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LENT DEVOTIONAL 2015 – 40 DAYS OF CLASSIC ROCK – #9 – “Comfortably Numb” – Pink Floyd

Though most probably remember the titular anthem, “Brick In The Wall,” from Pink Floyd’s groundbreaking concept album, “The Wall,” it was 1979’s, “Comfortably Numb,” that truly showcased the depths of the bands musical and lyrical talent. 237 more words


Hello Hello Hello

Anybody’s in there?
Just nod if you can hear me
Is there anyone home?

(Comfortably Numb, Pink Floyd)
Hello people. Much water has flowed under the bridge since I last posted. 218 more words

cool off

i only wanted to loosen up, to breathe some air, so i could think clearly and not to totally break up with her. as usual, she couldn’t (or didn’t want to) see the brighter side of ‘space’ and took it negatively again and thought that it’s the end of everything. 189 more words

Song of the Day: Comfortably Numb (by Pink Floyd)

David Gilmour.

That name seems to come up quite often when the subject of best guitar solos come up. His guitar work on Pink Floyd’s single “Comfortably Numb” might not be the technical wonder of a John Petrucci guitar solo or the blues throwback to the blues greats like Duane Allman, but his two guitar solos in this song has been hailed by many as the greatest guitar solos. 418 more words