Pink Floyd Releases 1971 French TV Performance Of “Cymbaline”

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Pink Floyd is streaming the 1971 French TV performance for their 1969 song, “Cymbaline”.

The band was filmed at Royaumont Abbey at Asnieres-sur-Oise in France as a part of the Cinq Grand Sur La Deux broadcast that was aired on June 15, 1971.

“Cymbaline” was originally a part of Pink Floyd’s 1969 movie soundtrack for the film “More”, while their third studio record also marked the band’s first release without co-founder Syd Barrett in the lineup, who was booted in 1968 and was replaced by David Gilmour.

Pink Floyd will be releasing a series of expanded reissues of their 1988 live set, “Delicate Sound Of Thunder”, on Nov. 20. Here, the band was recorded and filmed for a five-night stint at the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, NY, in August 1988 as part of the supporting tour of the 1987 album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason.