Pink Floyd - "The Dark Side of The Moon" PULSE Remastered

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Опубликовано: 2020-02-22
Продолжительность: 44:01
Pink Floyd concert video taken from the 20 October 1994 concert at Earls Court, London, England in The Division Bell Tour. It was originally released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995. Later years 2019 David Gilmour – guitar, vocals
Nick Mason – drums, percussion, vocal phrase (recording)
Rick Wright – Hammond organ, synthesiser
Guy Pratt – bass guitar
Gary Wallis – percussion, extra drums on Pulse
Tim Renwick – rhythm guitar
Jon Carin – synthesiser,
Dick Perry - Saxophone
Sam Brown – backing vocals
Durga McBroom – backing vocals,
Claudia Fontaine – backing vocals
Track listing
"Speak to Me" removed due to copyright / otherwise Blocked
1. "Breathe" 00:00
2. "On the Run" 02:44
3. "Time" 06:18
4. "The Great Gig in the Sky" 00:12:58
5. "Money" 00:18:18
6 "Us and Them" 00:27:01
7. "Any Colour You Like" 00:34:06
8. Brain Damage"/"Eclipse" 00:37:22

Some background :
The Dark Side of the Moon is the eighth studio album by Pink Floyd, released on 1 March 1973
The Dark Side of the Moon received critical acclaim upon release, and has since been hailed by critics as one of the greatest albums of all time

Following Meddle in 1971, Pink Floyd assembled for a tour of Britain, Japan and the United States in December of that year. In a band meeting at drummer Nick Mason's home in Camden, bassist Roger Waters proposed that a new album could form part of the tour. Waters' idea was for an album that dealt with things that "make people mad", focusing on the pressures faced by the band during their arduous lifestyle, and dealing with the apparent mental problems suffered by former band member Syd Barrett
All four members agreed that Waters' album concept unified by a single theme was a good idea. Waters, Gilmour, Mason and keyboardist Richard Wright participated in the writing and production of the new material, and Waters created the early demo tracks at his Islington home in a small studio built in his garden shed. Parts of the new album were taken from previously unused material; the opening line of "Breathe" came from an earlier work by Waters and Ron Geesin, written for the soundtrack of The Body, and the basic structure of "Us and Them" borrowed from an original composition by Wright for Zabriskie Point.
The band rehearsed at a warehouse in London owned by the Rolling Stones, and then at the Rainbow Theatre in Finsbury Park, London. They also purchased extra equipment, which included new speakers, a PA system, a 28-track mixing desk with a four channel quadraphonic output, and a custom-built lighting rig. Nine tonnes of kit was transported in three lorries; this would be the first time the band had taken an entire album on tour.
The album had been given the provisional title of Dark Side of the Moon (an allusion to lunacy, rather than astronomy). However, after discovering that that title had already been used by another band, Medicine Head, it was temporarily changed to Eclipse. The new material premiered at The Dome in Brighton, on 20 January 1972, and after the commercial failure of Medicine Head's album the title was changed back to the band's original preference The Dark Side of The Moon