Classic Albums - Pink Floyd - The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon details
|Formats:||Ex DVD, Blu-ray|
|Studio:||EAGLE ROCK ENTERTAINMENT|
|Collections:||Classic Albums, Music Legends|
Classic Albums - Pink Floyd - The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon
|Run time:||1 hour 33 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Aug 2013|
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There is no dark side on the moon, reallyBy Fletch2001 from Fife , 28 Jan 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]A superbly crafted journey through the creative processes which shaped the greatest album of the twentieth century.
Band members Roger Waters, Dave Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright articulate the story which flows as elegantly as the 30 year old recording itself.
They describe the thoughts, ideas, fears, inspiration and hard work which blended together into an emotional nugget which has touched the life of millions.
Wordsmith Waters is on top form as he reveals some of his thoughts on life, "walk towards the light", he urges as a final comment.
This documentary gives us what the album did for its millions of devotees. It is captivating, thought- provoking, funny and utterly entertaining. Like the record you will want to experience this again and again.
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Floyd fan must watch :-)By metalcoreprincess (1 review) , 16 Dec 2012Brilliant film, always have loved Dark Side and to see all the work put into it is truly inspiring. Not a dull moment here!
Dark Side of the Moon documentary - My ReviewBy DaddyTank (228 reviews) from Ulan Bator , 03 Mar 2012I could probably write 5-10,000 words right now about how much I love Pink Floyd. I could probably donate 3,000 of those words to how great Dark Side is and a few thousand on how much I hate to hear Dave and Roger sing separatley, when so many of their songs rely on them harmonising. I could probably manage a 1,000 words on how much I will miss Rick Wright's beautiful piano playing. But this isn't the venue for that. If you like this album then you will enjoy this documentary.
Loved itBy a customer from Pontypridd , 27 Jan 2009I've seen this before and could watch it again and again. I loved the Bonus features, a must for all Floyd fans.
Music and passion...By Fafazina (23 reviews) from London , 15 Jun 2008A great film about this legendary and visionnary band...so powerfull...
Not to be MissedBy a customer from Bradford, West Yorkshire , 01 Apr 2008After owning the album for about 20 years, I was enthralled with this DVD. To be shown the way it was made and then to associate various sounds from the album with actual footage of how it was done fascinated me.
A must for all fans of the album, also a good insight into how albums were made before the digital revolution