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You Got The Song From Rotten Syd - The Sound Of Money - More? Why Not! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. And Stills with the best song on the album - "Carry On." Throw in their cover of Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" and you have one of the best albums of the era. Similar to the other two great bands of this era, The Beatles and The Band, take very talented musicians at the top of their game, and you will get a classic album.
  2. Dec 23,  · Syd Barrett–era unreleased songs "I Get Stoned" "I Get Stoned" is a Barrett song recorded live-in-studio on 31 October , along with a version of "Interstellar Overdrive", at Thompson Private Recording labimukfullthoupahasornewsmouhackmi.coinfo song features Barrett with an acoustic guitar. The song was performed during a gig at the All Saints Hall in The opening lines are thought to be "Living alone/I get stoned".
  3. Linc from Beaumont, Tx The Sax Solo here in 7/4 makes it sound more like talking than music which makes the song seem almost cold and blunt - like money. Nice choice. Nice choice. Matthew from Peshtigo, Wi Money fits perfectly, the album is about the pressure that can push us either to greatness or the edge, not a life cycle.
  4. Apr 19,  · The song satires the attitudes of the wealthy by having Gilmour voice their line of thinking. Once you’ve got the money, you don’t want to hear clichéd things like “money can’t buy happiness” and “sharing is caring”. You just want more and you want to keep it all to yourself.
  5. Roger Keith "Syd" Barrett (6 January – 7 July ) was an English singer, songwriter, and musician who co-founded the rock band Pink Floyd in Barrett named the group and was their original frontman and primary songwriter, becoming known for his whimsical take on psychedelia. As a guitar player, he experimented with elements such such as dissonance, distortion, echo, feedback, .
  6. Again, you see a good but troubled band put aside the fights, collaborate on a good song, and then record it in a way that makes the sound of it still timeless, more than 40 years on.
  7. If you've got the money I think it would be funny ah ah oh To take your girl and spend a bit of your cash for me Cos' then she might be happy No longer lonely ah ah oh And I could take her out the next day for pretty much free Dah dee doo dahdah dee dah doo dah dahdah domdom dada domdom dom dadee dah doo dahdah dom Spent late nights trying to pick up love of the floor where the other brothers.
  8. PiL was moving towards a more commercial pop music and dance music direction, and while many new fans found PiL, little of their original audience (or sound) remained. During this interim period, the band released the single " This Is Not a Love Song " in , the song's lyric lampooning the ire from some fans and the music press over the band.

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