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1975 Wish You Were Here Album Cover

Wish You Were Here Lyrics – Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd

Home / Pink Floyd Lyrics / Wish You Were Here Lyrics / Wish You Were Here Lyrics Wish You Were Here Lyrics (Waters, Gilmour) 5:17 So, so you think you can tellHeaven from Hell,Blue skys from pain.Can you tell a green fieldFrom a cold steel rail?A smile from a veil?Do you think you can tell? And did they get you to tradeYour heros for ghosts?Hot ashes for trees?Hot air for a cool breeze?Cold comfort for change?And did you exchangeA walk on part in the warFor a lead role in a cage? How I wish, how I wish you were here.We’re just two lost soulsSwimming in a fish bowl,Year after year,Running over the same old ground.What have we found?The same old fears.Wish you were here. About the Song “Wish You Were Here” is the title track of Pink Floyd’s 1975 album and one of the band’s most beloved songs. It’s a poignant ode to absence and disenchantment,...

Abbey Road Studios 2023 Dark Side of the Moon Take Over 4

Abbey Road Dark Side of the Moon Takeover

To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the release of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, Abbey Road studios in London, where the album was recorded, has replaced the usual graffiti plastered walls outside the studio with a much welcomed makeover in the style of Dark Side of the Moon. The signs point to the gift shop where they are selling merchandise. Thank you to Peter Chow for letting me share his images (copyright 2023) Links – Pink Floyd Collectors Facebook Page

Abbey Road Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon Session Sheet

Abbey Road Dark Side of the Moon Recording Sheet Memorabilia

To coincide with the 50th anniversary release of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album, which was recorded at London’s Abbey Road Studios, there will be a £50 reproduction of the studio recording sheet made available in a nice presentation set. This is a step up from that time Abbey Road tried to sell us fools an empty box! Still haven’t got past that myself, don’t know about you? The £50 can be paid to Abbey Road via their website with lots of other Merch available. Link. It will be available on 16th Match 2023 with product code ARS937. Abbey Road Description Abbey Road Studios is proud to collaborate with Pink Floyd on this unique replica print of the session sheet created for the recording of what would become the band’s seminal album, The Dark Side of The Moon, recorded at Abbey Road between 30 May 1972 – 9...

Pink Floyd Piper LP 2022 PFRLP38

Piper At The Gates of Dawn Remastered Mono LP Out March 2022

Pink Floyd’s debut album Piper at the Gates of Dawn is to be released as a remastered 180g mono vinyl record on 4th March 2022. The remastered album was originally released for record store day back in 2018 (catalogue PFRLP26) in a limited supply of just 6,000, so in rather short supply. Now you can get hold of it as a regular release in glorious mono on LP (catalogue PFRLP38). The album was remastered back in 2017 from the original mono analogue tapes by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman and presented in mono form as originally intended. It was recorded at the now legendary Abbey Road Studios and is considered one of the quintessential psychedelic records of its era. It was originally released in August 1967. Vic Singh used George Harrison Prism Lens for Cover Shot Vic Singh, the photographer who created the original artwork, told NPF in...

Early Morning Henry featuring Pink Floyd 1967

Early Morning Henry featuring Pink Floyd Found – Listen Now!

Pink Floyd collectors will be very excited to learn that a recording, thought lost forever, probably featuring Pink Floyd as a backing band, has been found after many years. It will be available for auction on 16th October in Wessex, England at 12pm BST. The recording is Early Morning Henry, the auction house is Wessex Auction House, the songwriter/artist is William “Billy” Butler and the backing band was none other than Pink Floyd. It was recorded on 23rd October 1967 at Abbey Road Studios. The recording sheet is below showing Pink Floyd were recording Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun at the time. The recording was produced by Norman “Hurricane” Smith who was a former RAF Pilot, worked with the Beatles and Pink Floyd. After the recording session, it is noted in the recording sheet above that the recording went off with Norman never to be seen...