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A Pink Floyd exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.

The whole place is brilliant! And it was great to see British bands (The Floyd and The Stones) as two special exhibits, but unfortunate that there was not more memorabilia for the Floyd. The Stones' included a lot of items that gave a fascinating insight behind the scenes - memos, address books, etc, as well as Mr Jagger's costumes etc.

Copyright: Ian Chappel
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Uploaded: 31/01/2014
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Tags: pink floyd; the wall; rock and roll; hall of fame; exhibition; music
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