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Pink Floyd Fun Facts

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This album reminded the band of their friend and old bandmate Syd Barrett, the songs on the album are a tribute to his sound.
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The name Pink Floyd was thought up on the spot when the band realized there was another band of the same name about to play at the same gig. It is derived from the names of two blues musicians, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.
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This album skyrocketed the band to great wealth and became the third best-selling album in history.
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The band bought a three-story church hall to record this album and converted it into a 24-track studio. This became where they rehearsed and recorded the rest of their albums.
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Peter Jenner had no experience managing bands but joined forces with his friend Andrew King who used all his inheritance to purchase the band £19,000 worth of new equipment.
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By the end of 1967, the band's frontman Syd Barnett was becoming more detached and uncooperative with the management and the other band members. This led to him leaving the band in January 1968.
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Not only was the single and the album popular, but it was also adapted into a film in 1982 starring Bob Geldof from the Boomtown Rats.
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Arthur Layne' was the band's first single, released in 1967 through EMI records. The 'B' side of the single was called 'Candy and the Currant Bun.'
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Richard Wright(keyboards and vocals) and Nick Mason(drums) met at the London Polytechnic in 1963 while studying architecture.
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David Gilmour and Syd Barnett knew each other before their Pink Floyd days. Both had attended college together and even traveled around France busking as teenagers.