Thursday, August 20, 2009


Pink Floyd was one of the first bands that I got into when I became "musically aware" my freshman year of high school. I distinctly remember how my peers seemed only interested in whatever the latest greatest radio stuff was at any given time. The revelation was that if you liked "The Wall" you didn't have to wait years for a new Pink Floyd album. They had ten albums before that just waiting to be devoured!


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Man that is cool!

Markoni said...

The guy in the white shirt that first comes in around the 1 minute mark is Alan Parsons. He was an engineer during the Dark Side of the Moon sessions and had also worked on Abbey Road. He would later put together the Alan Parsons Project -- a collection of studio musicians with Parsons as song writer, multi-instrumentalist, part time vocalist, and producer.