Fitch/Mahon's Pink Floyd The Wall book
Written by Matt   
Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Comfortably Numb by Vernon Fitch and Richard MahonWith the current Roger Waters tour of The Wall, there's naturally a huge refocus on this key part of the band's history.

Some of you will be fully aware of Vernon Fitch and Richard Mahon's "Comfortably Numb", a stunning limited edition book covering all aspects of Pink Floyd's The Wall project - the creation of the album, the live shows, and the subsequent movie (read our review here). Since publication back in 2006, the deluxe, numbered edition book has been a great success, receiving rave reviews from all quarters: Classic Rock Magazine named it their number one book of the year, and Record Collector gave it five stars (its highest rating) and included it on its books of the year list.

If you are quick, we've been told they still have some copies available to buy through (its only outlet) where sample pages and more details can be found. With such a significant time for The Wall, we're sure the remaining copies will be in heavy demand as the end of the tour approaches and the work gets coverage in the media. In our view, it's an essential book for the Floyd fan's bookshelves, so don't miss out!