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The first ever studio recordings from the 1960s Pink Floyd line-up presented in their most luxurious packaging yet.
Two adventurous and exploratory performances from the Floyd featuring Syd Barrett - including an explosive 17 minute version of Interstellar Overdrive - sit alongside the era-defining Summer Of Love film Tonite let’s All Make Love In London.
Presented in a deluxe 36-page hardback book with the music available on 10" neon orange vinyl and CD, and the film (plus extras) on a Region 0, NTSC DVD. The book includes stills from the film and Pink Floyd photos taken backstage and on stage at the band's performance at All Saints in Notting Hill October 1966. Mike Stax provides an insightful revised introduction giving context of the lives that the band and Whitehead were living in during the recording of the film and music.
The two Pink Floyd pieces were recorded by Joe Boyd especially for the film, which also features rare performance footage from Boyd’s Sound Techniques studio plus material from the extraordinary 14 Hour Technicolour Dream event in April 1967 at Alexandra Palace and the UFO Club.
The DVD includes an overview with director Peter Whitehead, performance art by Yoko Ono and a Sgt. Pepper-era John Lennon taking in the festivities, as well as interviews with key figures in art, music and film (Mick Jagger, Michael Caine, David Hockney and Julie Christie).
CD / VINYL:
A. Interstellar Overdrive [16:46]
B. Nick`s Boogie [11:50]
1. Interstellar Overdrive [16:46]
2. Nick`s Boogie [11:50]
3. Interviews: Mick Jagger, Michael Caine, David Hockney and Julie Christie [17:25]
4. Footage capturing the London scene in the late sixties [04:37]
5. Overview with director Peter Whitehead [03:48]