1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond. Uh and Wish you Were Here
They did psychedelic/hard rock
i am leanna potrzebowski grandaughter of Floyd potrzebowski
Yes, roger waters benn touring for years doing thier albums. In 2012, he is doing the wall, and im going to it! :) it's not too late to order tickets
Money, get away.
Get a good job with good pay and youre okay.
Money, its a gas.
Grab that cash with both hands and make a stash.
New car, caviar, four star daydream,
Think Ill buy me a football team.
Money, get back.
Im all right jack keep your hands off of my stack.
Money, its a hit.
Dont give me that do goody good bulls--t.
Im in the high-fidelity first class traveling set
And I think I need a lear jet.
Money, its a crime.
Share it fairly but don't take a slice of my pie.
Money, so they say
Is the root of all evil today.
But if you ask for a raise its no surprise that theyre
Giving none away.
Huhuh! I was in the right!
Yes, absolutely in the right!
I certainly was in the right!
You was definitely in the right. that geezer was cruising for a
Why does anyone do anything?
I don't know, I was really drunk at the time!
I was just telling him, he couldn't get into number 2. he was asking
Why he wasnt coming up on freely, after I was yelling and
Screaming and telling him why he wasnt coming up on freely.
It came as a heavy blow, but we sorted the matter out
first of all, I think you mean "Who is the singer in pink Floyd", and second of all they all sang on a record exsept for their drum nick mason. Syd barret started of on lead vocals for pink Floyd in their debut album "the piper at the gates of dawn" and sang lead vocals on the last track (jug band blues) on their second album a sucerful of secrests. then David Gilmoore and Roger Waters sang the majority of the songs (some like hey you both on the same recording, like on the Beatles "A day in the life") with the occasional performance from their pianist/keyboardist Richard wright (most famously on echoes, Us and them and (with david Gilmoore) time) up until roger left pink Floyd, then david and the occasianal rick sang. there was only one occasion where someone who wasn't considered a band member of pink Floyd sang lead vocals which was when roy Harper was recording next to pink Floyd in abbey road and neither roger nor david could sing this song they had (it was have a cigar which appeard on wish you were here and was released as a single in some places, with the b-sides either shine on you crazy dimond part 1 (parts 1-5) or welcome to machien)
Pink Floyd basically used the standard guitar, bass, and drums set up, but was known to use other instruments such as the keyboards, saxophone, and a wide variety of other non-instrument objects to create diverse sound effects.
The song Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd can be found on the album of the same name. The album was the bands 9th studio album and was released in September 1975.
Billy Joel's 1983 song "Goodnight Saigon" begins and ends with the sound of helicopters. "Goodnight Saigon"'s chorus includes the famous line, "And we will all go down, together..." Not sure if it's the song you're thinking of, since it's earlier than the 90's.
Another Brick in the Wall was banned in South Africa beause the Government thought it was anti educational so they banned it. Also the possibily of Arnold Layne being banned in this country because they didnt like the thought of transvestism.
Davig Gilmour-Roger Waters-music
Bzzz! Wrong Answer! The Answer is Syd Barret and then Roger Waters and sometimes David Gilmour.
At the Roger Waters concerts, Roger Waters does.
The song is Time. You can find it on the album Dark Side of the Moon.
Too many to count. (this coming from a fan).
They are an incredible band, but it is only a form of opinion.
Great question! There's actually a few ways to look at it.
Why is this important, you ask? Well, at the time The Wall was being recorded, Gilmour and Waters hated each other bitterly. They'd barely talk to each other, much less cooperate in the songwriting process. And after The Wall, the band released another Waters project The Final Cut, after which Waters left the band for good. So in a way, "Comfortably Numb" could be seen as the last time the two primary songwriters of Pink Floyd worked together, before their own wall separated them for 25 years.
The singers were: Sam Brown, "the blond", Claudia Fontaine and Durga Mcbroom
It was released in 1979 on 'The Wall' album. The song Another Brick In The Wall was actually in three parts, Part 2 being the most popular.
The main character in Pink Floyd's "The Wall" is named "Pink". He, however, is not a real person. If you meant the personnel who played on the album, the main people were: Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Nick Mason. If you meant the actor that portrayed Pink in the movie version, that was Bob Geldof.
The Final Cut. This was post-Wall and tensions in the band were at an all-time high...tensions and arguments that went back to Animals and when the band had their In The Flesh tour in the late 70s. The royalties were split a little differently amongst the band members (can't remember the exact way, but its been mentioned in a lot of journal publications), and this played a factor in what drove the arguing and bitter resentment.
Rick Wright was not in the band during the time Final Cut was released in 1983, and he is not listed as being in the band on the credits (PF issued this as a trio).
Many say that this is more like a Roger Waters solo record, largely about him struggling to adapt to the changing social themes in the UK and also about the loss of his father in WWII.
Its not a bad one, but listening to Meddle, Dark Side, Wish You Were Here, Animals, or The Wall, definitely beats this one any given day of the week.