Pink Floyd did an incredibly poor job documenting their Seventies stadium tours, leaving it up to their fans to preserve them in video and audio form for future generations.
Unfortunately, amateur recording equipment of the era was difficult to sneak past security, let alone operate properly, and your average Floyd fan was a stoned teenager. That meant most Pink Floyd bootlegs (with big exceptions like Oakland 1977) were hissy, grainy, incomplete, and very difficult to enjoy.
That’s why Los Angeles area rock freak Mike “The Mic” Millard is a hero to bootleg fanatics all over the globe.
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