FA 30652015
50999514119 2 3Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM + CD, Album, RE, RM)EMI, Gala Records 50999514119 2 3Russia2007
3 C062 04292Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Columbia 3 C062 04292ItalyUnknown
7243 8 31261 2 5Pink Floyd The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)EMI 7243 8 31261 2 5UKUnknown

Credits

  • Bass Guitar, VocalsRoger Waters
  • Design [Rear Cover], Guitar, VocalsSyd Barrett
  • Design [Reissue]StormStudios
  • DrumsNick Mason
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer]Peter Bown
  • Mastered ByJames Guthrie, Joel Plante
  • Organ, Piano, VocalsRichard Wright
  • Photography By [Background Photos]Peter Curzon
  • Photography By [Group Photographs]Andrew Whittuck, Chris Walters, Colin Prime, Dezo Hoffmann, Redferns
  • Photography By [Original Cover Photograph]Vic Singh
  • ProducerNorman Smith
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsRoger Waters
  • Design [Rear Cover]Syd Barrett
  • DrumsNicky Mason
  • Engineer [Recording]Peter Bown
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsSyd Barrett
  • Organ, PianoRick Wright
  • Photography By [CD Booklet Photographs]Adrian Boot, Chris Walters , Dezo Hoffman
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Vic Singh
  • ProducerNorman Smith
  • Written-ByBarrett (tracks: A1 to A4, B2 to B5)
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsRoger Waters
  • Design [Rear Cover], Lead Guitar, VocalsSyd Barrett
  • DrumsNicky Mason
  • Engineer [Recording]Peter Bown
  • Organ, PianoRick Wright
  • Photography By [Front Cover Photo]Vic Singh
  • ProducerNorman Smith
  • Written-ByMason (tracks: A5, B1), Wright (tracks: A5, B1), Waters (tracks: A5 to B1), Barrett (tracks: A1 to A5, B1 to B5)
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsRoger Waters
  • Design [Rear Cover Design]Syd Barrett
  • DrumsNicky Mason
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer]Peter Bown
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsSyd Barrett
  • Organ, PianoRick Wright
  • Photography By [Front Cover Photo]Vic Singh
  • ProducerNorman Smith
  • Written-ByMason (tracks: 5, 7), Wright (tracks: 5, 7), Waters (tracks: 5 to 7), Barrett (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
  • Bass Guitar, VocalsRoger Waters
  • Design [Rear Cover Design]Syd Barrett
  • DrumsNicky Mason
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer]Peter Bown
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsSyd Barrett
  • Organ, PianoRick Wright
  • Photography By [Front Cover Photo]Vic Singh
  • ProducerNorman Smith

Notes

Original LP released in 1967.

Top of disc says "Made in Holland" though the matrix would suggest the disc was made in Swindon, UK.
Sleeve printed in Uden, Holland.

℗ & © 1967Front Cover: Laminated, flip-back sleeve design.

Back Cover: The top right part of the flip-back is blank. It does NOT read "File under POPULAR : Pop Groups". A cover containing this is a repress. Back cover includes title, credits, and song listing. Catalog number in upper right corner. Un-laminated.

Labels: Black Columbia labels with silver text, and a blue "Columbia Records Magic Notes Trademark" at the top, and a blue "Columbia" in the center. A specific font is used with the first pressing. Please compare with the photos on this release to confirm the correct label. Track 1 on Side 2, (including all writing credits), should read across one line only. If the artist credits extend to a second line, it is the repress.

Underneath the blue "Columbia" it reads "Sold in U.K. subject to resale price conditions. See price lists." On most copies, the Tax Code letters "K" and "T" are stamped on the label (on either on side 1 or 2) on each side of the spindle hole.
Text around the bottom edge of the label starts at 10 o'clock and says:

Inner Sleeve #1: Cream colored inner sleeve. On the front is an EMI logo at the top center, with "Add these outstanding LPs to your collection" at the top, 16 LP covers pictured in the middle including Both Sides of Herman's Hermits, and "Remember-the new Emitex cleans and preserves your records," and "Patents applied for" at the bottom. On the back is an EMI logo at the top center, with " - the greatest recording organization in the world" at the top, 16 LP covers pictured in the middle including the Beatles-Revolver, and "E.M.I. Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd.) Hayes - Middlesex - England, Made and Printed in Great Britain" at the bottom.

Inner Sleeve #2: Reddish brown printing on cream colored paper. On the front side is the EMI logo at the top center, with "Add these outstanding LPs to your collection" at the top, 16 LP covers pictured in the middle including The Beatles-Sgt. Peppers, and "Remember-the new Emitex cleans and preserves your records," and "Patents applied for" at the bottom. On the back side is the EMI logo at the top center, with " - the greatest recording organization in the world" at the top, 16 LP covers pictured in the middle including Pink Floyd-Piper at the Gates of Dawn, and "E.M.I. Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd.) Hayes - Middlesex - England, Made and Printed in Great Britain" at the bottom.

The Gramophone Co., Ltd. All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved. Unauthorised public performance, broadcasting, and copying of this record prohibited.réédition de 1983 de l'album de 1967Edizione non in vendita separatamente dal quotidiano la Repubblica e dal settimanale Tv Sorrisi e Canzoni.
Housed in a gatefold digifile sleeve that houses the CD and a 12 pages booklet with lyrics and credits.

Original UK release date: August 1967.Second US mono issue. The mono mixes of the songs were done at a different time and are different than the stereo mixes. This mono release was simultaneous with the release of the stereo version.

Tower Records altered the songs on the album from the original British release to include their single See Emily Play, and dropped the songs 'Astronomy Domine', 'Flaming' and 'Bike' from the record. Also, names of the songs 'Pow R. Toc H.', and 'Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk' are misspelled.1997 EMI Records ltd.
Made in the UK.
Comes in a gatefold sleeve with colour inner sleeve and a small (A4) sized "Pink Floyd Back Catalogue" colour poster.
Full colour circular sticker on front cover.
Back cover credit states that this is a "Digital Remaster"

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: T1-5093-G2 [IAM]
  • Matrix / Runout: T1-5093-F1 [IAM]
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode: 724385985713
  • Label Code: LC 0542
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): EMD 1110 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): EMD 1110 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): EMD 1110 A-1-1- 1- D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): EMD 1110 B-1-1- 1- D
  • Price Code (Italy): 026
  • Price Code (France): PM 262
  • Barcode: 9 778104 166007 70011
  • Matrix / Runout: 509990289352 AH90885-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L578
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9759
  • Barcode: 5 998490 700348
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): XAX.3419
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): XAX.3420
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): XAX 3419-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): XAX 3420-1
  • Rights Society: BIEM. NCB
  • Barcode: 0 77774 63842 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CDP 746384 2 AR 3:4:2 EMI SWINDON
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CDP 746384 1-2-10-NL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): CDP 746384-2 1-1-8-NL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): CDP 746384 2 AR 3:1:15 EMI SWINDON
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5): CDP 746384 2 AR 3:4:5 EMI SWINDON
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6): CDP 746384-2 1-1-2 .NL
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 0542
  • SPARS Code: AAD

Companies

  • Record Company – Warner Music Italy
  • Recorded At – EMI Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Parlophone Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Parlophone Records Ltd.
  • Mastered At – das boot recording
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AH90885
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Westminster Music Ltd.
  • Printed By – EMI Services Benelux B.V.
  • Glass Mastered At – EMI Swindon
  • Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Record Company – E.M.I. Records
  • Record Company – EMI
  • Printed By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
  • Made By – Ernest J. Day & Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – Magdalene Music
  • Published By – Essex Music
  • Record Company – EMI – 1042921
  • Printed By – EMI Services Benelux B.V.
  • Made By – Pathé Marconi EMI
  • Marketed By – EMI
  • Distributed By – EMI
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Westminster Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Westminster Music Ltd.
  • Pressed By – EMI Records

Video

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Reviews (36)
Silver Globol
Absolutely stellar. This is the one to own. I have grown accustomed to playing this out because it's such a punchy mono remaster. When the 40th anniversary came out, I was excited at the prospect of an even further improved experience and was really disappointed to hear how much less frequency response, dynamic range and overall volume there is there than compared to the '97. And though I haven't heard it I imagine the RSD release comes from the same round of remastering. So for present and future generations it's looking like this one might not be improved upon. I really feel it's as close to Barrett's vision as you can get. RIP.

Urreur
It’s surely mono (sound is only in the middle of my loudspeakers)

Nirn
Where is the proof this is a mono reissue? Can't find it anywhere on the label or cover.

Ventelone
Noticeable keyboard in the intro of Interstellar Overdrive is another.

Falya
One way to tell is by listening to it. The most obvious example would be on "Interstellar Overdrive," where there is no phasing between the right and left channels at the end of the song.

Anardred
Is this actually mono? There is nothing in the details to verify that...

NiceOne
Definitely mono. There was probably a hype sticker to that effect, but no, it does not specify on the release itself.

Beanisend
Same reason as you, just wanted to confirm its the mono mix, since there's been no word on mono reissues from the recent 2017/2018 reissue program.

Whitebeard
Sorry dumb question: are you asking because you own it and it's not mentioned there? I'm curious because I was thinking to get this edition, but only because it's for sure mono....

Vathennece
Further to my comment, my original blue Columbia label first press has the Ernest J Day flip back sleeve. The top right on the reverse of the cover states “SCX 6157 stereo” but at the bottom next to the Columbia EMI labels it states “This mono record has been produced....” etc. The very bottom of the reverse side of the cover (on the flip back) states “6709 TPS Printed and made by Ernest J Day & Co. Ltd., London SX 6157/SCX 6157”. The label on the record states a cat. no. of SX 6157, and the matrix no’s are XAX 3419-2, 3420-1, which is obviously a mono pressing. Is this a hybrid pressing due to a dual format cover but a mono lp?

Bort
I have an original first pressing blue Columbia labelled mono disc but in a flip back Ernest J Day stereo sleeve. Does anyone else have this? Was this a pressing plant error?

Anaragelv
God how I loved this record back in the mid 70's! But I was never a Floyd fan, I turned down the offer to see them at Earls Court in 73 because, as a teenage 'krautrocker' honed on Faust and Can, Floyd seemed pretty tame. Faust were the first band I saw live .... go figure.But in 1978 when I had grown tired of the Clash and Pistols I remembered Syd Barrett was responsible for some great pop records, so I amazed all my friends by buying Piper. Here was some pretty essential proto punk - along with late the period Yardbirds - The Pink Floyd had made some fine pop singles and inadvertently sullied forth into the territory a few years ahead of punk rock proper. So Lucifer Sam rubbed his Science Friction shoulders with XTC's 3D EP on my crappy Garrard SP25. Of course a bit later it came out that a lot of punk era bands held Mr Barretts Pink Floyd in high esteem, as they rightly should. Barrett was a far far better guitarist than he is given credit for, he was doing the slide with the echo years before his replacement copied him. His choppy rhythm playing is breathtaking, his sense of timing immaculate. Hell his bandmates owed him a huge debt, from the Jugband Blues brass band on Atom Heart Mother through to Waters' drawing most of his subject matter from 'what happened to Syd' the debt is openly obvious. But Waters never had Barratts' gift for putting words into simple binary juxtapositions - Moonshine Washing line ... See-through, baby blue ...Doors Bang - chain gang - this is the stuff of genius. What Barrett brought to the group was his ferocious energy, Astronomy Domine, Lucifer Sam, Arnold Layne they all rocket along at the speed of life! Post Barrett they became a lot more laid back and dreamy, the slightly burnt out feeling you got coming down off the acid instead of the kick of it coming on.

Skunk Black
I would have never turned down a chance to see Floyd live, Syd or no Syd, but I do agree with you wholeheartedly. Syd is my favorite guitarist of all time, and I feel so-called ‘krautrock’ bands (German psychedelic rock, in actuality) like Can and Faust pretty much went in the direction Pink Floyd should have gone.I actually went to see an incarnation of Faust live back in summer 2018, headed by the original bassist, and even got a photo with him. I’m not keen on the newer studio output, but live they were fantastic, and played a lot of songs from Faust IV, which I think was a rare occasion actually, judging by their other shows on YouTube.Back to Syd. Here was a guy who influenced not only his peers, but practically every sub-genre of rock that followed. From progressive rock, to space rock, to glam rock, to punk rock, post-punk, new wave, industrial, alternative rock, shoegaze, Britpop, indie rock, outsider music, ‘neo’-psychedelia.So many people bash on Syd, yet fail to realize how many of their own favorite artists have name-checked Syd in interviews, and gushed over his influence on them. Or even covered his songs live.Even artists you wouldn’t expect like The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ John Frusciante. The Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan. Or Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell.Jimmy Page, Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Paul McCartney, The Pretty Things, The Small Faces, Tomorrow, The Deviants, Soft Machine, Twink, David Bowie, Brian Eno, Marc Bolan from T. Rex, The Sex Pistols, The Damned, Genesis P-Orridge from Throbbing Gristle (who practically invented industrial music, and even wrote a foreword in a Syd Barrett biography), R.E.M., Damon Albarn from Blur and Gorillaz, Graham Coxon from Blur, MGMT, Animal Collective. I mean God, the list goes on. All Syd admirers.And that’s the thing. You can’t say any other Pink Floyd album influenced as many genres as this one has. As celebrated and influential as Pink Floyd are from 1973 onwards, I can’t think of any noteworthy artists who wouldn’t exist without those albums. I don’t mean to sound cruel or anything. As amazing as those albums are, and the millions upon millions of lives they’ve changed, I can’t imagine music taking any direction differently than it already has without them.But with Syd, it’s a different story. Entire genres wouldn’t even exist without Syd. And the laidback nature of the later albums does wear thin on me, as the rhythm section by that point fails to do anything engaging or exciting. I like to hear a band that fires on all cylinders. Parts of “Animals” did come close, and “Meddle” is my favorite post-Syd by far. But it’s still not quite the same.

Capella
This isn't rare or difficult to find. Stop posting for crazy prices.

Unnis
The original U.K. mono press in near mint condition is rare as hen’s teeth, as far as I’m aware. Send a link where I can find one.

monotronik
RembrandtPussyhorse Please tell me where I can find all these UK mono first pressings. There's 16 available, right now, and they're popping up literally every single day.

Thorgaginn
What do you mean "not rare or difficult to find"? I've seen the first press mono a single time of collecting for 30 years, and I bought it. Then never again. If you are talking about a genuine first press mono I think anywhere but in your imagination this is fairly rare.

Goldfury
Please tell me where I can find all these UK mono first pressings.

Arilak
Let's just say I know people.... I picked the RSD MONO LP today, and I'm impressed. This is the psychedelic record that blew the minds of countless future hero's. I own five copies of this from various era's. This mono edition sounds like a 60's record. It's loud, moody, and distorted in spots as I can assumed was intended. The vinyl is relatively quiet. The packaging is cool too, flip open box contains poster and retro style lp fold/glued sleeve, record is given a gold label and comes in a rice paper sleeve. It's rumored this is the one and only run of this pressing.

Wafi
Nothing you just said makes any sense and your opening line of "Let's just say I know people" has no relevance to any of your following statements. This isn't the only pressing and nobody cares who you know...not that it got you anything, anyway.

Avarm
just in case anyone doesnt know this- the title Piper at the Gates of Dawn is taken from the chapter of the same name in Kenneth Grahames masterpiece The Wind in the Willows, Graham was a slow writer who confessed to finding the writing process difficult, but suddenly in this book the chapter in question unfolds like an astonishing, sublime prayer of breathtaking beauty, Ratty and Mole are on the river at night and hear an unearthly music, eventually they attune to it and follow the sounds through the wilderness, and come into the presence of the great Horned God, who is protecting a lost character, it is one of the most profound pieces of writing, its about the spirit of nature, the essence of albion, actual beauty, and the god is Pan. its something extraordinarily precious, a masterpiece, everyone should perhaps read it. its better than the lp and torn from Grahame's soul.

virus
http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/pink-floyd-to-issue-mono-piper-at-the-gates-of-dawn-for-record-store-day/Nine more words should be enough but it's not. Why?

Kea
21,000 copies total (15,000 EU/Worldwide and 6,000 US) Putting in some words to meet the word count.

Naa
Wasn't there a mono repress from 1969? It was on the black and white Columbia label.http://pinkfloydarchives.com/DUKLPPF.htm#Pipermono2

Granijurus
https://www.discogs.com/Pink-Floyd-The-Piper-At-The-Gates-Of-Dawn/release/12749331 I think this might be what you're looking for

Bys
Very underrated. Has some very fine songs and lyrics and stylish album design

Sha
Two dutch Fame issues (one mono) are not here.

Tcaruieb
If the back cover top says file is it first pressing ?

Atineda
Labels should have underneath 'Columbia':'SOLD IN U.K. SUBJECT TO RESALE PRICE CONDITIONS, SEE PRICE LISTS'

Roru
What happened to the mono grey label one box release ? Why it has been deleted ???

Gavirus
Aside from the original LP, which is out of my price range, would anyone recommend, on CD or LP, a great sounding mono mix of this beast? I had one once on CD that sounded awesome... made the Floyd sound more like a very good garage band, Syd's guitar up in the mix, bright, not like some remasters that sound good, almost too good or smoothed out, more in line with albums that came after. So many versions... and boots...

Arcanefist
There will be a new LP repress on Record store day.

Bluecliff
Only two years later but I have this one which I think sounds a bit better thanks the US first press. Still a little pricey though. https://www.discogs.com/Pink-Floyd-The-Piper-At-The-Gates-Of-Dawn/release/2155091

Altad
EMI United Kingdom ‎– 7243 8 59857 2 0, EMI United Kingdom ‎– CDEMD 1110

Levaq
I have an early (but not even near the first press) english stereo copy, and it sounds really really great. Like you say with Syds guitar up in the mix and with a garage feeling to it. I am very pleased with this copy.

Quellik
Hello, I have a 1st press for Holland, it is not on here. It has the "file under popular" on the back sleeve and has black/silver columbia labels.

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