jambo wrote:While Rick did sing Stay, it was Roger who wrote the lyrics.
I... I... didn't know that.
Wikipedia says that 'Stay' indeed written by Roger Waters, so it must be true.
My Wright favorites:
- 'Remember a Day' (great, great, GREAT)
- 'See Saw'
- Wright working with Barrett, in Pink Floyd and solo
- 'A Saucerful of Secrets' (track) (organ)
- 'Cirrus Minor' (organ)
- 'Atom Heart Mother' (track) (organ and whatever other keyboards)
- 'Sheep' (intro)
- 'The Great Gig in the Sky' (hardly a Wright composition: Clare Torry does most of the work)
- 'Us and Them' (maybe also hardly a Wright composition: I guess Waters did most of the work)
- 'Summer of '68' (mostly for the backing vocals, not by Wright)
- 'It Would Be So Nice' (good composition, but recorded as being too manic)
- 'Sysyphus' (for its creativity)
I like 'Paintbox', but mostly for Barrett's guitar work.
(Is that really Barrett playing so bright, in the fall of 1967?)
And maybe 'Mademoiselle Nobs' ('Seamus' on 'Live at Pompeii'), using a dog?
It seems to me that Wright is pinching the dog, to get it howling?
My cats say that I shouldn't worry, because they think dogs are stupid anyway.
Worst musical moment, as far as I know:
- 'Wearing the Inside Out'
(Maybe it's mostly the dull performance that ruins this composition for me.)