Barrett, Syd

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Roger Keith Barrett, founding member and primary songwriter of the early Pink Floyd, was a pioneer in the London Underground and perhaps the ultimate psychedelic hipster. Following his release from Pink Floyd in 1968, Barrett would eventually record two solo albums in the early 70s with the help of his former bandmates. His tragic demise, due in part to excessive use of acid, created the mythology of the drug-addled rock star. Look however to his recordings for his sheer genius.

Founded: 1946

Location: Cambridge, England

Website: Syd Barrett | The Official Website of Syd Barrett


Original Releases
Titlesort icon Recording Type Date Average Rating
  Barrett Studio 1970-11-00
Strawberry Bricks Entry The Madcap Laughs Studio 1970-01
Compilations, Reissues, etc.
Titlesort icon Recording Type Date Average Rating
  Opel Studio 1988