Pink Floyd - A Geeklist Tribute from the Piper to the Bell
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Whether you realize it or not, you have almost certainly heard music by this band. Pink Floyd ("The Pink Floyd" as initially known) were an early stalwart on the London psychedelic scene, playing music heavily influenced with whimsical fantasy and rocking science fiction. Unlike most bands on that scene, Pink Floyd broke through into superstardom and a decades-long recording career. This despite being a relatively anonymous assortment of musicians. Pink Floyd became even more so very early on when charismatic frontman Syd Barrett slowly disintegrated mentally before his friends' and bandmates' eyes. Finally, the other members of Pink Floyd - Roger Waters, Rick Wright, and Nick Mason, brought in their friend David Gilmour to play guitar while Barrett stood on stage. Eventually, one day while en route to a gig, they decided not to pick up Barrett...

It is interesting to speculate how Pink Floyd would have gone if Barrett hadn't fallen prey to drugs and mental illness. But as it was, they have been one of the most influential and successful rock bands of all time - and indeed, a band that was important to the punk movement, since many punks pointed to what they called the excesses of Pink Floyd (heavily produced music, flying pigs, arena concerts, etc). And here is my tribute, in the form of a list of their studio albums.

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1. Board Game: Dawning Empire [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
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The Piper At the Gates of Dawn (1967)

Pink Floyd's first album, coming after playing at the UFO Club and other London venues for some years. A great start. An odd mix of short, whimsical songs like "The Gnome", "Matilda Mother" and "The Bike" side by side by long, hard-driving instrumental space rockers like "Astonomy Domine" and PARTICULARLY "Interstellar Overdrive" which still sounds good when I turn my stereo up to 11.

I came to this album years after first becoming a Pink Floyd fan. It is different - the album is primarily written and sung by Syd Barrett. It is brilliant. It definitely sounds like 1967; some of the songs sound a bit dated but they are still fine to listen to.

I give this album a 9; Excellent; Always want to play it.
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A Saucerful of Secrets (1968)

This album was the last one to feature a Syd Barrett song - and only one, at that, the odd "Jugband Blues", a distressing indicator in many ways of Barrett's mental collapse.

So Roger Waters took over much of the songwriting, but Wright, Mason and Gilmour all contributed songs. Saucerful is quite different from The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. The title track is a long, spacey piece; "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" another moody instrumental. "Remember A Day" is a wonderful song. "Corporal Clegg" stands out - it sounds kind of jarring compared to the other tunes, and it marks the first in what would be many anti-war songs penned by Roger Waters.

Not one of Pink Floyd's better known albums - but a wonderful collection of music.

I rate this an 8: Very good, I like to play.



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More (1969)

This is the first soundtrack album Pink Floyd recorded, for an obscure French movie of the same name. Something of a mixed bag, but "Cymbaline" and especially "The Nile Song" are very very good songs.

The rest is good atmospheric Floyd, but not as consistent as their earlier stuff - nor as strong as what was to follow.

I rate it 6, OK.
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Ummagumma (1969)

This four-sided album had three sides of live recordings of early Pink Floyd. Side four was new material, from each of the four members of the band (which is why I include it here). The live stuff is great. The other stuff is, to be kind, inconsistent.

It does feature one of the very best names ever for a rock song, "Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving With a Pict."

I give this an "incomplete". As a live album, it's probably an 8.
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Atom Heart Mother (1970)

This was clearly an experimental effort, featuring a nice picture of cows on the cover (hence the game). The whole first side was taken up by the "Atom Heart Mother" suite, recorded by an orchestra. Interesting - but not what people then or now really thought of as Pink Floyd.

The second side has some normal songs and another long, meandering piece ("Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast"). This is one for completists only. I like it as a change, but it is not Pink Floyd's best.

I give it a 5: average, slightly boring, take it or leave it.
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Meddle (1971)

Frankly, if I had been old enough to follow Pink Floyd in the late 1960s and early 1970s, I would have been worried after More and Atom Heart Mother.

Which makes Meddle a welcome triumph.

In my view, this is the first of a string of (non-soundtrack) classics by Waters, Gilmour, Wright and Mason. It starts with "One of These Days". It starts off quietly, barely audible. It picks up volume, power and speed. It grabs you and sweeps you away. Then, in a heavily distorted growl, a voice yells "One of these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces." And the music gets louder. This song is best played at 11. Over and over.

The rest of the album is excellent. I love the song "Fearless," a lovely, inspirational song that dissolves into a chanting British soccer crowd. "Seamus" is a country song about a dog - voted in at least one poll the worst Pink Floyd song ever. Maybe so!

The second side is again taken up with one experimental mostly-instrumental track, "Echoes." Not straight orchestral like "Atom Heart Mother," using sound effects and mellow instruments, it is a wonderful track. And a great album.

I give this a 9, Excellent; Always want to play it.

(edit to insert "mostly" before "instrumental!")
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7. Board Game: Above the Clouds [Average Rating:3.00 Unranked]
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Obscured By Clouds (1972)

This was another Pink Floyd soundtrack, for the move La Vallee. Some don't like it but I think this is an excellent album. Lots of introspective music befitting a soundtrack - but it's done by Pink Floyd and it's done well.

And some songs that are brilliant. I really like "Stay," a mellow number which is a Pink Floyd rarity - a song about "boy-meets-girl." There is a bit of a twist though, as the guy after spending the night with the young lady in question struggles to remember her name so he can tell her "so long."

Other highlights include "Childhood's End", with its ominous overtones, the outright fun "Free Four," and the rocking track "The Gold It's in The..."

This album isn't as well known, being the soundtrack to an obscure French movie. But it is excellent.

I give it an 8, Very good, I like to play it.
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The Dark Side of the Moon (1973)

You may have heard of this album. It did quite well commercially, totaling 29 YEARS in the Billboard charts.

This is usually on the short list of Best Rock Albums of All Time. It is well deserved.

A quick rundown on this album, notable in including significant songwriting credits for all four members:

"Speak to Me/Breathe" slowly fades in over a hearbeat...

"On the Run" takes things forward, a powerful instrumental track...

which segues into a tick-tock rhythm that then explodes into a cacaphony of alarm clocks marking the beginning of "Time," perhaps my favorite Pink Floyd song ever. "Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day, fritter and waste the hours in an off-hand way. Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town, waiting for someone or something to show you the way." Later, "Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English way, the time is gone, the song is over, thought I'd something more to say." Thirty-plus years after first hearing it, this song still packs a powerful punch. A moody reminder of the passage of time.

Then "The Great Gig In the Sky," with soaring voice instrumental (just voice no words) by Claire Torry that cannot fail to lift your spirits.

Side two kicks off with more noise, the clash-clang-clink of cash registers kicking off the funky rocker "Money." Waters' scathing condemnation of our fascination with the green stuff is brilliant, as is David Gilmour's even-more-outstanding-than usual guitar.

That slows down to "Us and Them," a softer melancholy number bemoaning the differences we put between us; after all, we're only ordinary men. The song includes another example of Waters' antiwar imagery:

Forward he cried from the rear
And the front rank died.
And the general sat and the lines on the map
Moved from side to side.


"Any Colour You Like" follows, another excellent instrumental track. Which leads into the final two songs, that should be considered as one.

"Brain Damage" looks at mental illness - a natural concern given Syd Barrett's breakdown. Doctors cut into the brain to make the singer better, in the end there's someone in my head but it's not me...

And "Eclipse" ruminates how everything under the sun is in tune, but the sun is eclipsed by the moon...

A triumph, a classic.

A 10: I always want to play it, and I expect this will never change.
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Wish You Were Here (1975)

Dark Side of the Moon was a tough act to follow. This was up to the task.

This may actually be my favorite Pink Floyd album. It features three great shorter songs that got lots of radio play. "Welcome to the Machine" and "Have A Cigar" are bitter looks at the music business - funny how many successful rock bands come to a point where songs like this emerge. Think that's a statement on how the suits run the business? "Wish You Were Here" is a lovely song, sad, poignant. It, and the multipart "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" that begins and ends the album, are tributes and reflections on the sad story of Syd Barrett.

This may also be the best album of all for Gilmour's guitar work. Breathtaking.

In one of the "stranger than fiction" stories of rock music, while Waters, Gilmour, Wright and Mason were recording this, a fat bald guy showed up and was kicking around the studio. The band realized it was their old mate, Syd Barrett, whom they hadn't seen in five years. Memories among the band seem to differ on what the song was, but it was clearly a moving moment (Wright said it moved him to tears) and the last time Pink Floyd spent any time with their first inspiration.

This is a 10: Outstanding, I always want to play it, and expect this to never change.
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10. Board Game: Pig Wars: When Men Were Men and Pigs Were Money [Average Rating:5.68 Unranked]
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Animals (1977)

This is an angry, bitter album. It is the first album where practically all songs were written by Roger Waters (Gilmour has co-credit on the 17-minute track "Dogs"). Animals is about the relationship between different types of people - pigs and dogs, who compete and back-stab to get ahead, and their victims, sheep.

It is bleak. It is unhappy. And it is utterly brilliant.

This is a 9: excellent, I always want to play it.
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The Wall (1979)

Another masterpiece. This is almost all Roger Waters' vision, another batch of songs that look with some bitterness at childhood, war (father dies in the war), overprotective mothers, brutal teachers, drug use, the music business, racism, loosely focused on the rock singer character Pink. All made stronger by Floyd's continuing musical virtuosity.

It is hard to summarize this sprawling, uneven work.

On "Comfortably Numb" Gilmour turns in one of the great guitar solos in rock, in a song about doping up the emotionally-damaged singer to help him go on stage. "Another Brick in the Wall Part 2" (as in "we don't need no education") was a big hit, a curiously cheerful chorus for a song castigating teachers for mistreating the kids. "Mother" ruminates on nuclear war and a mother's desire to always protect her baby from the world - to the great detriment of the child, who becomes unable to deal with normal adult relations. "Run Like Hell" rawks in its own disturbing way.

The latter part of the album marks the descent into madness for Pink. But it tries to end on a small moment of hope, noting that despite the wall he has erected against the world, there are still friends who continue the hard work of banging heart against some mad bugger's wall.

Not an easy album to love. But it is brilliant.

I give this a 10, Excellent, always want to hear it, expect this will never change.

(Note: this is the studio album, not the soundtrack to the bleak movie The Wall.)
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The Final Cut (1983)

This was the last album with Roger Waters. In fact, at one point he envisioned releasing this as a solo album - nobody has any songwriting credit but Waters. It is an autobiographical work, revisiting the theme of nuclear holocaust, loss in war, and the loss of the post-war dream.

It is uneven but includes some brilliant stuff. "The Gunner's Dream" is a fantastic song, a rumination (as is "The Post War Dream") from Waters' perspective of how the losses in war (including Waters' father, killed in Sicily) did not result in a just post-war society. (It is safe to say that Waters was not a Margaret Thatcher fan.)

"Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert" and "The Fletcher Memorial Home" are Waters' bitter recriminations against warmongering leaders, who he wishes could be consigned to a home, where they could all be executed.

I give this a 7, good usually willing to play
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A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987)

Now Roger Waters has left the band, declaring Pink Floyd dissolved. But Gilmour, Wright and Mason disagree. Lapse is pretty good, lots of good guitar work by Gilmour. "Learning to Fly" and "The Dogs of War" are good songs, but this album is clearly weaker than the previous ones.

I give it a 6, OK.
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The Division Bell (1994)

The second album post-Waters. This felt like a return to early Floyd, with its slower tempos, quiet mood. The songwriting is better, and I like the themes. This is not up to the standards of classic Floyd, but it is a good album.

Pink Floyd's last one?

I give this a 7, good usually willing to play.
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Early singles.

Like many bands in the 1960s, Pink Floyd released some singles that did not appear on an album. In Floyd's case, this includes some brilliant stuff.

Perhaps at the top of this list for me is "Careful with That Axe, Eugene," a menacing hard-driving piece of instrumental proto-metal (the lyrics in their entirety: "careful with that axe, Eugene").

Also a must-hear is "Arnold Layne," a rollicking tune about a young man with a bad habit, stealing ladies' underwear off the clotheslines...
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