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New releases:
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon 2011 Immersion edition (2011).

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here 2011 Immersion edition (2011).

Pink Floyd - The Wall 2012 Immersion edition (2012).

Richard Wright died, 15th of September 2008, 65 years young.


Pink Floyd have been added to the list of acts appearing at next month's Live 8 concert in London. Roger Waters will be reunited with band-members Dave Gilmour, Nick Mason and Rick Wright for the show. The show, organised by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to help fight African poverty, is one of five taking place around the world on July 2.


Breathe - Money - Wish You Were Here & Comfortably Numb
were played.

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David Gilmour,
Nick Mason,
Roger waters,
Rick Wright,
Tim Renwick,
Dick Parry,
Guy Pratt (?),
and a girl...Carol Kenyon (?) picture
mp3's of Pink Floyd at Live8
Live 8 Please Sign!

Dave Gilmour writes:
"Like most people I want to do everything I can to persuade the G8 leaders to make huge commitments to the relief of poverty and increased aid to the Third World. It's crazy that America gives such a paltry percentage of its GNP to the starving nations. Any squabbles Roger and the band have had in the past are so petty in this context, and if reforming for this concert will help focus attention then it's got to be worthwhile."

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More Pictures and News at the Pink Floyd, Nick Mason and Roger Waters page.

Talking of the concert, David said: "It was pretty surprising I must say to find ourselves in that position [back on stage] after all our years of grumpiness," adding that he and Waters are now on "pretty amicable terms. We've communicated a couple of times via email since the concert and he headed back to the States where he lives these days. It's a very nice thank you and goodbye."

"It wouldn't be absolutely impossible for a similar thing to happen again on a one-off basis, but that's it for me - I've moved on in the last 20 years." Talk then turns to David's solo album, which we reported some time ago is currently being worked on. "I'm in the middle of making a record, which will be out under my own name in the new year, and I'm doing a few dates to support that."

Elsewhere, David writes a complete article arguing that the other artists on the Live 8 bill should donate any resulting profits to charity. As has been seen, all the artists (with the exception of Pete Doherty) saw sales increase, many of them dramatically. Indeed, this week's UK album chart has no less than four Floyd albums in it - Echoes (number 19), Dark Side Of The Moon (41), Wish You Were Here (65) and The Wall (74), and David has already pledged to donate his share of extra revenue back to charity. The album chart shows many re-entries from the artists on the bill, and if even some of them follow David's example, then the charity will benefit greatly.

"Though the main objective has been to raise consciousness and put pressure on the G8 leaders, I will not profit from the concert. If on Thursday the G8 leaders tick the right three boxes at Gleneagles then the main objective will have been fulfilled. "If other artists feel like donating their extra royalties to charity, perhaps then the record companies could be persuaded to make a similar gesture and that would be a bonus. This is money that should be used to save lives."

"We've been offered US$150million to do gigs in the States. It's completely mad - and we won't do it. The idea was for Live 8 as a one-off."

If Live8 was indeed the final curtain for the band, then at least they went out with a bang!

Another Show: a second Pink Floyd reunion is at hand as the band has been inducted at the 2005 UK Music Hall Of Fame. See the . news page for more info
David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright are to re-unite for the second time in 24 years, to attend the 2005 UK Music Hall Of Fame ceremony. We can reveal that Channel 4 TV and Initial will tomorrow announce that Pink Floyd are amongst the inductees to the Hall Of Fame.

The four of them will attend the ceremony, to be held in November. It will be only the second time in almost a quarter of a century that the whole group has appeared on stage together.


The Story....

The main players:

Roger Keith Syd Barrett 6 January 1946 - guitar and vocals,

Richard William Wright 28 July 1945- keyboards and vocals,

Nicholas Berkeley Mason 27 January 1944- drums,

George Roger Waters 9 September 43- bass and vocals,

David Jon Gilmour 6 March 1946- guitar, bass & vocals,


Rick Wright and Nick Mason met each other at the School of Architecture in London. With a few friends they started to play in the bands;

Sigma 6,

Nick Mason - drums,

Rick Wright - Rhythm guitar,

Roger Waters - guitar,

Clive Metcalf - bass,

Ken Noble - vocals,

Sheilagh Noble - occasional vocals

& Vernom Thompson (?) - occasional guitar.

Leonard's Lodgers

Nick, Roger and later Richard too, lived in house of an art-teacher Mike Leonard. He was experimenting with liquid, colored oil movies and wanted to add some music to his projections... and so the light shows of the beginning Pinks were born.

The Megadeaths,

The Abdabs &

The Screaming Abdabs, the last two bands had two vocalists;

Keith Noble &

Juliette Gale (later Mrs Wright)

& bass-player Clive Metcalf.

The T-Set ('64); with

Roger Waters - lead guitar

Richard Wright - rhythm guitar

Nick Mason - drums

Clive Metcalf - bass

Juliette Gale - vocals

Keith Noble - vocals

They play r&b and a lot of covers. The obstinate Syd changed the name of the group in The Pink Floyd, the name of two American blues men;

Pink Anderson ('00-'74) &

Floyd Council ('11-'76) aka Floyd Dipper.

Bob "Rado" Klose played guitar along Syd. He, Bob was a fellow student at the Regent Street Polytechnic. He left because he didn't like the acid sounds Syd brought in, he was more interested in blues and jazz. Probably he played guitar on the two bootlegs I'm a King Bee (written by Moore) and Lucy Leave (A Syd Barrett composition?). He became a photographer.
Bob is present on David Gilmours
On An Island ('06)! Isn't that strange? When Bob never had left Pink Floyd, it would be unlikely that David Gilmour ever would joined to help out and join Pink Floyd...

Roger, Nick, Syd, Bob Klose & Rick.

And he, Syd, picked up the first acid sounds of America and gets on experimenting with drugs and the strange "vibes".

England's first psychedelic band had emerged and with their light show they get a good reputation in the underground scene.

Arnold Layne (lyric) saw the first daylight on 11 March '67, produced by Joe Boyd. Highest position; 42 in the British charts. See Emily Play is the next single and it gets a place in the top 10.

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The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (after a title from the writer Kenneth Graham) (´67) is their debut lp.

Roger Waters - bass, guitar, vocals,

Richard Wright - organ, piano, keyboards, vocals

Nick Mason - drums

Syd Barrett - vocals, guitars, cover design.

Norman Smith - producer &
Pete Brown - engineer.

The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn aniversary.
To mark the 40th anniversary of the original release of Pink Floyd's first album 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn', a special edition is planned for release via EMI Records on Tues 28th August in North America, and Monday September 3rd in Europe.
The packaging, designed by Storm Thorgerson, resembles a cloth-covered book, and holds 3 CD discs, along with a 12-page reproduction Syd Barrett notebook. Discs 1 and 2 will contain the full 'Piper' album, represented in both stereo and mono versions. Both have been newly remastered by James Guthrie. Disc 3 includes bonus tracks, including the following: all the Pink Floyd singles from 1967, ('Arnold Layne', 'See Emily Play', and 'Apples And Oranges'), plus the B sides 'Candy And A Current Bun' and 'Paintbox'. Other tracks are a version of 'Interstellar Overdrive' - Take 2 of the original recording sessions, previously only available on an EP in France - and the 1967 stereo version of 'Apples And Oranges'.
Other activities surrounding the 40th anniversary celebrations will be announced in due course.

Video from Pink Floyd: Bike [from the Piper at the Gates of Dawn LP].

Syd drinks and uses drugs to much, on stages he doesn't remember the notes or lines, he comes late, sometimes he doesn't comes at all. Danny O'List (member of The Nice) played a few gigs instead of Syd, during a tour with Jimmy Hendrix and The Nice.

David Gilmour became the successor of Syd. David and Syd knew each other from school.

On A Saucerful of Secrets ('68) Barrett is playing on only one track before he leaves the band (April '68).

Syd Barrett Guitar, Vocals
David Gilmour Guitar, Vocals
Nick Mason Drums
Roger Waters Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Rick Wright Keyboards, Vocals

Norman Smith Producer.

More (movie sound track '69).

Ummagumma (one record live and the other 4 solo-tracks '69),
this record comes out on the Harvest label. On this label were also contracted; Deep Purple, Roy Harper and, for example, Roger Chapman.



Zabriski Point, a movie soundtrack with the American cousin;

The Grateful Dead &

Kaleidoscope (with steel-guitarist David Lindley, friend of Jackson Browne).

There are 3 different albums of Zabriski; one double with extra tracks and an album with rare tracks from Two Certain Somebodies.


Atom Heart Mother ('70), Alan Parsons

Lullabel III

gets involved with the Pinks as engineer and producer, also with

Pete Bown and

Norman Smith- producer,

The John Aldis Choir.

a Abbey Road brass section,

& Ron Geesin, who wrote the brass-section.

The tittle track is a masterpiece of almost 24 minutes. The sleeve of the nice good-looking cow, called Lullabel III, is from Hipgnosis.
Alan Stiles says something on Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast.

The group had a spectacular live show (see the video of Life at Pompeij and a gig at the Kralingerbos in Rotterdam)(my brother Jan was there!).

Relics ('71) is a collection of early singles and more stuff, the cover is painted by Nick Mason. But there are more covers, the cover on the left should be the original (i never saw it). In '93 John Robertson, a sculptor, who also made the heads of the Division Bell-album, made a sculptor of Nick's drawing (on the right)(in Australia they had another different cover with coins):


Meddle ('71) (with On of these Days, Dave and Roger playing the bass), and a session player;

Seamus, the dog of Steve Marriot (Small Faces), sings great lines.

Produced by Pink Floyd and;

Pete Bown &

John Lecklie.

Obscured by Clouds ('72, soundtrack for the movie The Valley) is again a soundtrack. On the last two albums the concept of one of the greatest albums is beginning to establish.

The Dark Side of the Moon ('73), with;

Alan Parsons -"producer" and engineer, he got a Grammy nomination for that. The other Pinks found he was just an engineer who did a job, so as engineers should be.

Chris Thomas - engineer and head of the mixing-crew.

Dick Parry -saxes,

Clare Torry on request of Alan, vocals on A great Gig in the Sky,

Liza Strike,

Carlena Williams,

Leslie Duncan,

Doris Troy &

Barry St.John- backing vocals,

Jerry Driscoll, doorman at Abbey-Road-Studio, voice;

Speak to me; I've always been mad i know i've been mad like the most of us, very hard to explain why're mad even if you're not mad.

Great Gig; and i'm not frightened of dying, anytime will do i don't mind. Why should i be frightened of dying? There's no reason for it. You gotta go sometime.

Eclipse; There is no dark side of the moon really. Matter of fact's it's all dark.

Chris Adamson (roadmanager), voice;

Speak to me; I've been mad for fucking years, been over the edge for yonks, been working me buns off for bands.

Peter & Patricia Watts (roadie, sound engineer and his wife) voice;

Speak to me; laughter- I can't think of anything to say except... - I think it's marvellous, hahaha!

Great Gig; I never said i was afraid of dying.

Money; The greezer was cruising for a bruising!

Henry McCullough (guitarist of Joe Cocker & the Wings), voice;

Money; I don't know! IP was really drunk at the time! I was just telling him, he couldn't get into number two. He was asking why he wasn't coming up ten freely, after i was yelling and screaming and telling him why he wasn't coming up on freely. It came as a heavy blow, be we sorted the matter out.

Us and Them; I don't know i was really drunk at the time.

Roger the Hat, voice;

On the Run; live for today, gone tomorrow... that's me.

Us and Them; I mean they gonna kill ya so if you give em a quick short, sharp shock, the don't do it again. Dig it? I mean he got off lightly, cos, i would've given him a thrashing. I only hit him once! It was only a difference of opinion, but really... i mean good manners don't cost nothing, do they, eh?


In the USSR is the cover of Storm Thorgerson a little different.

25 years later the album is re mastered. And sales again great. (go to see the words)

A Nice Pair ('73), is a collection of the albums; A Saucerful of Secrets & The Piper At the Gates of Dawn.

The next 3 years they went on tour, a few new songs are introduced; in '75 Raving & Drooling, You gotta be Crazy (later called; Sheeps & Dogs from Animals), Shine on you Crazy Diamond, Have a Cigar which ended in a demo of Wish You Were Here.

Wish you were here ('75). During the studio sessions Syd Barrett visited the studio once, Roger didn't recognize him, Dave shook hands... One of the best albums of the band.

The radio introduction on the title track was recorded on David Gilmours car stereo.

Tchaikosvky's 4th Symphonie is been sampled (intro Wish You Were Here).

Stephane Grappelli was in the studio and did record a few tracks, but they never made the album (- violin).

Dick Parry - sax,

Roy Harper sings Have a Cigar,

Venetta Fields &

Carlena Williams - backing vocals

Hipgnosis takes care of the cover.

Animals ('77) is a not very happy record. Roger wrote the most tracks.

Roger Waters: "I was trying to push the band into more specific areas of subject matter, trying to be more direct. Visually, I was trying to get away from the blobs...there isn't much left for you to interpret."

Waters and Gilmour were beginning to tussle for control, sharing production credits and engaging in a lengthy wrangle over the album's publishing royalties which wasn't settled for 10 years.

David Gilmour: "On Animals I was the prime musical force. Roger was the motivator and lyric writer."

Nick Mason: "This was a bit of a return to the group feel, quite a cheerful session as I remember. We did it in our own studio, which we'd just built. By now Roger was in full flow with the ideas, but he was also really kepping Dave down, and frustrating him deliberately."

Rick Wright: "I didn't like a lot of the writing on Animals, but unfortunately I didn't have anything to offer. I think I played well but I remember feeling not very happy or creative, partly because of problems with my marriage. This was the beginning of my writer's block."

David Gilmour: "I basically wrote all the chords [on "Dogs"] --the main music part of it. And we wrote some other bits together at the end. [I played] a custom Telecaster. I was coming through some Hiwatt amps and a couple of Yamaha rotating speaker cabinets--Leslie style cabinets that they used to make. I used to use two of those on stage along with the regular amps. That slight Leslie effect made a big difference in the sound." (from a Guitar World interview)

Snowy White plays a solo in Pigs on the Wing, but it wasn't used for the album.

During In The Flesh Tour are playing with the band;

Snowy White- guitar &

Dick Parry- sax.

Gilmour, Wright and Mason are involved with solo-projects.

The Wall ('79). A heavy pretentious double-album. It seems to be an autobiography from Rogers hands, he wrote the biggest part. Bob Ezrin and David Gilmour get into a studio to make the rough material to a astonishing concept. See the the demo-text of Comfortable Numb. David only wrote two pieces; Comfortably Numb (the best track of the album) and Run Like Hell and he co-wrote Young Lust. Roger was on strained terms with the rest of the band, Richard Wright became kicked out of the group.

The cover is not from Storm Thorgensen or Hipgnosis but from Gerald Scarfe.

On the album aren't mentioned for their input;

Jeff & Joe Porcaro- drums on Mother,

Lee Ritehour guitar solo on One of my Turns,

Bruce Johnston (Beach Boys) vocals in The Show must go on,

Joe, Chemay,

Freddie Mandell

Peter Woods

Toni Tennille &

Jim Haas- vocals.


Andy Bown- bass,

Snowy White - guitar (but he had to leave because obligations with Thin Lizzy)

Andy Roberts- guitar,

Willi Wilson- drums,

Peter Woods- keyboard,

Stan Faber,

Jim Haas, Jon Joyce &

Joe Dunn - vocals

The show is one of the biggest shows on earth.

The concept of the Wall & Dark Side turns out to a movie by Alan Parker, Bob 'Boomtown' Geldof, played Pink and he didn't have to speak a word...

Great Collection of dance-songs ('81), must keep the fans satisfied.

The Final Cut ('83) is really the final cut. Richard is replaced. The cover is again not from Storms hand, idea and concept from Roger. And the last one wrote everything and again it his story. The Hero's Return" and "Your Possible Pasts" were rejected for the wall, but find now a place on the album. Maybe we can call it Roger's Solo-album... It's however perfectly recorded.

Michael Kamen,

James Guthrie - mixer,

Andy Bown - keyboards and orchestration.

Ray Cooper- percussion,

Andy Newmark- drums,

Raf Ravenscroft- sax.

Solo-albums are coming out;

David Gilmour; About Face '84 (one of my favorites), Richard Wright; Zee /Indentity (disapointed) and Rogers Pros & Cons of hitchhiking (an astonishing concept and a great bluesy guitar).

In the autumn of '86 it is announced that Gilmour, Mason & Wright will be recording under the name of Pink Floyd. Roger is furious and goes to court.

The Momentary Lapse of Reason ('87);

David Gilmour, vocals, guitars and producing,

Nick Mason, drums, producing and voice at Learning to fly,

Richard Wright, keyboards,

Pete Townshend,

Phil Manzanera (ex-Roxy Music and friend of David),

Bob Ezrin, (producing and keyboards)

Athony Moore - ideas, songwriting and support,

Patrick Leonard - keyboards, producing

James Guthrie - mixer,

Tony Levin- bas,

Bill Payne- keys,

Jim Keltner,

Carmine Appice &

Steve Forman- drums & percussion,

Michael Landau- guitar,

Tom Scott,

Scotty Page &

Terry Halliwell- saxes,

Darlene Koldenhaven,

Phyllis St.James &

Carmen Twilli- vocals.

Humphry Boggart - voice; as Rick from Cassablanca in Yet another Movie.

The live-tour again becomes one of the biggest in history, Fisher Park takes care of the Stage-concept.

Jon Carin- keys and vocals,

Tim Renwick- guitar,

Guy Pratt- bass & vocals,

Gary Wallis- percussion,

Scotty Page- sax and sticks,

Durga McBroom,

Rachel Fury &

Margret Taylor- vocals

and of course;


Nick &


A concert in Venice is recorded and broadcast. At this gig Lorelei McBroom joined, she is the sister of Durga.

In Australia they did a gig under the name of The Fishermen and they played numbers of the Stones, Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder and Bob Marley.

Delicate Sound of Thunder ('88) is a double live-recording album.

In Knebworth (30-6-'90) they play at a festival;

Candy Dulfer plays sax, (a nice Dutch-girl who worked with Van Morrison, Prince, Hans Dulfer and solo),

Sam & Vicki Brown,

Durga McBroom, &

Clare Torry - backing vocals,

Michael Kamen helps out.

Mason and Gilmour did a car-race, the Pan American Race, in Mexico, recorded a video with some extra tracks, such as the Carrera Blues.

On December 28th, 1991, it was held the Amnesty International 30th Anniversary Concert. David Gilmour was the musical director, and he got some of his friends and colleagues for the band. They backed Tom Jones and Spinal Tap. The lineup was:
David Gilmour (guitar), Tim Renwick (guitar, vocals), Pino Palladino (bass), Jon Carin (keyboards, vocals), Gary Wallis (drums), Dave Bishop (drums), Stuart Brooks (trumpet), Jody Linscott (percussion), Sam Brown, Margo Buchanon, Julie Harrington, Durga McBroom (all backing vocals), Ian Harrison, Chris Burns, Clint Driftwood, Simon Park, Dick Hayes, Mark Nightingale, Andy Jackson & Barry Knight & Phil Taylor.

During a charity concert on 18-9-'93 is

Mike Rutherford (yes the man from Genesis),

Paul Young,

Gary Wallis,

Adrian Miller- bass &

Tim Renwick playing with them.

On October 11th, 1992, there is another benefit event, at the Chelsea Arts Ball, with a stellar lineup, very close to Pink Floyd lineup:

David Gilmour (guitar)

Tim Renwick (guitar, vocals)

Guy Pratt (bass)

Jon Carin (keyboards, vocals)

Jody Linscott (percussion)

Gary Wallis (drums)

Sam Brown (vocals)

Some guests appearing in the gig were Rick Wright & Nick Mason, plus Tom Jones, Hugh Cornwell (from The Stranglers), Mica Paris, Elvis Costello and others.

divsion bell

After a period of silence The Division Bell throws fun into the fans. Not only the lay-out, Hypnosic Storm Thorgenson and the sculptor Andy Robbertson, is great but the music is one of the highlights of Pinks history. Douglas Adams, the writer f.e. The Hitchhikers Guide, was responsible for the title, he sold it (for charity) to the Pinks. He played a riddle with the Pinks at 28-10-94 Earls Court. Adams died 12 Mai 2001, suddenly, unexpected and to early...
Go to the lyrics.

Nick Laird-Clowes,

Anthony Moore &

Polly Samson - songwriting,

Tim Renwick,


Guy Pratt,

Jon Carin,

Garry Wallis,

Dick Parry -sax,

Sam Brown,

Carol Kenyon (vocals),

Durga McBroom &

Claudia Fontaine backing vocals,

Stephen Hawkins voice on the start of keep talking,

The tour is perfectly recorded; Pulse ('95). Most of the recordings come from the concerts at Earls Court.


Shine On, is a box-set with illustrations of Storm.



Gilmour is in for a lot of session work and he marries Polly Samson and they have kids... Richard brings out a nice solo-album; Broken China. Nick is polishing his cars and Roger gets on the road again!


Is There Anybody Out There ('00)

is the title from The Wall live! 20 years after the gig took place.

In London 1966 - 1967, is a collectors-item for the real hardcore Pink Floyd aficionado's. With an interesting cd-rom.

Echoes (October 2001), is a best of complication, with some nice songs from Syd Barret. And indeed the songs a great, the art-work is nice but not more then that. Read here about the songs on Echoes.

The Wall demo's let us hear, for example, Another Brick in the Wall without the kids from Islington Green School, Run like Hell as instrumental song and Comfortable Numb with a, weak, different lyric, specially the part which Roger sings.


Money the single, new out in 2003, both with artwork from Storm Thorgerson.

The live Pulse album is coming out in a 5.1 Surround Sound DVD mix, and the band is about to jump into remixing their classic Dark Side of the Moon album in 5.1 sound.
"We've got a quad mix that Alan Parsons did back in '73," he, David Gilmour, says. "It's not quite as good as what I would want." In April 2003 the quadrophonic Darkside is released.
So odds are the band will go back and do a full remix from scratch, which creates another bonus. Because of limitations of the day, every format of Dark Side has not been off the master tapes; the 16-track backing tracks were always at least a generation removed and altered.
"We can go back one stage and do a remix from the very original masters," Gilmour says. "We can have a 5.1 that intrinsically is better than anything out there."


Personal i don't like the tribute albums. There are a lot of them, i'll mention one, because the line-upp is very impressive: Pigs and Pyramids. 2002 with:

Chris Squire, Billy Sherwood, Tony Kaye, Alan White (Yes all of Yes), Bobby Kimbal, Steve Lukather, Mike & Jeff Porcarro (the boys of Toto, Tony Levin, Glen Hughes, Aynsley Dunbar (Journey), Robben Ford, Dweezil Zappa,Scotty Page, Jeff Baxter (Doobie Brothers), Tony Franklin, Derek Shirdan, Alex Lightwood, Vinnie Colaiuta and more.


The Dark Side Of The Moon (DVD 2003)

Eagle Rock Entertainment presents Pink Floyd-The Dark Side of the Moon Classic Album on DVD and VHS, the creative story behind the masterpiece that transformed Pink Floyd from art house favorites to global superstars.

Contains Unique Never-Before Heard Versions!

Recorded in London's famous Abbey Road Studio's and released in 1973, Dark Side of the Moon spent 294 weeks on the UK album chart. To this day it remains the biggest selling album by a British band. Pink Floyd-The Dark Side of the Moon Classic Album will be available on August 26, 2003.

This program takes an in depth, track by track, look at the making of the 1973 album, featuring all four members of the band-Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright-in exclusive interviews and is illustrated throughout with archive footage. Roger, David and Richard play songs and demonstrate themes from the album. Alan Parsons ( the original engineer) gives unique insight into the musical fabric of the record as he goes through the multi-track tapes.

artbystorm With a really nice acoustic version of Breathe, i wanted to put it as mp3 on the site, but i'm afraid the record-company don't like that ;-(
A must have!


Live at Pompeii (DVD 2003)

There's a bootleg dvd, but wait for this directors cut. Out now; 15 September '03! see some pictures and info.



Steve O'Rouke: 1940 - 2003: Steve O'Rourke, the Pink Floyd's manager, had tragically suffered a fatal stroke (30 October '03).
Steve O'Rourke became manager of Pink Floyd in 1968, after the band ceased to use the services of Peter Jenner and Andrew King. Steve was the manager of the band from then on, and also individually managed David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Rick Wright.
One of Steve's passions in life was motor racing.


Classic Rocks brings out some astoinishing "Inside" DVD's from Genesis too Led Zeplin and Pink FLoyd.

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. Featuring a rare performance of Atom Heart Mother.
1975-1996 This is the first major independent critical review of the work of Pink Floyd from 1975-1996 in concert, on record and on film. The definitive critical review of the music of Pink Floyd from Wish You Were Here to Pulse.

More info at www.classicrockproductions.com.

Or take a look at this one: www.rogerwatersonline.com with an excellent review!!!


A double dvd will see the daylight in February 2006. This dvd is a re-issue of the previous story with an extra dvd with interviews of the bandmembers.

The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn new release!

A special cd box set wil be released and a a book about Pink Floyd and their relation with the Netherlands.
Read more here.

pulse NEW!

P.U.L.S.E (dec 2005):

the ultimated Pink Floyd live dvd recording is out now.
Click here for info and pictures.

Scroll down to see the complete dazzling rundown of extras!


Disc 1:

Concert Part 1:
  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
  2. Learning To Fly
  3. High Hopes
  4. Take It Back
  5. Coming Back To Life
  6. Sorrow
  7. Keep Talking
  8. Another Brick In The Wall Pt 2
  9. One of These Days

Screen Films:
- Shine On
- High Hopes
- Learning to Fly

Bootlegging the Bootleggers:
- What Do You Want From Me
- On The Turning Way
- Poles Apart
- Marooned

- Time (Eames)
- Money (Alien)
- Speak To Me 1987
- Pulse TV Advert

- Learning To Fly
- Take It Back
Disc 2:

Concert Part 2:
  1. Speak To Me
  2. Breathe
  3. On The Run
  4. Time
  5. The Great Gig In The Sky
  6. Money
  7. Us And Them
  8. Any Colour You Like
  9. Brain Damage
  10. Eclipse
  11. Wish You Were Here
  12. Comfortably Numb
  13. Run Like Hell

Screen Films:
- Speak To Me (graphic)
- On The Run
- Time 1994
- The Great Gig in the Sky (wave)
- Money
- Us And Them 1987
- Brain Damage
- Eclipse

Alternate Screen Films:
- The Great Gig In The Sky (animation)
- Us And Them 1994

Behind the Scenes Footage:
- Goodbye to Life As We Know It
- Wish You Were Here:
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
- Photo Gallery

The footage was filmed at one of the band's 14 shows at London's Earl's Court, the final full concerts performed (to date). A lot of work has been done to improve the sound and picture quality, and to source a selection of suitable extras.
The sound has been remixed and remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1 by Pink Floyd's well-respected engineer James Guthrie.

The DVD cover, as well as the menus and screens, have been designed by Storm Thorgerson. The cover is unavailable yet, but will be completely different from the one pictured above, which is from the VHS release of 1994.

Brain Damage or
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rarities May 2011:
The major Pink Floyd release campaign, code-named 'Why Pink Floyd?...' (well not codenamed per se, but that is what it's being called by EMI)

From September 26 the band's 14 studio albums will be re-released individually and as a box-set.

CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, SACD, an array of digital formats, viral marketing, iPhone Apps and a brand-new single-album ‘Best Of’ collection are all going to come out according to a precise schedule sent to Xfm.co.uk today.

The multi-disc sets will also feature alternate takes, unreleased tracks, restored live concert screen films and a live recording of the legendary 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' performance at Wembley in 1974.

It's like memorabilia overload - but in a good way.

Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon 2011 Immersion edition (2011).

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here 2011 Immersion edition (2011).


See who_vocals.htm for a list of all regular Pink Floyd albums and info about who sung when and what. Including solo-albums.


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