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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


10 Of The Most Iconic Album Covers And Their Backstories

The first glimpse a listener gets to a new album is not the music, but the cover art.  Album artwork introduces the new record to the world and offers insight to what lies within.   1,203 more words


Groove is in the heart

This evening I got home from work and found myself at a bit of a loss. My girlfriend is away for a few days, and so I’m home alone. 1,120 more words


"Share it fairly but don't take a slice of my pie"

I reckon there are plenty of links between the Beatles and Pink Floyd. But here are a couple that I heard lately. The till (or… 70 more words


Is music influencing our politics?

Over the decades, rock bands have always searched for a new and innovative way of capturing an audience. This could be shock value; trends they create or even with lyrical content. 829 more words


See Saw, by Pink Floyd

Marigolds are very much in love
But he doesn’t mind
Picking up his sister
He makes his way into the see-saw land
All the way she smiles… 116 more words