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Pink Floyd Rock Review a Critical Retrospective Trailer (2005)

"Pink Floyd Rock Review a Critical Retrospective" 01 January 2005 83 mins

Drawing on rare concert films, and penetrating interviews with the critics, this is the definitive exploration of the Pink Floyd phenomenon. Featuring extensive archive recordings, the key Pink Floyd works from the halcyon days of Syd Barrett through to Pulse are revisited and critically assessed.

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