Wish You Were Here was an influential Pink Floyd album that was released in 1975. It was an important one as it was the follow up to their monster hit, The Dark Side of the Moon. The album debuted in the number one position on the charts over here and all over the world. Many fans and several members of the band have indicated that this is their favourite Pink Floyd album.

This documentary, directed by John Edginton, tells the story of the album. All new interviews with band members, Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Roger Mason are the centrepieces. Plus there are older interviews with now deceased band member, Richard Wright. The entire processes of the album and its recording are gone over from interviews with the album cover designer to people who worked on the recording of it.

Fans might think that this is an unnecessary purchase as they know everything there is to know about the album. Well, they would be wrong. There is something to discover about Wish You Were Here for everyone – casual or rabid fan. There is even a small section about former band member Syd Barrett.

Never a dull moment and definitely a tight, well-edited documentary.

Special Features: Bonus Footage