Pink Floyd is set to release a box set “The Early Years 1965-1972” and it has a ton of cool features. According to Pitchfork, the box set is set to release to release a 27-disc box set on November 11th of this year. Pink Floyd has included over 25 hours of newly released material.
The material included in the set range from outtakes, to concerts and feature films. Specifically, 20 unreleased songs, 7 hours of unreleased live performances, 5 hours of concert footage, collectors memorabilia, BBC radio sessions, and more. According to the shop site, some of the unreleased tracks included are “Vegetable Man” and “In The Beachwoods” from 1967. Buyers will also receive 2 “Quad” mixes, and Pink Floyd’s early vinyls.
The box set will be delivered in a book style set separated into 7 volumes containing sets of years. You can purchase separator volumes starting 2017, but the whole set is available now starting for $550. Check out details below.
List of The Early Years 1965-1972 Box Set Features:
Via Pink Floyd Shop:
• 11+ hours of Audio (130+ tracks) & 14+ hours of Audio/Visual material including
• 20+ previously unreleased songs, 7+ hours of previously unreleased live audio performances, 5+ hours of rare concert footage, along with 5 7” singles in replica sleeves, collectable memorabilia, feature films & new sound mixes
• BBC Radio Sessions, remixes, outtakes, & alternative versions over 11 hours of audio (made up of 130+ tracks) as well as live TV performance in over 14 hours audio visual
• Previously unreleased tracks include 1967’s Vegetable Man and In The Beechwoods, which have been mixed for the first time specially for this release
• 02 historic Quad mixes (1 previously unreleased) • Plus Pink Floyd’s early vinyl singles – the first 5 UK releases, (1967-68) remastered from original tapes, original sleeves / heavyweight vinyl / paper labels replicated.