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Pink Floyd’s Debut on American TV, Restored in Shade (1967)


A number of years in the past, Josh Jones took you inside Pink Floyd’s first look on American tv. In 1967, after releasing their first album Piper on the Gates of Daybreak, the band got here to the States and made their unlikely TV debut on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, performing “Apples and Oranges.” That’s the “third single and the ultimate track Barrett wrote for the band earlier than he suffered a psychotic break onstage and was changed by David Gilmour.”

Our unique publish featured grainy black and white footage of the looks. Above, you’ll be able to watch a restored, colorized model that took almost a yr to create. Based on the YouTube channel “Artist on the Border,” every “body of the 3350 required frames needed to be uploaded individually, downloaded once more and individually named.” Benefit from the fruits of their labor above.

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