Complete video's provides an insight into the unique journey of one of the most ground breaking and influential British groups of all time Pink Floyd. Follow the authoritative text charting a turbulent journey from when the band first formed in 1965 and originally consisted of students Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters, and Richard Wright, with Dave Gilmour making it a five piece in 1967 and Syd Barrett leaving the band in April 1968. To Pink Floyd's rise as one the most commercially successful and musically influential groups in the history of popular music. The four films are jam-packed with extensive in depth rare archive interviews with the band with insights and the views from journalists and insiders who followed the band from the very beginning.
The most vacuous Pink Floyd movie ever.
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None of the Floyd appear in this set of DVD's despite them being listed as 'actors'. None of Pink Floyd's music appears on these DVDs. No video of Pink Floyd performing appears on these DVDs. It is tantamount to fraud by the manufacturers of this compilation. It consists entirely of a set of talking heads saying how great Pink Floyd are, stretched over 4 discs. Hardly any musicians appear, hardly anybody directly involved with the Floyd appear, it's mostly a collection of journalists being paid to regurgitate some well known stories and their own worthless opinions of the music. Don't waste your time on this collection.