THE PINK FLOYD & SYD BARRETT STORY

Title

THE PINK FLOYD & SYD BARRETT STORY

Subject

A maverick artist and true individual, Syd Barrett helped forge the British psychedelic scene when he formed Pink Floyd with Roger Waters, Rick Wright and Nick Mason in 1995. The Pink Floyd & Syd Barrett Story is a documentary which examines Pink Floyd's first flash of fame, Barrett's rise and tragic fall, and how the group moved on without him while acknowledging his influence on the album Wish You Were Here.

The documentary features rare performance footage, interviews with David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Roger Waters, and memories from a handful of friends and associates of the band.

Description

total duration: 49'
UK
CHAPTERS
1: Syd Barrett - his early years in Cambridge
2: Moving to London - starting Pink Floyd
3: Getting Signed - releasing the first album
4: Frequent LSD use - Syd Barrett leaves the real world

BONUS FEATURES
-Unseen interview footage of Waters & Gilmour
-Three acoustic performances by Syd Barrett
-A biography
5: David Glimour takes over - Syd Barrett leaves Pink Floyd
6: Syd Barrett's solo career or (how to refuse to be a rock star)
7: Returning to Cambridge - Syd Barrett thinks and searches
8: The last meeting of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd

Creator

John Edginton

Publisher

Otmoor productions

Date

2001

Contributor

David Gilmour, Rick Wright, Roger Waters, Nick Mason, Jerry Shirley, Graham Coxon, Bob Klose

Language

Language: British English
Subtitles: French, Dutch, German, Spanish (Castilliano)

Identifier

BIO . P&S

Collection

Citation

John Edginton, “THE PINK FLOYD & SYD BARRETT STORY,” WPB, accessed June 22, 2024, https://tpb.worm.org/items/show/13006.

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