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  1. Apr 15,  · In , Pink Floyd was touring with a show that was alternatively titled “The Man and The Journey” and “The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes.” The show was a concept that involved two parts. The first was about a man going through the usual bits of daily life, and the second was some kind of journey, possibly more cerebral than physical.
  2. Jun 29,  · In Pink Floyd were touring a show they called The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes. They would do 2 suites of songs, "The Man" and "The Journey", which varied somewhat from night to night. Later that year some of these songs turned up on More and Ummagumma, but here they are still carrying working titles which are different. Puzzlingly, for /5(2).
  3. The Man and The Journey tour was an informal (mostly English) concert tour of a few dates by Pink Floyd during which the conceptual music piece The Man and The Journey was played. It started on 27 March and ended on 26 June
  4. Afternoon Pink Floyd. Produced by Pink Floyd. Album Dramatis/ation. Afternoon Lyrics. The fifth song off The Man and The Journey would not see the light of day until the compilation album.
  5. Apr 06,  · Pink Floyd – The Massed Gadgets of Auximenes (soniclovenoize studio album reconstruction) Side A – The Man: 1. Daybreak, Pt I 2. Work 3. Afternoon 4. Doing It! 5. Sleep 6. Nightmare 7. Daybreak, Pt II Side B – The Journey: 8. The Beginning 9. Beset By Creatures of the Deep The Narrow Way The Pink Jungle The Labyrinths of.
  6. Dec 18,  · ‘The Man’ and ‘The Journey’ are two longform experimental song cycles that were performed by Pink Floyd during several of their concerts. The suites consisted largely of numbers that would appear on the More soundtrack and Ummagumma (and confusingly some already released songs with different titles) knit together with onstage activities like cannons being fired, pink smoke .
  7. Pink Floyd - The Man and The Journey Taken from a cdr. TZ Identifier PFTheManandTheJourney_ Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. Views. .
  8. out of 5 stars One of the most amazing Pink Floyd shows ever recorded. Reviewed in the United States on November 1, This album finds the Pink Floyd at what some consider their post-Barrett psychedelic high-water mark in ; most of the movements in these pieces were cut, reassembled, and rerecorded for their movie sountrack albums 3/5(3).
  9. Dec 14,  · In early there started to be a major shift in the Pink Floyd’s live performances, gone were the psychedelic free from dance raves, now the band was starting to be embraced by a more intellectual crowd, one that would want to quietly listen to the music and the band’s ability to not only recreate the music on their records, but expand upon it, yes it was the early days of what would.

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