|London '66 - '67|
|Released||19 September 1995|
|Recorded||11-12 January 1967|
|Studio||Sound Techniques Studios|
|Genre||Psychedelic rock, space rock, jazz fusion|
|Label||See for Miles|
|Pink Floyd chronology|
London '66-'67 is an EP and film of Pink Floyd music, containing two "lost" tracks--an extended version of "Interstellar Overdrive" and a previously unreleased track "Nick's Boogie". These tracks were originally recorded for Peter Lorrimer Whitehead's film Tonite Lets All Make Love in London in 1967, and the former appeared in edited form on the soundtrack album. Originally released in full on the 1990 See for Miles Records UK reissue of the soundtrack album, they were the earliest Pink Floyd recordings available commercially before the limited release of 1965: Their First Recordings in 2015.
The EP was originally issued in 1995, then reissued by Snapper Music (SMACD924X, 2005) on 13 September 2005, as a remastered CD and a DVD featuring the entire film plus excerpts from the original movie. The EP is considered an early example of the jazz fusion genre, incorporating jazz-influenced improvisation to their psychedelic compositions.
|1.||"Interstellar Overdrive" (Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, Richard Wright)||16:46|
|2.||"Nick's Boogie" (Mason)||11:55|