Antonioni's Zabriskie Point - MQR DVD 001

 

Available for free and for a few fans from 1st Sep. 2015.

This is the Zabriskie Point movie that never was, one scored entirely by Pink Floyd, now restored for fans by MQR. 

This is the closest thing possible to the MOVIE that would have been released by MGM in 1970 if Pink Floyd had been sole musicians on the soundtrack of the film.

 

Special thanks goes out to

Thomas, Gerhard, Boris, Henry, Martin, Angelo, Alexandre, Marco, Franco, Bert, John.

 

This DVD is made to highlight Pink Floyd music written specifically for this movie.

14 different PF's pieces are properly used.

The Final Sequence is of course restored as Antonioni meant to be, better than the VHS old release.

 

You can check the Final Sequence with the last 4 chapters here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb1h4RsmIM0

the "restored" Trailer here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPmPvsPrvL0

and the "restored" Teaser here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWeUbTvNNZo

 

Our MQR effort features a complex menu with 5 different clips and related music, both edited by MQR, 30 chapters (instead the original 22) with titles and music details when present, two kind of audio. In Special Features you have 5 Bonus Scenes with alternate music plus Trailer and Teaser completely remade from scratch by MQR.

The movie is English spoken but has 7 languages subtitles.

There's a big ghost surprise....


This DVD is part of the Zabriskie Point Box Set, under the banner of                        MQR's Zabriskie Point of View.

All tracks Restored and Remastered by Magna Qualitas Records.

.... See Booklet and Additional / Techinical Notes file

 

The Artwork

It was conceived for a normal transparent plastic DVD case in mind.
The style used to make this artwork is supposed to be the same of end 60's early 70's.
Theoretically WRomanus should have done the cover of the DVD exactly the way the official was released in 2009 by Warner Bros Entertainment, but we had to differentiate this from the official release and from all the unofficial releases put out over the years, so he made a completely new DVD cover.
He used the same two strong prominent images from official releases, the same used for our ZP works, the American flag Zabriskie Point Logo and a famous pic of Daria and Mark, both personalized for our work.
Again, all the pictures of Zabriskie Point itself used in the artwork 
are made by WRomanus on a tour of the filming locations in Summer 2014.
See case Gatefold Front/Back, Label Disc, Front/Back and pages 2, 11, 21, 25, 29, 31 of the booklet.
For the rest he used all pics coming from the internet or captured from the movie.
A lot of those pics were personalized as well, changing colours, brightness, cuts, etc.
The pictures of Antonioni and the four Pink Floyd are of those times.

 

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MQR is a fan-label made for fans and for fun.
This work was made without any commercial intent and MUST NOT BE SOLD.
It should only be used and traded by fans for free.
Only the actual owners of the rights would be allowed to commercialize it.

 

 

MQR - Magna Qualitas Records (creamcheese, WRomanus, }{eywood)

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Pink Floyd - 370 Roman Yards - Remaster 2014 - MQR 001Rem

 

Available for free for a few fans from the 1st December 2014, TOTALLY RENEWED 3,5 years after the first basic version.

This is the soundtrack album for Zabriskie Point that never was, one performed entirely by Pink Floyd, now restored for fans by MQR. 

This is the closest thing possible to the LP album that would have been released by MGM in 1970 if Pink Floyd had been sole musicians on the soundtrack of the film.


This album is the natural product of years and years of passionate research applied to the Zabriskie Point topic by WRomanus. 
Over the years many theories have been presented, and we all know a good researcher has to prove his theories whenever possible. 
In recent years his dedication has yielded the deserved prizes.

"I had the luck to know about some details of the recording days but the decisive moment
for the whole research was my contact with Don Hall, the Music Advisor of the movie. 
I'm honoured to say that this contact became a real friendship. 
With my great satisfaction almost all my theories, even the most incredible, were confirmed."

This Album is the core part of both The Complete Collection 2CD set and the Zabriskie Point Box Set, both under the banner of MQR's Zabriskie Point of View.
It has its own unique artwork and other materials in order to mark the compilation and it's placement in Pink Floyd's body of work, and for those fans willing to have it as a standalone in the PF discography.... Until our beloved and favourite band will please us with a real comprehensive official release of The Lost Album and a whole ZP Complete Collection.

3:12 - 1. Heart Beat, Pig Meat
4:40 - 2. Country Song
1:54 - 3. Fingal's Cave
5:56 - 4. Crumbling Land
5:44 - 5. Alan's Blues
6:51 - 6. Oenone
6:53 - 7. Rain in the Country
5:02 - 8. Come in Number 51, Your Time Is Up

All tracks mixed by Pink Floyd except 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 also mixed by MQR.
 
All tracks Restored and Remastered by Magna Qualitas Records.

Note it makes in Total 40:12, a typical LP.
The Original Soundtrack by MGM is 36:29. Adding 2:52 Rolling Stones = 39:21 minutes (no considering Roy Orbison at all)


.... See Booklet and Additional / Techinical Notes file


The Artwork

It was conceived for a normal plastic jewel case with both transparent or not transparent tray in mind. You have the Tray as an option in the artwork.
The style used to make this artwork is supposed to be the same of end 60's early 70's.
Theoretically WRomanus should have done the cover of this Lost Album exactly the way the official was done in 1970 by MGM with the Pink Floyd song titles only, but we had to differentiate this from the official release and from all the unofficial releases put out over the years, so he made a completely new CD cover.
He used two strong prominent images from official releases, the American flag Zabriskie Point Logo and a famous pic of Daria and Mark, both personalized for our work.
For this Remaster all the pictures of Zabriskie Point itself used in the artwork 
are made by WRomanus on a tour of the filming locations in Summer 2014.
See Gatefold Front, Back and pages 8, 9, 12, 13, 16, 18 of the booklet.
For the rest he used all pics coming from the internet or captured from the movie.
A lot of those pics were personalized as well, changing colours, brightness, cuts, etc.
The pictures of Antonioni and the four Pink Floyd are of those times.
The Label Disc and the Tray are made from a pic taken from the Love Scene of the movie. 
The back has the pic of Rick in the sky.... And Antonioni's brain IS the sky....


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MQR is a fan-label made for fans and for fun.
This work was made without any commercial intent and MUST NOT BE SOLD.
It should only be used and traded by fans for free.
Only the actual owners of the rights would be allowed to commercialize it.

 

 

MQR - Magna Qualitas Records (creamcheese, WRomanus, }{eywood)

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PF - Rolf's Pepperland Bomb - MQR 012
PF - Rolf's Pepperland Bomb - MQR 012

Available for hard core fans on December 17, 2013

 

Pink Floyd - Rolf's Pepperland Bomb - MQR 012 -

CD version + High Res. version


Pepperland Auditorium,

San Rafael, CA, USA
October 16th 1970

(NOT 17th....)

 

MQR made this in memory of Rolf Ossenberg, who passed away on 17 December, 2012.
This show was the last Rolf worked on in the few days before he left us.
Thanks to him and his passionate research over the course of 35 years, research that took him all over the world
at great expense to himself in search of master tapes and other Pink Floyd material, this show wasn't lost to time.
All those who knew this gentle and nice guy can recognize in this artwork the same style he used in his loony New Year cards.


Source: Audience
Sound Quality: EX+
Tapers: Jay D. and Ron C. ...They sat 10-12 rows back, left of center.
Recording equipment: Sony TC-126 with Powered Single Point Stereo Microphone, using either Sony Red or Green cassette tapes

Lineage:
Oct. 1970. Recording equipment > Sony TC-252 7" Reel to Reel Recorder >1/4“ Scotch 140 RtR Tape (Jay D. copy).
Jun. 2011. 1st gen 1/4“ Scotch 140 RtR Tape > Baking process > Revox A77 RtR Deck > Tascam US-200 > Adobe Audition 24/96.
2013. 50 Hz dehumming in iZotope RX 2 Advanced > EQ > NR1 in RX > 1st Manual cleaning and restoring iZ RX2 A> NR2 in RX >
2nd Manual cleaning iZ RX2 A > EQ and MB compression > Balancing > Adobe Audition 1.5 for some manual dynamic adjustments>.....
a) 24/96 version - TLH for SBE fix and FLAC Level 8.
b) 16/44.1 version - Conversion and manual dynamic adjustments done with Adobe Audition 1.5 > TLH for SBE fix and FLAC level 8.

Remaster and Artwork made throughout the whole 2013 by MQR - creamcheese, WRomanus and }{eywood

DVD Audio 2:12:05 - (Disc One 69:05)

03:14 - 01. Astronomy Domine (1st  Attempt - Tune Up)
03:58 - 02. Astronomy Domine (2nd Attempt - Tune Up)
09:03 - 03. Astronomy Domine (3rd Attempt - Tune Up)
06:07 - 04. Astronomy Domine (4th Attempt)
00:27 - 05. Tune Up
12:09 - 06. Fat Old Sun
00:46 - 07. Tune Up
11:09 - 08. Cymbaline
01:53 - 09. Tune Up
20:19 - 10. Atom Heart Mother
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01:13 - 11. Tune Up
11:01 - 12. The Embryo
01:26 - 13. Announcement - Tune Up
03:24 - 14. Green Is the Colour
10:52 - 15. Careful with that Axe, Eugene
01:14 - 16. Tune Up
12:06 - 17. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
01:27 - 18. Tune Up
20:37 - 19. A Saucerful of Secrets



MQR - Magna Qualitas Records (creamcheese, WRomanus and }{eywood )

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Pink Floyd - ROMAYYAD Rev.A - MQR 002A
Pink Floyd - ROMAYYAD Rev.A - MQR 002A

Rev.A Available for old good fans on November 7, 2012 (First version on June 7, 2011).


Pink Floyd - ROMAYYAD Rev.A - MQR 002A -

The Remaking of the Omayyad TMoQ LP Edition


Studio Sessions recorded in Roma and London - from Nov 1969 to Jan 1970
Live at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, USA, 1970-05-01

This is not (again) a revision only.
We could have done a Rev.A already when we made Since We Were Teenagers with the whole Santa Monica show fully restored.
We didn't because at time we thought to make the Rev. A for A Total Zabriskie Point of View Complete Collection.
This is the fourth WRomanus-}{eywood and Magna Qualitas Records making of Omayyad.
The first was in September 2008 and it was a big step ahead.
This Romayyad Rev.A has all the 6 songs remastered compared with the original Romayyad.
Both the live songs come from SWWT and were checked and _recleaned_  a little more again.
The four Zabriskie Point outtakes are the same of the last ATZPoV Rev.A except for
Crumbling Land which is kind of Rev.B since some hints from }{eywood were approved.

You can find two artwork versions.
We want you to feel free to have it with our restored lineage version or with the original set list.
Just take in consideration that the original set list was forced by length of the songs and the capability of the LP to support them.
The original set list is the only one possible on LP with those 6 songs.
Today on CD the order of the songs would probably be “restored” like this.
We followed the scenes of the movie and placed the songs from Santa Monica afterward with The Embryo before Interstellar Overdrive as it was performed in the show.
If you want the original LP lineage just rename the songs with the order you like.
Surely you will not traumatized anymore by the sudden start of Fingal's Cave after soon Oenone which was truncated in its long fading out end.

Set List (in brackets the position on the original first issue LP, side a, side b)
01:54  01 (02a). Fingal's Cave (new remaster)
05:56  02 (01b). Crumbling Land (new restored extended version)
06:51  03 (01a). Oenone (new remaster)
06:53  04 (02b). Rain in the Country (new remaster)
12:44  05 (03b). The Embryo (remaster)
14:14  06 (03a). Interstellar Overdrive (remaster)

 

MQR makes for fans again the Remaking of the content of the original LP version of Omayyad only, primarily for those older collectors who have had it for many years.
It's a sort of emotional commemoration of a famous and time honored bootleg LP.
The first edition was released on colored vinyl in the beginning of 1972 by Trade Mark of Quality in USA, the inventors of bootlegs.
(Trivia note: in the same year the Best of Tour '72 LP was released in Europe.)
Omayyad was the 40th in the TMoQ catalogue and the first American bootleg about Pink Floyd.
It had large success and was reissued and re-bootlegged many many times due to the excellent (for the time) sound quality and the presence of unissued songs. It was probably conceived of as a smaller parallel version of Ummagumma, half studio and half live but the limitations of the length of LP sides couldn't support that.
Pink Floyd were at the International Recording Studios in Roma from 15 November and in London again from 12 December to end of January 1970 where they recorded and produced a large variety of music for the unpleasable supervisor, director Michelangelo Antonioni and his new movie Zabriskie Point.
He knew of Pink Floyd in 1966 during the making of Blow Up movie.
He really wanted Careful With That Axe, Eugene for the main scene of his new movie.
Only 3 songs were ultimately used for the film and we were introduced to them with the release of the soundtrack in 1970 by MGM. 3 more songs, plus the longer Crumbling Land, were aired early in 1970 from KPPC-FM radio Pasadena, California, by Don Hall, radio DJ and Musical Advisor of ZP movie.
Don announced the songs with the titles written on the tape boxes.
All four surfaced in 1972 with Omayyad. Thanks to Don Hall, now we know that the source used to make it was a multigenerational tape of the FM broadcast.
25 years later the extended soundtrack by Rhino Records gave us four more outtakes.
The rest of the known outtakes came out a while later with the first half of the
double CD bootleg named A Journey Through Time & Space.
None of the 4 Omayyad out takes surfaced later in the Rhino release or in the AJTT&S boot.
The live performances of The Embryo and Interstellar Overdrive come from the show at the Civic Center Auditorium in Santa Monica, California the 1st of May 1970, just 4 months after the end of ZP Sessions and the day after the famous KQED sessions.
For years a lot of people thought these tracks were from Chicago 1971-10-27 but in reality the last Interstellar Overdrive was performed in February 1971.
Another error perpetuated by the Leopard boots.
At the time of the Omayyad release these songs were unissued as well.
No one had on vinyl a live version of the 2 pieces. Two unique masterpieces to be enjoyed throughout the 70's and onward through the future.

- Titles and Songs -
ROMAYYAD as Remaking of Omayyad, recalling the main Sessions held in Roma.
The correct name was OMAYYAD and NOT Omay Yad. Like the first dynasty of Arab caliphs whose capital was Damascus, like the big Mosque in the same city.
We hope we made this clear ones for all.
This error originally probably occurred on the hand written paper insert.
It had the two Y's a little bit separated.  
The largely circulated version on LP and CD by the Leopard label was clearly named Omay Yad and the error was in that way officialized.
The four ZP outtakes are properly named.
The names possibly came from the announces of the songs Don Hall read on the tape boxes when he aired them.

 

- Sources -
The audio of the ZP outtakes comes from a copy of the Omayyad master.
This was provided to WRomanus by Grolsch and MQR did the remastering work.
To restore Crumbling Land the official one was used since the musical part and the real end are the same. The two live songs were remastered as well.
They come from a 1st generation reel better than other sources heard before about this show.

MQR thanks :
- Grolsch for the new Tape source of the ZP outtakes
- Don Hall for the big help
- Glenn for interesting hints
- Floyder with his big Omayyad LPs collection
- Dub & Ken for the Omayyad LP release and for inventing bootlegs and TMoQ.

Completely Remastered by Magna Qualitas Records
MQR for this project was WRomanus, creamcheese, }{eywood                   

Project and Artwork by WRomanus - Roma, 07 Novembre 2011

 

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Pink Floyd & Ted Alvy - Cosmos Topper - MQR 010
Pink Floyd & Ted Alvy - Cosmos Topper - MQR 010

CD version (16/44) available for old fans on October 16, 2012.

HighRes (DVD-A and Flac 24/96) Oct. 22,

Raw version 24/96 Speed Corrected (not restored) Oct. 26

 

  Cosmos Topper is the tribute MQR makes to Ted Alvy and Pink Floyd music.

The Show
- Disc One and Two - Civic Auditorium - Santa Monica, CA, USA
The Interview - Disc Three - KPPC FM, Pasadena, CA, USA
Both October 16th 1971

Show Source: Audience
Taper: Al
Recording equipment and Mastertape: Unknown
Transfer: 1st gen TDK SA-90 > Sony TC-WE475 > SB X-FI Platinum > Sony Sound Forge 8.0 @ 24/96 > TLH

Restored and Enhanced by MQR to Sound Quality EX-

 

Los Angeles native Ted Alvy first heard rock and roll aged 9 on KFWB, where B. Mitchel Reed (BMR) became his favorite deejay.
Teenage Ted met BMR at the June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and became his producer at KFWB featuring album cuts and forever joining the conspiracy to improve music on the airwaves.
He hosted Sunday Night Folk Festival on Stereo KVFM-FM, but was fired for playing folk-rock and sets of anti-war songs.
He accompanied BMR to help pioneer Underground Radio at KPPC-FM Pasadena as Producer and substitute deejay.
Ted compiled the Record Library that was used to convert KMET-FM to Underground Rock in June 1968 where he secretly programmed the 24/7 automation system.
He was an underground record store buyer at Les Carter's Music Revolution while attending UCLA Film School, then returning to KPPC-FM to join creative PD Les Carter.
Ted Alvy became deejay Cosmos Topper and created cosmic KPPC station IDs and alternative commercial spots until the entire airstaff was fired October 24th 1971,
few days after the Interview and the PF show. He was an admirator of early Pink Floyd, Interstellar Overdrive over all.
He continued at KMET-FM with his mentor B. Mitchel Reed until June 1976.
He interviewed countless rock legends in the years.

Ted Alvy died in March 2012.

Soon after the sad news  MQR was asked if we were interested to remaster and yet uncirculated 1st gen of the 1971 Pink Floyd's show in Santa Monica.
Of course we were...
WRomanus had a big help for his researches in the years from Ted and he was going to restore his interview to Rick and Nick to tribute him
so it came natural to think to a little box with the Interview and the Show held the same day.

The Show
It was delivered by the generous donator to creamcheese in 4 24/96 files, one cassette side in each file, via bittorrent, with the following message attached:
In 1971, this recording was made by a fellow named Al, who was 15 or 16 at the time.
Al attended this show with his older brother.
When this recording first surfaced in 1985, Al was very generous in sharing it and seemed humbled that anyone would want to hear his recording.
He was not a trader or a collector of live shows so it was only luck that brought this recording into the light of day.
He described himself as "a big fan" of early Pink Floyd and an admirer of Rogers solo work.
Al said he had all the early Floyd albums and loved the Ummagumma LP but he had lost interest in their work after DSOTM.
Surely, Al would be happy to know that you enjoy this remaster of his recording.

 

The Interview - Ted Alvy aka Cosmos Topper with Rick Wright and Nick Mason.
It was already shared by WRomanus as he got directly from Ted on CD.
For this commemorative release the Interview was totally reviewed.
Creamcheese denoised and declipped it and restored the dynamics (when possible)
WRomanus cleaned and divided in nine parts to make it more accessible.

So here is a good upgrade since it has an excellent better sound quality and it's complete with the "nice to listen" commercials.

You can hear Nick and Rick talking about their concerts, about Interstellar Overdrive (not good enough for Ummagumma), about the making of Ummagumma and Meddle, about future works and the next British Tour which means that short british Tour of early 1972 which ended at the Rainbow in Feb. 72 was already planned before this American tour.
According to NM it was going to "be the best one for a long time".

And indeed they had all new equipment for it. Lights, Mixing-Desk, the VCS3 was first used onstage. We can only guess if at that point of 1971 they already had drafts and plans for the next tour's material to be played.
What we know is that "Breathe" was sort of premiered one month later during a jam session they played during the last public performance of "The Embryo".

The interview is completed by a Transcript by radiowaves and a kind of our interview with Ted (see also Ted Alvy aka Cosmos Topper Brief self-Biography)
He made it really interesting with his answers about his interview to Nick and Rick, about those times, KPPC and his life, Don Hall and more.

MQR Thanks:
Ted Alvy aka Cosmos Topper
Al and the donator
radiowaves

Artwork by WRomanus

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Pink Floyd - Zabriskie Point on Stage - MQR 006
Pink Floyd - Zabriskie Point on Stage - MQR 006

It was available on October 4, 2011.

We are remaking the work with new sources.

 

Creating the definitive Collection of Pink Floyd's Zabriskie Point Material always meant to MQR to add the 3 known live performances from Jan/Feb 1970.

As most of us know, the quality of most of these recordings is extremely brutal.

Although we think that these recordings from

Fairfield Hall, Croydon 1970-01-18

Theatre de Champs-Elysees a Paris, 1970-01-23 and

Town Hall, Birmingham, 1970-02-11

never sounded better, they are still an addition for the sake of completeness.

 


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Pink Floyd - A Total Zabriskie Point of View - The Complete Collection - MQR 005
Pink Floyd - A Total Zabriskie Point of View - The Complete Collection - MQR 005

It was available for fans on September 27, 2011. The Rev.A was available for fans on September 30, 2012.

 

This work was bottlegged and somebody is making money on that.

Not available anymore since we remade it totally and we even changed artwork and title because that.

Our close friends will get a copy when ready in 2015-2016

 

MQR's Zabriskie Point of View - MQR 016

 

Studio Sessions recorded in Roma and London - from Nov 1969 to Jan 1970

 

This is The Complete Collection of all the known material recorded by Pink Floyd during the Sessions for the Zabriskie Point Soundtrack now obsoleted by the Coming new work.
 

This is a fan-made effort for fans and for free.
If you like this work we at MQR urge you to buy the original official release where some of these songs comes from, in case you don‘t have it already.

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Pink Floyd - Since We Were Teenagers - MQR 004
Pink Floyd - Since We Were Teenagers - MQR 004

Available for old good fans on July 29, 2011.

 

Pink Floyd - SINCE WE WERE TEENAGERS - MQR 004

 

Live at Civic Auditorium - Santa Monica, CA, USA - May 1st 1970 - Audience Recording

 

Source: Audience
Sound Quality: EX

Taper: Dub Taylor
Recording equipment: Nagra R2R > 5" Reel Master
Playback: Tandberg R2R > Revox B-77 > M.M.'s 1st Generation Reels
Transfer: Reel[1] > Sony DAT > DAT(0) > Audigy 4 Pro > Nero Wav Editor > CDWav >CDR(0) > CDR(1) > EAC > FLAC

Restored and Enhanced by MQR - creamcheese, }{eywood and WRomanus

Total time = 121:53m

  Set One    51:18
1. Grantchester Meadows
2. Astronomy Domine
3. Tune Ups
4. Cymbaline
5. The Amazing Pudding
 
  Set Two    79:08
1. Tune Ups
2. The Embryo
3. Green Is the Colour
4. Careful with that Axe, Eugene
5. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
6. Interstellar Overdrive
7. A Saucerful of Secrets

 

This fully restored and remastered recording from Santa Monica is the MQR's fourth work.  Due to our continuing work on everything related to Zabriskie Point, which led to the new revision of the Omayyad album, we've decided to complete the restoration of this excellent recording. This recording had many dropouts, damages and cuts in the tape.  All this has been restored here using pieces of other shows or relocating pieces from this show.

Drop-outs and other anomalies were cleaned up or otherwise repaired.  The volume of the whole thing was adjusted in various places to make the dynamics more pleasant, and because the tape sounds like the taper was adjusting the gain on the fly as the show went on in order to compensate for very quiet passages.  A lot of the between song banter and tuneups and the tape effects during Cymbaline were very quiet, so they were brought up a bit.  The distorted sections of the show were carefully restored to avoid a lot of the oversaturation they originally contained.  Several spots where the high end dulled down a bit, likely from deterioration of the master, were EQd separately and patched in in order to compensate for the tonal changes.  Noise Reduction was carefully applied in three stages, and the whole thing now appears for the first time in stereo due to the usage of a very sophisticated and well sounding (although freely available) stereo processing plugin.  The tape flips were all patched by relocating audience from different parts of the show so the whole thing is now a continuous piece for each set. 

This work is certainly not perfect.  Many wrinkles and crumples were present in the master tape, and although we did our best, there's not a lot that can be done to fix them.  It is, however, probably the best it has ever sounded since we were teenagers, maybe even as it ever will...

 

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Pink Floyd - ROMAYYAD - MQR 002
Pink Floyd - ROMAYYAD - MQR 002

It was available for fans on June 7, 2011.

 

Now obsoleted by Rev. A


Studio Sessions recorded in Roma and London - from Nov 1969 to Jan 1970 and
Live at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA, USA, 1970-05-01

 

This is the Remaking of the first Omayyad TMoQ Edition.

We remastered and restored all the songs from new sources.
MQR releases the Remaking of the content of the original LP version of Omayyad only, primarily for those older collectors who have had it for many years.
It's a sort of emotional commemoration of a famous and time honored bootleg LP.

 

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Pink Floyd - 370 Roman Yards (The Lost Album) - MQR 001
Pink Floyd - 370 Roman Yards (The Lost Album) - MQR 001

 

MQR started the activity with this work. It was available for fans only and absolutely for free on May 31, 2011.

 

Obsoleted by the Remaster 2014

 

Studio Sessions recorded in Roma and London - from Nov 1969 to Jan 1970

 

This is the soundtrack album for Zabriskie Point that never was, one performed entirely by Pink Floyd.

This Album is part of the Complete Zabriskie Point Collection.

 

This is a fan-made effort for fans and for free.
If you like this work we at MQR urge you to buy the original official release where some of these songs comes from, in case you don‘t have it already.

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