Pink Floyd quietly released a new EP on Monday



pinkfloydrecordingsPink Floyd may be finished as a band, but they’re apparently not finished releasing material, as they showed on Monday.

A limited edition package called Pink Floyd 1965 – Their First Recordings became available on Monday, although only 1,000 copies were made available.

“To mark 50 years since the tracks were recorded, Pink Floyd have released a limited edition set of two 7″ singles, containing the band’s first recordings,” says a release on the band’s web site. “Entitled Pink Floyd 1965 – Their First Recordings, the songs include Syd Barrett compositions Lucy Leave, Double O Bo, Remember Me, and Butterfly, coupled with Roger Waters’ Walk With Me Sydney, and I’m A King Bee by Slim Harpo. The band lineup was the original quartet of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright, augmented by Rado Klose on guitar, and, on Walk With Me Sydney, Juliette Gale on backing vocals.”

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There appears to be a chance that the EP could be released on a wider scale, as per Rolling Stone, the band “hope(s) to make them available in some physical form towards the end of next year.”

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