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Pink Floyd: Radio City Music Hall, New York NY

Dan Nooger, The Village Voice, 22 March 1973

A PINK FLOYD appearance here has always been worth coming out in the rain for and has often been a full-fledged event, like the American premiere of Atom Heart Mother at the Fillmore with a 40-piece orchestra, and their last concert at Carnegie Hall, at which they first unveiled Dark Side of the Moon, then titled "Eclipse" and in the process of being edited for recording. They've had a few bad nights as well, but none as disappointing as last week's Radio City midnight madness.

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