Back in the day 00individual rarely brought a camera to concerts as he was a participator and preferred to view concerts through the lens of his eyes. But on these rare occasions he did.
So to commemorate the experience please allow for the less than perfect photos shot, and view them as reference to the height of Pink Floyd’s illustrious caeer and as an archive of those times.
The Minolta SRT-101 SLR 35mm camera is not to blame – the lack of professionalism lies in human error courtesy of 00individual and his three friends – LSD, Thai Stick, and the Thrill of it all.
As the ticket stub artifacts reveal, 00individual was gifted, in the spiritual sense, to have received Front Row Center Seats for Three Nights of Pink Floyd’s sold out five nights in a row concerts at the L.A. Sports Arena in 1975. Details on how 00individual acquired these tickets.
There was no one between 00individual and the band so he could only fit one Floyd per photo at a time!! Thirty years later he could photoshop the individual shots into one – see post header image.
And as an extra treat;
PINK FLOYD 9-22-72 Hollywood Bowl Dark Side Of The Moon debut!
00individual had good box seats so this time he brought his camera and caught a split-second classic Pink Floyd moment-in-time during “Careful with that Axe, Eugene” as the crescendo builds, and just as Waters screams; pink-lit smoke bombs explode and fill the stage! A truly amazing analog shot from that era.
AT THIS CONCERT PINK FLOYD DEBUT THE COMPLETE “DARK SIDE OF THE MOON”
SIX MONTHS BEFORE THE ALBUM’S RELEASE.
IN QUADRAPHONIC SOUND!
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