When a Berklee College of Music professor (and Kurzweil Employee) is called in to conduct emergency repairs to Pink Floyd’s equipment during the world-famous Pulse tour, he seizes the opportunity to steal their files, pirating the most recognized sound effects and backing tracks in rock and roll history.
As told by Jon Carin – “I remember the incident well—we caught them red-handed in the act.”
With the point and click of a mouse, copying and transferring files can be completed in moments. Modern technology and tools such as: the iPod, Blackberry, and OEM software are commonplace. Identity theft, internet fraud, and P2P file sharing are issues which also vastly familiar in today’s world: no one is ever completely safe. For Pink Floyd fans and music enthusiasts who have the passion for truth, this controversial story is now revealed.
Tribute: The Dark Side of The Mood is the first and only book on this subject. The author presents an educational journey of life lessons which focus on the highest level of music piracy—more than just a story about life as a musician in a tribute band, exposing a colossal theft that millions of Pink Floyd fans were kept in the dark about—until now.
About Arthur Orfanos and The Mood:
As a Boston-area musician, Arthur Orfanos has written and performed original music for nearly 30 years. The Mood began as a National Pink Floyd tribute act in 2000. Currently, Arthur is a contributing writer for Performer Magazine, Newmusicmonkey.com, and performing both as a solo artist and with The Mood.
For more information about Tribute: The Dark Side of The Mood; to receive a copy for review; or to arrange an interview, book signing, or speaking engagement; please contact: Arthur Orfanos at: 781.646.2424 or Jae Valentine at: 781.396.7538