Pink Floyd - Wish "Roy" Were In Knebworth FLAC album
Title: Wish "Roy" Were In Knebworth
Style: Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1381 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1387 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1746 mb
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Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 12 September 1975 through Harvest Records and Columbia Records, their first release for the latter. Based on material Pink Floyd composed while performing in Europe, Wish You Were Here was recorded over numerous sessions throughout 1975, at Abbey Road Studios in London.
Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by the English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released in September 1975. It explores themes of absence, the music business and former band-mate Syd Barrett’s mental decline. Inspired by material the band composed while performing across Europe, Wish You Were Here was recorded in numerous sessions at London’s Abbey Road Studios. The band played much of Wish You Were Here on 5 July 1975 at an open-air music festival at Knebworth. Singer Roy Harper, performing at the same event, on discovering that his stage costume was missing proceeded to destroy one of Pink Floyd’s vans (injuring himself in the process). This delayed the normal setup procedure of the band’s sound system. As a pair of World War II Spitfire aircraft had been booked to fly over the crowd during their entrance, the band were not able to delay their set.
Artist: Pink Floyd Title: Wish You Were Here (2016 Remaster) Genre: Progressive Rock Release Date: 1975 Format: FLAC (tracks) Quality: Hi-Res 24bit stereo‘Wish You Were Here’ was an album about the absence of Barrett, in a way, it was also their swan song as a band. Albumet kretsar kring alienation, nedbrytning av mänskliga relationer och hur människor behandlas som ting av till exempel företag och stater; även förlusten av ungdom samt oskuldsfull glädje är ett genomgående tema.
Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd song). Wish You Were Here" is a power ballad on Pink Floyd's 1975 album Wish You Were Here. David Gilmour and Roger Waters collaborated to write the music, and Gilmour sang the lead vocal. In 2011, the song was ranked No. 324 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
The band played much of Wish You Were Here on 5 July 1975 at the Knebworth music festival. Roy Harper, performing at the same event, on discovering that his stage costume was missing, proceeded to destroy one of Pink Floyd's vans, injuring himself in the process. This delayed the normal setup procedure of the band's sound system. Wish You Were Here was sold in one of the more elaborate packages to accompany a Pink Floyd album. Storm Thorgerson had accompanied the band on their 1974 tour, and had given serious thought to the meaning of the lyrics, eventually deciding that the songs were, in general, concerned with "unfulfilled presence", rather than Barrett's illness. This theme of absence was reflected in the ideas produced by his long hours spent brainstorming with the band.
Pink Floyd followed the commercial breakthrough of Dark Side of the Moon with Wish You Were Here, a loose concept album about and dedicated to their founding member Syd Barrett. The record unfolds gradually, as the jazzy textures of "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" reveal its melodic motif, and in its leisurely pace, the album shows itself to be a warmer record than its predecessor. Musically, it's arguably even more impressive, showcasing the group's interplay and David Gilmour's solos in particular. Welcome To The Machine (07:27) Written-By – Roger Waters 03. Have A Cigar (05:08) Vocals – Roy Harper Written-By – Roger Waters 04. Wish You Were Here (05:34) Written-By – David Gilmour, Roger Waters 05. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts VI - IX) (12:35) Written-By – David Gilmour, Richard Wright, Roger Waters.
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here Dutch CD album. Wish You Were Here is a song cycle dedicated to Pink Floyd's original frontman, Syd Barrett, who'd flamed out years before: two grimly funny songs about the evils of the music business ("By the way, which one's Pink?"), and two long, touching ones about the band's vanished friend. The real star of the show, though, is the production: sparkling, convoluted, designed to sound deeply oh-wow under the influence-and pretty great sober too-with David Gilmour getting lots.
Pink Floyd’s 1975 album Wish You Were Here is an undisputed rock classic. Everything had sort of come our way, and you had to reassess what you were in it for thereafter. the video quotes Gilmour as saying about the album. And it was a pretty confusing and sort of empty time for a while. You can check out the fascinating video below.
|Raving And Drooling|
|Gotta Be Crazy|
|Tune Up Time|
|Shine On You Crazy Diamond (I~V)|
|Have A Cigar|
|Shine On You Crazy Diamond (VI~IX)|
|Dark Side Of The Moon|
|Speak To Me|
|On The Run|
|Great Gig In The Sky|
|Us And Them|
|Any Colour You Like|
|Tune Up Time|
|HL309/310/311||Pink Floyd||Wish "Roy" Were In Knebworth (3xCD, Unofficial)||Highland||HL309/310/311||Japan||1999|
|Sigma 20||Pink Floyd||Knebworth Park (3xCD, Unofficial)||Sigma||Sigma 20||Japan||2008|
|Sigma 74||Pink Floyd||Knebworth 1975 - New Master (2xCD, Ltd, Unofficial)||Sigma||Sigma 74||Japan||2012|
|none||Pink Floyd||Knebworth 1975 Pre Master (2xAcetate, LP, Ltd, Num, RM, TP, Unofficial)||TMOQ Japan||none||Japan||2013|
|none||Pink Floyd||Spitfires And Moons (2xAcetate, LP, Ltd, Num, RM, Unofficial)||TMOQ Japan||none||Japan||2014|
|EAT 47/48/49||Pink Floyd||All Roads Lead To Knebworth (3xCD, Unofficial)||Eat A Peach!||EAT 47/48/49||Italy||2015|