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Summer 68 - Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother

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  • Shagrel
    "Summer '68" is a song by Pink Floyd on their album Atom Heart Mother. Written and sung by Richard Wright, it is about a one night stand, likely with a groupie, and the return to habitual life.

    13.05.2020 at 10:29 Reply

  • Dokasa
    In another retrospective review for the Atom Heart Mother album, IGN described "Summer '68" as "a catchy, fast and happy pop tune written and sung by Richard Wright" that's "one of the few songs Wright has ever done for Pink Floyd and it's actually pretty fine." Personnel. Richard Wright – lead vocals, piano, Hammond organA-side: "Julia Dream", (Japan).

    10.05.2020 at 18:46 Reply

  • Vudozuru
    Atom Heart Mother, an album by Pink Floyd on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

    15.05.2020 at 11:38 Reply

  • Sarr
    Summer '68 - 03 - Atom Heart Mother - Pink Floyd. About a one night stand, likely with a groupie, and the return to habitual life. The soft piano intro contrasts with the rich, revenge-style Morricone trumpet solo breaks in the middle and end of the song.

    12.05.2020 at 14:43 Reply

  • Brajar
    “Ah, Friesians.” It was summer and LG Wood, managing director of EMI’s Record Division, was peering at the cover of Pink Floyd’s Atom Heart Mother. It was EMI policy for Wood to sign off on all EMI album sleeves, but here was a cover missing a title and the group’s name.

    09.05.2020 at 17:27 Reply

  • Mikakora
    As the titular track in the album Atom Heart Mother, this is Pink Floyd’s longest uncut song (the longest cut song is “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” with parts and ), timing in at.

    17.05.2020 at 12:36 Reply