Pink Floyd - "The Endless River" -- New Release October 2014 (Part Two)

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  1. Raf

    Raf Senior Member

    Toronto, Ontario
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  2. botley

    botley Forum Resident

    Yep, there's the slow boat to heaven cover, plain as day.

    Cripes. I wonder how Rick would have felt about that little home movie of him rehearsing on the Royal Festival Hall organ in '69 being lifted and grafted into unrelated material 45 years later. Zombification indeed.

    I've heard they (Jackson, Gilmour and Mason) were considering doing the same thing with Wright's performances of AMLOR material from the live shows they have in multitrack form — "flying in" his playing with ProTools or the like to remake the studio album from scratch.

    What would Rick have thought? I'm not sure. When Roger used part of the Earl's Court Pink Floyd footage of himself on his Wall tour for "Mother", he got called a narcissist and all sorts of other nasty things. When PF does much the same thing with their dead buddy's organ playing, do they get called out?
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  3. dtuck90

    dtuck90 Forum Resident

    it looks like from the deluxe track listing that there will be at least 2 Big Spliff tracks as bonus tracks
  4. Raf

    Raf Senior Member

    Toronto, Ontario
    For those who can't pull up the above iTunes Store links, this is the track list for the deluxe edition:

    1. Side 1, pt. 1: Things Left Unsaid
    2. Side 1, pt. 2: It's What We Do
    3. Side 1, pt. 3: Ebb and Flow
    4. Side 2, pt. 1: Sum
    5. Side 2, pt. 2: Skins
    6. Side 2, pt. 3: Unsung
    7. Side 2, pt. 4: Anisina
    8. Side 3, pt. 1: The Lost Art of Conversation
    9. Side 3, pt. 2: On Noodle Street
    10. Side 3, pt. 3: Night Light
    11. Side 3, pt. 4: Allons-y (1)
    12. Side 3, pt. 5: Autumn '68
    13. Side 3, pt. 6: Allons-y (2)
    14. Side 3, pt. 7: Talkin' Hawkin'
    15. Side 4, pt. 1: Calling
    16. Side 4, pt. 2: Eyes to Pearls
    17. Side 4, pt. 3: Surfacing
    18. Side 4, pt. 4: Louder Than Words
    19. TBS9
    20. TBS14
    21. Nervana
    22. Video: Anisina
    23. Video: Untitled
    24. Video: Evrika (A)
    25. Video: Nervana
    26. Video: Allons-Y
    27. Video: Evrika (B)

    The regular edition ends at track 18.
  5. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

    Highland Park, USA
    Its not narcissistic if you're paying tribute to someone you care about, yourself not included.
  6. botley

    botley Forum Resident

    I understand that, but there were also objections on the grounds of "don't mess with our memories of your past by appropriating it to do what you are now doing". I think those people will be doubly upset at this appropriation. Doesn't bug me, I just care if the music is good or not.

    "Anisina" is Turkish for "In Memory Of."
  7. rontoon

    rontoon Floydian Archivist

    Highland Park, USA
  8. SpinningInfinity

    SpinningInfinity Forum Resident

    Was curious. I am 33 pages into thread 1. When did Gilmore ( just kidding) Gilmour's wife get heavily involved in David's career. I had no idea she was his lyric writer.

    Just wondering.

  9. That sounds like two completely different things if you are comparing to something being narcissistic. The narcissism in that case would have been what people were upset with - but if that doesn't exist here then how is it similar?
  10. She first appeared on The Division Bell. I really enjoy her work, she is a very talented lady- deeply ethnic and erotic. She is a author by trade. She never sat out to write lyrics for the Floyd. Gilmour simply asks her, and she assists. It's much better than Dave trying to do it himself. I find her contributions essential to the modern (1987) Pink Floyd and find it no hinderence in anyway, unlike many others, which I find surprising.
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  11. Tristero

    Tristero Touching from a distance

    No, Polly Samson did not contribute to Momentary Lapse--I don't think Gilmour even knew her at that point--only The Division Bell.
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  12. LarsO

    LarsO Forum Resident

    I think she first got involved on The Division Bell 7 years later.
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  14. TheLazenby

    TheLazenby Forum Resident

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  15. OK OK Alright, duly noted and fixed. I am at work and was trying to assist. No big deal.

    When I have time, I'll look in the notes to AMLOR, I was sure she was credited on there, if not my apologies to the galleries. Thanks for the heads-up.
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  16. TheLazenby

    TheLazenby Forum Resident

    "Autumn '68" - is it safe to guess Richard wrote that? :p
  17. JonMcK

    JonMcK Forum Resident

    Isn't that (sort of) the French for Let's Go?
  18. dkmonroe

    dkmonroe A completely self-taught idiot

    Are they trolling us? I mean, "AUTUMN 68"? :laugh:
  19. mestreech

    mestreech Forum Resident

    Looks nice except the cover!!
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  20. Raf

    Raf Senior Member

    Toronto, Ontario
    I sent the track list to a friend and he said "EEEEEUUUUUCCCHHHH!" about that title.
  21. Myke

    Myke Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

    Pre ordered for real this time. :thumbsup:
  22. Spacement Monitor

    Spacement Monitor Forum Resident

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  23. Carserguev

    Carserguev Forum Resident

    Madrid, Spain
    I still wonder what the Bluray/DVD content is, whether it fill feature some kind of visual extras or "only" high-res, 5.1 or whatever versins of the album itself...
  24. Myke

    Myke Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

    Why not read the details on their site ?
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  25. Zongadude

    Zongadude Music is the best

    It is.
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