As for the 9: Actually I'm not sure I can add much since essentially I agree with you on the importance of these two to the early Floyd and agree that the other two were quite expendable.
It will be easy to let go of it. Especially, your observations on the "the I love Pink Floyd, their songs blow my mind" crowd. But then, one of my big favourites here, as well, is Lucifer Sam. The Mysterious Affair at Styles is about a mysterious affair that happens at a country house called Styles.
A Mason tapeloop comes on, and suddenly the guys are all trying to make as much noise as possible, and you can just see ships blowing up and getting shot and all of that cool stuff.
I'm not saying they were bad on their own, they were usually quite brilliant in their own right. If you are interested, keep reading. Waters' material is more in the 'cosmic' vein, and rather cool overall.
I had a friend burn me a copy to listen to in my spare time, which was here recently, trying to keep an open mind about it. Regardless of how many drugs the rest of the group used throughout their history, and supposedly they were used a lot though some have claimed this is just rumorPink Floyd never again made an album which even approached being this trippy.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Bandwhich was a major critical and commercial success when released in June I would disagree about your placement of Piper in your list as as it deserves a much more advanced position in the chronology of influential major releases, unless of course I misunderstood your system.
My advice to Floyd fans is to move on and experience the rest of the universe of original music. The Tokyo-Montana Express is a writer's notebook, made up of stories, musings and mini-discourses written whilst in Japan and back home in the United States, each entry informed by a sort of eccentric hippy metaphysics.
Alas, though, Syd's songwriting had gone completely off the deep end, and the rest of the group finally decided that they had no choice but to fire him. Oh and i ain't got a clue how the hell you rate your albums, rather freaked to me so i'd give this album a 6 out of It's just a little too trippy for me I'm afraid.
This is a common dream we all have. A spokesman for the BBC stated: Thanks Ken DiTomaso kenditomaso By the way, my favorite Floyd albums are 'More - it was my first floyd album, and so it holds a special place in my heart; 'Meddle', by the way, doesn't the guitar part in A Pillow of Winds remind you of The Beatles' 'Julia'' and 'Animals'.
I'd give it a very low 12, because "Interstellar Overdrive," "Chapter 24," and especially the atrocious "Take up Thy Stethoscope and Walk" are all one here. Apart from being a stunningly well made album, DSOM taught us that you can include any sound in a piece of music.
The Gnomewould make a beautiful nursery rhyme.
John Lennon wanted very much for peace to be found abroad and also hear at home, so gave us a set of logical steps to fix the world. Wish You Were Here was a bit of an anticlimax. Pepper, the song was the object of intense scrutiny and commentary.
Country is part of our livelihood. I didn't even read past the first half of the page because it pissed me off Marowski and Roger Matuz. A title should tell you what a movie, show, episode of a show or product is about or does. Sometimes, though, the premise or plot of the story is all right there in the title.
That's when you can say that the story is "Exactly What It Says on the Tin".
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