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A Technicolor Dream

This documentary revisits the events that led up to "The 14 Hour Technicolor Dream" on April 29th, 1967, 'a musical happening' at Alexandra Palace that featured sets by some of the most relevant musical acts of the time, including the Syd Barrett-led Pink Floyd and The Pretty Things. With its combination of social relevance and artistic achievement, some consider this concert to be something akin to a British "Woodstock". Features new interviews with Roger Waters and Nick Mason from "Pink Floyd", John "Hoppy" Hopkins, Joe Boyd, Kevin Ayers, Barry Miles and Phil May from "The Pretty Things" and many more.

Year: 2008
Genre: Music Capsule, Counterculture, Music Capsule
Country: UK
Director: Stephen Gammond
Starring: Roger Waters, Nick Mason
Duration: 156 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains drug use and offensive language.
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