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From 1970:
From 1970
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Pink Floyd
06/22/2017 at 20:38. Facebook
A second night for Pink Floyd in Versailles, 1988, was added, and to mark the pair of concerts, this limited edition white vinyl French release of A Momentary Lapse of Reason was produced. Including a poster celebrating the performances, it quickly became a collector's item.
A second night for Pink Floyd in Versailles 1988 was added and
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Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd
06/21/2017 at 13:18. Facebook
In 1988, Pink Floyd chose some wonderful locations for their tour. Amongst those was the Place d'Armee, at the Chateau de Versailles. Due to wanting to film the band performing in such a stunning location, and due to the light summer evenings, the show started at 10:30pm. Whilst the full performance was filmed, The Great Gig In The Sky was selected for inclusion in the Delicate Sound of...
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In 1988 Pink Floyd chose some wonderful locations for their tour Amongst
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Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd
06/20/2017 at 20:18. Facebook
For those who haven't yet got their tickets (or been to) the Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, which has now been open for over a month, here's a video from earlier this year which includes Roger Waters and Nick Mason talking about it:
For those who havent yet got their tickets or been to the

The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains (Interview Trailer)

The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains opens 13 May at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum (The V&A). Purchase tickets here: http://po.st/PFE Get a ...

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Pink Floyd
06/19/2017 at 17:55. Facebook
As backstage passes go, this Algie-featuring design is one of the more interesting...
As backstage passes go this Algiefeaturing design is one of the more interesting
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Pink Floyd
06/18/2017 at 12:05. Facebook
In 1983, Pink Floyd's American record company at the time, Capitol, released Works. This compilation, which came out shortly after The Final Cut, was designed to appeal to newer fans, but interestingly included Embryo, which had only been released on the 1970 EMI/Harvest compilation, Picnic which was scarce at the time, and became quite the rarity.
In 1983 Pink Floyds American record company at the time Capitol released
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The 1969 tour's The Man & The Journey song suites included various unexpected elements, such as the band enjoying a nice cup of tea...
The 1969 tours The Man The Journey song suites included various unexpected
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Receiving almost equal billing for this 1969 concert on this day was the Floyd's Azimuth Co-ordinator, the device used to "bounce" sound around auditoriums during concerts, and control where specific sounds and effects were coming from - and going to - via small joysticks.
Receiving almost equal billing for this 1969 concert on this day was
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To mark the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd's second single 'See Emily Play', and the unveiling of the BBC's blue plaque commemorating Syd Barrett in Cambridge today, The Flood Gallery, in conjunction with book publisher Rocket 88 and the Syd Barrett Estate, have commissioned an exclusive limited edition silk-screen print poster that celebrates the song, Syd, and Pink Floyd.

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To mark the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyds second single See Emily
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A ticket for a show at London's Earls Court during the final run of original performances of The Wall. It was performed 13 times in 1981, and the previous year, 18 times - just 31 shows in total, due to the complexities of touring it.
A ticket for a show at Londons Earls Court during the final
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More, Pink Floyd's third studio album, was a soundtrack album for Barbet Schroeder's film of the same name. It has a real variety of songs and styles on it, to create different moods in the film, and includes some songs which became live favourites - Green Is The Colour is a good example.
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Pink Floyd - Green Is The Colour (Official Music Video)

Green Is The Colour is a Roger Waters song, originally performed on the ‘More’ album. The audio for this clip comes from a performance recorded for BBC Radio...

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Here's Interstellar Overdrive, filmed for the Granada TV programme Scene – Underground at the UFO Club, London on 27 January 1967. This and much more can be found in the Pink Floyd: The Early Years 1965-1972 box set, which came out in November, and subsequently, in the individual packs focusing on each year, which were released in March. For more information, please go to [ Smarturl.it Link ]
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Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive (from Granada TV's Scene – Underground)

‘Interstellar Overdrive’, filmed for the Granada TV programme ‘Scene – Underground’ at the UFO Club, London on 27 January 1967. For more information, please ...

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A special t-shirt was created for David Gilmour's concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London, for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity. The shirt is still available, raising vital funds for this very worthy cause. Get the shirt here: [ Teenagecancertrustshop.org Link ] and to find out more about the TCT, visit: [ Teenagecancertrust.org Link ]
A special tshirt was created for David Gilmours concerts at the Royal
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Join us for a weekend of events, screenings, talks, workshops, music and performance across the Museum, to coincide with exhibition. More details...
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With a poster including the iconic scene from the Georges Méliès 1902 silent film, A Trip to the Moon, this 1975 concert in Atlanta kicked off the North American tour that year. Unfortunately the ill-fated inflatable pyramid they'd created for the outdoor shows on this tour failed to inflate for this show, and it didn't figure until almost two weeks later...when things went slight wrong with...
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With a poster including the iconic scene from the Georges Méliès 1902
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In 1995, the PULSE live album was released, taken from recordings made on the Division Bell tour the previous year. When the DVD was released, David Gilmour commented at the launch event that it is "fantastic to watch it like this, as it's a privilege we just never ever get – it's extraordinary the amount of stuff that's happening behind us…"
In 1995 the PULSE live album was released taken from recordings made
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It's now been three weeks since The Pink Floyd Exhibition: #TheirMortalRemains opened at London's Victoria and Albert Museum, to much acclaim. Have any of you been to see it yet, and what most surprised or impressed you? Tickets are available for many of the remaining days of the exhibition, but we urge you to book soon if you are planning to go! Details/tickets: [ Po.st Link ]
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Its now been three weeks since The Pink Floyd Exhibition TheirMortalRemains opened
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