The Complete Amsterdam Rock Circus
Courtesy Of The Pink Floyd Archaelogical Society
This is a very unique piece of video that was filmed on a high grade,
hand-held camera in a very obscure and long out of date format. The group that discovered
and restored this footage had the equipment refurbished just to save the footage. This is
the longest piece of live film of the 70's Pink Floyd, and it truly has as ambience of a
live concert that no other existing film does (the Whitehead films from '72 for example).
It features the last ever live performance of "Atom Heart Mother" ,in it's entirety, as well as
full length versions of "Careful With That Axe Eugene" and "A Saucerful Of Secrets".
Pink Floyd fans...relish this extraordinary film, and big ups to The PF Arch. Society for
doing the entire world a big favor for making this happen, I'm constantly amazed at the fans
who put their time and money into preserving this history.
Run Time is 37min
Atom Heart Mother
Careful With That Axe Eugene
A Saucerful Of Secrets