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Pink Floyd: Royal Albert Hall, London

Chris Welch, Melody Maker, 5 July 1969

A SILENT, attentive crowd, joss sticks waving, a huge gong booming, and the Pink Floyd looning. It was strange inside the Royal Albert Hall, London, last week. It usually is strange inside the Albert Hall, but by thunder, the Floyd at work are enough to freak the most sober normal.

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