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Crystal Voyager closing sequence - 'Echoes' Pink Floyd

Groundbreaking film sequence from the 1973 surf documentary "Crystal Voyager".

The closing sequence, Greenough's short film Echoes, is generally
considered to be the highlight of the film. Filmed with a camera in a
waterproof housing strapped to Greenough’s back, the sequence is
composed entirely of slow-motion footage shot inside the curl of waves,
edited to the 23-minute song "Echoes" by Pink Floyd.
The group reportedly allowed Elfick and Greenough to use the music in
their film in exchange for the use of Greenough's footage as a visual
background when they performed "Echoes" in concert.

Added: Jan-27-2012 Occurred On: Jan-27-1973
By: misterpoopy
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Tags: surfing, waves, underwater, slow motion, pink floyd, psychedelic, nature, beauty, rad, tubular, awesome
Location: Santa Barbara, California, United States (load item map)
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