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DVD Review: Going Underground

Sir Paul McCartney had no role in the making of Going Underground: Paul McCartney, the Beatles and the UK Counter Culture. But to the extent he even knows about it, he must surely approve. As he might say, he’s probably “well chuffed” about it. Extending to feature film length the argument that official Macca biographer

Album Review: Various Artists – The Dutch Woodstock (CD+DVD)

I’m a hardcore Pink Floyd fanatic. Yeah, one of those lot who insists that the stuff they did before The Dark Side of the Moon is filled with untold riches. The sort who (allegedly) has over 200 lossless audio documents of Floyd concerts, some dating back to the Syd Barrett era (though you can’t hear

Concert Review: The Machine, 10 Jan 2013 Asheville NC

My firsthand experience with tribute bands is quite limited; in general, the concept doesn’t do a lot for me. While there are quite a few acts touring (quite successfully, I should note) the works of more famous bands, many of them base their stage act on the visual style and cues of the band being

The Machine: A Living, Breathing Thing

The Machine are a four-piece band based in New York and dedicated to bringing the music of Pink Floyd to concert audiences. Since the last Pink Floyd concert (not counting the brief Live 8 reunion gig) was in October 1994, bands like The Machine are one of only a precious few ways to get a

Pink Floyd: A Critical Essay

Pink Floyd Discography Piper at the Gates of Dawn (Tower) 1967 A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower) 1968 More (Tower) 1969 Ummagumma (Harvest) 1969 “Zabriskie Point” Soundtrack (MGM/Rhino Movie Music) 1970/1997 Atom Heart Mother (Harvest) 1970 Meddle (Harvest) 1971 Relics (Harvest) 1971 Obscured by Clouds (Harvest) 1972 Dark Side of the Moon (Harvest) 1973 A Nice