In 1967 iconic British rock band Pink Floyd was the subject of a feature on the Granada Television program Scene – Underground. Black and white video footage of the early lineup of the psychedelic group has been shared featuring a live performance from January 27, 1967.
Included as part of the 27-disc box set The Early Years 1965 – 1972, the newly posted video includes scenes from the band’s performance at the UFO Club in London. A Pink Floyd lineup of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright can be heard playing “Interstellar Overdrive” while a narrator discusses the band’s cultural impact.
Watch the clip from Scene – Underground below:
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