Pink Floyd release ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ featuring ‘Money’ (1973)

Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ feat. ‘Money’ is their eighth studio album recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London and released on March 1st, 1973 by Harvest.

Track Listing : 1.Speak To Me (Roger Waters, Nick Mason) – 01:13 . 2.Breathe (Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Richard Wright) – 02:46 . 3.On The Run (Roger Waters, David Gilmour) – 03:35 . 4.Time (Roger Waters, Nick Mason, Richard Wright, David Gilmour) – 07:04 . 5.The Great Gig In The Sky (Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Clare Torry) – 04:48 . 6.Money (Roger Waters) – 06:23 . 7.Us And Them (Roger Waters, Richard Wright) – 07:50 . 8.Any Colour You Like (Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Richard Wright) – 03:25 . 9.Brain Damage (Roger Waters) – 03:50

George Hardie

Musicians : Pink Floyd – Band . David Gilmour – Vocals, Guitars, Vcs 3 . Nick Mason – Percussion, Tape Effects . Richard Wright – Keyboards, Vocals, Vcs 3 . Roger Waters – Bass Guitar, Vocals, Vcs 3, Tape Effects . Dick Parry – Saxophone On (6 – 7) . Clare Torry – Vocals On (5) . Doris Troy – Backing Vocals . Lesley Duncan – Backing Vocals . Liza Strike – Backing Vocals . Barry St. John – Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By Pink Floyd Alan Parsons – Engineer . Peter James – Assistant . Chris Thomas – Mix Supervisor

Package : Hipgnosis – Sleeve Design, Photography . George Hardie asterisques RVM – Sleeve Art

Recorded June 1972 – January 1973 At Abbey Road Studios, London.

Released On March 1St, 1973 By Harvest.

The Dark Side Of The Moon has the reputation that it does for a reason. It’s one of the few prog-style albums to really successfully make the jump into mainstream culture, and that’s because everyone can find something to identify with here. […]
If you’ve ever lived, cherished, or been lost in your mind then you will be able to relate your life experiences to this superior masterpiece. And in closing I’d just like to say, There is no dark side of the moon, as a matter of fact it’s all dark. / […]

Rolling Stone
There are a few weak spots. David Gilmour’s vocals are sometimes weak and lackluster and “The Great Gig in the Sky” (which closes the first side) probably could have been shortened or dispensed with, but these are really minor quibbles. […]



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