A momentary lapse of reason

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a momentary lapse of reason

Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse of Reason by Amsco

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Pink Floyd - One Slip - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason


Signs Of Life 2. Learning To Fly 3. The Dogs Of War 4. One Slip 5. On The Turning Away 6.

More Images. Please enable Javascript to take full advantage of our site features. Edit Master Release. I would recommend to store the vinyls in a plastic polylined inner sleeve, the thick inner sleeves all the PF records have are awesome but they do damage the LP in the long run. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Like a lot of people I didn't really discover Pink Floyd until I was in my late teens. I had heard their songs before on the radio, but had never felt the need to go buy any of their CDs. Then one night in my dorm room I listened to a pirated copy of The Wall and suddenly it clicked. I was a fan. The Wall was Roger Waters' baby, so not only did I become a fan of the band I became a fan of him as a solo artist.

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. The Momentary Lapse of Reason limited edition print was one of the very first selection of Pink Floyd album cover designs to be revisited and re-envisaged as an art print by Storm Thorgerson at the very beginning of this century. The idea was to reflect the line of lyric "visions of an empty bed" by becoming one huge vision of many empty beds; hundreds of beds stretching across the landscape at the behest of master visionary, Storm Thorgerson. Storm wanted a particular kind of bed: Victorian, wrought iron, hospital type beds; beds for patients, beds for mad people, beds for dreamers.

It was a time of transition for Pink Floyd , who returned after their supposed demise on Sept. The disc would be important for the band, as it would make or break their future ability to tour and record without bassist Roger Waters. The band had split after 's The Final Cut , with each of the members venturing out to do solo discs. However, that didn't stop their label, realizing that the solo ventures would be a less lucrative proposition, from pushing for each to return to the band for more music. Keyboardist Richard Wright 's wife contacted Gilmour about lending a hand musically, but his full return was stalled by legal matters relating to his ousting during sessions for The Wall. Add in the fact that Nick Mason expressed his interest in new music as well, and by , Gilmour made the decision to utilize some of his solo material for what would become the 13th Pink Floyd studio album. The decision to move forward without him upset Waters, who took the rest of the band to court over use of the name and attempted to thwart the release of the album.


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