You can say either 9:37 in, or 1:51 remaining, but if you go there you will hear what I think might be David Gilmour completely losing his shit, like entirely. #davidgilmour#pigsthreedifferentones#pinkfloyd @jfast16 @woobaguy @chrischaneybass
Lime and limpid green, a second scene
A fight between the blue you once knew.
Floating down, the sound resounds
Around the icy waters underground.
Jupiter and Saturn, Oberon, Miranda and Titania.
Neptune, Titan, Stars can frighten.
Collector's Corner✊🏻🔥 How many releases of "The Kick Inside" Picture Disc there are out there?
Probably not many know they're three.
Exactly, not two but three.
All of them pressed in 1979, all in Limited Edition, all with the same pictures on the A/B sides, two of them complete with the same front/back picture sleeve and one without.
So, how do you recognize the First Edition from the 2nd edition?
On the 1º Edition the sticker is circular on the top left of the front cover, instead on the Second Edition the sticker is oval, larger, on the center at the top of the front cover and has the catalogue number EMCP 3223 written on it.
The 1st Edition PD is housed in a clear plastic inner sleeve (with blue strips on the top of the left and right hand sides),
whereas the 2º Edition is housed in a plain white inner sleeve.
In addition, as the photos show, at the bottom rim of the First Edition Picture Disc is written "EMI Records Limited", whereas on the Picture Disc 2nd Edition we read "Manufactured in the UK by EMI Records LTD". The third release of the Picture Disc edition is simply housed in a clear plastic sleeve. That too has the words "Manufactured in the UK by EMI Records LTD". Usually there's a difference of 100€/150€ circa between the 1st Edition and the 2nd Edition.
Obviously, we're talking about items in Mint condition.
SO, i hope this will help you to have a clear idea about what to look for AND doing so save money too on these fabulous beauties🔥
Just meditated listening to shine on you crazy diamond by pink floyd. Can’t describe how pleasant I’m feeling right now. Don’t know if listening to rock music while meditating is a thing though. But, well, you should try it.
This chord progression is a little tricky and unpredictable, which is part of why it sounds so good :D This is just a fragment of the full lesson in the intro, solo, and verse/chorus coming out this week on YouTube. Subscribe link in bio.