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Classic Albums: The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon
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Classic Albums: The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” Classic Album is the creative story behind the masterpiece: “Dark Side Of The Moon”. “Dark Side Of The Moon” transformed Pink Floyd from art house favorites to global, stadium superstars. Prior to 1973, Pink Floyd maintained a relentless...Read Full Story
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The haunting, cracked solo work of ex-Pink Floyd leader Syd Barrett has...Read Full Story
Syd Barrett, co-founder of legendary band Pink Floyd, passed away five years ago today. He passed away on July 7, 2006 of pancreatic cancer and suffered from years of diabetes, but his legend lives on in his music. Barrett was with the band until 1968, and he's credited with naming the band and writing uch of the band's debut album, 1967's Piper at the Gates of Dawn. He also released two solo albums in 1970, after being pushed out of the band -- a move that was blamed on the bassist's...Read Full Story
The host of Best Show on WFMU wasn't on board with the band's entire catalog until Roger Waters' The Wall stage show blew his mind.
There might not be a band that I’ve had a more confusing relationship with throughout my life than Pink Floyd. The Wall was one of the first albums I bought with my own money, and I fell hard for all of their “big” records. As I moved on to college rock, learning about Syd Barrett made me turn against anything past A Saucerful of Secrets, the last Floyd album to...Read Full Story
Music: Tony Nunes reviews Marcus Hearn's pictorial biographies on Pink Floyd and The WhoBiographer Marcus Hearn just released a pair of books outlining the careers of two of the most famous English rock bands to emerge out of the late 1960's. The books, simply titled The Who and Pink Floyd are detailed pictorial histories with extensive, biographically relevant context interlaced throughout. Both books are great insights into the humble beginnings of two bands that are now synonymous with...Read Full Story