Who is 'Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast' written for?

Reprinted from the Echoes FAQ

It's named for Alan Stiles, a roadie of Floyd's back then. The band was never very happy with this piece, even though it was played in several concerts. Early British pressings of the album had the sound of the water dripping from the tap continue into the trail-off groove in the record, allowing some turntables to play dripping water forever (or until someone turns it off, whichever came first).

The song is divided into three named sections:

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