Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Dance Songs CD (album) cover


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

2.11 | 159 ratings

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Andrea Cortese
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4 stars So many years I'm listening to this Pink Floyd compilation. I grew up with this one! Had it once on MC, now bought the CD format.

All the six tracks are of a remarkable importance and goes from 1971 (One Of These Days) to 1979 (Another Brick In The Wall, Part II). I hugely love the re-recorded version of Money that seems to me, musically, more complete than the original DSOTM recording! I allow myself to say that with all the respect to that album which, by a die hard fan as I am, is considered the blood that feed all the good prog lovers! The cover art is nice.two stiff dancers holded up by a narrow plot of ropes!...agree with Erik that there's something ironic about the tradition to consider prog rock as a non- rhythmic music!

From my infancy.4 stars and high recommendations!

Andrea Cortese | 4/5 |


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