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Pink Floyd formed in 1964 from earlier bands whose names included Sigma 6, T-Set, Megadeaths, The Screaming Abdabs, The Architectural Abdabs, and The Abdabs. The band was again renamed The Pink Floyd Sound and then simply The Pink Floyd (after two blues musicians, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council). The definite article was dropped by the time their debut album was released. Pink Floyd originally consisted of Bob Klose (lead guitar), Syd Barrett (vocals, rhythm guitar), Richard Wright (keyboards, vocals), Roger Waters (bass, vocals) and Nick Mason (drums). They covered rhythm and blues staples such as 'Louie, Louie'

Meet Tom Kohn

Read "Meet Tom Kohn" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Like many of our Jazz Super Fans, Tom Kohn's passion for music started when he was a teen, with a job in a record store and a penchant for acquiring albums that would impress even the most dedicated adult collectors. He grew up into a music business day job but, after suffering a life-changing event, he ...

The Later Years: 1987-2019

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1 (A Momentary Lapse of Reason, Remixed & Updated): Sign of Life; Learning to Fly; The Dogs of War; One Slip; On the Turning Away; Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; A New Machine Part 1; Terminal Frost; A New Machine Part 2; Sorrow.

CD2 (Delicate Sound of Thunder, Remixed, Part 1): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; Signs of Life; Learning to Fly; Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; A New Machine Part 1; Terminal Frost; A New Machine Part 2; Sorrow; The Dogs of War; On the Turning Away.

CD3 (Delicate Sound of Thunder, Remixed, Part 2): One of These Days; Time; On the Run; The Great Gig in the Sky; Wish You Were Here; Welcome to the Machine; Us and Them; Money; Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2; Comfortably Numb; One Slip; Run Like Hell.

CD4 (Live Recordings, 1987-1994 & Unreleased Studio Recordings): One of These Days (Hanover, 1994); Astronomy Domine (Miami, 1994); The Dogs of War (Atlanta, 1987); On the Turning Away (Atlanta, 1987); Run Like Hell (Atlanta, 1987); Blues 1 (unreleased 1994 recording); Slippery Guitar (unreleased 1994 recording); Rick’s Theme (unreleased 1994 recording); David’s Blues (unreleased 1994 recording); Marooned Jam (unreleased 1994 recording);Nervana (unreleased 1994 recording); High Hopes (unreleased alternate version).

CD5 (Knebworth Concert 1990): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; The Great Gig in the Sky; Wish You Were Here; Sorrow; Money; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell.

Blu Ray 1 (Surround & High Res Audio Mixes, Runtime: 152 Mins): A Momentary Lapse of Reason, Remixed & Updated (5.1 DTS Master Audio 5.1 [24/96], PCM 5.1 [26/94]) & High Res Audio (PCM Stereo [24/96]), : Sign of Life; Learning to Fly; The Dogs of War; One Slip; On the Turning Away; Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; A New Machine Part 1; Terminal Frost; A New Machine Part 2; Sorrow. The Division Bell, 2014 Remix (5.1 DTS Master Audio 5.1 [24/96], PCM 5.1 [26/94]): Cluster One; What Do You Want From Me; Poles Apart; Marooned; A Great Day for Freedom; Wearing the Inside Out; Take It Back; Coming Back to Life; Keep Talking; Lost for Words; High Hopes. Unreleased Studio Recordings (5.1 DTS Master Audio 5.1 [24/96], PCM 5.1 [26/94]) & High Res Audio (PCM Stereo [24/96]): Blues 1 (unreleased 1994 recording, 5.1 mix); Slippery Guitar (unreleased 1994 recording, 5.1 mix); Rick’s Theme (unreleased 1994 recording, 5.1 mix); David’s Blues (unreleased 1994 recording, 5.1 mix); Marooned Jam (unreleased 1994 recording, 5.1 mix);Nervana (unreleased 1994 recording, 5.1 mix); High Hopes (early version, alternative version 5.1 mix).

Blu Ray 2 (Delicate Sound of Thunder, Restored & Remixed (5.1 DTS Master Audio 5.1 [24/96], Stereo PCM [24/96]), Runtime: 120 Mins): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; Signs of Life; Learning to Fly; Sorrow; The Dogs of War; On the Turning Away; One of These Days; Time; On the Run; The Great Gig in the Sky; With You Were Here; Us and Them; Money; Comfortably Numb; One Slip; Run Like Hell.

Blu Ray 3 (Pulse, Restored & Re-Edited, 20 October 1994 Earls Court, London, UK, 5.1 DTS Master Audio 5.1 [24/96], Stereo PCM [24/48]), Runtime: 145 Mins): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5, 7; Learning to Fly; High Hopes; Take It Back; Coming Back to Life; Sorrow; Keep Talking; Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2; One of These Days; Speak to Me; Breathe (In the Air); On the Run; Time; The Great Gig in the Sky; Money; Us and Them; Any Colour You Like; Brain Damage; Eclipse; Wish You Were Here; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell.

Blu Ray 4 (Venice Concert 1989 & Knebworth Concert 1990, Runtime: 147 Mins): Live in Venice, 15 July 1989 (PCM Stereo [24/48]): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Part 1; Learning to Fly; Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; Sorrow; The Dogs of War; On the Turning Away; Time; The Great Gig in the Sky; Wish You Were Here; Money; Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell; Fireworks. Live at Knebworth, 30 July 1990 (5.1 DTS Audio Master [24/48], PCM Stereo [24/48]): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; The Great Gig in the Sky; Wish You Were Here; Sorrow; Money; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell.

Blu Ray 5 (Unreleased Live Films, Music Videos & Concert Screen Films (Stereo PCM [24/48], Runtime: 154 Mins): Music Videos: Learning to Fly; Maroooned; Take It Back; High Hopes; Louder Than Words; Learning to Fly (alternate version). Delicate Sound of Thunder Bonus Tracks: Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; A New Machine Part 1; Terminal Frost; A New Machine Part 2. Tour Rehearsal 1994: A Great Day for Freedom Version 1; A Great Day for Freedom Version 2; Lost for Words. Concert Screen Files 1987: Signs of Life; Learning to Fly; The Dogs of War; One of These Days; Speak to Me; On the Run; Us and Them; Money; Brain Damage + Eclipse. Concert Screen Films 1994: Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-4, 7; Speak to Me; Time; The Great Gig in the Sky; Money; Us and Them (Black & White); Us and Them (Colour); Brain Damage + Eclipse: North American Dates; Brain Damage + Eclipse: European Dates; Brain Damage + Eclipse: Earls Court, London dates. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction, with Billy Corgan: Wish You Were Here (Rehearsal); Wish You Were Here (Performance).

Blu Ray 6 (Documentaries & Unreleased Material (Stereo PCM [24/48] except The Endless River, Stereo PCM [24/96], 5.1 DTS Audio Master [24/96]), Runtime 122 Mins): Arnold Layne (Live at Syd Barrett Tribute 2007); A Momentary Lapse of Reason: Album Cover; The Division Bell: Heads album cover photography; Pulse TV ads 1995; The Endless River, film by Ian Emes: Side 1: Things Left Unsaid, It’s What We Do, Ebb and Flow; Side 2: Sum, Skins, Unsung, Anisina; Side 3: The Lost Art of Conversation, On Noodle Street, Night Light, Allons-y (1), Autumn ’68, Allons-y (2), Talkin’ Hawkin’; Side 4: Calling, Eyes to Pearls, Surfacing, Louder Than Words; A Momentary Lapse of Reason cover shoot interview with David Gilmour and Storm Thorgerson; The Division Bell Airships 1994; Behind the Scenes: The Division Bell Tour; Arnold Layne Rehearsal (Syd Barrett Tribute 2007); The Endless River: Launch Event 2014; The Endless RiverEPK 2014.

DVD1 (Delicate Sound of Thunder, Restored & Remixed (Dolby Digital 5.1 [16/68], DTS 5.1 [16/68], Stereo PCM [16/48]), Runtime: 120 Mins): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; Signs of Life; Learning to Fly; Sorrow; The Dogs of War; On the Turning Away; One of These Days; Time; On the Run; The Great Gig in the Sky; With You Were Here; Us and Them; Money; Comfortably Numb; One Slip; Run Like Hell.

DVD2 (Pulse, Restored & Re-Edited, 20 October 1994 Earls Court, London, UK (Dolby Digital 5.1 [16/68], DTS 5.1 [16/68], Stereo PCM [16/48]), Runtime: 145 Mins): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5, 7; Learning to Fly; High Hopes; Take It Back; Coming Back to Life; Sorrow; Keep Talking; Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2; One of These Days; Speak to Me; Breathe (In the Air); On the Run; Time; The Great Gig in the Sky; Money; Us and Them; Any Colour You Like; Brain Damage; Eclipse; Wish You Were Here; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell.

DVD3 (Venice Concert 1989 & Knebworth Concert 1990, Runtime: 147 Mins): Live in Venice, 15 July 1989 (PCM Stereo [16/48]): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Part 1; Learning to Fly; Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; Sorrow; The Dogs of War; On the Turning Away; Time; The Great Gig in the Sky; With You Were Here; Money; Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell; Fireworks. Live at Knebworth, 30 July 1990 (Dolby Digital 5.1 [16/48], DTS 5.1 [16/48], PCM Stereo [16/48]): Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5; The Great Gig in the Sky; Wish You Were Here; Sorrow; Money; Comfortably Numb; Run Like Hell.

DVD4 (Unreleased Live Films, Music Videos & Concert Screen Films (Stereo PCM [16/48], Runtime: 154 Mins): Music Videos: Learning to Fly; Maroooned; Take It Back; High Hopes; Louder Than Words; Learning to Fly (alternate version). Delicate Sound of Thunder Bonus Tracks: Yet Another Movie; Round and Around; A New Machine Part 1; Terminal Frost; A New Machine Part 2. Tour Rehearsal 1994: A Great Day for Freedom Version 1; A Great Day for Freedom Version 2; Lost for Words. Concert Screen Files 1987: Signs of Life; Learning to Fly; The Dogs of War; One of These Days; Speak to Me; On the Run; Us and Them; Money; Brain Damage + Eclipse. Concert Screen Films 1994: Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-4, 7; Speak to Me; Time; The Great Gig in the Sky; Money; Us and Them (Black & White); Us and Them (Colour); Brain Damage + Eclipse: North American Dates; Brain Damage + Eclipse: European Dates; Brain Damage + Eclipse: Earls Court, London dates. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction, with Billy Corgan: Wish You Were Here (Rehearsal); Wish You Were Here (Performance).

DVD5 (Documentaries & Unreleased Material (Stereo PCM [16/48] except The Endless River, Stereo PCM [16/48], 5.1 Dolby Digital [16/48], 5/1 DTS [16/48]), Runtime 122 Mins): Arnold Layne (Live at Syd Barrett Tribute 2007); A Momentary Lapse of Reason: Album Cover; The Division Bell: Heads album cover photography; Pulse TV ads 1995; The Endless River, film by Ian Emes: Side 1: Things Left Unsaid, It’s What We Do, Ebb and Flow; Side 2: Sum, SKins, Unsung, Anisina; Side 3: The Lost Art of Conversation, On Noodle Street, Night Light, Allons-y (1), Autumn ’68, Allons-y (2), Talkin’ Hawkin’; Side 4: Calling, Eyes to Pearls, Surfacing, Louder Than Words; A Momentary Lapse of Reason cover shoot interview with David Gilmour and Storm Thorgerson; The Division Bell Airships 1994; Behind the Scenes: The Division Bell Tour; Arnold Layne Rehearsal (Syd Barrett Tribute 2007); The Endless River: Launch Event 2014; The Endless RiverEPK 2014.

7” Single 1 (brand new picture sleeve): Arnold Layne (Pink Floyd, Syd Barrett Tribute 2007)/special etched image on B-side.

7” Single 2 (brand new picture sleeve): Lost for Words (Pulse Tour Rehearsal)/special etched image on B-side.

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John Kelman's Best Releases of 2019

Read "John Kelman's Best Releases of 2019" reviewed by John Kelman

Well, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome continues to be a challenge, as it has been since mid-2014. 2019 represents, in fact, the worst year when it comes to the actual number of articles written. Still, I've been finding an increasingly satisfying niche in the arena of in-depth, detailed and extensive/exhaustive (exhausting, for you as much as I!!) articles. ...

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The Later Years: 1987-2019

Read "The Later Years: 1987-2019" reviewed by John Kelman

On January 10, 1994, Pink Floyd announced its upcoming North American tour in support of what would be its second studio album following the 1984 departure of bassist and band co-founder Roger Waters, The Division Bell (Columbia/EMI), a little more than two months before its release on March 28 of the same year. The first of ...

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Unburied Treasure

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Of all the so-called progressive rock bands that emerged in the late '60s/early '70s, Gentle Giant has, perhaps, been the most misunderstood, and the one which failed to reach the same deserved commercial heights of its creatively innovative brethren, like King Crimson, Yes, Genesis and Pink Floyd. Of the bigger names from that time, only Van ...

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King Crimson: In the Court of the Crimson King (50th Anniversary)

Read "In the Court of the Crimson King (50th Anniversary)" reviewed by John Kelman

The passage of time is often defined by both forward motion and a growing collection of memories past; it's also measured by significant milestones that are either realized at the time or in subsequent years. At a recent Royal/Celebration Package event prior to King Crimson's Théâtre St-Denis performance in Montréal, Canada, guitarist and only remaining group ...

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Genre defying UK ensemble Led Bib to release 'It's Morning' on RareNoise Records - due out September 27, 2019

Genre defying UK ensemble Led Bib to release 'It's Morning' on RareNoise Records - due out September 27, 2019

From the Homeric invocation of ethereal opener “Atom Story,” it becomes stunningly clear that It's Morning, the latest album from the uncategorizable UK ensemble Led Bib, is meant to take the listener on a journey. The wide-ranging and evocative set is also a testament to the distance the band has travelled on its own evolutionary path. ...

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Michael J Bolton: Earthrise

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Not the first record to salute the fiftieth anniversary of the first man on the moon, and probably not the last, Earthrise is composer, producer and bassist Michael J Bolton's own lunar landing. Rob Cope's Gods Of Apollo (Ubuntu Music, 2019) is just one recent example on the same theme, but this is hardly a criticism ...

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Ark Noir: Tunnel Visions

Read "Tunnel Visions" reviewed by Roger Farbey

The minute-long opening track, “Intro To A Dystopian Society," whilst too brief to make a proper impact, does, nevertheless, clearly signpost the tenor of the ensuing forty four minutes, which might be construed, rather cynically, as a mash-up of Aphex Twin meets Magma. This glib summation is, of course, inaccurate since Ark Noir possesses its own ...


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