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Pink Floyd - "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" PULSE Remastered 2019



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Pink Floyd concert video taken from the 20 October 1994 concert at Earls Court, London, England in The Division Bell Tour. It was originally released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995.
David Gilmour – guitar, vocals.
Nick Mason – drums, percussion, vocal phrase (recording)
Rick Wright – Hammond organ, synthesiser
Guy Pratt – bass guitar
Gary Wallis – percussion, extra drums on Pulse
Tim Renwick – rhythm guitar
Jon Carin – synthesiser, must not forget the ladies backing up Floyd !
Sam Brown – backing vocals
Durga McBroom – backing vocals.
Claudia Fontaine – backing vocals
and a special thanks to Dick Parry and his saxophone !
wonderful
"Shine On You Crazy Diamond" is a nine-part Pink Floyd composition written by David Gilmour, Roger Waters, and Rick Wright. It appeared on Pink Floyd's 1975 album Wish You Were Here.
The song was conceived and written as a tribute and remembrance to their former band member Syd Barrett, a founding member of Pink Floyd.
Barrett was ousted from the band by the other members in 1968 due to his drug use and (partly-related) troubled mental health, which had affected his ability to integrate with the rest of the band and perform and create as a musician. He was replaced by David Gilmour, Barrett's former school friend who had initially been brought in as second guitar. The remaining band members felt guilty for removing him, but they viewed it as necessary, admiring Barrett's creativity and being concerned about his severe mental decline.
Barrett incident
Syd Barrett, visiting Abbey Road Studios on 5 June 1975
One day during recording, Barrett (now heavyset, with a completely shaved head and eyebrows) wandered into the studio (although Mason has since stated that he is not entirely certain whether "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" was the particular work being recorded when Barrett was there). Because of his drastically changed appearance, the band did not recognize him for some time. When they eventually determined the withdrawn man in the corner was Barrett, Roger Waters became so distressed about Barrett's appearance he was reduced to tears.[6] Someone asked to play the suite again for Barrett and he said a second playback was not needed when they had just heard it. When asked what he thought of the song, Barrett said it sounded a "bit old".

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Bons tempos, Boa musica, hoje em dia só temos poluição musical.

by PAULO ROBERTO Pinto 2 weeks ago

Un lujo para los sentidos, Shine on You Crazy Diamond es magia que te lleva a otros lugares de tu universo.

by Salvador Vaquero 1 week ago

There's a special hole in the hell for someone placing an ad in the middle of a song like this and for dislikers.

by Guilherme A. 3 weeks ago

"Shine On You Crazy Diamond" is a nine-part Pink Floyd composition written by David Gilmour, Roger Waters, and Rick Wright. It appeared on Pink Floyd's 1975 album Wish You Were Here.
The song was conceived and written as a tribute and remembrance to their former band member Syd Barrett, a founding member of Pink Floyd.
Barrett was ousted from the band by the other members in 1968 due to his drug use and (partly-related) troubled mental health, which had affected his ability to integrate with the rest of the band and perform and create as a musician. He was replaced by David Gilmour, Barrett's former school friend who had initially been brought in as second guitar. The remaining band members felt guilty for removing him, but they viewed it as necessary, admiring Barrett's creativity and being concerned about his severe mental decline.
Barrett incident
Syd Barrett, visiting Abbey Road Studios on 5 June 1975
One day during recording, Barrett (now heavyset, with a completely shaved head and eyebrows) wandered into the studio (although Mason has since stated that he is not entirely certain whether "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" was the particular work being recorded when Barrett was there). Because of his drastically changed appearance, the band did not recognize him for some time. When they eventually determined the withdrawn man in the corner was Barrett, Roger Waters became so distressed about Barrett's appearance he was reduced to tears.[6] Someone asked to play the suite again for Barrett and he said a second playback was not needed when they had just heard it. When asked what he thought of the song, Barrett said it sounded a "bit old".

a special thanks to Dick Parry and his saxophone !
wonderful

by HDPinkFloyd 2 months ago

who ever said lets put an ad in this needs a good kicking

by derrick cunliffe 3 weeks ago

Честно говоря, комментировать, желания нет, - есть желание, просто слушать и видеть.)

by Иван Ефремов 2 months ago

Вспоминаю 1989й Москва и я провинциал приехавший обум что бы услышать

by Леонид Соломатин 2 months ago

As a school kid in England in the 70s, freezing cold and dark winter mornings, I’d stick headphones on and listen to this, really loud, each day, as I got dressed in front of the heater before getting on my pushbike to deliver newspapers before heading to school. I swear it was the thing that got me going every day... and now, 45 years later, it’s still amazing, and never boring ! The definition of a masterpiece

by Dean Knoote 2 months ago

Rebel, Whatcha got ? A part of the reason I love to write and I find so much relief in my broken kinds of thought patterns is because of writers like what we know as Pink Floyd. I was too busy being scared to realize what I was doing and before I knew it time passed.

by Ray Wood 3 weeks ago

A Ford F150 commercial came up. I'll never buy a Ford now. NEVER interrupt a Floyd song!

by rob vessey 1 month ago

Forever Pink Floyd ❤️

by grzewoz1 2 months ago

When Roger watches this concert he probably says,..." Nahhh !!! They didn't need me there"....David,Rick & Nick sounded just as Great without him ,needless to say. Pulse in my opinion is the Best concert ever,massive display of equipment ,perfect lightning, crisp sound,great audience ,..overall a big logistical undertake. Dick Parry's saxophone notes never fail . Floydians just keep the Floyd sound flowing in your veins...Always !!!!🎹🎸🎷📻

by Oscar Montalvo 2 months ago

If music was sex, this is it!!!

by Mark Heys 1 day ago

I love you England and I like Pink Floyd

by Amir Hosseini 2 months ago

Listening to these songs from 50 years ago and comparing them with those played now, I am so saddened by this new generation of expressionless people.

by SienaBikeTour sas 1 week ago

Sensacional, inesquecível, mil recordações...

by Luiz Carlos 3 weeks ago

Wonderful music moment with you as enjoying playing guitar.

by Kamel Lasloudji 1 day ago

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