Tagged: Clare Torry

Pink Floyd Birthdays Members and Touring Musicians

Pink Floyd Birthdays in Chronological Order

Pink Floyd birthdays are listed below. These cover the primary band members, touring and session musicians, and backing singers. There are many more people in the Pink Floyd family who have made great things happen in many ways. So this is not an exhaustive list by any stretch of the imagination. I would list the names of all the fans around the world if I could because us lot made them famous. Without us, they would be nothing! haha Here’s a list of the primary members of Pink Floyd, as well as some of the more significant touring musicians, along with their birth dates: Pink Floyd Primary Members Pink Floyd birthdays for the main members. The date of death is also noted in addition to d.o.b Pink Floyd Touring Session Musicians Birthdays The Pink Floyd Backing Singers Birthdays Pink Floyd utilized several backing vocalists, especially during their live performances. Some...

Clare Torry Great Gig in the Sky Singer (1)

Clare Torry Great Gig in the Sky Singer

Clare H. Torry, born on 29 November 1947 in Marylebone, London, is an English singer. Clare Torry was the singer on Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon song Great Gig in the Sky. Her contribution to the album was immense. She created one of the most moving songs on the album with her soaring vocal improvisation. She would later sue the band for unpaid royalties claiming she effectively co-wrote the song Great Gig in the Sky. The other co-author was Richard Wright. Besides this iconic contribution, she sang the theme for the 1977 film OCE.She also performed Dolly Parton’s “Love Is Like a Butterfly” for the BBC TV series “Butterflies” from 1978 to 1983. Clare Torry Pink Floyd Connection Born to Geoffrey Napier Torry and Dorothy W. Singer, Clare began her singing career in the 1960s. She mostly covered popular songs and later worked for EMI as a staff...

Roger Waters Comfortably Numb 2022 Recording

Listen To New Recording of Comfortably Numb As You’ve Never Heard It!

Roger Waters has recorded a new version of Comfortably Numb which is rather different to the original recording that David Gilmour offered to Pink Floyd which went on to become probably their most famous song! The new version, recorded by Roger Waters inspired by a demo he did for his latest tour pre-lock-down, has been dropped down a key (not as high pitched to sing) which has made it sound much darker. It has a very distinct looking new video to go with it, looks great. The David Gilmour epic solos have also been removed and replaced with vocal scat instead which sounds great, like Clare Torry’s contribution to A Great Gig in the Sky from Dark Side of the Moon of course. Whilst many fans will not be pleased about the erasing of the guitar solos, it is interesting of course to hear the old song but done in...