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Pink Floyd's Cambridge

Johnny Black, Q, September 1994

Cambridge? Dreaming spires, boatered buffoons, cravat-wearing spy rings, punting and finger-in-the-lug folk festivals. Yeah, and one of the world's biggest ever bands. Johnny Black traces the roots, and moreover routes, of Pink Floyd.

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