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Pink Floyd

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(Biography) British rock group, formed in 1966: originally comprised Syd Barrett (1946–2006), Roger Waters (born 1944), Rick Wright (1945–2008), and Nick Mason (born 1945); Barrett was replaced by Dave Gilmour (born 1944) in 1968 and Waters left in 1986. Recordings include The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967), Dark Side of the Moon (1973), Wish You Were Here (1975), and The Wall (1979)
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Now, The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains has been seen by around 300,000 visitors since opening in May and has been extended by a further two weeks to cope with public demand.
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains runs from Saturday until October 1, 2017.
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains includes 350 objects including original instruments, artworks and artifacts, will run from May 13 to October 1, 2017.
The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, marking 50 years since the release of the band's first single, will include a laser light show and previously unseen concert footage.
Darkside - The Pink Floyd Show Widely acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute band Darkside brings with it a spectacular show comprising of the sounds, lights, laser show and projected images of Pink Floyd.
So it is fitting that the Pink Floyd tribute show "Brit Floyd'' presents what is described as "the entire Pink Floyd experience, complete with state-of-the-art sound and light technology, to offer a concert experience as musically sound as it is visually stunning.
When we first started the visuals," explains Colin, "we tended to make it as close as possible to the Pink Floyd stuff but in the last few years I've pushed for a bit of a change.
Brit Floyd presents The Pink Floyd Ultimate Light & Sound Experience (or PULSE) comes to The O2 on November 2.
In 1967, when the fledgling band was still known as The Pink Floyd and before influential founder member Syd Barrett fell ill, the foursome toured widely in a battered Bedford van.
The Pink Floyd tribute act will help promote and raise money for Squeaky Gate at all future shows, including their gig at Birmingham's NIA on May 10.
DID a photograph taken when the Pink Floyd played the Plaza Teen Club in Thornton Lodge 40 years ago feature on the cover of their LP A Nice Pair?