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Echoes - The Complete History Of Pink Floyd

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Media: Book
Artist: Pink Floyd
Catalogue #: 9780955462405
ISBN: 9780955462405


From gigs in tiny church halls in the mid-sixties to multi-million selling albums and spectacular stadium shows all around the world, the Pink Floyd story is a rock legend.

This remarkable book is a celebration of Pink Floyd’s entire career through 2007, marking the official 40th anniversary since they started recording. It contains a biographical account of the band’s collective and individual careers from their pre-Floyd origins in 1962 right through to the present day.

Echoes also combines, for the very first time, a meticulously researched chronological listing of every single Pink Floyd and solo concert, set list, TV and radio appearance, plus a UK and US discography.

Illustrated throughout with a wealth of rare and previously unpublished photographs as well as rare graphic memorabilia, including posters, advertisements, handbills and tickets from ever era of the band’s remarkable history, it is, quite simply, the most comprehensive account of Pink Floyd in print.

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Published on: 15/02/2007
Format: Biography
Length: 368 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Mind Head Publishing
Author: Glenn Povey

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