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Pink Floyd - Eclipse,A Piece For Assorted Lunatics download album

  • Performer: Pink Floyd
  • Album: Eclipse,A Piece For Assorted Lunatics
  • FLAC: 1788 mb | MP3: 1939 mb
  • Released: 2009
  • Country: Japan
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock
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Pink Floyd - Eclipse,A Piece For Assorted Lunatics download album

Опубликовано: 27 февр. 2009 г. "Eclipse: A Piece For Assorted Lunatics. The lunatic is on the grass The lunatic is on the grass remembering games and daisy chains and laughs got to keep the loonies on the path. The lunatic is in the hall the lunatics are in the hall the paper holds their folded faces to the floor and every day the paper boy brings more

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Show Souvenir, January-February 1972. The Dark Side of the Moon - A Piece for Assorted Lunatics, . Rainbow Theater Program, London, England, February 1972. Japanese tour folder, March 1972. Eclipse - A Piece for Assorted Lunatics, . Ballets de Marseille, Roland Petit ballet programme, January-February 1973. Pink Floyd In Concert, .

LP1 - The Alternate Album. Time (Alternate Version). Eclipse (Alternate Version). LP2 - Recording Sessions & Rare Mixes.

From the pre-album Eclipse (A Piece for Assorted Lunatics) tour. A montage of soundclips were played over Rick's keyboards in this early version, known as the "Mortality Sequence". The Richard Wright piano piece created in the studio had yet to be written for this section of DSOTM. The Great Gig in The Sky was originally known as The Mortality Sequence. It featured a similar piano introduction but no female vocals. MP3 Sound Clip - Pink Floyd live 1972. Rainbow Theatre, live. From the pre-album release Eclipse (A Piece for Assorted Lunatics) tour. David Gilmour jamming to the "Any Colour" chords. This piece is also known as "Dave's scat section" on some bootlegs.

The closing track on Pink Floyd's famous Dark Side of the Moon album, this seamlessly follows "Brain Damage" to close it out - radio stations almost always played the songs together. The album was well into production but didn't have an ending until Roger Waters came up with the song. It reprises some lyrics to the opening track "Breathe" ("All that you touch, all that you see") before closing out the album with the words, "There is no dark side of the moon really. The working title for the Dark Side of the Moon album was "Eclipse: A Piece For Assorted Lunatics. They began working on it during rehearsals for their concerts, and performed early versions live during shows in 1972. This was an era when bands could spend a year refining songs by playing them at concerts before heading into the studio.

Playing 93 shows in 1972, the most until 1994, Pink Floyd debuted the live performance before its release not of a song but a whole album. The original title was Eclipse, then Dark Side of the Moon – A Piece for Assorted Lunatics, the name under which it made its press debut in February 1972 at London's Rainbow Theatre. The title changed for the first part of the US tour to Eclipse (A Piece for Assorted Lunatics) during April and May before reverting to Dark Side of the Moon – A Piece for Assorted Lunatics in September for the second part of the US tour and finally released in 1973 under.

The album was very nearly called Eclipse. From the beginning, the band had intended to call their new album Dark Side of the Moon – a reference to lunacy, as opposed to outer space – but when British heavy blues rockers Medicine Head released an album of the same name in 1972, it caused the Floyd to rechristen their project as Eclipse. We weren’t annoyed at Medicine Head, Gilmour told Sounds magazine. But when the Medicine Head album stiffed and quickly sank into obscurity, Pink Floyd felt free to revert back to their album’s original title. The band premiered Dark Side of the Moon: A Piece for Assorted Lunatics (as it was provisionally known at the time) at the Brighton Dome on January 20th, 1972; and though it was inadvertently cut short that night by what Waters called severe mechanical and electric horror, the band went on to perform the song cycle in its entirety in during the.

Questions for Assorted Lunatics Lyrics. People often ask me about the voices on Dark Side. I was trying to gather audio snippets to mix into segues on Dark Side. Rather than interviewing people I came up with the idea of writing a series of questions on cards. The cards would be in a stack on a conductors stand in front of a mike. As I recall the first card was something irrelevant and innocuous, like What’s your favourite colour?.

A Piece for Assorted Lunatics. A Piece for Assorted Lunatics.

Tracklist

1-1 Intro 1:10
1-2 Breathe 3:09
1-3 The Travel Section 5:21
1-4 Time 5:50
1-5 Home Again 1:06
1-6 The Mortality Sequence 3:55
1-7 Money 7:31
1-8 Us And Them – Unknown filler added 7:38
1-9 Scat 6:17
1-10 The Lunatic Song 3:49
1-11 Eclipse 1:47
1-12 One Of These Days 7:50
1-3 Careful With That Axe, Eugene 12:19
2-1 Echoes 24:10
2-2 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 13:21
2-3 Childhood’s End 8:35
2-4 Blues 4:46

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  • Recorded At – Auditorium Theatre, Chicago

Notes

Live The Auditorium Theatre,Chicago,ILL,USA 28.4.1972

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HL561/562 Pink Floyd The Great Gig ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Highland HL561/562 Japan 2001
GREX-087 Pink Floyd The Heart Of The Moon ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Grexit Records GREX-087 Europe 2016
TSP 500-44/1 Pink Floyd The Stranger The Audience ‎(LP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Tra) The Swingin' Pig TSP 500-44/1 Europe Unknown
TSP 500-44/1 Pink Floyd The Stranger The Audience ‎(LP, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, Blu) The Swingin' Pig TSP 500-44/1 Europe Unknown
Siréne-032 Pink Floyd Chicago 1972 ‎(2xCD, Ltd, Num, Unofficial) Siréne Siréne-032 Japan 2004