David gilmour: the voice of pink floyd

David gilmour: the voice of pink floyd

David Gilmour is a stratospherically talented guitarist; however, this aspect of his career tends to overshadow the fact that he is also terrific vocalist. To most fans, David’s is the preferred voice of Pink Floyd. Calming and beautifully haunting, in four decades David’s voice has held up incredibly well. No real difference exists between David singing in 2006 vs. 1969 … his voice is slightly deeper, but its clarity has remained virtually unchanged! David’s voice is perfect for rocking babies to sleep due to its lullaby effect — it’s true; just ask any mom. Songs in this video, set to various nature scenes, are as follows (please note that David is singing main vocals as well as harmonies, via multi-tacking): 1969: Cymbaline 1970: Fat Old Sun 1970: Embryo 1972: Wot’s the Deal 1973: Breathe 1973: Us and Them 1979: Hey You 1979: Mother 1979: Comfortably Numb 1987: On the Turning Away…

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David gilmour vocals: the voice of pink floyd

David gilmour vocals: the voice of pink floyd

David Gilmour is a stratospherically talented guitarist; however, this aspect of his career tends to overshadow the fact that he is also terrific vocalist. To most fans, David’s is the preferred voice of Pink Floyd. Calming and beautifully haunting, in four decades David’s voice has held up incredibly well. No real difference exists between David singing in 2006 vs. 1969 … his voice is slightly deeper, but its clarity has remained virtually unchanged! David’s voice is perfect for rocking babies to sleep due to its lullaby effect — it’s true; just ask any mom. Songs in this video, set to various nature scenes, are as follows (please note that David is singing main vocals as well as harmonies, via multi-tacking): 1969: Cymbaline 1970: Fat Old Sun 1970: Embryo 1972: Wot’s the Deal 1973: Breathe 1973: Us and Them 1979: Hey You 1979: Mother 1979: Comfortably Numb 1987: On the Turning Away…

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Pink floyd: dogs, pigs, sheep

Pink floyd: dogs, pigs, sheep

To see Roger Waters falsely credited to this day with bass playing on “Pigs” and “Sheep” from the Animals album — it’s sickening. Those phenomenal bass lines aren’t even Roger’s — they actually belong to David Gilmour, who played them and should be properly acknowledged. David played bass on numerous Pink Floyd releases — songs that fans assumed all along was Roger Waters (makes fans feel lied to). In light of this, how much bass playing can be or should be credited to Roger … well, I don’t have a shovel big enough to dig through the bullshit. David’s bass and guitar playing are brilliant here … of course — it’s not like we could expect anything less. Also featured are outstanding keyboards by Rick Wright (very talented man, sorely missed) and great drumming by Nick Mason. It’s indisputable that Roger’s songwriting skills are worthy of praise and respect, but while Roger was “A” creative force in Pink Floyd, he was not “THE” creative force by any stretch of the imagination. Every one of the band’s four members were talented in their own right. Despite Roger’s ego-induced disposition of mindset and self-absorbed opinion to the contrary, Pink Floyd was NOT solely about him or his vision, as he arrogantly tried to make it. It is between David and Roger that most comparisons are made, and by which most Gilmour/Waters camp arguments erupt. Between the two, David was (and still is) by far the most musically ambitious and accomplished. That’s not merely bias but cold ……

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David gilmour: voice of pink floyd

David gilmour: voice of pink floyd

A stratospherically talented guitarist; however, this aspect of David’s career tends to overshadow the fact that he is also terrific vocalist. To most fans, David’s is the preferred voice of Pink Floyd. Calming and beautifully haunting, David’s voice is perfect for rocking babies to sleep due to its lullaby effect. In four decades David’s voice has held up incredibly well. No real difference exists between David singing in 2006 vs. 1969 … his voice is slightly deeper, but its clarity has remained virtually unchanged! Songs in this video, set to various nature scenes, are as follows (please note that David is singing main vocals as well as harmonies, via multi-tacking): 1969: Cymbaline 1970: Fat Old Sun 1970: Embryo 1972: Wot’s the Deal 1973: Breathe 1973: Us and Them 1979: Hey You 1979: Mother 1979: Comfortably Numb 1987: On the Turning Away…

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Pink floyd: obscured by clouds 1972

Pink floyd: obscured by clouds 1972

David Gilmour built his repertoire solely on designs of his own blueprints. His success arrived completely by way of his own hard work and merit vs. riding in on the coattails of other guitarists. David is one of few guitarists, including among other guitar legends, that has relied solely on his own proficiency — tailoring various techniques to fit his unique style, versus emulating or lifting from others. The standards of integrity that David has exemplified … taking the high road to success instead of the easy way, has earned him the deepest respect of fans and peers alike….

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My top 10 rock bands from the 60′s

My top 10 rock bands from the 60's

the my favorite rock bands from the 1960′s. The bands are: #10 – Allman Brothers Band #9 – Fleetwood Mac #8 – Cream #7 – The Doors #6 – Deep Purple #5 – Pink Floyd #4 – The Who #3 – The Beatles #2 – The Rolling Stones #1 – Led Zeppelin … Allman Brothers Band Ramblin Man Fleetwood Mac Dont Stop Cream Sunshine of Your love The Doors Light my fire Deep Purple Smoke on the water Pink Floyd Money Who Wont get fooled again Beatles Eight Days Week Rolling Stones Satisfaction Led Zeppelin Whole Lotta ……

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