This is the first comprehensive independent critical review of the work of Pink Floyd from 1967-1974 in concert, on record and on film. Using the actual words of the band and critics, Inside Pink Floyd is the definitive critical review of the music of Pink Floyd from Piper at the Gates of Dawn to Dark Side Of The Moon. It features rare unreleased film of concert performances from sound and television archives around the world including soundtrack material from rare television performances of material from Ummagumma, and a rare performance of Atom Heart Mother performed by the band alone never previously available on DVD.
Comprehensive critical analysis of all Pink Floyd's work from 1967-74 is collected for the first time on this release; in-depth discussions with experts concerning the band in concert, on record, and on film provide an enlightening take on this seminal band. Here we take an unprecedented look at the band's music leading up to 1973's THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, which stayed on the album charts for a stunning 14 years; every following release was a critically lauded success. Also included is rare concert footage featuring a previously unseen performance of Atom Heart Mother, as well as rare television appearances from around the world.