Pink Floyd and The Incredible String Band.
Track 4 on Side 1 is a mercifully short instrumental called “Up The Khyber”. The Khyber Pass is the site of a 19th century battle in a foreign war fought by the British, I think it was in Afghanistan. The phrase used as the title had become slang for a rather rude expression due to the reference to the word “pass”; I do not know if anyone now uses it, but it was part of common parlance in the Swingin’ 60s. Anyway, this is a Mason/Wright composition of a somewhat “experimental” and rather atonal nature, featuring of course just drums (Mason) and piano (Wright).
Track 5 is another dreamy Rogers song called “Green Is The Colour” as indeed is Track 6, “Cymbaline”. Both of these are very pleasant indeed, and for many years remained favourites of the compilers of Pink Floyd connections. Further, the band itself, right up to about the end of 1971, frequently included these songs in concerts and radio recordings.
Side 1 ends with the second shortest track on the album, lasting just 1.10 minutes. It is called “Party Sequence”, and is credited to all four members of the band, although only two play on it. It is very much a lively drum based thing, with a bit of laid back dreamy organ going on in the background; by no means unpleasant.
The LP was released on the Columbia label: