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 Post subject: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
PostPosted: Nov Sat 19, 2016 5:10 pm 
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http://www.pink-floyd.org/artint/urc101970.htm

I love Pink floyd!!!

I have all these records...

1) Piper @ the gates of dawn
2) Meddle
3) The Wall
4) Wish you were here
5) Darkside of the moon..

All original analogue beauty :)


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
PostPosted: Nov Sat 19, 2016 5:34 pm 
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Hi Dude,

I also consider pink Floyd to be my all time favorite.

Interesting to read the old interview, particularly RW who was a bit of a radical. Coincidentally, I saw a recent interview of him on YouTube, indicating a dramatic and mean spirited change in his feelings. I won't say any more on that but it made me question my all time favorite choice.

Thanks for posting,
Tim


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
PostPosted: Jun Wed 07, 2017 9:48 pm 
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I know this is an old post but I have to say, "Animals" is my all time favorite Pink Floyd album.


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I havent ever heard that one.... That is right before The Wall right?


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
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I like Pink Floyd more now that I am almost 60 than I did when I was 20. Rima very much appreciates ELO.

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
PostPosted: Jun Mon 19, 2017 4:13 pm 
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Thanks for posting the interview, I am an old time PF fan.

FWIW, I went to their 1972 concert at the Hollywood Bowl before I escaped Southern California (Santa Monica, Redondo Beach, Simi Valley, etc.) for the clean air and blue skies of Virginia.

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Terry


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
PostPosted: Jun Tue 20, 2017 12:50 am 
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I haven't ever heard that one.... That is right before The Wall right?

Yes, just before The Wall. I never gave that any thought until you pointed it out.
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Rima very much appreciates ELO.

I'm a huge fan too! Loved them back in the 70's and early 80's but really appreciate them these days. Jeff Lynne is brilliant! Mr. Blue Sky - one of my favorites! and The Diary of Horace Wimp still cracks me up to this day!


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink_Floyd_discography

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
PostPosted: Aug Mon 14, 2017 10:16 pm 
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Nice find! PF is definitely one of my favorite bands of all time. I have the link bookmared, as I can't watch it right now. Let's just hope I don't forget :D


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 Post subject: Re: Interesting Pink Floyd interview from 1970
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Here is a shot of the 15 studio recordings. I have 13 of the 15 all in 1st pressings. Figured if I was gonna spend the money might just as well be collectible and be able to get my money back if I ever wanted to. Missing More and Atom Heart Mother. With out a doubt the rarest of the albums is The Division Bell. It was a limited pressing in the first pressing and is the only U.S. pressing that is actually on a clear blue vinyl like an import. Maye they only made the U.S. pressing in the UK and then put it out on the import colored lp. I dont know. I do know that if you want the original 1st pressing it will set you back over a hundred big ones in nice shape. Beware to you who collect Pink Floyd that they make a import copy that looks like the original thats worth nearly nothing. I am posting a pic of the original press so you know what you are looking at if your interested. The main key is the Copyright printing on the label. The copies dont have it. Sam

Here is an edit to my post. The Division Bell was also made in a black Columbia 1st issue which is a very limited pressing. It also has the same printing on the label as the blue. Very hard to find


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