Woodstock 1969 essays

According to a biography of founding Pink Floyd singer and guitarist Syd Barrett —gone by the time of the festival—footage of the Zappa/Floyd jam exists, part of an unreleased documentary of the event by Gerome Laperrousaz. That film has yet to surface, it seems, but we do have the film above---slipping between black-and-white and color---of Pink Floyd playing “Green is the Colour,” “Careful With That Axe, Eugene,” and “Set the Controls For the Heart of the Sun.” It’s a must watch if only for Roger Waters’ bone-chilling screams in the second song.

Woodstock 1969 essays

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