Animal Instincts

(Live Animals) 

  HRV CDR 014  Harvested

Audience Recording



One of the most unique 1977 concerts from the Floyd. 

A rare encore of Eugene, and a very appreciative crowd. 

Shoulda been an official release.


This recording purports to come from the master tapes for this show.

It is indeed very clean and very low generation.

Definitely the best quality recording of the Oakland show RoIO's.

This recording had been on DAT for a while, given the digi-noise at the very beginning of Sheep.

That could be one of the reasons it's still being so low generation.

The audience is well behaved giving a very open and airy quality to the mix.

The bonus track is an outtake of Pigs on the Wing with a solo from Snowy White.

An absolute must because of its clarity, its completeness, and its mastering."

Disc 1:Time:
1. Sheep11:12
2. Pigs on the Wing Part 112:13
3. Dogs18:25
4. Pigs on the Wing Part 2  2:22
5. Pigs (Three Different Ones)17:34
6. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)13:36
7. Welcome to the Machine  8:01
Total Time:73:26
Disc 2: 
1. Have a Cigar  6:48
2. Wish You Were Here  6:05
3. Shine on You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-XI)21:25
4. Money 10:20
5. Us and Them   7:45
6. Careful With that Axe, Eugene13:28
7. Pigs On The Wing (8-track version)  3:23
Total Time:69:14



09 May 1977

Live at Alameda Coliseum, Oakland, California, USA






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