Well, you're blowing it, man.HahaCharadeIam wrote:part of the reason I joined this forum was to defend some of the music that seems to be bashed so often.
AMLOR is indefensible. It was NOT a transition. Saucerful of Secrets was a transition. The other band members wrote all of the material except for Jugband. Pink Floyd wrote all of their own songs from 1967 -1983 with no outside help. With the exception of The Trial. AMLOR was written by a bunch of people who had never had anything to do with Pink Floyd up until that point. It was unprecedented for Pink Floyd. That was no transition. That was a complete identity change. A total overhaul. It's not the Pink Floyd I love when the songs are being written by people who had nothing to do with the previous 15 years of the bands existence. It's something else. It's weak.HahaCharadeIam wrote:AMLOR is a good record with some decent songs, it was a transition
At least Division Bell was an improvement.
Gdansk is average. Gilmour could sleepwalk through that set.