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Pink Floyd

Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, July 1995

At first it was barely a string of fairy lights. Then it was something called an Azimuth Converter. And then a giant screen, a Spitfire, a large flying pig (with and without testicles), and a symbolically-loaded pile of bricks. And today, whole cities offer themselves as backdrops to the Pink Flyod extravaganza. In the exclusive MOJO interview, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Rick Wright recall those "intimate moment that we share with a million people."

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