Pink Floyd Share 'Live at Pompeii' on YouTube

The 1972 concert film will be available to stream free for 24 hours

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Apr 24, 2020

Last week, Pink Floyd launched a YouTube concert series by screening their acclaimed 1995 concert film Pulse, and this week's instalment takes viewers back to the early '70s with Live at Pompeii.

The band's 1972 concert doc, which captures a 1971 performance at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pompeii, Italy, can be streamed on-demand for 24 hours in the player below.

The Live at Pompeii stream will show a more recent cut of the film that was included in Pink Floyd's The Early Years box set.

In 2016, guitarist David Gilmour returned to the city to record two shows for a Pompeii concert film of his own. More recently, he's been covering Leonard Cohen.

Pink Floyd unleashed their Later Years box set late last year.

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