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    Quote Originally Posted by ammoj2 View Post
    So where can we buy this book from?
    Google is a good place to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonmc57 View Post
    Google is a good place to start.
    I did tbat here and there a few different ways over a few days and did not find it at all. (Perhaps my searches were deficient??)

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    Well, after a first quick reading, this book is fascinating. It's definitely a first-hand witness on the dynamics and relationships between musicians. The book is divided in two parts: The first one is a testimony of friendship between Nick and Roger (with some unknowns deteils about the beginning of the band).
    The second part is foccused on the concerts of the British Winter Tour and on troubles encountered. Several photos are really unreleased.
    A essentiel read

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    Quote Originally Posted by sb33334 View Post
    I did tbat here and there a few different ways over a few days and did not find it at all. (Perhaps my searches were deficient??)
    I have been also looking for it with no luck.
    aka locombiano in pinkfloyd.cl

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    [QUOTE=azerty;256648]Well, after a first quick reading, this book is fascinating. It's definitely a first-hand witness on the dynamics and relationships between musicians. The book is divided in two parts: The first one is a testimony of friendship between Nick and Roger (with some unknowns deteils about the beginning of the band).
    The second part is foccused on the concerts of the British Winter Tour and on troubles encountered. Several photos are really unreleased.
    A essentiel read[/QUOTE

    Sounds very interesting, but can we find this book somewhere other than the exhibition??

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    Same here, does it have an ISBN number?
    It is not on the Mortal Remains webshop, BTW.
    Last edited by Felix Atagong; 07-28-2017 at 05:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felix Atagong View Post
    Same here, does it have an ISBN number?
    It is not on the Mortal Remains webshop, BTW.
    Not ISBN. This book looks like a bootleg thing ))

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    Quote Originally Posted by azerty View Post
    Not ISBN. This book looks like a bootleg thing ))
    You need an ISBN to 'officially' sell a book in bookshops and on the web. So your assumption that it is a 'bootleg' is not that far off.
    Perhaps Waters' tour cost so much money that he hasn't 125$ to get an ISBN license...
    Last edited by Felix Atagong; 07-28-2017 at 09:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felix Atagong View Post
    You need an ISBN to 'offically' sell a book in bookshops and on the web. So your assumption that it is a 'bootleg' is not that far off.
    Perhaps Waters' tour cost so much money that he hasn't 125$ to get an ISBN license...
    I checked again, no traces of any reference or ID.

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    According to the AFG-forum the book is (was) only available in twenty (20!) copies.

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