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1967 'Free School' documentary that works,
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This review is from: A Technicolor Dream [DVD]  (DVD)
I picked this up as it was advertised as having music from `The Pretty Things' a great and very underrated band, and Pink Floyd (what can be said).
This documentary I have to say is much better that I was expecting a lot of archive material that I have not seen before from the 1965 poetry reading at the `Albert Hall' right through to the Technicolor dream in 1967.
Strong interviews from Roger Waters (surprisingly funny), Nick Mason (as dry as ever) and even Phil May of the Pretty Things (would like to have heard more), plus many of the key players from the 'Free School' mid sixties.
For Pink Floyd fans there is the addition of 3 1967 performances in full as bonus material, the Black and white `Arnold Layne' promo, the Pathe colour promo of `Scarecrow', and `Astronomy Domine' from the BBC.
To sum, an informative and more interesting than usual, approach to the music and times of the summer of love concentrating on the Free School.