Pompeii 1972: Pink Floyd live

The legendary Pink FLoyd concert in Pompeii

After 30 years of bad governance, Italy is changed forever. Now Pompeii is literally falling to pieces, forgotten by the government.

But in the Seventies, feelings towards art were different, despite the demochristian government.

Adrian Maben, the director of the movie, through a teacher called Carputi at the University of Naples, managed to persuade local authorities to close the area for six days.

Pink Floyd – Live In Pompeii Original 1972 (Analog Enhanced) from lphanners on Vimeo.

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