Parece raro que en estos tiempos internautas uno pueda llegar a sorprenderse. Pero lo he hecho, y vaya, hasta el punto que no me podía creer lo que estaba leyendo. Pensaba que era algún tipo de broma de algún fanático del "Mago de Oz" o de Pink Floyd.
Bueno, os dejo el texto que se adjunta al lado del youtube, y al final, el susodicho vídeo. Ya sabéis, lo escucháis y veis con detenimiento.
The Dark side of Oz
This DVD was created as evidence that Pink Floyd's 1973 release of "Darkside Of The Moon" and the 1939 release of "The Wizard of Oz" have some kind of a connection.
This connection is the fact that you can watch "The Wizard of Oz" and listen to "Darkside Of The Moon" and notice that they are synchronized. What I mean by this is that if the Album begins at the MGM Lion logo screen you will notice that the music matches perfectly with the things that are going on in the movie. Beats and guitars match almost every movement of the characters in some parts. Music shifts to different moods while the movie follows along perfectly.
(to do this with basic equipment is very difficult, and takes hours upon hours of correctly positioning the start of the album. That?s why it has been done for you).
As soon as something exciting or dramatic happens to the characters, the music's mood shifts to match the scene so perfectly that it's almost scary.
You will also notice the lyrical matches. The lyrics of "Darkside Of The Moon" play the most important part of this whole connection. A lot of the lyrics actually seem to cue the characters to make actions in most parts. For example: the lyric "leave, but don't leave me" is sung just as Auntie Em motions to Dorothy to go away because she is busy. As Dorothy is leaving, the lyric "look around" is sung just before Dorothy looks back at Auntie Em. Sometimes the lyrics narrate the storyline of the "Wizard of Oz". The movie really begins to move when ?Money? starts, The cash register sounds start up as soon as you see Dorothy in colour for the first time. The sounds represent the money spent on the Technicolor technology. Dorothy starts walking as the music to "Money" kicks in. As crazy as it may seem, it's almost as if Pink Floyd wrote and composed this album to go along with the "Wizard of Oz".
The most popular asked question to this DVD is, "is such and such a song on it"?.
The simple answer to this is, the entire "Darkside Album" Is on here 3 times ! Your favourite songs feature and you will view them in a completely new and wierd way.
My favourite is During "great gig in the sky" Dorothy's house is sucked up into a violent tornado spinning her dizzy until it gently passes and she wakes up in her new technicolour world!.
So sit back, grab a beer and a smoke, and prepare to blown away into a psychedelic wonder land accompanied by the greatest ever rock band to grace the planet.
If interested in this DVD with High Quality glossy artwork and a Printed DVD(NOT a stuck on label) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to obtain this DVD.