John Boyd interview stated “and I remember him being right like this looking into his eyes and it was just like somebody had turned the lights out, you know just looked so blank, he was living with a whole sort of community of people who are very much believing acid (LSD) can release you and you know get to the truth and all that stuff, and he took too much. He went up on stage and just stood there for long stretches. And he plays the guitar for a bit and then he’d stop. He had done so much damage, because acid, that’s what it does to you. Too much acid will literally fry your brains”. LSD was such a popular drug in this era, many believed it had magical powers to enlighten one mind and stimulate creativity. Hence the heavy use in this area of the music industry, and by the fans of this style of music.
Pink Floyd continued on without Syd and produced their most popular record “Dark Side of the Moon” in 1972 the went on tour for the album for the next several years. With Syd being the missing link the band did struggle with the loss, many of the songs on the following album were about Syd and his influence, mainly the song this documentary was named after. During all of the interviews Syd was mentioned as the most important member and his loss was an enormous influence on all the future productions of the band and its members.
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