And After All, They’re Only Ordinary Men
Arguably one of the biggest albums in music historical past, is Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The Dark Side Of The Moon. It really revolutionized music, and changed the game with psychedelic rock forever with the instrumentation, avant-garde really feel and composition.
When Roger Waters, Pink Floyd’s bassist, decided to leave the band within the mid-late 80’s, Gilmour and the rest of the band decided to proceed the legacy! Pink Floyd recorded a live double album referred to as Pulse in 1994 (the album was released the following yr in 1995) whereas performing on their European leg of the Division Bell Tour. Whereas in London, Pink Floyd recorded the live rendition of their emotional tune “Us And Them.” This efficiency specifically is fascinating! The saxophone sounds unbelievable, and naturally the whole band sounds prime notch! it’s a bit of bizarre without Roger Waters, however David Gilmour still manages to make the song sound great!
Fun fact: This began as a piano piece Rick Wright came up with whereas working on the soundtrack to the 1970 movie Zabriskie Point. It didn’t make the soundtrack, however they worked with it at the Dark Side of the Moon periods and it eventually became this track. The director of Zabriskie Point, Michelangelo Antonioni, rejected the track for being “beautiful, however too sad… it makes me think of church.”
Check out the wonderful rendition down beneath and tell us what you think!