The Pink Floyd live DVD "Pulse," originally set for release last December, will now hit stores June 27, according to Columbia Records
Originally slated to hit stores last December, the Pink Floyd live DVD "Pulse" will now marry the street June 27. That's according to Columbia Records.
Originally released on VHS in 1995 in companion with a double-disc CD set of the same name, "Pulse" chronicles the band's 1994 tour in support of their last album "The Division Bell".
As of the DVD, it was taped during a 14-night run at London's Earl's Court and is highlighted by the first complete performance of the 1973 album "Dark Side of the Moon," which can be found on the second disc. Moreover, the set also contains bonus features.
In the accompanying feature, it is reported that Pink Floyd guitarist/vocalist David Gilmour will tape a live DVD of his own during his May 29-30 stand at London's Royal Albert Hall. The project is expected to be out before the end of the year.