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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-08-2014, 02:02 PM Thread Starter
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Pink Floyd

Been getting back into them big time recently. I only really 'discovered' them about 3 years ago, having been apprehensive about listening, as i wasn't sure i would like them or not, so glad i did. One of my all time favorite bands now.

Animals is still my favorite album, although ive been loving Wish You Were Here more and more recently. having dug out the 2CD versions of the albums that were released a couple of years ago.

DSOTM live is fantastic, and the bonus live stuff on WYWH. I just wish the damn band would release live stuff from the Animals tour, but they just refuse to.

Ive also been listening to a few 'Unofficial live recordings' lately, and i urge everyone to listen to this fabulous live recording from Oakland 1977, audience recording of such clarity:





And just now listened and watched 'Comfortably Numb' from Earls Court 1994:



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My second favorite band behind the Beatles. Favorite album is The Wall, favorite song is Wish You Were Here.
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Lucky to have had a father who always had us listening to Pink Floyd in the car as kids. Definitely one of my favorites and still listen to them nearly every day.


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Re: Pink Floyd

Meddle is a phenomenal album too, one of the more underrated gems in their discography. Great band all round though.

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Re: Pink Floyd

I've always really liked "Two Suns In The Sunset". There is some great imagery in there, gives me chills sometimes listening to it.



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if Im in the mood for Floyd the first thing I always go for, ahead of any album, is always Live At Pompeii, for the blissful music and nice scenery but mostly for all the fap worthy vintage gear porn


(full version is gone from youtube but its still up in parts)

album wise Animals and Piper at the Gates of Dawn probably get the most play

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Re: Pink Floyd

I'm always a bit jealous when people discover bands like Pink Floyd and they get to hear these songs for the first time.

The great thing is, it's impossible for Pink Floyd to grow "old". Echoes, Shine On etc are always amazing every time I hear them.

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I'm always a bit jealous when people discover bands like Pink Floyd and they get to hear these songs for the first time.
Same thing happened when I discovered Led Zeppelin about 10 years ago now. Always said I was born in the wrong decade, all the bands I love, Zep, Floyd, Beatles, Queen were all in an era before I was born (in '81).

I got into music mainly in the early 90's when Oasis started, another favourite of mine.
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Re: Pink Floyd

Speaking of Floyd, I came across a new song of from their upcoming album. If this is any indication of the album's tone, then The Endless River will be worthy.

Nick Mason's drumming here is very reminiscent of the midway point in Pink Floyd's "A Saucerful of Secrets", it also kinda reminds me of Genesis's "The Brazilian" w/ the tribal vibe. It' s too bad that it's only shy of 3 minutes, would've loved it if they expanded on it more.




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Meddle is a phenomenal album too, one of the more underrated gems in their discography. Great band all round though.
Meddle is actually my favorite Floyd record. Echoes is just amazing. It's a shame it's overshadowed by The Wall and Dark Side but those are also quite worthy records.



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