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Syd Barrett and The Beatles: 1966-1969 by John J. Olivar

Syd Barrett and The Beatles: 1966-1969
by John J. Olivar

Pink Floyd 1966
The Pink Floyd appear at dawn, Syd Barrett on the right: ’14 Hour Technicolor Dream,’ 1967.

An often-debunked rumor has suggested that Syd Barrett participated in a version of the Beatles song “What’s the New Mary Jane.” While the chronology below does not attempt to prove that Barrett played on a Beatles track, it may show that the notion is not so far-fetched, and has a bit more to it than just bootleggers’ mislabelings.

I’ve tried to list all reliably documented instances of Barrett at a location simultaneously with the Beatles. Barrett and Beatles session information comes from Parker and Lewisohn, respectively (see Reference Materials). Songs are identified by their finished titles. All sessions (except those on 12 October, 1967) took place at EMI Studios, 3 Abbey Road, St. John’s Wood, London, NW8.

Gathering The Evidence

15 October, 1966 – The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London

The Pink Floyd headline a launch party for the International Times. Yoko Ono performs in the middle of a set by the Soft Machine (members of which would comprise Barrett’s studio group in 1969). Paul McCartney attends, “disguised as an Arab” (IT report), and soon becomes an outspoken supporter of Pink Floyd.

21 February, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 11:00pm-6:00am
“Matilda Mother”

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-12:45am
“Fixing a Hole”

Barrett’s first-ever session at Abbey Road occurs along with one of the Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’ dates. All of Syd’s recordings there with Pink Floyd (1967-1968) are produced by former Beatles engineer Norman Smith.

15 March, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 2:30pm-5:30pm, 6:30pm-12:30am
“Chapter 24”

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-1:30am
“Within You Without You”

Each session results in just a single take: the final version of “Chapter 24,” and the first of “Within You Without You.”

20 March, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 2:30pm-6:30pm, 7:30pm-12:00am
“Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk,” “The Scarecrow”

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-3:30am
“Beatle Talk,” “She’s Leaving Home”

Entering the realm of conjecture: Pink Floyd’s break appears to coincide with the Beatles’ arrival.

21 March, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 2:30pm-7:30pm, 8:30pm-1:00am
“Pow R Toc H”

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-2:45 am
“Getting Better,” “Lovely Rita”

Pink Floyd “officially” meet the Beatles–it’s well-documented that John Lennon was under the influence of LSD on this evening. Though speculative, it’s certainly not improbable that Barrett may have been as well. “Pow R Toc H” was recorded in its entirety on this day, Syd adding lead guitar overdubs after a one hour break. Pink Floyd entered Studio 2 to meet the Beatles “at around 11pm” (Lewisohn).

EMI Session Sheet

22 March, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 7:00pm-2:15am
“The Scarecrow,” “Interstellar Overdrive”

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-2:15am
“Within You Without You”

Exactly the same starting/finishing times make some kind of post or pre-session encounter with George Harrison (perhaps the only Beatle present) seem plausible enough. The Pink Floyd Encyclopedia (First Edition) states that this was the night Pink Floyd met the Beatles.

25 March, 1967

“The Pink Floyd… have now completed five tracks of their first album. Beatle Paul McCartney has already dropped into several of the sessions…” (Melody Maker).

17 April, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 2:30pm-7:00pm, 8:15pm-12:15am
“Lucifer Sam,” “Astronomy Dominé”

Beatles, Studio 2 Control Room, 7:00pm-10:30pm
“Getting Better,” “She’s Leaving Home,” “When I’m Sixty-Four,” “Lovely Rita” (stereo mixing, all four titles)

Nicholas Schaffner’s Saucerful of Secrets relates a Barry Miles reminiscence of McCartney, Harrison, and Ringo Starr dropping in on a Pink Floyd session “towards the end of April… during one of the final ‘Pepper’ sessions.” If the description is accurate, this appears to be the only date when this could have taken place.

Advert for the 14 Hour Technicolour Dream at which Pink Floyd played and John Lennon attended
Advert for the 14 Hour Technicolor Dream: Lennon and McCartney attend.

29 April, 1967 – Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, London

Pink Floyd headline the “14 Hour Technicolor Dream.” John Lennon and Paul McCartney attend (Lennon captured on film); Yoko Ono presents a performance art happening.

7 June, 1967

Pink Floyd, Studio 3, 8:00pm-10:30pm
“Matilda Mother”

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-2:00am
“You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)”

Though it’s not clear what was done to “Matilda Mother” (perhaps just editing or mixing), the Beatles session became exploratory. After overdubs and varied experiments, about 20 minutes of largely improvised rhythm tracks were recorded, including performances on flute, guitar, drums, organ and tambourine.

July, 1967

In an interview with Jacques Allemant for French magazine ‘Les Rockers,’ Barrett names “The Cream and The Beatles” as his preferred bands.

12 October, 1967 – De Lane Lea Studios

Pink Floyd, 7:00pm-12:00pm
“Remember A Day,” “Vegetable Man”

Beatles, 2:30pm-8:00pm
“It’s All Too Much” (mono mixing)

It’s likely that Harrison was present for this mono remixing, a job apparently adjacent to the mixing of “Remember a Day” (Lennon, McCartney, and Starr were at Abbey Road, helping record “Shirley’s Wild Accordion,” incidental soundtrack music for ‘Magical Mystery Tour’). Pink Floyd’s work for the day included vocal overdubs onto “Vegetable Man.”

May, 1968

Syd Barrett, ousted from his role as leader of the underground’s favorite group, begins work on his first solo album.

John Lennon, disenchanted with his role as leader of the overground’s favorite group, begins work on his first solo album (‘Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins’) with Yoko Ono.
Lennon/Ono collaborations begin to infiltrate the Beatles’ sessions, causing friction among band members (note: the nearly unlistenable first side of ‘Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With the Lions’ would be recorded live in Syd’s native Cambridge on 2 March, 1969).

20 June, 1968

Syd Barrett, Studio 3, 7:00pm-10:30pm
“Swan Lee,” “Late Night,” “Golden Hair”

Beatles, Studios 1, 2, and 3, 7:00pm-3:30am
“Revolution 9”

Identical starting times, and the fact that Lennon eventually took over all three studios, increases the likelihood that he encountered Barrett again on this night.

27 June, 1968

Syd Barrett, Studio 3, 2:30pm-10:00pm (Break 5:30pm-7:00pm)
“Swan Lee,” “Late Night,” “Golden Hair”

Beatles, Studio 2, 5:00pm-3:45am
“Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey”

Syd’s 90-minute break provides some intrigue, as do overdubs of a handbell and chocalho (Brazilian shaker) onto the Beatles song. A chocalho or similar shaker is audible as high-end percussion on Barrett’s “Lanky (Part 1),” made the previous month.

After his session of 20 July 1968, the nature of Barrett’s musical activities over the next 8 months is not known.

14 August, 1968

Beatles, Studio 2, 7:00pm-4:30am
“Yer Blues,” “What’s The New Mary Jane”

Four takes of the second title were taped, one a breakdown, the others timed at 2.35, 3.45, and 6.45. After acknowledging John and George as the only Beatles performing, Mark Lewisohn writes: “But Yoko and Mal Evans too–judging by the original session tape–were also joining in the fun.” The “judging by the original session tape” comment seems an admission that, although Yoko is identifiable vocally, the names of other participants are not known. Lewisohn further observes:

“…at the end of takes two and four someone vigorously shook a handbell and someone else hammered away at a xylophone. During take four someone deliberately rustled paper into a microphone…”

Without overstating the case, the same activities do appear on Barrett records. Vigorously shaken handbells are heard on “Flaming” and during the coda of “Scream Thy Last Scream.” Much vibraphone hammering resonates in Syd’s “Lanky (Part 1),” and rustled paper endears itself to fans of “She Took A Long Cold Look” and “Dolly Rocker” (note: I hear no xylophone on take four of “What’s the New Mary Jane” on ‘Anthology 3,’ though a sampling of vibraphone may be evident at 3.13-3.23).

25 July, 1969

Beatles, Studio 2, 2:30pm-2:30am
“Sun King,” “Mean Mr. Mustard,” “Come Together,” “Polythene Pam,” “She Came In Through the Bathroom Window”
26 July, 1969

Syd Barrett, Studio 2, 7:00am-12:30pm
“She Took A Long Cold Look,” “Long Gone,” “Wouldn’t You Miss Me,” “Feel,” “If It’s In You”

Barrett arrives at Studio 2 for a morning session–to be produced by his ex-bandmates David Gilmour and Roger Waters. In the wake of a marathon Beatles date, he hurriedly completes five titles unaccompanied, and thus ends the recording of his solo masterpiece ‘The Madcap Laughs.’

Conclusion

During the period of 1966-1969, Beatles records featured uncredited guest appearances by Brian Jones (“You Know My Name”), Eric Clapton (“While My Guitar Gently Weeps”), Tiny Tim (“The Beatles 1968 Christmas Record”), numerous unidentified Indian and classical musicians, and others.

If Syd Barrett took part in any Beatles recording (issued or not), it would likely be either “Revolution 9,” “Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey” (he was actually “in house” and available when these took place), or “What’s the New Mary Jane,” a free-for-all with some of his musical motifs evident. The first and last titles are Lennon, Harrison, and Ono performances. Although The Beatles A to Z states that Harrison also participated in John and Yoko’s 1969 Cambridge concert, I’ve found no other source that confirms this.

 

Reference Materials:

  • Allan, Jon II (editor). ‘Late Night’ Magazine, Number 3. Barrington, New Hampshire, 1999.
  • Fitch, Vernon. The Pink Floyd Encyclopedia (First Edition). Collector’s Guide Publishing, Inc., Burlington, Ontario, 1998.
  • Friede, Goldie et al. The Beatles A to Z. Methuen, New York, 1980.
  • Hodges, Rick, and Priston, Ian. Embryo: A Pink Floyd Chronology. Cherry Red Books, London, 1998.
  • Kelly, John, and Parker, David (editors). Chapter 24 – Issue 3. London, 1995.
  • Lewisohn, Mark. The Beatles: Recording Sessions. Harmony Books, New York, 1988.
  • Palacios, Julian. Lost In the Woods. Boxtree, London, 1998.
  • Parker, David. Random Precision. Cherry Red Books Ltd., London, 2001.
  • Schaffner, Nicholas. Saucerful of Secrets: The Pink Floyd Odyssey. Harmony Books, New York, 1991.

Before They Were Pink Floyd – A History of the Band Pre Floyd

A brief look at the bands the Pink Floyd members were part of before the Pink Floyd formed and started going places! Feel free to discuss this article on the forum when read.

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Being in the right place at the right time and meeting the right people seems key to success in the music industry. A love of the new music pouring in from the USA in the form of Rhythm and Blues numbers, which allowed young teenagers to rebel against their parents Jazz and classical collections, would have inspired young men the country over to pick up a guitar and form a R&B band!

The death of Roger Barrett’s father and the flying of the nest of his siblings meant that Barrett’s liberal mother allowed up to 30 young people at a time to invade a room in her house to jam and listen to the new music, play guitars and smoke the occasional joint. Barrett was very much a shining beacon on the Cambridge music scene.

Above: Syd Barrett with Those Without in 1964
Below: David Gilmour on performing live with Jokers Wild in the mid 1960s.

Barrett played in his first band Geoff Mott & The Mottoes in Cambridge during the spring of 1962. He then moved on to Those Without from June – September 1963. Meanwhile, David Gilmour played several times in Cambridge in 1962 and 1963 in his first band, The Ramblers, although only playing a couple of shows with them. He went on to play more shows with his second band Chris Ian & The Newcomers and later just The Newcomers when Chris Ian departed. David would then go on to play semi-professionally with Jokers Wild and play quite a few dates around Cambridge as a local hero having taken to the guitar!

The London Scene was also the place where several bands were formed by other members of what would later become Pink Floyd. Nick Mason, Richard Wright and Roger Waters were all based in London and, from Autumn 1963, were playing in various bands. Sigma 6 was up first as a jamming group. This band was put together by Clive Metcalf whilst Nick Mason, Roger Waters and Richard Wright were attending Regent Street Polytechnic. It would then morph into The Abdabs and, occasionally, even The Screaming Abdabs!

It was in Autumn 1964 that Syd Barrett had left Cambridge and had joined his future Pink Floyd band mates to play in the band The Spectrum Five. It would soon become Leonard’s Lodgers as Leonard, landlord to some of the Floyd at the time, had a PA system so was most welcome in the band!

In January 1965, the collection of people currently rehearsing as Leonard’s Lodgers would become one solid unit with varying names such as The Pink Floyd Blues Sound, The Pink Floyd Sound, The Tea Set and, eventually, just The Pink Floyd! It was as this group, after Chris Dennis (vocalist) left Barrett, Waters, Mason, Klose and Wright to their own devices, that they recorded their first demo as The Pink Floyd in the Regent Street Polytechnic during some studio downtime. These three tracks were the cover of a Slim Harpo R&B standard ‘I’m A King Bee’, and three Barrett original compositions ‘Double O Bo’, ‘Butterfly (AKA ‘Flutter By Butterfly’)’ and ‘Lucy Leave’.

An early incarnation of The Pink Floyd with Bob Klose back right.

Bob Klose, who was playing guitar, left the band in the summer of 1965 as his parents were moaning at him due to his lack of commitment to his studies. When term break came, Barrett started his first serious relationship with Lindsay Corner and had his first acid trip in Cambridge with friend Dave Gale. It was liquid LSD 25 dropped haphazardly onto sugar cubes so they took rather large doses! Barrett had hold of a orange, a plum and a matchbox. The fruit represented Venus and Jupiter apparently and Storm Thorgerson would use this story to embelish various works of art in the future!

With the only accomplished musician Bob Klose gone, the rest of the band simply couldn’t compete with all the other bands playing R&B tracks so had to change direction slightly! Extended jams around basic chord structures were one option which they took up much to the delight of the underground scene. These extended jams earnt them much praise from the local music scene and, not too long down the road, from around the world.

So, the Floyd and Syd’s downfall had begun.
Births

1943 September 6th – Roger Waters born Great Bookham, Surrey
1945 January 27th – Nick Mason born
1945 July 28th – Richard Wright born
1946 January 6th – Roger Keith Barrett born
1946 March 6th – David Gilmour born


Bands (Members & Gigs)

 

Geoff Mott & The Mottoes (Cambridge Band)
(Spring, 1962)

Band Members

Roger “Syd” Barrett – Vocals
Geoff Mott – Vocals
Tony Sainty – Bass
Clive Welham – Drums

Performance History

11 March 1962 – Friends Meeting House, Cambridge, England

The Ramblers (Cambridge Band)
(March 1962 – October 1963)

Band Members

Richard Baker – Bass Guitar
David Gilmour – Guitar (in performances marked *)
John Gordon – Rhythm Guitar
Chris Marriot – Vocals
Mervyn Marriot – Guitar
Albie Prior – Guitar
Clive Welham – Drums

Performance History

1962

24 March 1962 – Free Church Hall, Cambridge, England

03 May 1962 – Guildhall, Cambridge, England
12 May 1962 – Free Church Hall, Cambridge, England
25 May 1962 – City Supporters Club, Cambridge, England

08 June 1962 – City Supporters Club, Cambridge, England

20 October 1962 – Free Church Youth Club, Cambridge, England

13 November 1962 – King’s Head, Fen Ditton, Cambridge, England

01 December 1962 – Guildhall, Cambridge, England
15 December 1962 – Fulbourn Hospital, Fulbourn, Cambridge, England

1963

16 February 1963 – Memorial Hall, Great Shelford, Cambridge, England

07 March 1963 – Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

15 April 1963 – Church Hall, Sawston, Cambridge, England*

16 May 1963 – Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England*

02 August 1963 – Rex Ballroom, Cambridge, England
17 August 1963 – Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

12 October 1963 – Village Hall, Harston, Cambridge, England

 

Chris Ian & The Newcomers (Cambridge Band)
(January – March 1963)

Band Members

Barney Barnes – Rhythm Guitar
Roger Bibby – Bass Guitar
Chris Ian Culpin – Drums
David Gilmour – Guitar, Vocals
Ken Waterson – Vocals


Performances

1963

26 January 1963 – Memorial Hall, Fulbourn, Cambridge, England

16 March 1963 – Guildhall, Cambridge, England
23 March 1963 – Village Hall, Dry Drayton, Cambridge, England
The Newcomers (Cambridge Band)
(April – October 1963)

Band Members

Barney Barnes – Rhythm Guitar
Roger Bibby – Bass Guitar
David Gilmour – Guitar, Vocals
Kenny Lennon – Vocals (performances marked *)
Johnny Philips – Vocals
Ken Waterson – Vocals
Willie Wilson – Drums


Performances

1963

04 May 1963 – Guildhall, Cambridge, England
25 May 1963 – Village Hall, Trumpington, Cambridge, England*
27 May 1963 – St Andrew’s Baptist Hall, Cambridge, England*

08 June 1963 – Rex Ballroom, Cambridge, England

03 August 1963 – Rex Ballroom, Cambridge, England
24 August 1963 – Rex Ballroom, Cambridge, England

05 October 1963 – Rex Ballroom, Cambridge, England

Those Without (Cambridge Band)
(June – September 1963)

Band Members

Roger “Syd” Barrett – Bass Guitar
Steve Pyle – Drums
Alan Sizer – Guitar, Vocals
Smudge – Guitar

Performances

1963

16 June 1963 – Congregational Church Youth Club, Cambridge, England

12 September 1963 – Chestnut College, Cambridge, England

The Hollerin’ Blues
(July 1964)

Band Members

Barney Barnes – Keyboard, Electric Piano, Vocals
Roger “Syd” Barrett – Guitar
Peter Glass – Harmonica
Steve Pyle – Drums
Ken Waterson – Vocals, Maracas, Harmonica

Performances

1964

July 1964 – Masonic Hall, Cambridge, England
July 1964 – Victoria Road Congregational Church Hall, Cambridge, England
July 1964 – Footlights Club, Cambridge, England

Jokers Wild (Cambridge Band)
(October 1964 to 1966)

Band Members

David Altham – Guitar, Saxophone, Keyboards, Vocals
David Gilmour – Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica
John Gordon – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Tony Sainty – Bass, Vocals (left in 1966)
Clive Welham – Drums, Vocals (to mid 1966)
Peter Gilmour – Bass Guitar, Vocals (early 1966 onwards)
Willie Wilson – Drums (mid 1966 onwards)


Performances

1964

14 October 1964 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

1965

13 January 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
20 January 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
28 January 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
30 January 1965 – Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England

13 February 1965 – Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England
19 February 1965 – Caius College Valentine Ball, Guildhall & Corn Exchange, Cambridge, England
22 February 1965 – Old English Gentlemen, Cambridge, England
24 February 1965 – Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England

26 March 1965 – The Racehorse, Cambridge, England

5 May 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
12 May 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
19 May 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

2 June 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

5 June 1965 – Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England
15 June 1965 – Peterhouse College May Ball, Peterhouse College, Cambridge, England
30 June 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

3 July 1965 – Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England
6 July 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

1 September 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
8 September 1965 – Les Jeux Interdits, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England

12 November 1965 – Bassingbourn Village College, Bassingbourn, Cambridge, England
19 November 1965 – Shadow Ball, Victoria Ballroom, Cambridge, England
26 November 1965 – Comberton College, Cambridge, England

00 Unknown 1965 – The Pit Club, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England
00 Unknown 1965 – Byam Shaw School of Art, Campden Hill, Notting Hill Gate, London (with Pink Floyd!!)
00 Unknown 1965 – Great Shelford, Cambridge, England

Sigma 6 (London Band)
(Autumn 1963)

This band was put together by Clive Metcalf whilst Nick, Roger and Richard Wright were attending Regent Street Polytechnic.

Band Members

Nick Mason – Drums
Roger Waters – Guitar
Richard Wright – Rhythm Guitar, piano, organ and brass
Clive Metcalf – Bass Guitar
Keith Noble – Vocals
Sheilagh Noble – Occasional backing vocals
Vernon Thompson – Rhythm Guitar

Performances

The band made a number of undocumented appearances at various informal parties.
The Abdabs (The Screaming Abdabs) (London Band)
(Spring-Summer 1964)


Band Members

Juliette Gale – Vocals
Nick Mason – Drums
Clive Metcalf – Bass
Keith Noble – Vocals
Roger Waters – Guitar
Richard Wright – Rhythm Guitar
Performances

00-00-1964 – The Marquee, Soho, London. They played as extras in an unidentified film.

The band also played at various private parties but never played any other music venues. They rehearsed at Regent Street Polytechnic often in addition to the flat of Mike Leonard much to the annoyance of the neighbours!

The Spectrum Five (London Band)
(Autumn 1964)

The Band

Roger “Syd” Barrett – Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Bob Klose – Guitar, harmonica, vocals
Nick Mason – Drums
Roger Waters – Bass, vocals
Richard Wright – Keyboards, Vocals
Performances

02 March 1964 – Beat City, Oxford Street, London
03 March 1964 – Beat City, Oxford Street, London
00 Unknown 1964 – Camberwell Art School, London
Leonard’s Lodgers (London Band)
(Winter 1964)

Band Members

Roger “Syd” Barrett – Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Bob Klose – Guitar, harmonica, vocals
Mike Leonard – Occasional Keyboards
Nick Mason – Drums
Roger Waters – Bass, vocals


Performances

None Documented

The Pink Floyd Blues Band / The Tea Set / The Pink Floyd
(January – Winter 1965)

The group of people below played a handful of gigs together changing their name when the situation required it! They recorded once under the name The Tea Set material which has not yet been unearthed. They also recorded a 7 inch acetate single featuring un-released songs Lucy Leave and King Bee.

Band Members

Roger “Syd” Barrett – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Nick Mason – Drums
Roger Waters – Bass, Vocals
Richard Wright – Keyboards, Saxophone, vocals
Bob Klose – Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals (left in summer)
Chris Dennis – Vocals (in January only)
Performances

00 February 1965 – Count Down, Palace Gate, Kensington, London

22 May 1965 – Summer Dance, Homerton College, Cambridge, England

26 June 1965 – Melody Maker National Beat Contest, Wimbledon Palais, Wimbledon, London
26 June 1965 – Beat Contest, The Country Club, Belsize Park, London

00 Unknown 1965 – Byam Shaw School of Art, Campden Hill, Notting Hill Gate, London (with Jokers Wild playing inside an enormous bird cage!).

00 Unknown 1965 – Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire, England (At Storm Thorgerson and Libby January’s engagement party with Jokers Wild and Paul Simon).
Bibliography

Inside Out – A Personal History of Pink Floyd by Nick Mason
Pink Floyd In The Flesh – The Complete Performance History by Glen Povey and Ian Russell
The Rough Guide To Pink Floyd – Toby Manning