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Pink Floyd Today in 1970, the Floyd's UK tour of that year...

Pink Floyd Today in 1970, the Floyd's UK tour of that year started in the city of Nottingham. Here's a picture of David and Richard relaxing before a show, from that era...
10/01/2017 - 16:42
Today in 1970, the Floyd's UK tour of that year started in the city of Nottingham. Here's a picture of David and Richard relaxing before a show, from that era...
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Pink Floyd A very happy birthday to Aubrey 'Po' Powell, Creative Director of Pink Floyd and co-founder of the Hipgnosis design team. Here's Po at the launch of the Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains at London's V&A, under the large screen in the Performance Zone:
A very happy birthday to Aubrey 'Po' Powell, Creative Director of Pink Floyd and co-founder of the Hipgnosis design team. Here's Po at the launch of the Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains at London's V&A, under the large screen in the Performance Zone:
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Pink Floyd Next Friday, September 22nd, Ray Winkler (CEO and design director of Stufish – designers of The Pink Floyd Exhibition) is doing a talk as part of the London Design Festival.

"Making Entertainment Architecture", with Ray in conversation with V&A Senior Curator Victoria Broackes, starts at 4pm, and tickets are now on sale: http://bit.ly/2xDWIvI

Ray will be discussing such things as:
- Redefining entertainment architecture as a unique creative discipline
- Adapting a design approach for an diverse portfolio of work: from permanent and semi-permanent buildings, live productions, master planning and more
- How pioneering rock shows are staged and toured – from initial idea, to final production
- Creating theatrical design for The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains
- Working at the intersection of architecture and performance
- Ensuring design intent is maintained while delivering extraordinary, yet feasible and functional buildings and structures

[Picture: copyright Stufish]
Next Friday, September 22nd, Ray Winkler (CEO and design director of Stufish – designers of The Pink Floyd Exhibition) is doing a talk as part of the London Design Festival. "Making Entertainment Architecture", with Ray in conversation with V&A Senior Curator Victoria Broackes, starts at 4pm, and tickets are now on sale: http://bit.ly/2xDWIvI Ray will be discussing such things as: - Redefining entertainment architecture as a unique creative discipline - Adapting a design approach for an diverse portfolio of work: from permanent and semi-permanent buildings, live productions, master planning and more - How pioneering rock shows are staged and toured – from initial idea, to final production - Creating theatrical design for The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains - Working at the intersection of architecture and performance - Ensuring design intent is maintained while delivering extraordinary, yet feasible and functional buildings and structures [Picture: copyright Stufish]
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Pink Floyd Arriving in record stores today in 1975, wrapped in opaque black plastic, was Pink Floyd's latest album, Wish You Were Here. As a (fairly reluctant) concession to the record company and retailers, a sticker - designed by Hipgnosis artist George Hardie - was added to the cover, depicting the elements and including the artist and title, alongside the handshake.
Arriving in record stores today in 1975, wrapped in opaque black plastic, was Pink Floyd's latest album, Wish You Were Here. As a (fairly reluctant) concession to the record company and retailers, a sticker - designed by Hipgnosis artist George Hardie - was added to the cover, depicting the elements and including the artist and title, alongside the handshake.
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Pink Floyd 50 years ago, the band appeared at Gyllene Cirkeln, Stockholm, Sweden. This picture shows them at the venue on that day; the recording of their performance can be found on the 1965-67 CAMBRIDGE ST/ATION individual Early Years set, and of course within the full box set too.
50 years ago, the band appeared at Gyllene Cirkeln, Stockholm, Sweden. This picture shows them at the venue on that day; the recording of their performance can be found on the 1965-67 CAMBRIDGE ST/ATION individual Early Years set, and of course within the full box set too.
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Pink Floyd Today in 1987, Pink Floyd's A Momentary Lapse of Reason tour started in Ottawa, in front of 25,000 fans. The tour was initially intended to last for 11 weeks, but they ended up performing just under 200 shows ultimately...
Today in 1987, Pink Floyd's A Momentary Lapse of Reason tour started in Ottawa, in front of 25,000 fans. The tour was initially intended to last for 11 weeks, but they ended up performing just under 200 shows ultimately...
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Pink Floyd From David Gilmour 'Live At Pompeii' Released 29 September 2017. Listen and pre-order here http://smarturl.it/DGPompeii.
Also, in cinemas worldwide on 13 September - www.DavidGilmourCinemaTickets.com.
From David Gilmour 'Live At Pompeii' Released 29 September 2017. Listen and pre-order here http://smarturl.it/DGPompeii. Also, in cinemas worldwide on 13 September - www.DavidGilmourCinemaTickets.com.
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Pink Floyd It's the 30th anniversary of A Momentary Lapse of Reason, which featured a typically impressive yet hugely impractical cover, shot by Storm Thorgerson and his team on Saunton Sands in Devon (a beach used for some of the scenes in the film Pink Floyd – The Wall). Here's an alternate shot from the session, showing the perils of using tidal bodies of water...
It's the 30th anniversary of A Momentary Lapse of Reason, which featured a typically impressive yet hugely impractical cover, shot by Storm Thorgerson and his team on Saunton Sands in Devon (a beach used for some of the scenes in the film Pink Floyd – The Wall). Here's an alternate shot from the session, showing the perils of using tidal bodies of water...
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Pink Floyd Many happy returns to Roger Waters, who celebrates his birthday today in the midst of his Us + Them tour. [Photo: Kate Izor]
Many happy returns to Roger Waters, who celebrates his birthday today in the midst of his Us + Them tour. [Photo: Kate Izor]
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Pink Floyd Twenty-three years ago today...the first of three nights at the Feyenoord Stadium, more used to football matches than Pink Floyd concerts!
Twenty-three years ago today...the first of three nights at the Feyenoord Stadium, more used to football matches than Pink Floyd concerts!
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Pink Floyd A pair of fundraising concerts were held at London's Roundhouse (previously a railway train shed, with a turntable for locomotives) in September 1967, and the band headlined both nights:
A pair of fundraising concerts were held at London's Roundhouse (previously a railway train shed, with a turntable for locomotives) in September 1967, and the band headlined both nights:
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Pink Floyd To advertise the August 1988 UK concerts, Pink Floyd employed an inflatable which floated over the River Thames, close to the Houses of Parliament...
To advertise the August 1988 UK concerts, Pink Floyd employed an inflatable which floated over the River Thames, close to the Houses of Parliament...