Echoes: The Complete History of Pink Floyd

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Mind Head Publishing, 2007 - Rock groups - 368 pages
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From their gigs in tiny church halls to multimillion-selling albums--"The Dark Side" "of the Moon," "Wish You Were Here," and the rock opera "The Wall"--and elaborate stadium shows, this tome celebrates legendary rock band Pink Floyd. Lavishly illustrated with previously unpublished photographs and rare graphic memorabilia, including posters, advertisements, handbills, and tickets from every era of the band's remarkable history, this survey provides a comprehensive overview of the group, its members, and the times. In addition to a biographical account of the band's collective and individual careers--from their pre-Floyd times in the early 1960s to the present day and their music's evolution from psychedelic and space rock to progressive rock genres--this definitive reference presents a meticulously researched chronological listing of every Pink Floyd and solo concert with set lists, radio and television appearances, and a UK and U.S. discography.
  

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Any true Pink Floyd fan should own this book. Great reference information. And Tom, although Syd Barrett was a remarkable writer/lyricist (not so much a musician), there was/is more to Pink Floyd after his departure. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1769
Section 2
1772
Section 3
1773
Section 4
1790
Section 5
1794
Section 6
1804
Section 7
1810
Section 8
1813
Section 19
1952
Section 20
1953
Section 21
1956
Section 22
1964
Section 23
1965
Section 24
1966
Section 25
1971
Section 26
1978

Section 9
1852
Section 10
1910
Section 11
1912
Section 12
1914
Section 13
1918
Section 14
1920
Section 15
1922
Section 16
1926
Section 17
1942
Section 18
1946
Section 27
1986
Section 28
1989
Section 29
2003
Section 30
Section 31
Section 32
Section 33
Section 34
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About the author (2007)

Povey organized the first International Pink Floyd Fan Convention in London.

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