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Baby Lemonade - Syd Barrett - The Peel Sessions (Cassette)



  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of The Peel Sessions on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. "Baby Lemonade" is the opening track to Syd Barrett's second studio album, Barrett. "Baby Lemonade", and another song, "Gigolo Aunt", were recorded by Barrett playing and singing over a prerecorded backing track. The solo was performed by Barrett, not David Gilmour as is often noted. The intro was actually Barrett simply warming-up on guitar, that Gilmour had managed to record and Label: Harvest/EMI, Capitol (US).
  3. The Peel Session, an EP by Syd Barrett. Released in on Dutch East India (catalog no. DEI; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Folk. Featured peformers: Syd Barrett (acoustic guitar, vocals, writer), David Gilmour (bass guitar, electric guitar, organ, backing vocals), Jerry Shirley (percussion), John Walters (producer), Tony Wilson (engineer).
  4. Strange Fruit SFPS SYD BARRETT – THE PEEL SESSION (initial batch with metallic finish sleeve, 12′; also on CD: SFPSCD , 2/) Strange Fruit SFPSCD SYD BARRETT – THE PEEL SESSION (CD, reissue with revised artwork, ) SYD BARRETT SOLO original LPs: Harvest SHVL THE MADCAP LAUGHS (laminated or matt gatefold sleeve 1/).
  5. The Peel Sessions, an EP by Syd Barrett. Released in on Strange Fruit (catalog no. SFPSCD; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Folk.
  6. The opening to Syd Barrett’s final solo output, Baby lemonade begins with a guitar warm up that Syd used to play, attached to the beginning of the track by David Gilmour, and serves as a unique.
  7. The Peel Session EP is the limited edition release of Syd's live-on-the-air BBC performance in February of He is backed by David Gilmour on bass and Humble Pie's Jerry Shirley, who provides percussion in the form of bongos. Since the tracks aren't listed here, I will go ahead and list them right now. 1. Terrapin 2. Gigolo Aunt 3. Baby /5(10).
  8. May 11,  · With Syd Barrett's five-song session for John Peel having long since proven one of the most popular and successful of all the exhumations from that particular vault, it was inevitable that the remainder of the man's BBC archive -- a session for Bob Harris' show -- would be unleashed sooner or later, with only its absence from the official archive standing in the way.
  9. Radio One's John Peel was the first DJ to offer support to Syd Barrett after he departed from Pink Floyd. Barrett, in turn, offered Peel his first solo radio session, recorded at the Beeb studios.

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