In October 1967, and/or the 12th December 1967, the band Pink Floyd visited Delia at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. She mentioned that she felt that the tour was a bit of a disappointment and took them in a cab over to Putney where the VCS3 synthesizer was being developed, which was subsequently used by them on their album Dark Side Of The Moon.
I took Pink Floyd there [to Peter Zinovieff's studio] in a taxi.
Pink Floyd (came to the workshop) and I took them down to Zinovieff's place. [...] I paid for the bloody taxi for all these people!
- Pink Floyd in the Workshop's Room 12 on 20th December, 1967 on whitefiles.org
- ChrisM in ChrisM a message on the stevehoffman.tv forum, citing David Parker's book Random Precision - Recording the Music of Syd Barrett 1965-74.
- Delia in the Surface interview.
- Delia in the Boazine interview.
- Johann Merrich in the audio lecture Le Pioniere della Musica Elettronica on arwiki.org at 21:30.