No, Mr. Anthony Moore wrote to me that the work with "Broken China" took about 18 months.greenfx wrote:Considering that the meat of Broken China was done in a few weeks, i'm guessing that the album was probably 20-30% complete.
Anyway, Mr Wright did had a different approach for the last project, with him making melodies from his piano and other stuff, but not just only by playing with/from the keyboard. He searched for the different sounds inside the instrument. It was also meant to be more analogue, with an old fashion approach for the studie work, as in the recordings of "Dark side of the moon" and "Household Objects". As I have been informed, Mr Wright never recorded and finished songs; it is all a couple - maybe three tracks - of musical ideas.
It is difficult to get the full image of what he did as nobody seems to have any good information about that. My guess is that Mr. Wright never made a serious effort for this last record (never-to-be) as it seems that he more enjoyed to work with Mr. Gilmour ("The Barn Jam"). He wished to make one more performance with the David Gilmour Band the year he died, but it never happend.
To me, the best we could have is the release of "The Barn Jam". I am not sure if that would happend, but we all know there were some good instrumentals composed there.