Syd Barrett & Pink Floyd
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Syd Barrett Tribute, Barbican London, May 10th

Syd Barrett
Madcap's Last Laugh 10 May 2007 / 19:30 Barbican Hall Part of Only Connect
Tickets: £15 / £20 / £25 subject to availability

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An evening in homage to the eccentric genius of Pink Floyd founding member Syd Barrett whose creative legacy and quintessential English vocal delivery has proven remarkably influential. Barrett was an obscure figure whose life-long struggle with mental illness shortened his creative period in music to only 7 years, however during that short time such classics as Arnold Layne and See Emily Play and Floyds first album The Piper at The Gates of Dawn were all written and recorded.

Recently David Bowie, Bobby Gillespie, Brian Eno and Jimmy Page have all paid personal tribute to the 'Crazy Diamond'.

This special event curated with Barrett's first producer Joe Boyd features many special guests performing Syd’s songs as well as rare film footage, lighting effects and spoken word.

Produced by the Barbican

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Blogger BrianW said...

...and Pink Floyd made a surprise appearance to sing "Arnold Layne" and "Bike" as a finale. Brian W

May 11, 2007 at 7:27 AM  

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