Syd Barrett & Pink Floyd
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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Today's Gig

On July 5 1967, The Pink Floyd once again played The Dance Hall on Eel Pie Island in Twickenham, Middlesex.

"Syd had a unique way of mixing. He would throw the levers on the board up and down, apparently at random, making pretty patterns with his hands. He was very demanding. You see, he was a painter and would not do anything unless he was doing it in an artistic way. He was 100 per cent creative and very hard on himself." Peter Jenner (quoted in Crazy Diamond: Syd Barrett & the Dawn of Pink Floyd by Mike Watkinson & Pete Anderson)


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