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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.89 | 2142 ratings

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3 stars Floyd sound started forming with this album. "Atom Heart Mother" is very impressive and enthusiastic song, one of my favourites. But as I always said the orchestration would be much better. Pink Floyd played this song in A TV show without an orchestra and David Gilmour made the choir with his soft and beautiful voice. It's much better and more impressive. "If" is a soft acoustic song, good but not wonderful. IMO, "Summer 68" is the best song in the album. Richard Wright had an incredible work again and brass contribution makes it better. "Fat Old Sun" is a classic Gilmour song, it's really emotional and beautiful with Gilmour's soft vocals. "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast" is a good song, but its concept is not clear and can be better. IMO, it is the first essential Pink Floyd album. Not for fans only, it's an excellent addition to any prog music collection.
Tichy | 3/5 |


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