The Best Pink Floyd Album Is....

The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
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A Saucerful of Secrets
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Music from the Film More
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0 (0%)
Atom Heart Mother
2 (4.7%)
4 (9.3%)
Obscured by Clouds
0 (0%)
The Dark Side of the Moon
12 (27.9%)
Wish You Were Here
5 (11.6%)
6 (14%)
The Wall
7 (16.3%)
The Final Cut
1 (2.3%)
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
0 (0%)
The Division Bell
0 (0%)
Haven't Heard Pink Floyd
2 (4.7%)
Don't Like Pink Floyd
4 (9.3%)

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Dave the Necrobumper

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Re: Best Pink Floyd Album
« Reply #60 on: January 11, 2016, 09:51:17 PM »
First 4 tracks are the live disk

You have a lot of vinyl?  I have heard a few good setups and wish I had a turntable but it just would cost me too much money

Definitely appreciate the album more these days after that listen. I used to have a lot of vinyl (well about 80 albums) from my earlier days, but I gave most of it away. I did keep all my Pink Floyd though. These days I would only have about 12 albums and a few singles. I have occasionally thought about buying an old turntable, just never got around to it.


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Re: Best Pink Floyd Album
« Reply #61 on: January 11, 2016, 10:09:56 PM »
It is mostly down with acoustic instruments with a few exceptions where he uses an electric guitar, so he does Shine On first half solo with a acoustic guitar up to the point the sax comes in.  His bass player plays a stand up Bass and he uses a cello player which works wonderful, especially on Comfortable Numb.  While I was always partial to Water's themes and writing, this convinced me just how important Gilmour as the musical soul of the band. 
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