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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
Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd
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
A Saucerful of Secrets
2016
Delicate Sound of Thunder (Live)
2016
More (Original Film Soundtrack)
2016
Relics
2014
The Endless River
Pink Floyd Feb 21, 2019
Today in 1967, Pink Floyd started their first session at EMI Studios, at London's Abbey Road (later to take on the more familiar moniker). The first piece they worked on? Matilda Mother. Here's Roger, Richard and Syd at the studios that year:
Pink Floyd Feb 20, 2019
At this point in February 1968, Pink Floyd were doing performances for a number of European TV stations, and on this day, were in Paris for Bouton Rouge, on ORTF2 TV. They ran through Astronomy Domine, Flaming, Set The Controls and Let There Be More Light; ORTF broadcast the recording four days later...
Pink Floyd Feb 19, 2019
Today in 1988, David Gilmour, along with the rest of the Floyd touring band (but no Richard or Nick) performed the second of a couple of "secret" little aftershow gigs in front of 200 each night at the Corner Hotel in Richmond, Melbourne, during the Australian leg of the Momentary Lapse tour. Billed as "The Fishermen's", they did a cover version set including Superstition, I Shot The Sheriff, Pick Up The Pieces, and Reeling In The Years. [Picture credit: venue]
Pink Floyd Feb 18, 2019
Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive ('Pop 68')
Pink Floyd Feb 18, 2019
Set The Controls… The first part of MOJO magazine's 2-part Pink Floyd special collectors' edition is on sale now in UK shops. 132 pages of in-depth interviews, stories and photos, tracing the Floyd's journey from the earliest days of the band, through to 1973's The Dark Side Of The Moon. Part Two will be out in April, and takes the story from 1974 to the present day, including an interview with Nick Mason that was published in the normal monthly edition of MOJO in 2017. To buy online, worldwide, visit http://pinkfloyd.lnk.to/MOJO
Pink Floyd Feb 17, 2019
Having spent almost a month on the road performing the piece, Pink Floyd invited the press along to officially premiere The Dark Side Of The Moon today in 1972 (with the album not following until more than a year later). The venue, the Rainbow in London, is now a Pentecostal church...
Pink Floyd Feb 16, 2019
Over the years, Pink Floyd used various inflatables - a range of different pig designs, an inflatable family (complete with television and fridge) for the 1977 tour, and to promote the announcement of UK concert dates in 1988, an inflatable bed was floated over the River Thames in London...
Pink Floyd Feb 15, 2019
The plain poster for this 1970 show was in marked contrast to the set list performed that night - The Embryo, Careful With That Axe, Eugene, Main Theme (from More), Atom Heart Mother, Astronomy Domine, Interstellar Overdrive, Set The Controls and the title track from A Saucerful Of Secrets...
Pink Floyd Feb 13, 2019
A fun concert poster by artist Bob Lewis of Eye of Argus, from February 1971, depicting the Mekon - the arch enemy of British comic character Dan Dare. On that subject, Dan Dare is name checked in which Floyd song?
Pink Floyd Feb 11, 2019
Let's start the week with a look at one of Pink Floyd's more recent promo videos:
Pink Floyd Feb 11, 2019
Tickets for more of Nick Mason (Official)'s Saucerful Of Secrets shows in Europe go on sale this morning...
Pink Floyd Feb 08, 2019
This weekend is the final opportunity to see The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains at its current home in Dortmund, Germany. Limited tickets are still available; more details of where to get them from, and information regarding the exhibition, can be found at https://pinkfloydexhibition.de
Pink Floyd Feb 08, 2019
More dates for Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets in July this year...
Pink Floyd Feb 07, 2019
A ticket and pass for the first of the original Pink Floyd The Wall concerts. The original advert for the first batch of shows (on February 7th, 8th and 9th, 1980) noted that "due to the complexity of these concerts including quadraphonic sound, special effects and animated film, seats will be limited" and made it clear that it would only be performed in LA and New York.
Pink Floyd Feb 06, 2019
Pink Floyd Feb 04, 2019
When the Super Audio CD (SACD) version of The Dark Side Of The Moon was released, this promotional SACD of Money was issued - but do you know who is lurking behind the stained glass?
Pink Floyd Feb 03, 2019
Saucerful Of Secrets
Pink Floyd Feb 02, 2019
What songs (or albums) would you start a young Floyd fan with to set them on the road to a deeper understanding of the band? What would you recommend they listen to first? http://pinkfloyd.lnk.to/Essential
Pink Floyd Feb 01, 2019
A notable day! 52 years ago today, Pink Floyd turned professional, signing to EMI Records beginning a relationship which endured for many years. Not content with signing to the label, they also recorded parts of Arnold Layne and Candy and a Currant Bun.
Pink Floyd Jan 31, 2019
Following on from yesterday's post, here's the poster advertising the German, Austrian and Swiss shows in January 1977:
Pink Floyd Jan 30, 2019
A good example of an attractive European concert ticket, advertising Pink Floyd's show in Berlin 42 years ago today...
Pink Floyd Jan 30, 2019
David Gilmour
Pink Floyd Jan 29, 2019
Christie's in New York is auctioning highlights from the personal guitar collection of David Gilmour on 20 June 2019. Comprising more than 120 guitars, Gilmour's collection focuses on a selection of his preferred Fender models including Broadcasters, Esquires, Telecasters and Stratocasters, led by a guitar as iconic and recognisable as the historic performances for which it was used - the 1969 Black Stratocaster. Detailing the musical history of one of the world's most influential guitarists, the sale will be the largest and most comprehensive collection of guitars to be offered at auction. All sale proceeds will benefit charitable causes. Estimates range from $300 to $150,000, appealing to a wide spectrum of guitar aficionados, fans and collectors alike. A global tour of the collection will launch in London at Christie's in King Street from March 27-31, 2019 where the full collection will be on display, followed by highlights in Los Angeles May 7-11, and then the New York sale preview ahead of the auction from June 14-19. During the exhibitions, the sound experience will be provided by Sennheiser. David Gilmour: "These guitars have been very good to me and many of them have given me pieces of music over the years. They have paid for themselves many times over, but it's now time that they moved on. Guitars were made to be played and it is my wish that wherever they end up, they continue to give their owners the gift of music. By auctioning these guitars I hope that I can give some help where it is really needed and through my charitable foundation do some good in this world. It will be a wrench to see them go and perhaps one day I'll have to track one or two of them down and buy them back!" More details at www.Christies.com/DavidGilmour and www.DavidGilmour.com. #GilmourGuitars Picture: Jill Furmanovsky, 1973
Pink Floyd Jan 28, 2019
A very happy birthday to Robert Wyatt, seen here with Nick Mason:
Pink Floyd Jan 27, 2019
Happy birthday, Nick!