Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd

A Retrospective on DVD, Ummagumma

DVD - 2012
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Critical review of 'Ummagumma', the first double album released by English rock band Pink Floyd. With rare performance footage featuring songs from the album, the programme explores contrasting views about the record, including those of the band members themselves.
Publisher: [S.l.] : Anvil Media, 2012
Description: 1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inc
Branch Call Number: DVD 782.42166 Pin
Additional Contributors: Pink Floyd (Musical group)


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Aug 23, 2015

Yes. I do like the musical group, Pink Floyd, but, with that said, I sure found this "Ummagumma" retrospective documentary (from 2006) to be on the boring side, for the most part.

37 years after the release of 1968's Ummagumma album, it seems that journalists and record producers have been called forward here to comment on this record's overall influence in the era of psychedelia, and beyond.

Also containing band member, radio interviews from 1995 (as well as vintage film clips and stills), this decidedly dry and disappointing documentary has a running time of only 53 minutes.

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