Pink Floyd has been in the news recently for their latest album drop on Black Friday which had turned out to be the very first recording of some of their greatest hits that are dated back to almost 50 years ago.
Last Friday, was Black Friday. As we know as it is one of the best days to get the biggest sales for most people around the world but for Pink Floyd fans it was the day to get the their 1965 – first recordings EP album.
The unannounced album has included these songs such as “Remember Me”, “Lucy Leave”, “Double O Bo”, and “Butterfly” along with this track “Walk with me Sydney”. The final song on the 1967 – EP first recording album is “I’m King Bee” which is a cover of Slim Harpo’s original track.
Although many did not know about this album and only a select few got the chance to be able to purchase it many have been starting to sell their copy’s on Ebay for as much as $375.
If you never got the chance to see the album cover we have a picture of it right below:
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