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Through late and early , Barrett became increasingly erratic, partly as a consequence of his reported heavy use of psychedelic drugs such as LSD. Once described as joyful, friendly, and extroverted, he became increasingly depressed and socially withdrawn, and experienced hallucinations, disorganized speech, memory lapses, intense mood swings, and periods of catatonia.
One of the striking features of his change was the development of a blank, dead-eyed stare. He did not recognise old friends, and often did not know where he was; while on a tour of Los Angeles, Barrett is said to have exclaimed, "Gee, it sure is nice to be in Las Vegas! The audience seemed to enjoy such antics, unaware of the rest of the band's consternation. Interviewed on Pat Boone 's show during this tour, Barrett's reply to Boone's questions was a "blank and totally mute stare"; according to Mason, "Syd wasn't into moving his lips that day.
During this time, Barrett would often forget to bring his guitar to sessions, damage equipment and occasionally was unable to hold his pick. For a handful of shows Gilmour played and sang while Barrett wandered around on stage, occasionally joining the playing. The other band members soon grew tired of Barrett's antics and, on 26 January , when Waters was driving on the way to a show at Southampton University , the band elected not to pick Barrett up: Barrett did not contribute material to the band after A Saucerful of Secrets was released in Of the songs he wrote for Pink Floyd after The Piper at the Gates of Dawn , only one, " Jugband Blues ", made it to the band's second album; "Apples and Oranges", became a less-than-successful single; and two others, " Scream Thy Last Scream " and " Vegetable Man ", were never officially released until in The Early Years — box set, as they were deemed too dark and unsettling.
He would return hours later to find Barrett in the same position, sometimes with a cigarette burned completely down between his fingers an incident later referenced in Pink Floyd's The Wall. He also showed up to a few gigs and glared at Gilmour. Barrett played slide guitar on " Remember a Day " which had been first attempted during the Piper sessions , and also played on " Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun ". Considering Barrett to be the musical brains of the band, Blackhill Enterprises retained Barrett.
After leaving Pink Floyd, Barrett was out of the public eye for a year. After Barrett left Pink Floyd, Jenner followed suit. After the first of these sessions, Barrett brought in friends to help out: For the sessions, Gilmour played bass. Talking to Barrett wasn't easy, said Jones: They were seeing and then playing so they were always a note behind". However, he followed Pink Floyd to Ibiza according to legend, he skipped check-ins and customs, ran onto the runway and attempted to flag down a jet.
One of his friends, J. Ryan Eaves, bass player for the short-lived but influential Manchester band York's Ensemble, later spotted him on a beach wearing messed-up clothes and with a carrier bag full of money. By this point, during the trip, Barrett had asked Gilmour for his help in the recording sessions. These sessions came to a minor halt when Gilmour and Waters were mixing Pink Floyd's newly recorded album, Ummagumma , to Barrett's dismay. However, through the end of July, they managed to record three more tracks.
The problem with the recording was that the songs were recorded as Barrett played them "live" in studio. On the released versions a number of them have false starts and commentaries from Barrett. We had very little time, particularly with The Madcap Laughs.
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Syd was very difficult, we got that very frustrated feeling: Look, it's your fucking career, mate. Why don't you get your finger out and do something? The guy was in trouble, and was a close friend for many years before then, so it really was the least one could do. Upon the album's release in January , Malcolm Jones was shocked by the substandard musicianship on the Gilmour and Waters-produced songs: It's like dirty linen in public and very unnecessary and unkind".
But perhaps we were trying to punish him". Waters was more positive: Barrett said "It's quite nice but I'd be very surprised if it did anything if I were to drop dead. I don't think it would stand as my last statement. The second album, Barrett , was recorded more sporadically than the first,  with sessions taking place between February and July However, Gilmour thought they were losing the "Barrett-ness". One track "Rats" was originally recorded with Barrett on his own. That would later be overdubbed by musicians, despite the changing tempos.
Shirley said of Barrett's playing: Sometimes Syd couldn't play anything that made sense; other times what he'd play was absolute magic. At the moment it's too windy and icy". On various occasions, Barrett went to "spy" on the band as they recorded their album. Doing Syd's record was interesting, but extremely difficult. But by then it was just trying to help Syd any way we could, rather than worrying about getting the best guitar sound.
You could forget about that! It was just going into the studio and trying to get him to sing. Despite the numerous recording dates for his solo albums, Barrett undertook very little musical activity between and outside the studio. On 24 February , he appeared on John Peel 's BBC radio programme Top Gear   playing five songs—only one of which had been previously released.
Three would be re-recorded for the Barrett album, while the song "Two of a Kind" was a one-off performance possibly written by Richard Wright.
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Gilmour and Shirley also backed Barrett for his one and only live concert during this period. Poor mixing left the vocals barely audible until part-way through the last number. After this session, he took a hiatus from his music career that lasted more than a year, although in an extensive interview with Mick Rock and Rolling Stone in December, he discussed himself at length, showed off his new string guitar, talked about touring with Jimi Hendrix and stated that he was frustrated in terms of his musical work because of his inability to find anyone good to play with.
Free from his EMI contract on 9 May , Barrett signed a document that ended his association with Pink Floyd, and any financial interest in future recordings. Brown arrived at the show late, and saw that Bruce was already onstage, along with "a guitarist I vaguely recognised", playing the Horace Silver tune " Doodlin' ". Later in the show, Brown read out a poem, which he dedicated to Syd, because, "he's here in Cambridge, and he's one of the best songwriters in the country" when, to his surprise, the guitar player from earlier in the show stood up and said, "No I'm not".
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He had little contact with others, apart from his regular visits to his management's offices to collect his royalties,  and the occasional visit from his sister Rosemary. According to John Leckie , who engineered these sessions, even at this point Syd still "looked like he did when he was younger Once again, Barrett withdrew from the music industry, but this time for good.
He sold the rights to his solo albums back to the record label and moved into a London hotel. During this period, several attempts to employ him as a record producer including one by Jamie Reid on behalf of the Sex Pistols , and another by The Damned , who wanted him to produce their second album were all fruitless.
In , when Barrett's money ran out, he moved back to Cambridge to live with his mother. He returned to live in London again in , but lasted only a few weeks and soon returned to Cambridge for good. According to a profile in the book Madcap by biographer and journalist Tim Willis, Barrett, who had reverted to using his original name of Roger, continued to live in his late mother's semi-detached home in Cambridge, and had returned to painting, creating large abstract canvases.
He was also said to have been an avid gardener and his main point of contact with the outside world was his sister, Rosemary, who lived nearby. He was reclusive, and his physical health declined, as he suffered from stomach ulcers and type 2 diabetes.
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Although Barrett had not appeared or spoken in public since the mids, time did little to diminish interest in his life and work. Reporters and fans still travelled to Cambridge to seek him out, despite his attempts to live a quiet life and public appeals from his family for people to leave him alone.
Apparently, Barrett did not like being reminded about his musical career and the other members of Pink Floyd had no direct contact with him. However, he did visit his sister's house in November to watch the BBC Omnibus documentary made about him — reportedly he found some of it "a bit noisy", enjoyed seeing Mike Leonard of Leonard's Lodgers again, calling him his "teacher", and enjoyed hearing " See Emily Play " again.
Barrett made a final public acknowledgement of his musical past in , his first since the s, when he autographed copies of photographer Mick Rock 's book Psychedelic Renegades, which contained a number of photos of Barrett. Rock was perhaps the last person in the music industry with whom Barrett kept in contact. In , Rock conducted Barrett's final interview before his retirement from the music industry a few years later, and Barrett subsequently turned up on Rock's London doorstep "four, maybe five times" for a cup of tea and conversation through , before Barrett moved back to Cambridge.
Having reverted to his birth name "Roger" from his stage name "Syd" many years before, he had autographed the book simply "Barrett. After suffering from diabetes for several years, Barrett died at home in Cambridge on 7 July ,  aged The cause of death was pancreatic cancer. Margaret's Square, Cambridge, was put on the market and reportedly attracted considerable interest. In an interview with The Sunday Times , Barrett's sister revealed that he had written a book:. He read very deeply about the history of art and actually wrote an unpublished book about it. But he found his own mind so absorbing that he didn't want to be distracted.
We are very sad to say that Roger Keith Barrett — Syd — has passed away. His career was painfully short, yet he touched more people than he could ever know. Barrett's sister, Rosemary Breen, supported this, the first-ever series of official events in memory of her brother. Barrett had one noted reunion with the members of Pink Floyd, in during the recording sessions for Wish You Were Here.
He attended the Abbey Road session unannounced, and watched the band working on the final mix of " Shine On You Crazy Diamond " — a song that happened to be about him. By that time, the year-old Barrett had become quite overweight, had shaved off all of his hair including his eyebrows , and his former bandmates did not initially recognise him.
Barrett's behaviour at the session was erratic; he spent part of the session brushing his teeth. Apart from a brief encounter between Waters and Barrett in Harrods a couple of years later   during which, when Barrett saw Waters, he ran outside, dropping his bags full of sweets in the process ,  this was the last time any member of Pink Floyd saw him.
A reflection on the day appears in Mason's book Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd.
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A reference to this reunion also appears in the film The Wall , where the character Pink, played by Bob Geldof , shaves his body hair after having a mental breakdown. In , EMI Records after constant pressure from Malcolm Jones  released an album of Barrett's studio out-takes and previously unreleased material recorded from to under the title Opel. Wouldn't You Miss Me? In , it was announced that a vinyl double album version would be issued for Record Store Day. Bootleg editions of Barrett's live and solo material exist.
During this tribute, the first Peel programme Top Gear was aired in its entirety. This show featured the live versions of " Flaming ", " Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun ", and a brief second snippet of the instrumental " Reaction in G ". Barrett wrote most of Pink Floyd's early material. He was also an innovative guitarist, using extended techniques and exploring the musical and sonic possibilities of dissonance , distortion , feedback , the echo machine , tapes and other effects; his experimentation was partly inspired by free improvisation guitarist Keith Rowe of the group AMM , active at the time in London.
Barrett was known to have used Binson delay units to achieve his trademark echo sounds. Daevid Allen , founder member of Soft Machine and Gong , has cited Barrett's use of slide guitar with echo as a key inspiration for his own "glissando guitar" style. His recordings both with Pink Floyd and in later solo albums were delivered with a strongly British-accented vocal delivery, specifically that of southern England.
He was described by Guardian writer Nick Kent as having a "quintessential English style of vocal projection". Barrett's free-form sequences of "sonic carpets" pioneered a new way to play the rock guitar. A silver Fender Esquire with mirrored discs glued to the body  was the guitar he was most often associated with and the guitar he "felt most close to".
Many artists have acknowledged Barrett's influence on their work. Barrett also had an influence on alternative and punk music in general. According to critic John Harris:. To understand his place in modern music you probably have to first go back to punk rock and its misguided attempt to kick aside what remained of the psychedelic s.
Barrett was the best example: Barrett's decline had a profound effect on Roger Waters' songwriting, and the theme of mental illness permeated Pink Floyd's later albums, particularly 's The Dark Side of the Moon and 's Wish You Were Here  which was a deliberate and affectionate tribute to Barrett, the song, "Shine on You Crazy Diamond",  and also 's The Wall.
In , an album of Barrett cover songs called Beyond the Wildwood was released. The album was a collection of cover songs from Barrett's tenure with Pink Floyd and from his solo career. Other artists who have written tributes to Barrett include his contemporary Kevin Ayers , who wrote "O Wot a Dream" in his honour Barrett provided guitar to an early version of Ayers' song "Religious Experience: Singing a Song in the Morning". Proceeds from the single go to the Syd Barrett Trust in support of arts in mental health.
Johnny Depp showed interest in a biographical film based on Barrett's life. His life and music, including the disastrous Cambridge Corn Exchange concert and his later reclusive lifestyle, are a recurring motif in the work. In , in correspondence of the 70th Anniversary birthday, The Theatre of the Absurd, an Italian independent artists group, published a short movie in honor of Syd Barrett named Eclipse , with actor-director Edgar Blake in the role of Syd.
For TV series Legion creator Noah Hawley named one of the characters after Syd Barrett, whose music was an important influence on the series. Members of Barrett's family denied that he suffered from mental illness. In the s, Barrett used psychedelic drugs, especially LSD , and there are theories he subsequently suffered from schizophrenia.
In my opinion, his nervous breakdown would have happened anyway. It was a deep-rooted thing. But I'll say the psychedelic experience might well have acted as a catalyst. Still, I just don't think he could deal with the vision of success and all the things that went with it. In Saucerful of Secrets: Bolan became concerned when Syd "kept his girlfriend under lock and key for three days, occasionally shoving a ration of biscuits under the door".
It sounded like heating pipes shaking. I said, 'What's up? We put him in the linen cupboard'". It sounds to me like pure fantasy, like Jonathan Meades was on dope himself. Laing with the 'Barrett problem'. After hearing a tape of a Barrett conversation, Laing declared him "incurable".