Posted by Michael Bordash on 2011-09-26 22:20:15

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Join Pink Floyd for a once-in-a-lifetime streaming event, The Greatest Gig In The Sky, powered by YouTube. For the first time, you can hear The Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety, live at the Empire Pool, Wembley from the legendary gigs of November '74. This unreleased concert has been taken directly from the soundboard and custom-mixed and mastered by Andy Jackson for the upcoming Experience and Immersion editions of The Dark Side of the Moon.

The Greatest Gig In The Sky will be a version of this legendary concert unlike any you've ever experienced, complete with unique visual and social participation. Beginning on 23 September, you'll be able to hear the concert in its entirety, watch some of the original Pink Floyd concert films restored to full quality with exclusive footage and imagery, and connect to other fans around the world. You can attend The Greatest Gig in the Sky on every hour, on the hour, until September 28. Each show will be different as fans across the globe comment in real time and become part of this unique experience.

This week, Pink Floyd will be honored on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Tune in tonight for an interview with Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason and a special performance of "Breathe," by The Shins. More info on the week of celebration is below.

Tuesday, Sept. 27, launches the Why Pink Floyd? campaign with the release of all 14 remastered studio albums Discovery editions, box-set of all 14 albums with photo book, studio downloads of Discovery albums and box-set, and The Dark Side of The Moon - Immersion and Experience editions, vinyl LP and digital editions.

Check out the band live from Wembley November 1974 (featuring edits from the original touring screen films)

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