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A Technicolor Dream is the story of the Underground movement in the UK during the sixties and leads up to its culmination at The 14 Hour Technicolor Dream, an all night "musical happening" that was held at Alexandra Palace on April 29, 1967. The story takes in CND marches in the early sixties, the foundation of the London Free School and from that the International Times, the UFO Club and the Notting Hill Carnival. There are brand new interviews with Roger Waters and Nick Mason from Pink Floyd, John "Hoppy" Hopkins, Joe Boyd, Kevin Ayers, Barry Miles, Arthur Brown, Phil May from The Pretty Things and many more. All of this is set in a musical context with the music of Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd.
TRACK LISTING Features clips from songs performed by: Pink Floyd (with Syd Barrett) The Pretty Things The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
Plus bonus Pink Floyd performances: 1) Astronomy Domine - Queen Elizabeth Hall, May 14, 1967 2) Scarecrow - Pathe News, July 8, 1967 3) Arnold Layne - Peter Whitehead promo, March 10, 1967
Bonus Features * Three full Pink Floyd performances with Syd Barrett on guitar and vocals from 1967. * Additional interviews with Roger Waters, Nick Mason and others not included in the broadcast version.
3 Pink Floyd full performances with Syd Barrett? NO... 3 videos, that's it. And the rest, a full bunch of jibby jabba about crazy people doing drugs and "underground"... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Javier Mora Umana
An excellent documentary, maybe the best one about 60's psychedelia.Published 12 months ago by Maria Cristina Garcia Garcia