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2016
Pulse (Live)
2016
A Foot In the Door: The Best of Pink Floyd
2016
The Final Cut
2016
Atom Heart Mother
2016
Obscured by Clouds
2016
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
2016
The Division Bell
2016
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
2016
The Wall
2016
The Dark Side of the Moon
2016
Wish You Were Here
2016
Meddle
2016
Animals
2016
Ummagumma
2016
A Saucerful of Secrets
2016
1969 Dramatis/ation
2016
1971 Reverber/ation
2016
1970 Devi/Ation
2016
1965-67 Cambridge St/ation
2016
A Collection of Great Dance Songs
2016
1968 Germin/ation
2016
1972 Obfusc/Ation
2016
The Early Years, 1967-1972, Cre/ation
2016
Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd
2016
More (Original Film Soundtrack)
2016
Delicate Sound of Thunder (Live)
2016
Relics
2014
The Endless River
Pink Floyd Apr 20, 2019
In April 1968, Pink Floyd released It Would Be So Nice/Julia Dream as a single. US publication Cash Box noted that "this moving, psychedelic rocker could send them on a long chart trip"...sadly, it didn't, not getting in to the singles charts. In the advert for the release, Roger seems to be rather interested in a stick, for some reason:
Pink Floyd Apr 18, 2019
Storm Thorgerson, chatting with David Gilmour and Roger Waters:
Pink Floyd Apr 16, 2019
On this day in 2001, the compilation Wouldn't You Miss Me: The Best of Syd Barrett was released. It included Bob Dylan Blues, which David Gilmour had found a tape of in his own personal archives. If it's been a while, listen to all of Syd's work through this link: http://lnk.to/SydMusic
Pink Floyd Apr 13, 2019
A reminder, should you need it, that this morning Record Store Day 2019 began. Hopefully those who want to head out to their local independent record store to pick up their copy of the RSD exclusive mono remaster on 180g vinyl, of Pink Floyd's second album A Saucerful Of Secrets, have done so...let us know if you were successful getting a copy! Details: https://recordstoreday.com
Pink Floyd Apr 12, 2019
As noted previously, to celebrate tomorrow's RSD (Record Store Day) 2019 Pink Floyd are re-releasing their second album, A Saucerful Of Secrets on premium 180g vinyl, remastered by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman from the original 1968 analogue mono mix. It will be available ONLY from RSD participating stores. The stores themselves can't sell it online - the record will become available for customers coming through the door of the store from tomorrow morning (and not before), in limited quantities - it will be first come, first served, and only one copy per customer. After RSD, if copies remain, only then the stores may put them for sale online. If you are interested in getting a copy, don't forget to set your alarm clocks as queues start very early! Details: http://www.recordstoreday.com
Pink Floyd Apr 11, 2019
To help celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pink Floyd's The Division Bell, a limited release of the album in translucent blue, heavyweight vinyl as a 2LP set, is coming on June 7th, 2019. 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/DB25
Pink Floyd Apr 10, 2019
The Floyd during the Obscured By Clouds recording sessions, in 1972...
Pink Floyd Apr 08, 2019
Saucerful Of Secrets
Pink Floyd Apr 08, 2019
Today in 1967, Pink Floyd played a late set at the Roundhouse in London, having hurried over from Bishop's Stortford where they'd performed earlier in the evening. Also on the bill was Electric Poets, a short-lived band featuring Soft Machine's Daevid Allen and Robert Wyatt with Gong's Gilli Smyth:
Pink Floyd Apr 06, 2019
Let's start the weekend with a look back to 2006. Remember That Night is a live recording of David Gilmour's solo concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall on 29th, 30th and 31st May that year, and you can now view the entire recording via: http://davidgilmour.lnk.to/watchRTN
Pink Floyd Apr 05, 2019
Whilst Pink Floyd's 1971 compilation Relics is best known for its hand-drawn cover by Nick Mason, there have been other covers for this album (principally the four-eyed bottle opener on the cover of the US edition). Here's an Australian edition, and the 1996 reissue - for this, the intricate contraption Nick designed was created as a 3D model, that sits in Nick's office!
Pink Floyd Apr 05, 2019
David Gilmour: My life in guitars | Christie's
Pink Floyd Apr 03, 2019
In 1970, the soundtrack album for Antonioni's Zabriskie Point was released. The album included some otherwise unavailable Pink Floyd recordings, made specifically for the movie. One of these - Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up - was a version of Careful With That Axe, Eugene, and was used to great effect in the conclusion of the film.
Pink Floyd Apr 02, 2019
Here's a shot of the band, shortly before heading onstage in 1967:
Pink Floyd Mar 31, 2019
On this day in 1984, David Gilmour started his first solo tour in Dublin, Ireland, tying in with the release of About Face, his second album. The day before he appeared on Channel 4 television's show The Tube (which was fronted by Jools Holland) where he performed Until We Sleep and Blue Light:
Pink Floyd Mar 30, 2019
22 years apart - the Miami ticket from 1994 was for the first night of the World Tour that year, a concert which was held the week before The Division Bell came out in the US. There were some similarities in set list to the Manchester show with both featuring One Of These Days, and songs from The Dark Side Of The Moon - although the renditions were markedly different. Did you see the band live either in 1972 or 1994 (or indeed, both)?
Pink Floyd Mar 30, 2019
David Gilmour
Pink Floyd Mar 28, 2019
51 years ago today, Pink Floyd recorded Set The Controls for a special edition of the UK's BBC Two television show Omnibus: All My Loving, and here's the band's appearance on it:
Pink Floyd Mar 28, 2019
Unable to visit the David Gilmour Guitar Collection exhibition at Christie's in London this week? Or fancy another (virtual) look around the displays? Visit https://www.christies.com/features/Virtual-tour-The-David-Gilmour-Guitar-Collection-9776-3.aspx to take a 3D (or VR) tour of all the instruments, and for more information about the exhibition, other places to view the instruments, and the auction itself (including details and pictures of every item up for sale), visit https://www.christies.com/auctions/the-david-gilmour-collection
Pink Floyd Mar 28, 2019
As we've seen, March was a key album release month for Pink Floyd, and today we mark the 25th anniversary of The Division Bell! Who came up with the title, how, and what incentive did that person have? http://pinkfloyd.lnk.to/DBell
Pink Floyd Mar 27, 2019
Christie's
Pink Floyd Mar 26, 2019
Saucerful Of Secrets
Pink Floyd Mar 25, 2019
The March 25th, 1967 edition of Disc and Music Echo had this article about the "Pinky Kinkies". It was also a day which had the band playing three gigs in different venues within 24 hours. A busy period for them!
Pink Floyd Mar 25, 2019
Happy birthday, Bob Ezrin, 70 today! Find out more about his production work for Pink Floyd and many, many others here:
Pink Floyd Mar 25, 2019
David Gilmour