Tag Archives: Pink Floyd

Animals Re-Imagined by Various Artists

Animals by Pink Floyd is one of my favorite albums of all time, not to mention the fact that it is my favorite album by Pink Floyd. All of the musicians on this album, take you on a different slant, … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ Still Wish You Were Here – A Tribute To Pink Floyd

rik For those who love Pink Floyd, specifically, the album “Wish You Were Here”, this just may be the album for you. This album has a ton of great artists doing covers from the album “Wish You Were Here.” Who’s … Continue reading

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Pure Reason Revolution ~ The Dark Third

As you start off this album from Pure Reason Revolution, it has a beautiful instrumental song called “Aeropause” starting off the album, then merges into “Goshen Remains”. The album continues to merge from song to song, similar to Pink Floyd’s … Continue reading

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Krief ~ Chemical Trance

  This album went into different directions for me. This starts off with a psychedelic 1960’s Pink Floyd sound, then as the album continues, it goes off into a John Lennon sound. At first I wasn’t quite there with it, … Continue reading

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Sons Of Apollo Live in Plovdiv, Bulgaria

  This band of great musicians consists of some big names like Mike Portnoy, Jeff Scott Soto, Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Billy Sheehan, & Derek Sherinian. You probably know most, if not, all of the musicians in this band. The first … Continue reading

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Phil Keaggy, Tony Levin & Jerry Marotta ~ The Bucket List

  This extraordinary band features 3 musicians with a vast history of playing with the greats. This album merges fusion with a bit of new age to make a wonderful sound. Whether you’re driving in your car, or relaxing on … Continue reading

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Various Artists ~ A Life In YES: A Tribute To Chris Squire

  How can you say anything negative about YES? You can’t. ‘Nuff said. Now, let’s get on with this review. 12 songs are on this tribute to one of the great bass players of all time…Chris Squire. The first song … Continue reading

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Wish You Were Here – Symphonic Music of Pink Floyd

  One of the few bands who could really pull this off would be Pink Floyd, or, the music of Pink Floyd. Taking tracks which could actually be done originally by an orchestra, this really works well. Most of this … Continue reading

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