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2016
A Collection of Great Dance Songs
2016
The Dark Side of the Moon
2016
Wish You Were Here
2016
Animals
2016
Meddle
2016
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
2016
The Division Bell
2016
A Foot In the Door: The Best of Pink Floyd
2016
The Final Cut
2016
Atom Heart Mother
2016
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
2016
Obscured by Clouds
2016
The Wall
2016
Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd
2016
Ummagumma
2016
A Saucerful of Secrets
2016
Delicate Sound of Thunder (Live)
2016
More (Original Film Soundtrack)
2016
Relics
2016
The Early Years, 1967-1972, Cre/ation
2016
1972 Obfusc/Ation
2016
1971 Reverber/ation
2016
1969 Dramatis/ation
2016
1970 Devi/Ation
2016
1965-67 Cambridge St/ation
2016
1968 Germin/ation
2016
Pulse (Live)
2014
The Endless River
Pink Floyd Jun 16, 2019
To get you in the mood for this week's sale of David Gilmour's guitars in New York City, to raise funds for his charitable foundation (or indeed to take your mind off the instruments being sold), here's a look at David's 2016 performances in Pompeii, Italy:
Pink Floyd Jun 15, 2019
A new interview with Nick Mason (Official) and his fellow Saucerful Of Secrets:
Pink Floyd Jun 14, 2019
David Gilmour
Pink Floyd Jun 14, 2019
Christie's
Pink Floyd Jun 14, 2019
We are sad to note the death of independent film maker Peter Whitehead, who documented the counterculture of the 1960s, as this obituary discusses. Amongst many things, Peter shot the film Tonite Let's All Make Love In London, featuring Pink Floyd; expanded footage shot of the band was later released as Pink Floyd - London 1966-67.
Pink Floyd Jun 13, 2019
The Floyd's third studio album, Soundtrack from the film More, was released today, 50 years ago. It's the only album in the band's discography not to include a Roger Waters lead vocal on it. The album was recorded between 1st February through to 31st May, 1969, and has some markedly different styles of song on it, as was required for the Barbet Schroeder film, principally shot on the island of Ibiza. http://lnk.to/pinkfloydmore
Pink Floyd Jun 12, 2019
Saucerful Of Secrets
Pink Floyd Jun 11, 2019
Earlier, we were talking about Pink Floyd's 1987 Momentary Lapse tour, which extended to 1989 (plus a one-off date at Knebworth, 1990). Here's a look at the custom made quad desk used during the almost 200 concerts to control the movement of the surround sound effects around the venues:
Pink Floyd Jun 11, 2019
For Pink Floyd's Momentary Lapse Of Reason tour, a number of new designs for items such as t-shirts were created. This one marries the old with the (then) new...The Dark Side Of The Moon, and Learning To Fly:
Pink Floyd Jun 10, 2019
Five years ago, the video for Marooned was released, then marking the 20th anniversary of Pink Floyd's The Division Bell. Much of the thought-provoking video was shot by the Floyd's Creative Director Aubrey 'Po' Powell in Pripyat, Ukraine, close to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, but there is also footage provided by NASA looking down at the planet from the International Space Station.
Pink Floyd Jun 09, 2019
Nick Mason (Official)
Pink Floyd Jun 08, 2019
On the subject of The Division Bell, here's some background on the album... http://PinkFloyd.lnk.to/DBell #pinkfloyd #divisionbell
Pink Floyd Jun 07, 2019
Out today, to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pink Floyd's The Division Bell, is a limited release of the album in translucent blue, heavyweight vinyl as a 2LP set. It echoes the original limited blue vinyl release by Columbia Records in 1994. Released on Pink Floyd Records (catalogue number PFRLP 31) it features the 2014 master by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and the late Doug Sax of the Mastering Lab, California. The 2LP version of The Division Bell features full-length tracks throughout (the original 1994 vinyl release had tracks edited to fit onto 1 LP), a gatefold sleeve with four different images of specially-created heads, and two full-colour lyric/image inner bags. It can be ordered through https://pinkfloyd.lnk.to/DB25FA
Pink Floyd Jun 07, 2019
Christie's
Pink Floyd Jun 07, 2019
David Gilmour
Pink Floyd Jun 05, 2019
Today we mark the 1995 release of the live album, PULSE. Earlier versions of the CD included a flashing LED on the spine of the cover, which Nick Mason commented on the reasons for: "Essentially, it's a device which we thought was entertaining. It's an idea of Storm Thorgerson's which related to Dark Side and the pulse, and it's a live album so the box is "alive". After that, in terms of seriously deep meanings, one might be struggling a bit..." https://lnk.to/Pinkfloydpulse
Pink Floyd Jun 04, 2019
Following on from yesterday's picture, here's a photo of the band in Moscow, during a press call.
Pink Floyd Jun 04, 2019
Saucerful Of Secrets
Pink Floyd Jun 03, 2019
From the band's Russian gigs in 1989: #PinkFloydLive #PinkFloyd
Pink Floyd Jun 02, 2019
Today we mark the 1972 release of Pink Floyd's Obscured By Clouds. What are your highlights of this album? Here's a look at the recording sessions for it, in February 1972:
Pink Floyd Jun 01, 2019
Many happy returns to Gerald Scarfe, who first worked with Pink Floyd in 1974 but is best known with Floyd fans for his unforgettable work on The Wall.
Pink Floyd May 31, 2019
David Gilmour
Pink Floyd May 31, 2019
‘The Black Strat’ — a rock icon | Christie's
Pink Floyd May 30, 2019
Nick talks cymbals - and how they differ - in this video from a few years ago:
Pink Floyd May 29, 2019
Hot dogs, a "knockout atmosphere", oh...and the likes of Pink Floyd, Cream, and The Jimi Hendrix Experience!