Pink Floyd have released a video footage from a 1971 documentary that seems as a part of their recent Early Years collection.
Within the video, band supervisor Steve O’Rourke discusses the release of a bootleg the band LP, denying he’d given his approval, as claimed by a earlier interviewee. “I can’t remember speaking to this geezer at all,” he says in the clip. “Obviously I wouldn’t be happy about a bootleg album coming out. If the man comes on, I’ll discover out more about him – get his name and address anyway.”
The documentary exhibits members of Pink Floyd listening to a bit of the bootleg, after which O’Rourke labels the recording “disgusting” and says that, if the band selected to launch a stay album, it might be of “far superior high quality.”