This Friday, November 11th, a massive box set chronicling the earliest years of Pink Floyd’s career will be released. Titled The Early Years 1965-1972, the new collection will look at all of Floyd’s work before their seminal The Dark Side Of The Moon album. With unreleased music, videos and more, the box set looks to be the most definitive collection of early Floyd yet.With such an exciting release on the way, drummer Nick Mason will be involved with an unveiling for the new box set. The live event will feature a screening of unreleased material and a chat with Mason, all building up to the album’s release. The event is set for November 9th at 6:30 PM in UK time, which is 2:30 PM Eastern.You can find the stream of this event in the YouTube below. Enjoy!The full contents of the Early Years box set can be seen below.27 DISC COLLECTION ON CD/DVD/BLU-RAY INCLUDES:+ Many hours of rare and unreleased music & video+ 14 Hours of video includes restored footage+ original 4.0 Quad mixes / BBC sessions/live recordings+ rare tracks including more than 20 previously unreleased+ historic TV performances, live concerts and 3 feature films+ Remixed 5.1 audio for ‘Live At Pompeii’ footage+ collectable memorabilia+100+ photos, most previously unseen+ early singles + B sides on CD & vinyl* 7 book-style packages, each with multiple discs. 6 are dedicated to a specific period and include related memorabilia and many unseen photos.* Box bonus package includes collector’s audio and video. Box includes bonus larger replica memorabilia (posters, flyers, etc.) plus 5 x reissued replica 7″ singles, mastered from the original analogue tapes.ALSO AVAILABLE ON 11TH NOVEMBER 2016:+ 2-CD/Download/Streaming set – ‘The Early Years – CRE/ATION 1967-1972’* The 6 year-specific packages will be made available in early 2017. The bonus package and larger memorabilia is exclusive to this box set.
Bayelsa State government and the contractor that handled the stadium project have been receiving accolades for a job well done.CAF Medical Committee Member, Dr Peter Singabele, said he is happy the state government went for the latest technology and FIFA approved brand of synthetic pitch which is not hazardous.“What we have right now in Yenagoa is different from the rubber synthetic pitches in different stadia across the country. Gov. Dickson and the contractor have done a good job,” Singabele said.Former Super Eagles forward, Victor Agali, had after feeling the turf last week, described it as “world-class.”Tarila Okoronwanta, another ex-international also stated that the Samson Siasia Stadium turf would change the face of football not just in Bayelsa but the entire country.“We now have a stadium in Yenagoa that can attract international matches,” Okorowanta observed while praising the state government and the contractor that handled the project.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Groundsmen at the soon to be inaugurated Samson Siasia Stadium in Yenagoa have began a special training on how to ensure the geo-technology turf is well maintained.According to the CEO of stadium facility construction outfit Monimichelle that installed the turf, Ebi Egbe, the groundsmen are being schooled on how to change the patterns of the turf to make it TV and spectator friendly during matches.“The groundsmen are being trained on how to change the patterns of the pitch during different matches. We want to make the turf a beauty to behold during matches. What we have installed at the arena is 95 percent natural lead free synthetic grass pitch with shock absorption system. Our plan is to see the pitch well maintained by groundsmen who have the skill,” Egbe stressed further.
Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 17, 2011 at 12:00 pm UPDATED: Nov, 17. 10:13 p.m. Syracuse police are investigating an allegation that an assistant coach on the men’s basketball team molested a team ball boy for more than a dozen years. Bernie Fine, an assistant who works with the SU frontcourt players, is alleged to have molested Bobby Davis, now 39 years old, beginning in 1984 when Davis was in seventh grade. In light of the new allegations and the investigation, Syracuse University Athletic Director Daryl Gross, with a request by Chancellor Nancy Cantor, placed Fine on administrative leave, according to an email statement from the university by Kevin Quinn, senior vice president for public affairs. In a statement issued Thursday night in an email, Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim gave Fine his full support and said the allegations were unfounded.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text ‘This matter was fully investigated by the University in 2005 and it was determined that the allegations were unfounded. I have known Bernie Fine for more than 40 years. I have never seen or witnessed anything to suggest that he would been involved in any of the activities alleged. Had I seen or suspected anything, I would have taken action. Bernie has my full support,’ he said. When reached by phone, Boeheim declined to comment beyond the statement he released. The abuse occurred at Fine’s home, at the Syracuse basketball facilities and on road trips, according to an ESPN article. A call to Fine’s home was answered by an unidentified woman who said Fine is currently ‘out of town’ and all comments from now on will have to be made through his attorney. Davis reported the abuse to Syracuse police in 2003 but was told the statute of limitations had run out, according to the article. Dennis Duval, a former Syracuse basketball player, was the police chief at the time of the report. An unidentified female answered the phone at Duval’s home but said he was not home. In a statement, Quinn said university officials launched their own investigation in 2005 after an adult male reported inappropriate conduct by an associate men’s basketball coach to the Syracuse Police Department. ‘On hearing of the allegations in 2005, the University immediately launched its own comprehensive investigation through its legal counsel. That nearly four-month long investigation included a number of interviews with people the complainant said would support his claims. All of those identified by the complainant denied any knowledge of wrongful conduct by the associate coach. The associate coach also vehemently denied the allegations,’ according to the statement. In the statement, Quinn said if any evidence or corroboration of the allegations had surfaced, the university would have terminated the associate coach and reported it to the police immediately. The university will cooperate fully with the police, the statement said. Calls to the Syracuse University athletic department were not immediately returned. Scoop Jardine, a senior on the SU basketball team, answered his cellphone but said he could not comment on the allegations. Calls to Syracuse police Sgt. Tom Connellan were deferred to later this evening. Fine and Boeheim first met in 1963, when Fine was a student manager and Boeheim was a freshman on the basketball team. Fine graduated from Syracuse in 1967 and went into business for himself. In 1976, he was hired by Boeheim as an assistant coach. Fine has been a part of the Syracuse basketball program since that point as a longtime assistant to Boeheim. He’s been known to primarily work with SU’s centers, mentoring SU greats such as Roosevelt Bouie, Rony Seikaly, Etan Thomas and Arinze Onuaku. [email protected] [email protected]