I'm recognized, worldwide as a leading expert on Pink Floyd. I'm the presenter and producer of a Pink Floyd podcast called "Brain Damage - the definitive Pink Floyd radio show" at floydpodcast.com. Its been going strong since 2005... even the Floyd know about it (really, they do). Ask away... but please DO NOT ask me to appraise your rare Pink Floyd items.
See "Expertise"... I'm an avid Floyd fan/collector for 30+ years, since I was 8 years old. The sounds and sights of Pink Floyd have had a huge impact on my life.
I've been interviewed as an expert on Pink Floyd by several radio and television stations throughout North America.
BA in Radio from Emerson College
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Hi Liam, From looking at the label on the disc I can tell you with 100% certainty that you have a bootleg copy of something relating to the Dark Side of The Moon. I would need to hear what's on it
Hi TJ, Thank you for the question. So many copies were printed therefore it was very common for mistakes like this to happen. I've heard other instances where this happened just like yours. I'm not sure
Hello Rick, Thank you for the question. Yes, he was involved in the Madcap Laughs recording session May 3 1969. He played the fuzz organ on "Love You", "No Good Trying", "Clowns And Jugglers". I hope
Hello Jim thank you for the question. if you can please email me a photo of both sides to firstname.lastname@example.org and allow me to do some research and I'll get back to you. Better yet I would need
You would know right off the bat if it was a quadraphonic mix without a quad system. My guess is that you have an in-house radio station copy. Nothjng was was ever released on real to real. I would