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Maybe you had to be there...
on 31 December 2005
Pink Floyd - London 1966-1967 is exactly as purported, remembered and envisaged. Anyone familiar with the group's work in the late 60's can tell you it was more about experimentation and instrumentation (in deference to Arnold Layne & Emily). Knowing this may help the listener to expect L-O-N-G and at times atonal musical ambling.
This is not a disc of the mid-late '70s Pink Floyd of Roger Waters lyricism. If one expects that they will be disappointed, but if this is of your era (or interest), you'll be transported back to time of mysticism and great promise during the Summer of Love. Needless to say, I loved it!