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David Gilmour and Roger Waters performing Dark Side of the Moon. Jill Furmanovsky recalls "I was the official photographer on the Dark Side of the Moon/Wish You Were Here UK tour, and took pictures over a period of approximately five weeks as the band toured England and Scotland."

Listen Free to Dark Side of the Moon Live at Wembley 1974 (Friday 5pm)

The Official Pink Floyd YouTube channel has made the full recording of Dark Side of the Moon Live at Wembley 1974 available for you to listen to online, for free. This follows them making the main album recording free to listen to last Friday. Lucky us! You can listen to the free recording below from 5pm GMT on Friday 31st March 2023. Alternatively, you can get it on Vinyl separately or in the new box set for the 50th Anniversary. Whilst the box set might not be affordable for most people, check Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com for latest pricing. Pink Floyd Live Pink Floyd performed at the Empire Pool, Wembley (now known as Wembley Arena) in London, England, as part of their “The Dark Side of the Moon” tour. The concerts took place on November 14, 15, 16 and 17th, 1974. These performances were notable for their elaborate stage productions, with visual and sound effects,...

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Listen to Dark Side of the Moon 50th Anniversary Edition for Free

The wait is finally over because Pink Floyd’s mammoth and very expensive Dark Side of the Moon deluxe box set it out today. Luckily, there are also separates available which fans might want to top up their collection with, and you can also listen to the new remastered album for free below from 5pm GMT onwards today. Check Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com for latest pricing as it might “come down” soon! My Unboxing video and unboxing photos Pink Floyd’s groundbreaking album, The Dark Side Of The Moon, celebrates its 50th anniversary with a deluxe box set that pays tribute to its enduring legacy. Originally released in March 1973, this revolutionary album was developed during live performances and recorded at the legendary EMI Studios (now Abbey Road Studios) in London. The iconic album cover, featuring a prism spectrum, was designed by Storm Thorgerson of Hipgnosis and illustrated by George Hardie. The 50th-anniversary edition box set is...

Pink Floyd Founded School Schoolhouse Education to Close

Pink Floyd Founded School Schoolhouse Education to Close

Links – //Discuss on Forum | Times Education Supplement | Schoolhouse Education | An independent but state-funded school established with the help of one of the world’s biggest bands, Pink Floyd, has been forced to close after 40 years. Schoolhouse Education, which claims it was the “original free school”, is to shut its Lewisham site in June after failing to attract enough students and losing funding from the local authority. Its Greenwich site will remain open. The school was founded to help disaffected students in south London, and was able to open thanks to a £1,000 donation from Pink Floyd, raised at an Oxfam concert in Wembley in 1972. A newsletter published by teachers and students at the school in 1972 said: “Thank you Pink Floyd, without whom, quite literally, we would not have survived.” Read full story on TES website.