I'd like to think I can answer anything. I've been collecting Pink Floyd music and memorabilia since 1982. I literally have dozens of books and hundreds of magazines with Pink Floyd articles from which to research and verify.
I was on a highly rated allexperts volunteer on this subject approximately 12 years ago but got too distracted by other things in life and had to drop out. I find myself with a lot of free time on my hands these days and would like to take a crack at it again.
I went to college for a while to study history but have not completed my degree.
|Angie||12/16/11||10||10||10||Thank you that explained alot......|
|Giorgio||11/12/11||10||10||10||Thank you Gary!|
Thanks Pauline, You have the official American release of the picture disc. I own it too. It's not currently worth a whole lot. Goldmine Record Album Price Guide lists the value at $50.00. I found
Thanks Dean. My hunch is that you have a compilation of tracks from BBC radio sessions. They were live performances, but, without audience noise, could be mistaken for studio recordings. The piece described
Thanks for the question. Bass playing credit has long been a subject of conjecture in the Floyd canon. I think it's safe to say that Dave played bass on Hey You, Young Lust and Pigs as well as Fat Old
Here is an ebay link for what I think is the same sign: http://www.ebay.com/itm/PINK-FLOYD-1980-80s-WALL-CONCERT-POSTER-METAL-ART-New-Yo I turned up something
Here is a link that breaks down all the United States pressings of Dark Side of the Moon. http://digilander.libero.it/mrpinky/tdsotm_usa.htm It's in Italian but if you open it in the Google Chrome browser