Pink Floyd - Live In Rome 1968 [LP]
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Two 1968 live recordings, issued on 12-INCH VINYL! One of the first gigs that Pink Floyd played as a four-piece with David Gilmour took place at a pop festival in Rome on May 6th, 1968. The band's second LP 'A Saucerful Of Secrets' had not yet been issued. Two songs they played that night (and that are presented here) were 'Astronomy Domine' and the yet to be released 'Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun', on this occasion introduced by the concert announcer as 'Song Of The Sun'.