Three Sides of Pink Floyd: Animals, Wet Dream and Mihalis

After Roger Waters took over Pink Floyd with Animals (1977), David Gilmour release his first solo album, appropriately named, David Gilmour (1978), and Richard Wright followed with Wet Dream, also in 1978. All three are incredible musical works of art. Meanwhile, Nick Mason was off racing cars. Animals, the last prog-sounding work from Pink Floyd, … More Three Sides of Pink Floyd: Animals, Wet Dream and Mihalis

Innovative Guitarists

Let’s assume Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eddie Van Halen, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Duane Allman are in the discussion for best guitarists, however you would rank them. Let’s look at some other innovative and versatile guitarists. These players are responsible for defining the sound of their bands, or their own trademark … More Innovative Guitarists

David Gilmour (1978)

The first solo release from David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.  Released in 1978, it came after Animals and before The Wall.  Gilmour didn’t have many writing credits on those albums, as Roger Waters dominated the songwriting. David Gilmour was a release of sorts for David Gilmour.  It had an uncomplicated sound and was dominated by … More David Gilmour (1978)