Subtitle Behind the Wall

Hugh Fielder
Price $24.99 / £18.99
Description Description Explore the fascinating story of Pink Floyd, brought to vivid life with over 250 images, including live performance and candid off-stage photos as well as rare memorabilia.

With a music career spanning more than half a century, Pink Floyd is one of the most successful rock bands in history. The band has sold more than 250 million albums and continues to gain fans worldwide. Pink Floyd: Behind the Wall raises the curtain on the band’s history and enduring legacy.

Filled with behind-the-scenes stories and photos, this luxurious, large-format book tells the whole story of how the band started and gives you an up-close look at the creation of the band’s iconic songs and albums, including Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here.

The first complete illustrated history of Pink Floyd from 1965 through today, Pink Floyd: Behind the Wall includes:
  • The band’s entire history, including stories behind the band’s formation, recordings, and tours, as well as the bitter disputes, both public and private
  • Photographs of the band and its members, on and off the stage
  • Images of rare memorabilia like gig posters, concert tees, picture sleeves, backstage passes, buttons, and ticket stubs
  • A complete discography

This is a must-have volume for every Floyd fan.
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Format Hardcover Book 240 Pages
ISBN 9780785843719
Size9.25 in x 10.88 in / 234.95 mm x 276.35 mm
Published Date October 24th, 2023
Hugh Fielder
Hugh Fielder was a news editor for Sounds, he worked at Billboard’s London Bureau, and was editor of Tower Records’ Top Magazine. Through his career, he shared a spliff with Bob Marley, a cup of tea with Keith Richards, a pint with Robert Plant, a glass of wine with Roger Waters and David Gilmour (not together, obviously), and a frosty stare with Axl Rose. He is the author of Punk: The Brutal Truth and Lady Gaga: A Monster Romance.
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