https://www.inthestudio.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/PINK-FLOYD-Meddle-original-s-l1600-e1633194108329.jpg 462 640 Red Beard https://www.inthestudio.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ITS-COLOR-white-studio.png Red Beard2021-10-24 16:50:192022-06-05 12:59:22Pink Floyd- Meddle- David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters
Judging by the sheer outsized volume of well-deserved attention heaped on Pink Floyd's 1973 game changer "Dark Side of the Moon", one could easily assume it was the Cambridge, England quartet's first of any consequence. "Meddle", containing the embryonic epic "Echoes", my guests Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and co-founder with Syd Barrett, Roger Waters unanimously maintain that "Meddle" was their Apollo 8 musical mission which soon after allowed Pink Floyd's lunar landing on the far side of rock history.
https://www.inthestudio.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/TEN-YEARS-AFTER-Space-Time-wide.jpg 450 600 In The Studio with Redbeard https://www.inthestudio.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ITS-COLOR-white-studio.png In The Studio with Redbeard2021-08-01 18:00:032021-08-15 12:18:03Ten Years After- A Space in Time 50th- the late Alvin Lee, Leo Lyons
"When things get put onto celluloid, they tend to get bigger than life," the late guitarist/ singer Alvin Lee told me by way of explanation as to how Ten Years After was catapulted from the second tier of English boogie and blues by their prime spot in the Woodstock Festival movie documentary. The band utilized that momentum to deliver their most popular album ever in late Summer 1971, " A Space in Time", which included "One of These Days", "Baby Won't You Let Me Rock'n'Roll You", and what turned out to be their biggest hit, "I'd Love to Change the World".