6 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For their sixth album, Pink Floyd kept experimenting with space and time, but with far greater confidence in their abilities than before. “One of These Days” is a rolling juggernaut of echoed bass, with organ and guitar hawkishly swooping about. In “Fearless” they play unvarnished folk rock; “Seamus” is straightforward blues with a howling dog solo. The opus “Echoes” is a stately 23-minute trip through what would become classic Floyd whisper-rock, taking in a greasy funk breakdown and wailing ghost noises.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For their sixth album, Pink Floyd kept experimenting with space and time, but with far greater confidence in their abilities than before. “One of These Days” is a rolling juggernaut of echoed bass, with organ and guitar hawkishly swooping about. In “Fearless” they play unvarnished folk rock; “Seamus” is straightforward blues with a howling dog solo. The opus “Echoes” is a stately 23-minute trip through what would become classic Floyd whisper-rock, taking in a greasy funk breakdown and wailing ghost noises.

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