See below for details of Syd’s records, both with Pink Floyd and Solo
Released on November 14th 1970, BARRETT was Syd’s final solo album.
In 1988, EMI Records released an album of Syd’s studio out-takes and previously unreleased material recorded from 1968 to 1970 under the title ‘Opel’.
Malcolm Jones (Track 1)
Peter Jenner/Malcolm Jones (Tracks 2, 8)
David Gilmour (Tracks 3, 5-7, 9, 10, 13, 15-17, 20)
Syd Barrett & David Gilmour (Track 4)
Peter Jenner (Tracks 11, 14, 18, 19)
David Gilmour & Roger Waters (Track 12)
‘The Best Of Syd Barrett: Wouldn’t You Miss Me?’ was released by EMI in the UK on April 16th 2001, and in the US on September 11th 2001.
Disc 1: The Madcap Laughs
Disc 2: Barrett
Disc 3: Opel
EMI issued ‘Crazy Diamond’ in 1993, a box set of all three albums, each loaded with further out-takes from his solo sessions.
Plus Disc 3:
Norman Smith, except ‘Arnold Layne’ and ‘Candy And A Currant Bun’ produced by Joe Boyd.
3-CD Version includes Mono (Disc 1) and Stereo (Disc 2) versions of:
50-minute documentary originally produced in 2001 for BBC TV’s ‘Arena’ about the early days of Pink Floyd.
Features 2001 interviews with Bob Klose, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright, and Nick Mason.
Extras include Robyn Hitchcock performing ‘Dominoes’ and ‘It Is Obvious’, and Graham Coxon performing ‘Love You’.
Directed by John Edginton.
Syd Barrett David Gilmour & Roger Waters (Tracks 9, 12, 13)
Syd Barrett & David Gilmour (Track 11)
David Gilmour (Tracks 14-17)
Released on October 4, 2010, this is the first compilation of Pink Floyd tracks together with Syd Barrett solo material. It includes all the song lyrics for the first time on any Syd Barrett album, plus a brand-new package by Storm Thorgerson’s StormStudios, including new photography, graphics and illustrations.
Joe Boyd (Track 1)
Norman Smith (Tracks 2-6)
Malcolm Jones (Tracks 7, 8, 10)