This is THE essential book for all Pink Floyd fans: the most amazingly comprehensive guide to the band's entire career, complete with rare and never-before-seen photographs plus key memorabilia. Representing years of painstaking research by Floyd expert and documentarian Glenn Povey, it covers every event of note, and includes a full record of concerts, rehearsals, recordings, releases (vinyl and otherwise), interviews, set lists, and new material about the Abbey Road recording sessions. The Complete Pink Floyd is simply an unequalled look at one of rock 'n' roll's most innovative groups from its beginnings to the present.
About the Author
Glenn Povey founded the highly regarded Pink Floyd fanzine Brain Damage and was its editor from 1985 to 1993. He co-wrote Pink Floyd in the Flesh: The Complete Performance History (St. Martin's Griffin), and authored the original edition of Echoes (Chicago Review Press), which superseded that book as the number-one authority on the history of the band. He has written extensively about the band for Mojo, Record Collector, Classic Rock, and other music magazines. He works in artist management and tour production in the music industry and lives in Hertfordshire, England.