Tagged: 1977

David Gilmour and Roger Waters performing Dark Side of the Moon. Jill Furmanovsky recalls "I was the official photographer on the Dark Side of the Moon/Wish You Were Here UK tour, and took pictures over a period of approximately five weeks as the band toured England and Scotland."

Listen Free to Dark Side of the Moon Live at Wembley 1974 (Friday 5pm)

The Official Pink Floyd YouTube channel has made the full recording of Dark Side of the Moon Live at Wembley 1974 available for you to listen to online, for free. This follows them making the main album recording free to listen to last Friday. Lucky us! You can listen to the free recording below from 5pm GMT on Friday 31st March 2023. Alternatively, you can get it on Vinyl separately or in the new box set for the 50th Anniversary. Whilst the box set might not be affordable for most people, check Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com for latest pricing. Pink Floyd Live Pink Floyd performed at the Empire Pool, Wembley (now known as Wembley Arena) in London, England, as part of their “The Dark Side of the Moon” tour. The concerts took place on November 14, 15, 16 and 17th, 1974. These performances were notable for their elaborate stage productions, with visual and sound effects,...

Animals Release Date June 2022

Pink Floyd Animals 2022 Release Date

The remix of Pink Floyd’s Animals album has been suffering from a serious delay in being released since 2018 due to the arguments over the liner notes. However, it would seem there is an end in sight in terms of the official release date of this much anticipated record. At the Los Angeles incarnation of the Mortal Remains immersive exhibition, there is a little display with a plaque with details of the release date on. Now, given the literally years of delays, don’t get your hopes up but… it is looking like June 2022! Mortal Remains Exhibition Images, thanks to Mikael Vinyl. If you can’t wait until then to have something new from Pink Floyd, then don’t forget the new remix of A Momentary Lapse of Reason is available this month. It will be interesting to see if this and the Animals releases get to number one in the charts....

Pink Floyd Animals Wallpaper

Listen to Rare Animals Album Demo Recordings

Three studio quality demo recordings have become available that were made as part of the process of recording Pink Floyd’s Animals album. You can listen to Sheep, Dogs and Pigs below with alternative lyrics and often completely different production.  Sheep, for example, is very similar to “Raving and Drooling” as they used to refer to it when they first started playing it live. Your humble webmaster much prefers the old live version to the final studio recording! Fans were treated to all kinds of alternate takes, demos and live recordings as part of the Immersion Edition released from the band. Check out those if you find these historical articles of interest. Listen and enjoy below, and discuss them on the forum whilst you listen. Sheep (Raving and Drooling) Dogs Pigs (Three Different Ones)