Syd Barrett’s back catalogue released on Spotify

Syd Barrett's back catalogue has been made available on Spotify. The music streaming service is now hosting the two studio albums The Madcap Laughs (1970) and Barrett (1970), the rarities album Opel (1988), a 1970 John Peel Session and the 2010 An Introduction To Syd Barrett, which compiles Barrett material, solo and with Pink Floyd. The release follows the launch of Pink Floyd’s entire catalogue on Spotify in June 2013.

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Syd Barrett‘s back catalogue has been made available on Spotify.

The music streaming service is now hosting the two studio albums The Madcap Laughs (1970) and Barrett (1970), the rarities album Opel (1988), a 1970 John Peel Session and the 2010 An Introduction To Syd Barrett, which compiles Barrett material, solo and with Pink Floyd.

The release follows the launch of Pink Floyd’s entire catalogue on Spotify in June 2013.

Last week news broke that a rare Syd Barrett live recording live recording from January 27, 1972, at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge is soon to be released.

You can read Uncut‘s extensive tribute to Syd Barrett, published shortly after his death in 2006, here.


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