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Rock Legends By Paul Berriff, Now On

In the early 1960′s Yorkshire  photographer and filmaker Paul Berriff OBE photographed some of the most iconic names in the music industry as they toured the county at the beginning of their careers. 161 more words

Photography

Weekend Deluxe or: Time

Salutations™!!

Since this is the beginning of the “Weekend Deluxe” (one extra day off from regular routine), I’m going to take it easy on you and me this week, Dear Reader. 128 more words

Life As We Know It

Chart for stowaways - 21 April 2018

Here are the week’s top albums:

  1. Sparks – Hippopotamus
  2. Tracey Thorn – Record
  3. The Radiophonic Workshop – Burials in Several Earths
  4. Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – The Punishment of Luxury…
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London: Sunday 4 November 1973 (early show)

The Dark Side Of The Moon 54:22
Obscured By Clouds/When You’re In 12:32

MONO
Recorded at: Rainbow Theatre

Vicki Brown vocals David Gilmour electric guitar, organ, vocals Nick Mason drums Dick Parry saxophone Liza Strike vocals Clare Torry vocals Roger Waters electric bass, vocals Richard Wright keyboards, VCS 3, vocals… 545 more words

Pink Floyd

THIS WEEKS ESSENTIAL NEW RELEASES - Friday 25th May 2018

Wooden Shjips  –  V

Wooden Shjips, long-time leaders of the contemporary psychedelic movement, expand their sound with V. On their fifth album the quartet of… 1,477 more words

MUSIC

THE STATUE THIEVES TAKE LISTENERS ON TRIP OF A LIFETIME WITH PSYCHEDELIC ALBUM 'LANIAKEA'

If The Statue Thieves‘ mission is to transport the listener to a higher plane, then psychedelia is the vehicle they’re hiring to take you on the journey. 285 more words

Music

More Blues

STEREO
Written by: Gilmour/Mason/Waters/Wright
Length: 2:12
Recorded at: Pye Recording Studios, London
Date: 3–7 February 1969
Producer: Pink Floyd
Released on: Soundtrack From The Film “More”, 13 June 1969 (Columbia SCX 6346) 227 more words

Pink Floyd