Pink floyd a saucerful of videos echoes

Pink floyd a saucerful of videos echoes

In 1993 a couple (?) of pink floyd enthusiasts got together to create their own floyd video tribute with they entitled: pink floyd, “a saucerful” of videos (for floydians only). What we have is a collection of very abtract videos – some b grade sci-fi, some clay animation,some documentaries about space exploration etc – set to the music of early pink floyd. Selections from ummagumma and meddle make up the bulk of the films soundtrack. Thanks to mr. rosenberg (who was given a copy by the creator) we are able to offer this fine film back to the floyd community – 11 – 12 years after it’s inception – in digital format. So, grab a glass (?) of your favorite posion, sit back, relax, hit your remote control play button, and prepare to be taken on an amazing journey! Lyrics : Overhead the albatross hangs motionless upon the air And deep beneath the rolling waves in labyrinths of coral caves The echo of a distant tide Comes willowing across the sand And everything is green and submarine And no one showed us to the land And no one knows the where’s or why’s But something stirs and something tries And starts to climb towards the light Strangers passing in the street By chance two separate glances meet And I am you and what I see is me And do I take you by the hand And lead you through the land And help me understand the best I can And no one calls us to move on And no one forces down our eyes And no one speaks And no one tries And no one flies around the sun…

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Inside out: a personal history of pink floyd wiser after the event part 16

Inside out: a personal history of pink floyd wiser after the event part 16

PART 1 – PART 2 – PART 3 – PART 4 – PART 5 – PART 6 – PART 7 – PART 8 – PART 9 – PART 10 – PART 11 – PART 12 – PART 13 – PART 14 – PART 15 – PART 16 – PART 17 – PART 18 – Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd is Nick Mason’s personal memoir of Pink Floyd published on 7 October 2004 in the United Kingdom. Initially a hardback release, it has since appeared in at least two different paperback editions. The book marks the first time that a group member has written a recollection of his experiences of life in the band. Mason — the only member of the band to have been a part of it in all incarnations and line-ups — covers the Floyd’s entire career, from the initial coming together and the Syd Barrett–led psychedelic era of the late 1960s through their success in the 1970s to the present day, via the acrimonious splits of the 1980s. As of 2005, a new paperback version was available, now including an updated section on the band’s reunion at Live 8. A second paperback edition was released, mentioning the death of Barrett, in 2006. A third paperback edition was released in 2011, mentioning the death of keyboardist Rick Wright. There is also an abridged, three-CD audio version, read by ……

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Inside out: a personal history of pink floyd postscript part 18

Inside out: a personal history of pink floyd postscript part 18

PART 1 – PART 2 – PART 3 – PART 4 – PART 5 – PART 6 – PART 7 – PART 8 – PART 9 – PART 10 – PART 11 – PART 12 – PART 13 – PART 14 – PART 15 – PART 16 – PART 17 – PART 18 – Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd is Nick Mason’s personal memoir of Pink Floyd published on 7 October 2004 in the United Kingdom. Initially a hardback release, it has since appeared in at least two different paperback editions. The book marks the first time that a group member has written a recollection of his experiences of life in the band. Mason — the only member of the band to have been a part of it in all incarnations and line-ups — covers the Floyd’s entire career, from the initial coming together and the Syd Barrett–led psychedelic era of the late 1960s through their success in the 1970s to the present day, via the acrimonious splits of the 1980s. As of 2005, a new paperback version was available, now including an updated section on the band’s reunion at Live 8. A second paperback edition was released, mentioning the death of Barrett, in 2006. A third paperback edition was released in 2011, mentioning the death of keyboardist Rick Wright. There is also an abridged, three-CD audio version, read by ……

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Inside out: a personal history of pink floyd postscript part 17

Inside out: a personal history of pink floyd postscript part 17

Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd is Nick Mason’s personal memoir of Pink Floyd published on 7 October 2004 in the United Kingdom. Initially a hardback release, it has since appeared in at least two different paperback editions. The book marks the first time that a group member has written a recollection of his experiences of life in the band. Mason — the only member of the band to have been a part of it in all incarnations and line-ups — covers the Floyd’s entire career, from the initial coming together and the Syd Barrett–led psychedelic era of the late 1960s through their success in the 1970s to the present day, via the acrimonious splits of the 1980s. As of 2005, a new paperback version was available, now including an updated section on the band’s reunion at Live 8. A second paperback edition was released, mentioning the death of Barrett, in 2006. A third paperback edition was released in 2011, mentioning the death of keyboardist Rick Wright. There is also an abridged, three-CD audio version, read by Mason. Inside Out was featured in a Top Gear episode where Mason agreed to lend his Enzo Ferrari to the programme-makers in return for Inside Out’s promotion. Jeremy Clarkson — well known as a big fan of Pink Floyd — gleefully took the plugging of the book to ludicrous heights without actually mentioning the title….

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Pink floyd a saucerful of videos set the controls for the heart of the sun

Pink floyd a saucerful of videos set the controls for the heart of the sun

In 1993 a couple (?) of pink floyd enthusiasts got together to create their own floyd video tribute with they entitled: pink floyd, “a saucerful” of videos (for floydians only). What we have is a collection of very abtract videos – some b grade sci-fi, some clay animation,some documentaries about space exploration etc – set to the music of early pink floyd. Selections from ummagumma and meddle make up the bulk of the films soundtrack. Thanks to mr. rosenberg (who was given a copy by the creator) we are able to offer this fine film back to the floyd community – 11 – 12 years after it’s inception – in digital format. So, grab a glass (?) of your favorite posion, sit back, relax, hit your remote control play button, and prepare to be taken on an amazing journey! Lyrics : Little by little the night turns around. Counting the leaves which tremble at dawn Lotuses lean on each other in yearning Under the eaves the swallow is resting Set the controls for the heart of the sun. Over the mountain watching the watcher. Breaking the darkness, waking the grapevine. One inch of love is one inch of shadow Love is the shadow that ripens the wine. Set the controls for the heart of the sun. The heart of the sun, the heart of the sun. Witness the man who raves at the wall Making the shape of his questions to Heaven Whether the sun will fall in the evening Will he remember the lesson of giving? Set the controls for the heart of the sun. The heart of the sun, the heart of the sun….

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Pink floyd – shine on you crazy diamond – aurora spectralis

Pink floyd - shine on you crazy diamond - aurora spectralis

Pink Floyd – Shine on you crazy diamond – Aurora Spectralis MORE INFO AT floydswebfans.blogspot.com…

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“what do you want from me” – guitar cover

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*Guitarist’s Note: A slow, blues number. I brought in all three of my guitars for the mix. Album: The Division Bell Year: 1994 Writer: Gilmour, Wright, Samson Vocals: Gilmour My Rating: 6 out of 10…

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Pink floyd see emily play top of the pops (1967) live!

Pink floyd see emily play top of the pops (1967) live!

This was recently found and i wanted to show everyone! Still in bad quality but this is the best quality out so far. Lyrics : Emily tries but misunderstands, ah ooh She often inclined to borrow somebody’s dreams till tomorrow There is no other day Let’s try it another way You’ll lose your mind and play Free games for may See Emily play Soon after dark Emily cries, ah ooh Gazing through trees in sorrow hardly a sound till tomorrow There is no other day Let’s try it another way You’ll lose your mind and play Free games for may See Emily play Put on a gown that touches the ground, ah ooh Float on a river forever and ever, Emily There is no other day Let’s try it another way You’ll lose your mind and play Free games for may See Emily play…

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Pink floyd – blues jam – embryo san diego 1971

Pink floyd - blues jam - embryo san diego 1971

Pink Floyd – Blues Jam – Embryo San Diego 1971 MORE INFO AT floydswebfans.blogspot.com…

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Pink floyd on the turning away music video (1988)

Pink floyd on the turning away music video (1988)

The music video for the track was made, featuring a live recording and concert footage filmed during the band’s three night run at The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia in November 1987 directed by Lawrence Jordan (who has directed concert films for Rush, Mariah Carey and Billy Joel). Promotional videos for “The Dogs of War” and “One Slip” were also used from footage of this concert. The video made it to number nine on MTV’s Video Countdown in January 1988. Lyrics : On the turning away From the pale and downtrodden And the words they say Which we won’t understand “Don’t accept that what’s happening Is just a case of others’ suffering Or you’ll find that you’re joining in The turning away” It’s a sin that somehow Light is changing to shadow And casting it’s shroud Over all we have known Unaware how the ranks have grown Driven on by a heart of stone We could find that we’re all alone In the dream of the proud On the wings of the night As the daytime is stirring Where the speechless unite In a silent accord Using words you will find are strange And mesmerised as they light the flame Feel the new wind of change On the wings of the night No more turning away From the weak and the weary No more turning away From the coldness inside Just a world that we all must share It’s not enough just to stand and stare Is it only a dream that there’ll be No more turning away?…

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