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Pink Floyd - Zabriskie Point Sessions


Shawn

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From Aquarium Drunkard:

When Radiohead’s Ok Computer was released, one of the finest and most appropriate appraisals was that of deeming the band the ’90s Pink Floyd. I was reminded of this recently while listening to the Floyd sessions for the soundtrack to the 1970 Michelangelo Antonioni film Zabriskie Point.

A bootleg, the disc captures the band in November and December of 1969, pre Atom Heart Mother and Meddle, finding their sound after the departure of troubled founder Syd Barrett. Loose and expansive, the set is a fascinating listen as you hear skeletal scraps of songs that the band would later flesh out on future albums. This early era, often ambient, Pink Floyd has long been overshadowed by their mammoth and epic ’70s work. The two are really completely different animals and therefore should be viewed as such.

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The Aquarium Drunkard always posts interesting stuff. BTW, the movie was pretty good...

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Very Cool. Thanks, Shawn! :D

Has anyone ever seen More the movie? Is it any good? I gotta go watch both of these movies. It's a good thing there is file sharing, because I guarantee they don't have either More or Zabriskie Point at the video rental stores around here. So I could see if these movies were any good before buying them.

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I cant, nor ever could see any comparison between Radiohead's whinging tunes and Pink Floyds.

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I cant, nor ever could see any comparison between Radiohead's whinging tunes and Pink Floyds.

here are some

England

Progressive Rock

rhythm guitar

lead guitar

keyboards

bass

drums, percussion

vocals

backing Vocals

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Very Cool. Thanks, Shawn! :D

Has anyone ever seen More the movie? Is it any good? I gotta go watch both of these movies. It's a good thing there is file sharing, because I guarantee they don't have either More or Zabriskie Point at the video rental stores around here. So I could see if these movies were any good before buying them.

Not seen any of them. I sort of took the approach that the films associated were probably too arty farty to be worth seeing and the music was probably more interesting as a stand alone. I'd like to hear what you think if you do get around to watching them. Obscured by Clouds (which I like better than More and Zabriskie Point) was the score to La Vallee... maybe you could include that one too if you haven't already.

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