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


Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.62 | 2997 ratings

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3 stars In 1975 Pink Floyd was still a band made by contributions by all musicians to the final product. This is a good album, with Roger Waters maybe still thinking that the band was a band and not that he was the band, as on later albums. The lyrics are interesting, but musically the album is not as interesting to me as "The Dark Side of the Moon". Roy Harper sang "Have a Cigar" because Roger Waters thought that his voice wasn`t very good, so they invited Harper to sing. The best songs are "Shine on you crazy diamond" and "Wish you were here". Roger Waters is a very intelligent lyricist. This was their last album on which Rick Wright contributed to the songwriting until "The Division Bell".
Guillermo | 3/5 |


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