His role as the principal songwriter, lead guitarist and most dominant force in the act that was at the time often referred to as "Syd Barrett's' Pink Floyd" is occasionally forgotten today. But for those who still delight in the whimsical psychedelia and unique vision that the man born Roger Keith Barrett brought to Pink Floyd during the group's most artistic period, his contribution is forever etched in stone. This film re-appraises those years and features rare live and studio performances from this hugely influential and legendary collective, combined with contributions from those close to the band during this time. The program also includes rarely seen promo films, interview footage with Syd and other Floyd members, TV clips and a host of other features. Covering too Barrett's solo years, and with extra features including the story behind the lost recordings, this is the most entertaining, informative and revealing document on the 1960s Pink Floyd yet released.