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LONDON - LIVE 66-67

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.04 | 67 ratings

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idiotPrayer
3 stars I am reviewing the LP/CD version, not the DVD. It comes only with the music, the two tracks Instellar Overdrive and Nick's Boogie, in the form of a heavyweight vinyl and a CD.

This is classic experimental, psychadelic and trippy music at it's best. It truly captures the mood of the sixties in London and a young experimental jamming band (I'm sure the film does even better). The music is not for the fans of only DSOTM and The Wall or other more song oriented and conventional music (it however not an impossibility to like both eras of PF). The songs are instrumental, probably improvised and very free-from. The songs are both in the same vein, but you will not get tired. They don't require very active listening, but if you have the time and patience it will enhance the experience.

The vinyl package is one of the most beautiful I've seen in a while. The stunning cover photo looks great in LP size, and the inside of the thick gatefold sleeve is even more beautilful, containing psychadelic photo art of London. Great for the Floyd obsessed.

idiotPrayer | 3/5 |

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