London '66–'67

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London '66–'67
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EP by Pink Floyd
Released 19 September 1995
Recorded 11–12 January 1967, Sound Techniques Studios
Genre Psychedelic rock, avant-garde music, space rock, jazz fusion
Length 28:30
Language Instrumental
Label See for Miles
Producer Joe Boyd
Compiler Colin Miles
Pink Floyd chronology
London '66–'67
1967: The First Three Singles
Pink Floyd video chronology
Classic Albums: Pink Floyd – The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon
London '66–'67
The Story of Wish You Were Here
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

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,[2] and the former appeared in edited form on the soundtrack album.[2] Originally released in full on the 1990 See for Miles Records UK reissue of the soundtrack album, they are the earliest Pink Floyd recordings available commercially.[2]

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.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Interstellar Overdrive" (Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, Richard Wright) 16:46
2. "Nick's Boogie" (Mason) 11:55


  • London '66–'67, the original film with the full length video of "Interstellar Overdrive" and "Nick's Boogie".
  • Interview footage from the 1960s of Mick Jagger, David Hockney, Michael Caine and Julie Christie.
  • Footage capturing the London Scene in the late sixties.
  • Overview by director Peter Whitehead.


Pink Floyd


  1. ^ Eder, Bruce (2011). "London '66-'67 [See for Miles] - Pink Floyd | AllMusic". Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c Chapman, Rob (2010). "Distorted View – See Through Baby Blue". Syd Barrett: A Very Irregular Head (Paperback ed.). London: Faber. p. 123. ISBN 978-0-571-23855-2.