…the forty-fifth anniversary of the progressive rock masterpiece by Pink Floyd which not even “Time” can “Eclipse”: The Dark Side of the Moon !
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Immersive music seemingly impossible to “Eclipse” by “Time“, my guests David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and concept originator Roger Waters all weigh in to mark the forty-fifth anniversary of Pink Floyd‘s Dark Side of the Moon the week of February 26 here In the Studio ! –Redbeard
David Gilmour,Nick Mason, and Roger Waters explore the dark, ominous, yet vitally important transitional musical missing link, 1977’s “Animals”.
Roger Waters has a completely different recollection than the other three of the 1975 recording sessions for Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here…
Pink Floyd’s monumental opus The Wall…the numbers that it has generated are starting to rival the Great Wall of China: #87 ranking on Rolling Stone magazine’s Top 500 Albums of All Time; worldwide sales of an estimated 30,000,000…
Roger Waters admitted to me that in 1980 Pink Floyd had been guaranteed one million dollars per night to perform The Wall on a stadium tour. “And I refused to do it outdoors,” Waters tells me in this classic rock interview. “But how can you do a show, that’s about the alienation you feel about doing stadium shows, in a stadium?”
Throughout his long illustrious career David Gilmour has often sung the thoughts and lyrical observations of others, whether interpreting a Roger Waters‘ second-person ruminations from over forty years ago on Pink Floyd‘s Wish You Were Here, or singing a verse which wife/ lyricist Polly Samson wrote last night. “It takes thought and it takes concentration,” […]
Mercifully, time, maturity, other creative outlets, and the loss of mutual dear friends and colleagues have brought the disenfranchised factions of Pink Floyd to a truce in the 21st century, but thirty years ago this international superstar band faced its greatest existential threat while simultaneously experiencing A Momentary Lapse of Reason. By early 1987 it had […]
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Foghat were four British electric bluesmen who comprised the most successful limb of the sprawling Savoy Brown musical family tree. Lead guitarist Lonesome Dave Peverett, drummer Roger Earl, and bass player Tony Stevens had all played with Kim Simmonds and Chris Youlden in Savoy Brown until the end of 1970, eventually adding slide guitarist Rod […]