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The Division Bell (Pink, Floyd.)
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The Division Bell
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Pink, Floyd. Search Author in Amazon Books

Publisher:
Columbia (USA)
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Edition:
1994
Classification:
MCD 001836
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    - Pink Floyd: David Gilmour (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, programming); Rick Wright (vocals, keyboards); Nick Mason (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Tim Renwick (guitar); Dick Parry (tenor saxophone); Bob Ezrin (keyboards, percussion); Guy Pratt (bass); Gary Wallis (percussion, programming); Jon Carin (programming, keyboards); Sam Brown, Durga McBroom, Carol Kenyon, Jackie Sheridan, Rebecca Leigh-White (background vocals). Engineers: Keith Grand, Andrew Jackson, Steve McLaughin. The slow melodious instrumental overture that announces "Cluster One" trumpets the return of one of rock's most enigmatic ensembles, art rockers supreme--Pink Floyd. And in reclaiming center stage in the arena, THE DIVISION BELL straightaway tolls a characteristic chime of ambivalence, as a voice cries out from the heart of a massed chorale and strings, "What Do You Want From Me." But for longtime fans of Pink Floyd, THE DIVISION BELL offers an immense, reassuring sense of scale, as David Gilmour and company continue to expand upon the dark subtexts, rich orchestral textures and densely detailed arrangements that are the band's sonic signatures. A song such as the moody film noir jazz-pop intro of "Wearing the Inside Out" presages the mysterious futuristic romanticism of the BLADE RUNNER soundtrack, with lyrics that offer a typically mordant view of life Somewhere in the heart of all this darkness, David Gilmour's arching, anthemic guitar provides a powerful melodic focus, as on the moody instrumental tone poem "Marooned," where he seems to be floating out of Earth's orbit until Nick Mason's strong, centered drumming grounds his elisions in the gravitational pull of a simple backbeat. The closing "High Hopes" mixes mysticism with a dream-the-impossible groove, as Pink Floyd looks back longingly at old times and old friends. "Marooned" won a 1995 Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.
    - 1. Cluster One2. What Do You Want From Me3. Poles Apart4. Marooned5. Great Day For Freedom, A6. Wearing The Inside Out7. Take It Back8. Coming Back To Life9. Keep Talking10. Lost For Words11. High Hopes
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