Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.62 | 3222 ratings

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5 stars A round disc initiates with a suite dedicated to Crazy Diamante known by all like Syd BARRETT, it even says that the same Syd went to the recording studio when the band gave I touch end to the disc, this disc sounds very space but different from the works "Atom Heart Mother" and "Meddle", because WRIGHT becomes somewhat synthetic by the handling shining of Richard, again we see the final work of a band who exploded of creativity and a supreme interpretation, a disc that a melancholy contains a level of state of maquina without feelings, the yearning of the presence of a person, the sample of which without one has become conceited, clearly this it is a disc dedicated to BARRETT, in which they engrandecen of the form that they know to the person who beginning a dream, but like there am saying, to have continued BARRETT in control of the serious band of a very select taste that practically serious stranger by the rest of the world, without however is the band that has made that many people know the way towards the world líricas sensations, musical and magical that creates the progressive one, this disc contains great subjects, nothing can be attributed to him since the joint is very good, with part one of oda is BARRETT continuing with subjects that equal move I have equal please to finish with oda in an essential aim, simply very good work.
Shelket | 5/5 |


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