Think Floyd at The Radlett Centre January 2017 – REVIEW

Think Floyd

I’ve seen Think Floyd a few times now and they never disappoint. Of course playing the music of Pink Floyd means you have an amazing musical back catalogue to work through. And for the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd they did just that, playing something from each album. Personally I have little love for the very earliest and latest albums in their history, but it made for an opportunity to hear some pieces that I had long since forgotten. I could happily just have Dark Side of The Moon and Wish You Were Here back to back and go home smiling, so I suppose good to make me broaden my horizons.

The Radlett Centre is an intimate venue and the sound is usually pretty good. Think Floyd have a large team and the sound and lighting was up to their usual top quality. The musicianship is excellent, as always. Not alot to say on top of that really. Quite simply if you like the music of Pink Floyd then I’d catch them in June 2017 when they play the Alban Arena.

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I have been a St. Albans resident for 25 years and run a local business, Verulam Web Design, who created and maintain stalbanslife. I originally moved up this way in 1987 to start a Ph. D. at the then Hatfield Polytechnic and have worked in London or locally ever since. I have 2 children who went to local schools and seemingly a deep need to live in a Roman town. Currently performing as Tom Petty in the tribute band Petty Criminals ( and in the American classic rock show Take It Easy (