- Pink Floyd may have better albums than Dark Side of the Moon, but no other record defines them quite as well as this one. Tracklist: Pink Floyd – Speak To Me – 4:09 (2803 kbps, 83.14 MB).
- Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon - 1973 - vinyl rip - 16-48 - flac - Pink Floyd Records - PFRLP8, Pink Floyd Records - 1 - 2016 A1 Speak To Me 1:30 A2 Breathe (In The Air) 2:43.
Having sold over 45 million copies worldwide, 'The Dark Side of the Moon' is one of the best-selling albums of all time. Pink Floyd chose to explore themes such as greed, death and mental illness, as well as making full use of analogue synthesisers, tape loops and multitracking when recording this groundbreaking album. I had already heard 'Dark Side' the very first time it was played in public, in Brighton, at the Dome, only months before, and that was before the sax parts were added. I will never forget this magic moment, although the whole live concert still sounds so fresh and vivid. Now I hope to find again the complete Brighton concert. Often cited as one of the greatest albums of all time, ‘The Dark Side of the Moon‘, released in 1973, has gone on to sell in excess of 50 million copies and is the Pink Floyd’s most commercially successful album. El capitan installer dmg.EMI Harvest Records (UK), SHVL 804
Style: Classic Rock
Country: London, England
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 261 Mb
The Dark Side of the Moon is Pink Floyd’s ninth album and is a single extended piece rather than, a collection of songs. It seems to deal primarily with the fleetingness and depravity of human life, hardly the commonplace subject matter of rock. “Time” (“The time is gone the song is over”), “Money” (“Share it fairly but don’t take a slice of my pie”). And “Us And Them” (“Forward he cried from the rear”) might be viewed as the keys to understanding the meaning (if indeed there is any definite meaning) of The Dark Side of the Moon.
Even though this is a concept album, a number of the cuts can stand on their own. “Time” is a fine country-tinged rocker with a powerful guitar solo by David Gilmour and “Money” is broadly and satirically played with appropriately raunchy sax playing by Dick Parry, who also contributes a wonderfully-stated, breathy solo to “Us And Them.” The non-vocal “On The Run” is a standout with footsteps racing from side to side successfully eluding any number of odd malevolent rumbles and explosions only to be killed off by the clock’s ticking that leads into “Time.” Throughout the album the band lays down a solid framework which they embellish with synthesizers, sound effects and spoken voice tapes. The sound is lush and multi-layered while remaining clear and well-structured.
There are a few weak spots. David Gilmour’s vocals are sometimes weak and lackluster and “The Great Gig in the Sky” (which closes the first side) probably could have been shortened or dispensed with, but these are really minor quibbles. The Dark Side of the Moon is a fine album with a textural and conceptual richness that not only invites, but demands involvement. There is a certain grandeur here that exceeds mere musical melodramatics and is rarely attempted in rock. The Dark Side of the Moon has flash-the true flash that comes from the excellence of a superb performance.
(Album Reviews. RollingStone magazine. May 24, 1973 4:00AM ET)
01. A1 Speak To Me (01:09)
02. A2 Breathe (02:48)
Pink Floyd Flac Vinyl Dark Side Free03. A3 On The Run (03:40)
04. A4 Time (06:59)
05. A5 The Great Gig In The Sky (04:41)
06. B1 Money (06:25)
07. B2 Us And Them (06:20)
08. B3 Any Colour You Like (02:51)
09. B4 Brain Damage (03:55)
10. B5 Eclipse (04:05)
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