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Pink Floyd – A Tree Full Of Secrets

Volume 1 (CD1 – CD2)

Pink Floyd Rarities 1965 – 1968

CD1

1 – Lucy Leave (uncredited) 02:51
2 – I’m a King Bee (written by Moore recorded by Slim Harpo) 03:03
Recorded : London, late 1965
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “A Fish out of Water” RoIO CD & “Outtakes from Outer Space” RoIO CD
These two (unreleased) songs appear on a two-sided 7″ acetate discovered early 1988.
Whilst some experts consider this as a fake, Miles reproduces in his book a setlist
including “Lucy Leave” for the gig the band played on October 14, 1966.

3 – Let’s Roll Another One (Barrett) 03:09
Recorded : London, Mike Leonard’s house, January 1967
Primary source : cassette recording
Source for the tree : unkown gen copy
Instrumental rehearsal for the song that later became “Candy and a Currant Bun”.
This rehearsal took place at Mike Leonard’s house and was recorded by Irene Winsby.

4 – Arnold Layne (Barrett) – acetate 02:34
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “Anthology II” RoIO CD
Fades in 2 seconds after the actual start, strange edit skipping organ solo.

5 – Arnold Layne (Barrett) – mono 02:53
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
Primary source : “Arnold Layne” single (1st single), released March 11, 1967
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

6 – Arnold Layne (Barrett) – fake stereo 02:51
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
Primary source : “The Best of the Pink Floyd” compilation, released 1970
& “Masters of Rock” compilation, released 1973
Source for the tree : “Works” CD

7 – Candy and a Currant Bun (Barrett) – acetate 01:59
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “Anthology II” RoIO CD
Alternate lyrics (“please just walk with me” while on the regular single version it’s “please
just f*** with me”), different verse structure, no organ and guitar solos.
Some people refer to this version as being “Let’s Roll Another One” from October 1966 sessions at
Thompson Recording Studios, but since the instrumental tracks are the same as the regular single
version, this probably comes from the same January 1967 sessions at Sound Techniques Studios.

8 – Candy and a Currant Bun (Barrett) – mono 02:43
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, January 23-25, 1967
Primary source : “Arnold Layne” single (1st single), released March 11, 1967
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD
On the “Masters of Rock” compilation released 1973, there was a mistake in the title:
“Candy and a Current Bun”.

9 – Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason) – demo 06:57
Recorded : ?
Primary source : ?
Source for the tree : unknown gen copy
This obscure demo is probably a fake. However, it has acquired a certain fame in the
trading circle of Pink Floyd fans. We included it here, in order to let you make your own
opinion. Some say it was recorded on a cheap cassette recorder, by two guys playing
guitar simultaneously, sometime during the 80s. Note that the first riff after the intro is
identical to the bass riff that can be heard on the “Piper at the Gates of Dawn” version,
and that earlier versions of the song (on “San Francisco” soundtrack or “Tonite Let’s All
Make Love in London” soundtrack) don’t contain this particular riff. This leads to the
conclusion that this “demo” was probably recorded after the release of “The Piper At The
Gates Of Dawn” album.

10 – Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason) – CBC version 10:43
Recorded : London, early January 1967
Primary source : CBC Canadian Radio broadcast, early 1967
Source for the tree : “Stone Rust” RoIO CD & “Dark Globe” RoIO CD
& “The Sights And Sounds Of Syd Barrett’s Pink Floyd” RoIO CD
This obscure studio version of “Interstellar Overdrive” was used during an interview
broadcast in early 1967 by CBC Canadian Radio.

11 – Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason) – Abbey Road outtake 00:40
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, March 14-15, 1967
Primary source : Capital Radio broadcast (“Pink Floyd Story”), December 1976 – January 1977
Source for the tree : unknown gen from Capital Radio broadcast
Outtake from “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” sessions.

12 – Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett, Waters, Wright, Mason) – mono single version 05:13
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, March 14-15, 1967
Primary source : “Arnold Layne” French EP, released 1967
Source for the tree : “Anthology II” RoIO CD
This version is unique, because it only contains the basic track, without overdubs. It
fades out before the actual end of the song.

13 – Scarecrow (Barrett) – Abbey Road outtake 01:05
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, March 19-20, 1967
Primary source : Capital Radio broadcast (“Pink Floyd Story”), December 1976 – January 1977
Source for the tree : unknown gen from Capital Radio broadcast
Outtake from “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” sessions. All the instruments are heavily
undermixed. This is nearly an unplugged version ?.

14 – Scarecrow (Barrett) – mono 02:07
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, March 19-20, 1967
Primary source : “See Emily Play” single (2nd single), released June 16, 1967
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

15 – Astronomy DominĂ© (Barrett) – Abbey Road outtake 03:26
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, April 11-12, 1967
Primary source : Capital Radio broadcast (“Pink Floyd Story”), December 1976 – January 1977
Source for the tree : unknown gen from Capital Radio broadcast
Outtake from “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” sessions. It includes an interview with
Floyd’s manager Peter Jenner.

16 – See Emily Play (Barrett) – actetate 02:49
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, May 18 & 21, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “Dawn Of The Piper” RoIO CD
This version is very close to the regular one, there are only slight changes in the mix
(vocals are undermixed, organ is more in the front…) and the very end is uncut.

17 – See Emily Play (Barrett) – mono 02:52
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, May 18 & 21, 1967
Primary source : “See Emily Play” single (2nd single), released June 16, 1967
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

18 – See Emily Play (Barrett) – fake stereo 02:49
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, May 18 & 21, 1967
Primary source : “The Best of the Pink Floyd” compilation, released 1970
& “Masters of Rock” compilation, released 1973
Source for the tree : “A CD Full of Secrets” CD

19 – Flaming (Barrett) – mono 02:43
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, June 7 & 27, 1967
Primary source : “Flaming” US single (3rd US single), released November 2, 1967.
Source for the tree : “A CD Full of Secrets” CD
“Flaming” was not on the first US release of “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” album, and
was then released as a single. This version is different from the regular (stereo) mix:
background noises are mixed much louder.
In fact, this version is identical to the version on the mono edition of “The Piper at the Gates of
Dawn” album. Curiously, on the 30th Anniversary Mono Edition CD released in 1997, one chord of
the final chords sequence was edited out.

20 – Untitled (uncredited) 01:31
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, 1967
Primary source : ?
Source for the tree : “Dawn Of The Piper” RoIO CD
This untitled outtake was probably recorded around the same time “Jugband Blues” and
“Vegetable Man” were recorded.
On a lot of circulating copies, the title of this outtake is “Sunshine”, but it’s wrong (“Sunshine” was
a working title for something that was later included in “Matilda Mother”, and no outtake ever
surfaced for this track). On some other copies, the title of this outtake is “Experiment”.

21 – Silas Lang (Barrett) 02:39
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, 1967 or 1968
Primary source : ?
Source for the tree : “Vegetable Man, Where Are You” RoIO LP
There’s a strong debate about the exact origin of this obscure outtake. Some think it was
recorded by the Floyd during the “Piper at the Gates of Dawn” sessions, in June 1967.
Other think it comes from a solo Barrett session in May 1968. This outtake contains the
early chords of Syd Barrett’s song “Swan Lee (Silas Lang)”. Note that the piano and jazz
tunes may be due to a technical error while dubbing the original multitrack master tape
onto cassette.

22 – Scream Thy Last Scream (Barrett) – mono 04:27
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, August 7-8, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : unknown gen copy
This was intended to be the A-side of Pink Floyd’s fourth single (after “Apples and
Oranges” single). But due to Syd’s departure from the band, it remained unreleased.
CD2

1 – Scream Thy Last Scream (Barrett) – stereo 04:30
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, August 7-8, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “Dawn Of The Piper” RoIO CD
On this version, the instruments and vocals are mainly mono. However, some stereo
effects can be heard, especially on the background noises (high pitched voices).

2 – Vegetable Man (Barrett) – mono 02:23
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, September 5-6, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “Magnesium Proverbs” RoIO CD
This was intended to be the B-side of “Scream Thy Last Scream” single.

3 – Vegetable Man (Barrett) – alternate mono 02:28
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, September 5-6, 1967
Primary source : ?
Source for the tree : unknown gen copy
Alternate mono version, with more laughter at the end, without echo and delay.

4 – Vegetable Man (Barrett) – stereo 02:23
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, September 5-6, 1967
Primary source : EMIdisc acetate
Source for the tree : “Dawn Of The Piper” RoIO CD
Stereo version, with background vocals and delays effects mixed louder.

5 – Remember A Day (Wright) – mono short version 02:39
Recorded : London, Sound Techniques Studios, October 5-6, 1967
Primary source : “Remember A Day” US promo single, released August 19, 1968
Source for the tree : 1st gen copy from “Remember A Day” promo single
This version fades out before the last verse.

6 – Apples and Oranges (Barrett) – mono 03:03
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30 – November 1, 1967
Primary source : “Apples and Oranges” UK single (3rd UK single), released November 18, 1967
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

7 – Apples and Oranges (Barrett) – stereo 03:00
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30 – November 1, 1967
Primary source : “The Best of the Pink Floyd” compilation, released 1970
& “Masters of Rock” compilation, released 1973
Source for the tree : “A CD Full of Secrets” CD
Curiously, on “A CD Full of Secrets”, the right and left channels were inverted, comparing to the
original stereo version on “The Best of the Pink Floyd” and “Masters of Rock”.

8 – Paint Box (Wright) – mono 03:44
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30 – November 1, 1967
Primary source : “Apples and Oranges” UK single (3rd UK single), released November 18, 1967
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

9 – Paint Box (Wright) – stereo 03:30
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, October 30 – November 1, 1967
Primary source : “The Best of the Pink Floyd” compilation, released 1970
& “Masters of Rock” compilation, released 1973
Source for the tree : “Relics” CD
Faster ending fade out.

10 – Let There Be More Light (Waters) – mono edit 02:59
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, January 17-18, 1968
Primary source : “Remember A Day” US promo single, released August 19, 1968
Source for the tree : 1st gen copy from “Remember A Day” promo single
There’s an edit during the intro, the 2nd verse (“Now is the time to be aware…”) is
missing, the beginning of the instrumental part after the last verse was cut, and there’s
an early fade out.

11 – Corporal Clegg (Waters) – video version 02:50
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, January 31, 1968
Primary source : Belgian promo video
Source for the tree : unknown gen copy from Belgian promo video
This mono version has an alternate ending: the last chorus (just after “His boots were
very clean”) and the following instrumental part are alternate takes from the regular
version.

12 – It Would Be So Nice (Wright) – mono 03:43
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 5-12-21, 1968
Primary source : “It Would Be So Nice” single (4th single), released April 12, 1968
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD
Due to the “Evening Standard” mention in the original lyrics, the Floyd was forced to
return in the studio to change it into “Daily Standard”. The original “Evening Standard”
version doesn’t seem to have surfaced.

13 – It Would Be So Nice (Wright) – promo edit 03:12
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 5-12-21, 1968
Primary source : “It Would Be So Nice” UK promo single, released April 12, 1968
Source for the tree : ?
The central “It would be so nice” chorus is only sung once, and the first lines of the
second verse (“Everybody cares about the weather … what a waste of time”) are edited.

14 – It Would Be So Nice (Wright) – fake stereo 03:39
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 5-12-21, 1968
Primary source : “The Best of the Pink Floyd” compilation, released 1970
& “Masters of Rock” compilation, released 1973
Source for the tree : “A CD Full of Secrets” CD
Curiously, on “A CD Full of Secrets”, the right and left channels were inverted, comparing to the
original fake stereo version on “The Best of the Pink Floyd” and “Masters of Rock”.

15 – Julia Dream (Waters) – demo 03:14
Recorded : ?
Primary source : ?
Source for the tree : unknown gen copy
This obscure demo is probably a fake. However, it has acquired a certain fame in the
trading circle of Pink Floyd fans. We included it here, in order to let you make your own
opinion. It has surfaced on the same tape that contains the (fake) demo of “Interstellar
Overdrive” (one can hear the beginning of “Interstellar Overdrive” right after the end of
“Julia Dream”). So, this was probably recorded by the same guys.

16 – Julia Dream (Waters) – mono 02:31
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 23, 1968
Primary source : “It Would Be So Nice” single (4th single), released April 12, 1968
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

17 – Julia Dream (Waters) – stereo 02:35
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, February 12-13 & March 23, 1968
Primary source : “Relics” compilation, released May 14, 1971
Source for the tree : “Relics” CD

18 – Point Me at the Sky (Waters, Gilmour) – mono 03:35
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
Primary source : “Point Me at the Sky” UK single (5th UK single), released December 17, 1968
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

19 – Point Me at the Sky (Waters, Gilmour) – fake stereo 03:32
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
Primary source : “A CD Full of Secrets” promo sampler CD, released 1992
Source for the tree : “A CD Full of Secrets” CD

20 – Careful with that Axe, Eugene (Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason) – mono 05:43
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
Primary source : “Point Me at the Sky” UK single (5th UK single), released December 17, 1968
Source for the tree : “The Pink Floyd Early Singles” CD

21 – Careful with that Axe, Eugene (Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason) – stereo 05:42
Recorded : London, Abbey Road Studios, November 3-4, 1968
Primary source : “Relics” compilation, released May 14, 1971
Source for the tree : “Relics” CD

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