PINK FLOYD DISCOGRAPHY/ARCHIVE LIST
PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN (1967)
Astronomy Domine Interstellar Overdrive
Lucifer Sam The Gnome
Matilda Mother Chapter 24
Flaming The Scarecrow
Pow R Toc H Bike
Take Up Thy
Stethescope And Walk
THE BEST OF PINK FLOYD (?) -- [aka MASTERS OF ROCK (1973)]
Chapter 24 Apples And Oranges
Matilda Mother It Would Be So Nice
Arnold Layne Paintbox
Candy And A Current Bun Julia Dream
The Scarecrow See Emily Play
A SAUCERFUL OF SECTETS (1968)
Let There Be More Light A Saucerful of Secrets
Remember A Day See-Saw
Set The Controls For Jugband Blues
The Heart of The Sun
SOUNDTRACK FROM THE FILM MORE (1969)
Cirrus Minor Main Theme
The Nile Song Ibiza Bar
Crying Song More Blues
Up The Khyber Quicksilver
Green Is The Colour A Spanish Piece
Cymbaline Dramatic Theme
Astronomy Domine (live) Set The Controls For
Careful With That Axe, The Heart of The Sun (live)
Eugene (live) A Saucerful of Secrets (live)
Sysyphus (Parts 1-4) The Narrow Way (Parts 1-3)
Grantchester Meadows The Grand Vizer's Garden Party
Several Species of Small (Parts 1-3)
Furry Animals Gathered
Together In A Cave And
Grooving With A Pict
ATOM HEART MOTHER (1970)
(The) Atom Heart Mother If
(Suite) Summer of '68
Fat Old Sun
Alan's Psychadelic Breakfast
Arnold Layne Julia Dream
Interstellar Overdrive Careful With That Axe, Eugene*
See Emily Play Cirrus Minor
Remember A Day The Nile Song
Paintbox Biding My Time
* The US version of RELICS has the 5:40 version from the B-side of
the "Point Me At The Sky" single. All other pressings have a
6:45 version (though they're labeled as 7:45...)
One of These Days Echoes
A Pillow of Winds
OBSCURED BY CLOUDS (MUSIC FROM THE FILM "THE VALLEY")* (1972)
Obscured By Clouds Childhood's End
When You're In Free Four
Burning Bridges Stay
The Gold It's In The Absolutely Curtains
Wots...Uh The Deal
* Copies pressed outside the US identify the film as "La Vallee."
THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON (1973)
Speak To Me Money
Breathe Us And Them
On The Run Any Colour You Like
Time (including Brain Damage
Breathe Reprise) Eclipse
The Great Gig In The Sky
A NICE PAIR (1973)
(A repackaging of THE PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN and A SAUCERFUL OF
SECRETS as a double album. The US pressing replaces PIPER's studio
version of "Astronomy Domine" with the live version from UMMAGUMMA.)
WISH YOU WERE HERE (1975)
Shine On You Crazy Have A Cigar
Diamond (Parts 1-5) Wish You Were Here
Welcome To The Machine Shine On You Crazy
Diamond (Parts 6-9)
Pigs On The Wing (Part 1) Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Pigs On The Wing (Part 2)
THE WALL (1979)
In The Flesh? Goodbye Blue Sky
The Thin Ice Empty Spaces
Another Brick In The Young Lust
Wall, Part 1 One of My Turns
The Happiest Days Of Don't Leave Me Now
Our Lives Another Brick In The
Another Brick In The Wall, Part 3
Wall, Part 2 Goodbye, Cruel World
Hey You The Show Must Go On
Is There Anybody Out There? In The Flesh
Nobody Home Run Like Hell
Vera Waiting For The Worms
Bring The Boys Back Home Stop
Comfortably Numb The Trial
Outside The Wall
A COLLECTION OF GREAT DANCE SONGS (1981)
One of These Days Shine On You Crazy Diamond$
Money* Wish You Were Here
Sheep Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2
* Rerecorded for this album in 1981.
$ A 10:40 version that joins the vocals in Parts 1-5 with the vocals
of Parts 6-9)
THE FINAL CUT (1983)
The Post War Dream Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert
Your Possible Pasts The Fletcher Memorial Home
One of The Few Southampton Dock
The Hero's Return The Final Cut
The Gunner's Dream Not Now John
Paranoid Eyes Two Suns In The Sunset
One of These Days Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun
Arnold Layne See Emily Play
Fearless Several Species of Small Furry Animals
Brain Damage Gathered Together In A Cave And
Eclipse Grooving With A Pict
A MOMENTARY LAPSE OF REASON (1987)
Signs of Life Yet Another Movie/Round And Round
Learning To Fly A New Machine Part 1
The Dogs of War Terminal Frost
One Slip A New Machine Part 2
On The Turning Away Sorrow
Syd Barrett solo material
THE MADCAP LAUGHS (1970)
No Good Trying Golden Hair
Love You Long Gone
No Man's Land She Took A Long Cold Look
Dark Globe Feel
Here I Go If It's In You
Baby Lemonade Gigilo Aunt
Love Song Waving My Arms In The Air/I Never Lied
Dominoes To You
It Is Obvious Wined And Dined
Maise Effervescing Elephant
SYD BARRETT (?)
(repackaging of THE MADCAP LAUGHS and BARRETT as a double album)
THE PEEL SESSIONS (EP - 1987)
Terrapin Baby Lemonade
Gigilo Aunt Effervescing Elephant
Two of A Kind
Recorded 24 Feb, 1970 for the John Peel Show on BBC Radio 1.
First broadcast on 14 March, 1970.
David Gilmour solo material
DAVID GILMOUR (1978)
Mihalis Short And Sweet
There's No Way Out Of Here Raise My Rent
Cry From The Street No Way
So Far Away It's Deafinitely
I Can't Breathe Anymore
ABOUT FACE (1984)
Until We Sleep All Lovers Are Deranged
Murder You Know I'm Right
Love On The Air Cruise
Blue Light Let's Get Metaphysical
Out Of The Blue Near The End
Nick Mason solo material
FICTITIOUS SPORTS (1981)
(with "The Fictitious Sports," which is actually Carla Bley and her
band with Robert Wyatt--all songs written by Carla Bley)
Can't Get My Motor To Start Boo Too You Too
I Was Wrong Do Ya?
Hot River I'm A Mineralist
(with Rick Fenn of 10cc, under the name Mason+Fenn)
Lie For A Lie And The Address
Rhoda Mumbo Jumbo
Profiles (Parts 1 & 2) Zip Code
At The End Of The Day
Profiles (Part 3)
Roger Waters solo material
MUSIC FROM THE BODY (1970) (with Ron Geesin)
Our Song Body Transport
Sea Shell And Stone Hand Dance--Full Evening Dress
Red Stuff Writhe Breathe*
A Gentle Breeze Blew Through Old Folks Ascension
Lick Your Partners Piddle In Perspex
Bridge Passage For Three Embryonic Womb-Walk
Plastic Teeth Mrs. Throat Goes Walking
Chain of Life Sea Shell And Soft Stone
The Womb Bit Give Birth To A Smile
March Past of The Embryos
More Than Seven Dwarfs In
Dance of The Red Corpuscles
Soundtrack from an experimental/documentary film.
* No, not that "Breathe."
THE PROS AND CONS OF HITCHHIKING (1984)
4:30 AM (Apparently They Were Traveling Abroad)
4:33 AM (Running Shoes)
4:37 AM (Arabs With Knives And West German Skies)
4:39 AM (For The First Time Today, Part 2)
4:41 AM (Sexual Revolution)
4:47 AM (The Remains of Our Love)
4:50 AM (Go Fishing)
4:56 AM (For The First Time Today, Part 1)
4:58 AM (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)
5:01 AM (The Pros And Cons of Hitch Hiking Part 10)
5:06 AM (Every Stranger's Eyes)
5:11 AM (The Moment of Clarity)
RADIO KAOS (1987)
Radio Waves Sunset Strip
Who Needs Information Home
Me Or Him Four Minutes
The Powers That Be The Tide Is Turning
Richard Wright solo material
WET DREAM (1979)
Mediterranean C Holiday
Against The Odds Mad Yannis Dance
Cat Cruise Drop In From The Top
Summer Elegy Pink's Song
Waves Funky Deux
(under the name "Zee," with Dave Harris of Fashion)
Confusion Cuts Like A Diamond
Voices By Touching
Private Person How Do You Do It
Strange Rhythm Seems Like We Were Dreaming
This list contains tracks that are not available on the "regular" Pink
Floyd albums, including singles, works for film soundtracks, unreleased
studio recordings, and live recordings of tracks unavailable elsewhere.
Tracks are included on the list even if they are on one or more of the
Floyd's compilation albums, or on movie soundtrack albums that only
partially feature Pink Floyd, as long as the track doesn't appear on
other Floyd albums.
Release dates (if known) are listed with each track. Recording dates
(if known) are listed in parentheses. M indicates that the track is on
MASTERS OF ROCK, R indicates RELICS, and W indicates WORKS.
Arnold Layne - (27 Feb, 1967) Single, 11 March, 1967. MRW
Candy And A Current Bun - (27 Feb, 1967) B-side of "Arnold Layne." M
See Emily Play - (23 Feb, 1967) Single, 16 June, 1967. MRW
Scream Thy Last Scream - (1967) Unreleased studio track.
Vegetable Man - (1967) Unreleased studio track.
One In A Million - (1967) Unreleased track, one live version extant.
Reaction In G - (1967) Unreleased track, only live versions extant.
Silas Lang - (1967) Unreleased studio track.
Apples And Oranges - Single, 18 Nov, 1967. M
Paintbox - (2 Nov, 1967) B-side of "Apples And Oranges." MR
It Would Be So Nice - Single, 12 April, 1968. M
Julia Dream - (13 Feb, 1968) B-side of "It Would Be So Nice." MR
The Committee - (May 1968) Approximately 15 minute segment from the
soundtrack of the film THE COMMITTEE, which was premiered for the
press, but never released. No soundtrack album was ever released.
Keep Smiling People - (live, 1 Sept, 1968) No studio recording extant.
Point Me At The Sky - Single, 17 Dec, 1968. Available on a Harvest
sampler album from the early '70s.
Careful With That Axe, Eugene - (14 Nov, 1968) A 5:40 version was on the
B-side of the "Point Me At The Sky" single and appeared on the US
pressings of RELICS. A 6:45 version appears on all other pressings
of RELICS (though they're mislabeled as being 7:45).
Interstellar Overdrive - A new version, slightly over three minutes long,
was recorded for the film TONITE LET'S ALL MAKE LOVE IN LONDON.
Soundtrack album released 1968.
Baby Blue Shuffle In D Major - (live, 14 Jan, 1968) No studio recording
Biding My Time - (9 July, 1969) Available only on RELICS.
Oenone (pronounced ee-NOHN-ee) - (late 1969) Unused track from the
ZABRISKIE POINT sessions.
Fingal's Cave - (late 1969) Unused track from the ZABRISKIE POINT
Rain In The Country - (late 1969) Unused track from the ZABRISKIE POINT
Heart Beat, Pig Meat - (late 1969) ZABRISKIE POINT film soundtrack album,
The Crumbling Land - (late 1969) ZABRISKIE POINT film soundtrack album,
Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up - (late 1969) ZABRISKIE POINT film
soundtrack album, Jan 1970. This track is a completely new
recording of "Careful With That Axe Eugene."
The Embryo - An unfinished studio demo tape that was inadvertently
included on the Harvest sampler album PICNIC, June, 1970. It was
also later released on WORKS (1983). Many live recordings of this
piece, available on bootlegs, run about 10 minutes long, and
represent a much more "finished" version than the released studio
Pink Blues - A blues improvisation piece that the Floyd often played
live in 1971-72.
The Violent Sequence - (live, 11 Feb, 1970) An instrumental piece
about 20 minutes long that included elements of "Heart Beat, Pig
Meat" and what was later to become "Us & Them," along with other
things. A segment of this piece was later played live under the
name "The Libest Spacement Monitor" or "Corrosion."
Pompeii (Main Title) - (1972) A primitive version of "Speak To Me" from
the film PINK FLOYD LIVE AT POMPEII. No soundtrack album was
On The Run - (1972) From the film PINK FLOYD LIVE AT POMPEII. Two
brief film segments, from the studio, one of an early version of
the synthesizer sequence for the piece, and one that is very
similar to the final one. No soundtrack album was ever released.
Brain Damage - (1972) From the film PINK FLOYD LIVE AT POMPEII. A
film segment, from the studio, showing David Gilmour laying down a
guitar line that was not used in the final mix. No soundtrack
album was ever released.
Mademoiselle Knobs - (live, 1972) From the film PINK FLOYD LIVE AT
POMPEII. An instrumental version of "Seamus," featuring Seamus
three unidentified tracks - In 1974, the Floyd went into the studio to
record a follow-up album to THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON and hit on the
idea of using only found objects and home-made musical instruments.
Three tracks were completed before the project was abandoned. None
of these tracks have ever been released or have turned up on
Money - (1981) Rerecorded for the compilation album A COLLECTION OF
GREAT DANCE SONGS.
What Shall We Do Now? - (1979) Originally, side two of THE WALL album was
Goodbye Blue Sky
What Shall We Do Now?
One Of My Turns
Don't Leave Me Now
Another Brick In The Wall, Part 3
Goodbye Cruel World
The lyrics on the inner sleeve retain this order. "Empty Spaces"
was originally intended to be a reprise of the longer "What Shall
We Do Now?," but when the album was mastered, side two turned out
to be too long, so "What Shall We Do Now?" was removed and "Empty
Spaces" was moved up. "What Shall We Do Now?" was reinstated in
the film version of THE WALL, replacing "Empty Spaces."
When The Tigers Broke Free - single, 1982 -- From THE WALL film soundtrack.
THE WALL film soundtrack - (1982) The film soundtrack features the two
previously unreleased tracks, mentioned above, as well as remixed
and even completely rerecorded versions of tracks from THE WALL album:
In The Flesh? (Vocals rerecorded by Bob Geldoff, who played "Pink"
in the film.)
When The Tigers Broke Free (New track, released as a single.)
Mother (Completely rerecorded.)
What Shall We Do Now? (Originally recorded for THE WALL album,
Bring The Boys Back Home (Remixed, B-side of "When The Tigers Broke
Outside The Wall (Completely rerecorded.)
All the other tracks used in the film were remixed in some way,
most of the changes being in the sound effects and voices in the
background. "Hey You" and "The Show Must Go On" were not used at
all in the film.
Syd Barrett non-LP material
What A Shame, Mary Jane - (1967) An unreleased Beatles track featuring
Syd. Recorded at Abbey Road when both the Beatles and Pink
Floyd were recording albums there (SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS
CLUB BAND and THE PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN, respectively).
Swan Lee - (1968) Unreleased studio track.
Opel - (1968) Unreleased studio track.
Word Song - (1969) Unreleased studio track.
Birdy Hop - (1969) Unreleased studio track.
Milky Way - (1970) Unreleased studio track.
Two of A Kind - (live, 24 Feb, 1970) Recorded for The John Peel Show on
BBC Radio 1. First broadcast 14 March, 1970. Available on THE
PEEL SESSIONS ep. No studio recording extant.
Instrumental 2 - Unreleased studio track.
Singing A Song In The Morning - Unreleased studio track with Kevin Ayers.
Roger Waters non-LP material
WHEN THE WIND BLOWS: Original Film Soundtrack (1987)
("Roger Waters And The Bleeding Hearts Band" on side two)
The Russian Missle
Towers of Faith
The American Bomber
The Anderson Shelter
The British Submarine
Richard Wright non-LP material
Eyes of A Gypsy - B-side of "Confusion" single by Zee (RW with Dave
Harris of Fashion)