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David Gilmour- Live at Pompeii

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, …
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Pink Floyd-A Momentary Lapse of Reason 30th Anniversary-David Gilmour,Nick Mason

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…

Redbeard Rocks the Solar Eclipse! Soundtrack

Redbeard rocks the solar eclipse with this custom playlist!

Pink Floyd-Comfortably Numb-Knebworth 6-30-90

Practically all of the later headliner performances at the 1990 Knebworth Festival outside of London were plagued by the rain, but the hearty British spirit won the day both onstage and in the soaked crowd. Here is Pink Floyd soldiering through…

Echoes In the Studio-pt 2

In memoriam: Echoes In the Studio, pt 2.

Pink Floyd-Animals 40th Anniversary-Roger Waters,David Gilmour,Nick Mason

David Gilmour,Nick Mason, and Roger Waters explore the dark, ominous, yet vitally important transitional musical missing link, 1977's "Animals".

David Gilmour- On an Island

David Gilmour's interview about his third solo album, On an Island . We also include selections "There's No Way Out of Here" and "All Lovers Are Deranged" from his first two.

Pink Floyd-The Division Bell- David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Rick Wright

 Listening to this interview, one of the last ever with the late gentle and fragile original Pink Floyd keyboard player Richard Wright, you would have no indication of the circumstances under which we had this conversation. In mid-March 1994…

Pink Floyd's Rick Wright 3-94

The late original Pink Floyd keyboard player Rick Wright was born July 28th.

Pink Floyd- Dark Side of the Moon- Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Rick Wright

To illustrate how seriously many of the post-British Invasion bands were approaching the rock idiom by April 1973, you need look no further than Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon  to see how this “progressive “ rock movement had matured …