Pink Floyd emerged from the world of British psychedelic music to become the biggest rock act in the world. But the journey from Grantchester Meadows to The Dark Side of the Moon was at times a painful one--perhaps most of all when the band had to let go of their original leader and songwriter, the brilliant but fragile Syd Barrett.
This limited edition of 1,500 copies covers the band from the late sixties to the 2005 concerts and beyond. This is the sixth volume in this major new series of rock photography books compiled from the unique archives of Rex Features, London's top picture library for the performing arts.
About the Editor
Marcus Hearn is a journalist, author and documentary maker. His numerous books on films and television include the official history of Hammer Film Productions, the authorised biography of Gerry Anderson and the Sunday Time bestseller Star Wars: Attack on the Clones .
Series: Rex Collections Series
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 1st January 2008
Dimensions (cm): 29.0 x 24.2 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.794