Fascinating insight into not just the making of the album but the history of Floyd up until this point. Poignant interviews regarding the sudden mental implosion of Syd Barrett and how important he was in allowing Floyd to achieve what they did.
It also feels that all band members are at long last at peace with each other and have made sense with where they were at when making their most successful albums.
Articulate, honest and funny, well worth a visit by even the most casual Pink Floyd listener.
The bonuses are great too, with Waters and Gilmour each doing their own solo renditions of Wish You Were Here, very brave it is too with no studio trickiery, just them, their voices and their guitars...
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