DVD 1: Audio Only. Wish You Were Here Multi - Channel Audio Mixes: (45 min.) 01. Wish You Were Here 5.1 (Surround Mix 2009, 448 Kbps) 02. Wish You Were Here 4.0 (Quard Mix 1975, 448 Kbps) 03. Wish You Were Here Lpcm Original Stereo Mix (1975 Remastered In 2011) 04. Wish You Were Here 5.1 (Surround Mix 2009, 640 Kbps) 05. Wish You Were Here 4.0 (Quard Mix 1975, 640 Kbps) DVD 2: Audio-Visual Material: (32 min.) Concert Screen Films, 197501. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 1) 02. Shine On You Crazy Diamond03. Welcome To The Machine (In Lpcm Stereo And 5.1 Surround Sound) Storm Thorgerson Short Film, 2000 (In Stereo Only) Blu-Ray: High Resolution Audio And Audio - Visual Material: (73 min.) 01. Wish You Were Here 5.1 (Surround Mix 2009, 96 Khz/24 Bit) 02. Wish You Were Here Original Stereo Mix (1975 Remastered In 2011, 96 Khz/24 Bit) 03. Wish You Were Here 4.0 (Quard Mix 1975, 96 Khz/24 Bit) 04. Concert Screen Films In LPCM Stereo And 5.1 Surround Sound, 48 Khz/24 Bit 05. Concert Screen Films, 1975 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 1) Shine On You Crazy Diamond Welcome To The Machine 06. Storm Thorgerson Short Film, 2000
В 1994 году группа Pink Floyd выпустила альбом "The Division Bell", чем-то напоминавший их классические вещи из "Wish You Were Here". После этого "Pink Floyd" отправились в глобальное турне, последствием которого стал выпуск концертника "Pulse".
Pink Floyd had already come a long way from their bines roots when main creative force Syd Barett sadly drifted away from the band in a haze of drug inducec nonchalance, bought on by one too many bad trips. Syd had led the Floyd into the absolute core оf the London underground's psychedelic movement but as his mental health failed the reins of the band were taken up by Roger Waterslind Dave Gilmour. Under their direction, the move towards prog-rock experimentalism took shape via the albums and soundtracks they completed in the post-Syd, pre-Dark Side era. With the Floyd's "Meddle" now seen as the real start of the journey that would result in masterpieces such as "Dark Side of the Moon", "Wish You Were Here" and "The Wall" this era is crying out for reassessment. This extraordinary documentary film reviews this time in detail and considers again the band's live performances and studio recordings, as well as their lives and career generally, across the 1968 - 1973 period, and in so doing sheds fresh light on how Pink Floyd became one of the biggest bands ever. Includes archive interviews with the group plus rare and studio performance footage, contributions and insight from luminaries including Floyd producer Norman Smith, friend and colleague Peter Banks from Yes, touring bassist Hugh Hopper and other friends colleague and associates, along with Pink Floyd biographer Mark Blake, Wire magazine's David Stubbs and ambient author Mark Prendergast, this film lifts the lid on this pivotal period in Pink Floyd's exceptional career.