◀ Click Icon at Left for Menu

Reinventing Pink Floyd by Bill Kopp


When founding member Syd Barrett left Pink Floyd in early 1968, there was good reason to think that the band was over. Five years later, the band would release one of the most popular albums in the history of the recording medium, The Dark Side of the Moon. Reinventing Pink Floyd charts the creative path the band would navigate in the years leading up to that landmark album.

"Combining research into their classic albums and a wealth of little-known and unofficial recordings with astute and entertaining analysis, Kopp generates fresh insight into Pink Floyd's formative years. Even longtime fans of the band will be surprised and enlightened."

-- Richie Unterberger, author of
The Unreleased Beatles: Music and Film
and many other titles

Reinventing Pink Floyd
Click to order a signed copy