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Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon (2003)

Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon (2003)

Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon

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Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon is a behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of the classic 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon. Features individual interviews with bandmembers Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and Richard Wright about the writing and recording process. Also features concert and studio footage, video clips, and original demo recording sessions. Engineer Alan Parsons and cover artist Storm Thorgerson offer up commentary, while several music journalists and record label executives reveal some brief insight. Discussions involve the studio-specific techniques used to create the clock loops on "Time," the cash register sounds on "Money," and the vocal chorus on "The Great Gig in the Sky." Special features include alternate versions of "Brain Damage," "Breathe," and "Time."more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Documentary
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On DVD: Aug 26, 2003
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As a long-time fan of the band (going back to Umma-Gumma and having seen them live seven times), I have to say this was one of the best rock documentaries this viewer has seen. In it we learn of the creative process, the collaboration of the band members and the technical people, the marketing savvy of the studio executive charged with bringing the band to their American audience, and the serendipity of some of the impromptu contributors to this iconic album of the early 70s. Fascinating to hear the band and the people involved reminiscing about recording the songs on a record that stayed on the Billboard album charts for nearly seven years. This one needs to be in this viewer's DVD collection!

Mark Abell
Mark Abell

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Documentary explores Pink Floyd's most successful album financially (and arguably creatively), delving a little bit into the band's origins and then going through the album track by track, and what it's development and success meant to the band. It was a decent watch, and had some tidbits I didn't know before.

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