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Summer 68 - Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother

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  1. Gardarisar says:
    Lyrics to Summer '68 by Pink Floyd from the Atom Heart Mother album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  2. Nara says:
    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.
  3. Molkree says:
    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).
  4. Gardashakar says:
    Pink Floyd managed on "Atom Heart Mother" to avoid the dull stuff, and utilized orchestral instruments to a more psychedelic direction. The album thus contains some orchestration but also has plenty of what is becoming the more recognized Floyd sound, with Rick Wright's organ and David Gilmour stepping in more confidently as the master /5().
  5. Daijinn says:
    "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.
  6. Nishakar says:
    “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.
  7. Tukree says:
    Pink Floyd "Summer '68": Would you like to say something before you leave? Perhaps you'd care to state exactly how you feel W Pink Floyd - Summer '68 Lyrics | folkmetal.kazraktilarbagamiopira.infoinfo
  8. Vudozuru says:
    Its hard to say that this is the greatest song on Atom Heart Mother because they are all great. But the middle three, 'If', 'Summer of '68', and 'Fat Old Sun' are all so incredible. Harry from South Bend, In This is probably one of my favorite Pink Floyd songs; I think Rick has really outdone himself on the vocals, and the brass solos are.
  9. Kajilkree says:
    "Atom Heart Mother" is a six-part suite by the progressive rock band Pink Floyd, composed by all members of the band and Ron Geesin. It appeared on the Atom Heart Mother album in , taking up the first side of the original vinyl record. At , it is Pink Floyd's longest uncut piece (the later "Shine On You Crazy Diamond", though longer, was split between two sides of Wish You Were Here).Genre: Progressive rock.
  10. Kazrataxe says:
    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.

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