A-NIS: PINK FLOYD - BBC ALBA MUSIC DOCUMENTARY FILM (2014)
At the heart of the successful band was their lead singer, Syd Barrett. David Gilmour came on board in December 1967, but Barrett left his band the following year due to his mental health. After Barrett left, the songs were written by Waters and he was behind some very successful albums such as 'Dark Side of The Moon' and 'The Wall.'
From the late 1960s, Pink Floyd's members were at odds and it was disagreement that led Wright and Waters to leave the band. Despite the rivalry, Pink Floyd are in high demand and are among the biggest rock bands in the world.
A-Nis: Pink Floyd is the biography of the band that have sold 250 million records and have played to packed houses all over the world. Pink Floyd were started in 1965 by Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Roger Waters and Rick Wright.
The heart of this successful band was lead singer Syd Barrett. In December 1967, David Gilmour came on board, but Barrett left the band in the following year, as a result of his failing mental health. Following Barrett's departure, Waters took over songwriting and he was the driving force behind successful records such as 'Dark Side of The Moon,' and 'The Wall.'
From the band's beginnings in the sixties, relationships between band members were frequently strained and discord ultimately led to, first, Wright and then Waters to leave the band. Despite conflict, Pink Floyd are hugely popular and they rank amongst the biggest bands in the world. (44:44)
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