EMI Columbia publish Pink Floyd ‘s fourteenth album : ‘The Division Bell’ (1994)

Pink Floyd’s ‘The Division Bell’ is their fourteenth studio album produced by Bob Ezrin & David Gilmour and released on March 28, 1994 by Emi Columbia.

Track Listing : 1.Cluster One (David Gilmour, Richard Wright) – 05:58 . 2.What Do You Want From Me (David Gilmour, Richard Wright, Polly Samson) – 04:21 . 3.Poles Apart (David Gilmour, Polly Samson, Nick Laird-Clowes) – 07:04 . 4.Marooned (David Gilmour, Richard Wright) – 05:29 . 5.A Great Day For Freedom (David Gilmour, Polly Samson) – 04:17 . 6.Wearing The Inside Out (Richard Wright, Anthony Moore) – 06:49 . 7.Take It Back (David Gilmour, Polly Samson, Laird-Clowes, Bob Ezrin) – 06:12 . 8.Coming Back To Life (David Gilmour) – 06:19 . 9.Keep Talking (David Gilmour, Richard Wright, Polly Samson) – 06:11 . 10.Lost For Words (David Gilmour, Polly Samson) – 05:14 . 11.High Hopes (David Gilmour, Polly Samson) – 08:31

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Musicians : Pink Floyd – Band . David Gilmour – Lead Vocals, Guitars, Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Talk Box . Nick Mason – Drums, Percussion . Richard Wright – Keyboards, Piano, Vocals On (6) . Jon Carin – Programming, Piano, Keyboards . Guy Pratt – Bass Guitar . Gary Wallis – Percussion . Tim Renwick – Guitars . Dick Parry – Tenor Saxophone . Bob Ezrin – Keyboards, Percussion . Sam Brown – Backing Vocals . Durga Mcbroom – Backing Vocals . Carol Kenyon – Backing Vocals . Jackie Sheridan – Backing Vocals . Rebecca Leigh-White – Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour . Michael Kamen, Edward Shearmur . Andrew Jackson – Engineer . Chris Thomas – Mixing . Doug Sax – Mastering

Arrangements : Michael Kamen, Edward Shearmur

Package : Storm Thorgerson asterisques RVM – Art Design . Tony May – Photography . Rupert Truman – Photography . Stephen Piotrowski – Photography . Peter Curzon – Graphics . Ian Wright – Graphics

Recorded January–December 1993 At Britannia Row Studios; Astoria; Abbey Road Studios; Metropolis Studios; The Creek Recording Studios In London, England.

Released On March 28, 1994 By Emi Columbia.


Rolling Stone
The Division Bell is a quieter, more atmospheric and contemplative Pink Floyd, with lyrics so opaque and inert one cannot hope to plumb their meaning. Of course, no Pink Floyd album would be complete without a concept, and The Division Bell seems to be about that old standby failure to communicate. […]

AV Club
Pink Floyd’s The Division Bell is a lesson in the unfortunate power of nostalgiaThe Division Bell proved that even seven years later, the market for a Pink Floyd release hadn’t receded. Despite being an album that boasts the underwhelming sonic qualities that define post-Waters Pink Floyd—wandering atmospherics, undercooked imagery, and Gilmour’s thin (compared to Waters) vocals—the album went straight to No. 1 […]

Dusting ‘Em Off: Pink Floyd – Division BellAll I know is that I love when that backbeat kicks in shortly after Gilmour’s Edge-ian guitar. I can proudly air-guitar the opening and closing solos of “A Great Day for Freedom” at a moment’s notice. […]



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