Pink Floyd - London 1966-1967 (1966)

Pink Floyd - London 1966-1967

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A mini-feature culled from director Whitehead's rockumentary "Tonite Let's All Make Love in London," comprising footage of Pink Floyd's original lineup hard at work in the Sound Techniques studio in early 1967. Includes live performances of Pink Floyd at the UFO, birthplace of psychedelic imagery and improvisational rock shows. Also shown are the Floyd at Alexandra Place sharing a bill with Yoko Ono. Present in the audience is John Lennon with friend John Dunbar, who would introduce John to Yoko … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts
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What we have here is rare footage of Pink Floyd's original lineup during their first recording session as well as footage of the band at a couple of different clubs, mixed with general footage of the late 60's cultural scene in London. There's only two songs playing over all this, which might be disappointing to some, but since this is only a look at the early days of the band during their psychedelic era, it's not a big deal.

Besides the footage of the band there's some cool shots of 'the scene', and that includes a brief glimpse of Yoko Ono doing some performance art, as well as John Lennon checking things out. Even cooler is the fact that this was before those two officially met. So in a way, Peter Whitehead's film here is kinda historically vital, at least in a minor way.

The film also has supplemental interviews done at the time with people such as Mick Jagger, Michael Caine, Julie Christie, and David Hockney, wherein each person talks about the emerging culture scene and their take on it/place in it. These moments too, like the rest, are pretty neat.

All in all, this is cool stuff, but if you're not a Pink Floyd fan, or really into the cultural scene of late 60s London then you'll probably find little of value here. I was pretty into it though, so I had a good time. I just wish this film were longer.

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