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Pink Floyd: The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon (Classic Albums)
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audio in inglesedescrizionequesta e' la storia, raccontata dai partecipanti, della creazione di un capolavoro. the dark side of the moon e' l'album che ha trasformato i pink floyd in idoli mondiali. questo programma fa vedere la realizzazione traccia per traccia dell'album del 1973. ci sono interviste esclusive di tutti i membri della band, all'epoca roger waters, david gilmour, nick mason e richard wright.sotto titoli: italiano, francese, tedesco, portoghese, spagnolo
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This DVD stimulates memories of many a blazing night watching PF wind everyone up and blow us all away. It was great to see the original artists (including Roger) perform in clips from old films of the DSOTM concert plus see him 30 years later along with the elegantly spoken and awesomely gifted guitarist Dave Gilmore, keyboard guru Richard and thunder drummer Nick bandmates discussing their roles in the music creative process that transformed heavy-metal rock and roll into futuristic, crank it up to the max, even heavier-metal rock and roll with a sound signature like no other band then or since. Weird, Wild, Wonderful.
Any number of us PF maniacs can probably recall those outrageous tailgate parties that hammered us into a glorious haze before the concert. Afterwards, with ears ringing like gongs, we partied on and paraded around in Pink Floyd primo concert T- shirts with the tour dates listed on the back while listening to the latest PF release being blasted out of dozens of boom boxes as the night turned into dawn.
Those are the kinds of vibes that this DVD stirs up and I can tell you I loved every single minute of it. A MUST have for your Pink Floyd ultimate collection. It's spankin'!
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