This box set includes four great titles reviewing rock legends Pink Floyd.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS offers unparalleled insight into the band's long-running but tumultuous career through behind-the-scenes archival footage, rare live-performance clips, and interviews with band members themselves.
This critical review of the psychedelic rock band's 1967 debut album, PIPER AT THE GATES OF DAWN assesses the importance of PIPER's enduring mystique through rare archival clips and interviews with respected rock journalists and critics.
Originally released in 1970, Pink Floyd's ATOM HEART MOTHER is one of the band's more overtly experimental and challenging works. This programme offers a critical review of the album through rare live-performance clips and interviews.
This film goes inside and behind WISH YOU WERE HERE, Pink Floyd's 1975 follow-up album to the monstrously successful DARK SIDE OF THE MOON. The album--in particular the song 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond'--was a tribute to their lost leader, Syd Barrett This release features footage of Pink Floyd on tour for the album, and also uses interviews and critical analysis to better understand this crucial moment in the band's history.
Pink Floyd's Piper At The Gates Of Dawn:
This is the definitive critical review of the first Pink Floyd album. Piper stands alone as the only Floyd album on which Syd Barrett wrote the bulk of the material and performed as lead vocalist and guitarist. This independent film review draws on rare film of Pink Floyd performing the songs which make up Piper.
Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother:
Thirty-five years on, Ron Geesin revisits the work and describes the circumstances surrounding the creation of the album. We also hear the views of David Gilmour, Roger Waters and Nick Mason.
Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here:
Wish You Were Here was released in September 1975 as the follow up to Dark Side of The Moon - a pretty hard act to follow, but in many respects this amazing new album outshone its illustrious predecessor.
Pink Floyd: In Their Own Words DVD and Book Set:
This penetrating film draws on the unique reflections of David Gilmour, Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Richard Wright and Roger Waters to strip away the rumours and half-truths and produce the ultimate critical review of Pink Floyd, as published in the media by those who really matter: the band members themselves.
Also featured are the views of Floyd collaborators such as Ron Geesin, co-writer of Atom Heart Mother, and a rare television broadcast in which Roger Waters shares his views on the likelihood of a Floyd re-union live on air! Not to be missed by any Floyd fan...
The 72 Page Booklet:
Features reflections and hindsight's from Pink Floyd.