Pink Floyd Roger Waters Abbey Rd by Andrew Whittuck

Pink Floyd Roger Waters Abbey Rd by Andrew Whittuck

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Fine art limited edition print of Roger Waters of Pink Floyd by Andrew Whittuck, taken in 1967

Location - Abbey Road recording Studios, London
Date - June 1967

Candid image of Roger Waters at Abbey Road Studios in June 1967 whilst Pink Floyd finished off recording their debut album 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'. The band started recording the album at Abbey Road in February 1967 and it was released in August by EMI Records. It was produced by Beatles engineer Norman Smith. Norman Smith recalled in a 2007 interview "My first job, obviously, was to form a friendship with them and, above all, to form a trust, being their producer,” Smith says. “So we’re sitting there chatting in the control room, getting to know one another. The control room door opens and in walks Paul McCartney. He wanted to meet the boys. He’d heard of them. And after a little chat with them, he comes across to me, puts his hand on my shoulder and he says to the Pink Floyd boys, ‘You won’t go wrong with this bloke as your producer.’ ”

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Edition 50 -  Signed and numbered by Andrew Whittuck

Size options:

A3 - 16.5" x 11.7" - $385
A2 - 23.4" x 16.5" - $525
A1 - 33.1" x 23.4" - $825
A0 - 33.1" x 46.8" - $1200

Print Quality: Archival pigment print on archival cotton based rag paper using archival inks.

Expect a delivery time of 3 weeks on print orders. Your print will be sent rolled in a new, high quality mailing tube with sufficient packing. You will be emailed shortly after your order is placed with an estimated delivery time.