Démarré par roger keith, 26 Juillet 2008 à 14:55
Citation de: ElwoodPour ma part je n'ai absolument rien trouvé comme info
Citation de: jojoSalut il faut trouver quoi?
CitationOne page is missing on the Fart Enjoy booklet.Included with the Piper deluxe edition is an 'art' booklet that Syd Barrett made around 1965 for his friend Andrew Rawlinson. The existence of it was revealed in the Tim Willis biography Madcap that printed 6 out of the 12 pages (although a bit truncated). The remaining 6 could be found in the British Mojo music magazine (BTW, this month's issue of Mojo has a free CD entitled In Search Of Syd, containing 15 Pink Floyd inspired tracks).One of the first people who confirmed that Fart Enjoy would be included on Piper was Ian Barrett, Syd's nephew. The official reason why the twelfth page of Fart Enjoy is missing is cryptically confirmed on the booklet:This particular page has been left blank for legal reasons.For further details see www.pinkfloyd.com.Of course going to the official website of Pink Floyd doesn't give you extra information at all. Enough reasons for the fans to start speculating. The missing page contains 9 times the word 'fuck' and variations of the same verb such as 'fuk' and 'fuc'. According to a Pink Floyd manager who spoke with Keith Jordan, the webmaster from Neptune Pink Floyd, the reason was not the smutty language on the page but the accompanying copyrighted picture that couldn't be released. Very strange as the missing page has been published in Tim Willis's book before and can be found on the NPF website as well.We haven't been amused like that since the Publius days.
CitationPink Floyd hit a little legal problem with the 40th anniversary edition of 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn". The booklet has a page just reading "This particular page has been left blank for legal reasons", as they couldn't get clearance for an image included in a collage by Syd. Not sure why you'd bother putting that in when you could just go on to the next collage? Anyway the high lords of prog have bundled a three CD reissue, one in stereo, one in mono and one with all the 1967 singles, some B-sides and previously unreleased versions of songs, with a little booklet containing some previously unseen notebooks from the late Syd Barrett.