Pink Floyd Oakland 1977 Poster Set
Brand: Midco Inc
Ex Tax: $6,000.00
Unframed. Condition ++ Mint All 6 Posters
Performers: Pink Floyd w/Dick Parry on Sax & Snowy White on guitar & bass.
Venue: Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland , Ca
Date: May 9, 10 1977
Artist: Randy Tuten & Bill Bostedt
Hand singed by Both Artist
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Super Rare Poster Set, shows how font and color are added in to obtain finished product. Purchased from Bostedt personal collection.
Pink Floyd's 1977 tour is widely considered to be one of the bands most memorable. Following the truly massive sales of Dark Side Of The Moon and Wish You Were Here, the Animals album had not been as commercially successful, but the groups popularity was at an all-time peak. The tour sold out arenas and stadiums across North America and Europe, eclipsing all previous scale and attendance records. The tour was also the first since 1972 that the group did not use backing singers, with the only augmentation to the core band being Snowy White adding guitar and occasional bass parts and Dick Parry playing sax and occasional keyboards. The shows were structured so that the band played the Animals album, in a different sequence, during the first set and following an intermission, performed the entire Wish You Were Here album in its exact running order. The encore would usually consist of either Money or Us And Them, from Dark Side Of The Moon.