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    Vinyl Releases of the Week: February 29, 2012

    Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

    Happy Leap Day, vinyl lovers! How fitting that the vinyl releases of the week are just as extraordinary as the date itself. Pink Floyd – The Wall (Capitol) The final installment in the extensive “Why Pink Floyd…?” reissue campaign is the band’s most ambitious album, The Wall, originally released in 1979. As with the other […]

    Vinyl Releases of the Week: November 9, 2011

    Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

    This week we’ve got vinyl records from two Kings (Carole and Crimson), a classic from Pink Floyd, and a new cosmic offering from Florence + the Machine! Top that off with some exciting 180-gram audiophile reissues from Friday Music and the news that major record labels will cease production of CDs in 2012, and I’d […]

    Vinyl Releases of the Week: September 28, 2011

    Thursday, September 29th, 2011

    There are oodles and oodles of audiophile reissues out this week— titles that belong in every collector’s stacks—plus new albums from Wilco, Johnny Winter, and the hard-rock supergroup Chickenfoot! So without further ado: Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon reissue (Capitol) Rock albums don’t get much more iconic than Pink Floyd’s Dark Side […]

    2010 Year in Review

    Saturday, January 1st, 2011

    Another year has passed, and one of the things I like to spout off around the beginning of the year is the importance of trying something new. When it comes to music, expanding your horizons is both exciting and rewarding. While we may sometimes think that we only really like a few different kinds of […]

    The Musical Genre that is Pink Floyd

    Monday, March 15th, 2010

    Throughout their career Pink Floyd has been thrown into one genre of music or another. They have also helped to create completely new genres on their own. They have brought some genres to the forefront, and then had the good sense to allow their sound to evolve and avoid being pinned down to one sound. […]

    Pink Floyd: The Gilmour Years

    Monday, March 15th, 2010

    By November of 1967 The Pink Floyd had seen enough of the downward spiral of Syd Barrett. According to Rick Wright, the band tried desperately to get some help for Syd but Syd was not interested. In November of 1967 the band turned to long-time friend David Gilmour to step in and keep things rolling.

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