Future Funk - Dark Side Of The Moon mp3 album
A new version of Last. Dark Side Of The Moon, Die Schlange. Go to artist profile.
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This is a full version of Dark Side Of The Moon that I made a while back. It is a compilation of other people's backing tracks from this site as well as samples from the original album. On The Run" is only a fade in and fade out so that people can improvise something within that middle space instead of just sitting there waiting for it to finish. No lead guitar, no vocals. Hope you enjoy ! marekloa Dec 31 2018, 04:52 AM reply.
For its ability to create mystery and intrigue for four decades, The Dark Side of the Moon joins my hall of fame of memorable album covers. The Dark Side of the Moon cover art created intrigue when the album landed in record stores in March 1973. At the time, Pink Floyd was on the cusp of becoming a mainstream success with a growing fan base. The mystery deepened when you studied the poster and stickers of pyramid shapes found inside the album sleeve. In an interview with Ed Lopez-Reyes of Floyd news site Brain Damage, I likened Pink Floyd to magicians who don’t explain their tricks.
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Lloyd Grossman's Most Recent Stories. Dark Side Of The Moon. Even though this is a concept album, a number of the cuts can stand on their own. Time is a fine country-tinged rocker with a powerful guitar solo by David Gilmour and Money is broadly and satirically played with appropriately raunchy sax playing by Dick Parry, who also contributes a wonderfully-stated, breathy solo to Us And Them. The non-vocal On The Run is a standout with footsteps racing from side to side successfully eluding any number of odd malevolent rumbles and explosions only to be killed off by the clock’s ticking that leads into Time
Originally released in 1973 on LP. "Speak To Me" & "Breathe" are actually one track on the CD but listed as two tracks in the booklet & on the disc, the 3:57 duration is for both tracks. Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London between June 1972 and January 1973.
They performed this version of Dark Side of the Moon at their 2010 New Year’s Eve celebration, capping a triumphant 2009 that included the release of their Embryonic. While the Lips recorded that album on their own, it’s still easy to hear how this album is symbiotic with Embryonic. The same wildness permeates these songs, giving them a feel that’s more primal than the original’s polished reflections.
|A||Dark Side Of The Moon||8:30|
|B1||Deep Side Of The Moon||6:43|
- Written-By, Producer, Programmed By, Recorded By, Mastered By – Jerome Isma-Ae, Marcel Krieg
|Delirium 25||Future Funk||Dark Side Of The Moon (12" + 12", S/Sided)||Delirium||Delirium 25||Germany||1995|
|Delirium 25 ltd||Future Funk||Dark Side Of The Moon / Die Schlange (12", Ltd)||Delirium||Delirium 25 ltd||Germany||1995|