Pink Floyd at Pompeii

After Syd Barrett and before The Dark Side of The Moon, Pink Floyd recorded a concert film at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pompeii, Italy. There was no audience, no light show, no inflatible pigs, no disco ball, or anything that the typical Pink Floyd show would known for in the late 70s and beyond. But the performances of Echoes (part 1 and part 2), Careful with That Axe, Eugene, A Saucerful of Secrets, One of These Days, and Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun are arguably better than the album versions. Between these live performances in the most epic of surroundings with footage of bubbling lava, Roman ruins and other psychedelic imagery spliced in, video clips from The Dark Side of The Moon studios sessions, the band eating, and band member interviews round out the film. 

Favorite quote of the film from David Gilmour...

Lastly, if you didn't know already, The Beastie Boys video for Gratitude is an obvious homage.