Pink Floyd: The Story of Wish You Were Here

Synopsis: "Wish You Where Here" was released September, 1975. Interviews with Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Manson and Richard Wright as they tell the story of the creative process of this album.
85 min

IT was Like Singing About Syd Barrett.

The Band That was known for Their musicality,

They Were not doing Their Music Justice.

Do you Recall there was a Famous Review by Nick Kent?

How Could I forget?

I kind of over-reacted, Obviously.

I Mean, now I Feel That I over-reacted,

but at the Same time, partly They deserved IT.

It was a Bad Gig.

It was, it was shambolic.

I Mean IT was ... IT Lacked enthusiasm and IT Lacked a Sort of Purpose,

a sense of Purpose, and I do not really know why.

From My perspective now, to Look back upon How I felt then,

as I was Scared of My Own Shadow, you know,

Never Mind My Relationship with Audiences,

and there Were Real Concerns About not making any Contact

with the audience DURING That much of Tour of England

That We did in 1974.

And We did not. We were ... we were very disconnected.

If We Were not Giving 100%, we couldn't quite sort out why not.

You know, there was an element of Frustration

in having someone tell us That.

I Think We Probably knew it and couldn't quite sort of deal with it.

That Review Would have Been one of the Things Which Would have -

once we'd got over Our Initial IRE - We Would have Taken on Board

and realised That there was More than a germ of Truth in IT.

I was Asked to Record at the Floyd What was then Called

the Empire Pool, Which is now the Wembley Arena,

When I SAW and the Floyd before They Went on, They said,

"Oh, do us a Favour, Will you go and sit with our sound engineer? "

And I said, "OK."

How Long is IT since you've been here, Brian?

And Anyhow,

"Well, What do you Think?" And I said, "It's rubbish."

Because I'd Been Used to working with Smaller Groups

on Smaller mixing desks, and theirs was massive.

So anyway, Cut a Long Story Short,

next thing I Knew, I was doing the next night at the Empire Pool.

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