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18 January 1974
Pink Floyd's first two albums, The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn and A Saucerful Of Secrets, were re-issued as a double LP package titled A Nice Pair. It reached No. 21 in the UK and No. 36 in the US.

4 February 1974
Time (B-side: Us And Them) was released as a promotional single in the US.

18 June 1974
Pink Floyd began a seven-date French tour, starting at the Parc des Expositions in Toulouse and ending at the Palais Des Sports in Paris. Their set list included The Dark Side Of The Moon and two new compositions, an early version of Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Raving And Drooling. It also marked Pink Floyd's first use of a circular projection screen, which became a trademark of all future shows.

20 July 1974
Syd Barrett's solo albums, The Madcap Laughs and Barrett, were released in the US as a double package entitled Syd Barrett. The album reached No. 163 in the charts.

4 November 1974
Pink Floyd's 20-date 'British Winter Tour' began at Edinburgh's Usher Hall and ended at Bristol's Hippodrome. The tour included four nights at London's Wembley Empire Pool, London, one of which was broadcast on BBC Radio One. The amended set list included a third new composition, You've Got To Be Crazy. The tour programme, titled 'The Pink Floyd Super All-Action Official Music Programme for Boys and Girls', was printed as a comic and featured a band portrait by Gerald Scarfe and cartoon strips of the band members depicted as their alter egos 'Rog Of The Rovers', 'Captain Mason R.N.', 'Rich Right' and 'Dave Derring'.

8 November 1974
The Syd Barrett double-LP repackage of The Madcap Laughs and Barrett was released in the UK.