The Pink Floyd Encyclopedia

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Collector's Guide, Apr 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 456 pages
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Self-proclaimed rock historians will delight in the scope and detail of this all-inclusive encyclopedia of Pink Floyd. A close study of each album is accompanied by an exhaustive listing of their songs, cover art, production credits, recording and sales information, and U.S. and U.K. release dates. The promotional art of each concert and tour is also provided, along with details on independent solo concerts and albums produced by individual band members, six appendices providing the dates of every performance arranged in chronological order, and an equipment appendix describing the make and model of every Pink Floyd amplifier, guitar, and cymbal since the band's creation. This new edition features thousands of new band-related facts and a bonus CD featuring a rare version of "Interstellar Overdrive" and tracks from the British sci-fi band Hawkwind.

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User Review  - Agrimorfee - Goodreads

What many books attempt to do for The Beatles, this book does for Pink Floyd, from A to Z. Like The Fab 4, there is enough information culled here that will make one say "Everything is Pink Floyd ... Read full review

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Vernon Fitch is a software technician, musician, and music historian. He is the founder of the Pink Floyd Archives, a private collection of artifacts dedicated to the historical preservation of the band, and the author of Pink Floyd: the Press Reports.

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