|A Saucerful Of Secrets|
|Released||June 29, 1968|
|Recorded||August - October 1967 / January - April 1968|
|Genre||Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock|
- "Let There Be More Light" (Waters) – 5:38
- "Remember a Day" (Wright) – 4:33
- "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" (Waters) – 5:28
- "Corporal Clegg" (Waters) – 4:13
- "A Saucerful of Secrets" (Waters, Wright, Mason, Gilmour) – 11:57
- "See-Saw" (Wright) – 4:36
- "Jugband Blues" (Barrett) – 3:00
"Was Corporal Clegg on Saucerful of Secrets a deliberate Hendrix-style sound that you were going for?"
"No, not really. I didn't know what the hell I was trying to play at the time to be quite honest. I'd really no idea. What I was used to playing, the style I had, didn't fit Pink Floyd at the time, and I didn't really know quite what to do." - David Gilmour - Sounds "Guitar Heroes" Magazine, May 1983
"It was really stressful waiting for Syd to come up with the songs for the second album. Everybody was looking at him, and he couldn't do it. Jugband Blues is a really sad song, the portrait of a nervous breakdown. The last Floyd song Syd wrote, Vegetable Man, was done for those sessions, though it never came out." - Peter Jenner
- Roger Waters - vocals on "Let There Be More Light" and "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun", bass guitar
- David Gilmour - vocals on "Corporal Clegg" and "Let There Be More Light", lead guitar on all except on "Jugband Blues".
- Richard Wright - piano, organ, mellotron, vibraphone, vocals on "Let There Be More Light", "Remember A Day" and "See-Saw"
- Nick Mason - drums, percussion, vocal on "Corporal Clegg"
- Syd Barrett - guitar and vocals on "Jugband Blues", guitars on "Remember a Day"
- Norman Smith - drums and backing vocals on "Remember A Day"
- 8 members of the Salvation Army (The International Staff Band) - Ray Bowes (cornet), Terry Camsey (cornet), Mac Carter (trombone), Les Condon (Eb bass), Maurice Cooper (Euphonium), Ian Hankey (trombone), George Whittingham(Bb bass), and 1 other.