Legendary British rock group Pink Floyd was featured on the 1968 BBC television program The Sound Of Change. The band has shared footage from the special that documented an instrumental improvisation played in London on March 26, 1968.
Incorporated in the comprehensive 27-disc box set The Early Years 1965 – 1972, the clip features Pink Floyd made up of guitarist David Gilmour, bassist Roger Waters, drummer Nick Mason and keyboardist Richard Wright. The footage begins with images from the 1968 Paris protests and showcases Pink Floyd performing a psychedelic jam.
Watch the clip from The Sound Of Change here:
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