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THE ENDLESS RIVER

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.36 | 648 ratings

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admireArt
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3 stars Pink Gilmour and David Floyd!

I guess if you own the name, were their best period guitar player, have the art/cover like connections and no fool for finances, you certainly would not call this one a David Gilmour album, market wise it will be unwise, very!

Music wise, this David Gilmour doing the Pink, songs and riffs in different keys included, will really would not have created such a mass expectation as a new and other DG solo release. But it will have been more honest in its different "solo" scope discography, but the Floyd it is not. In fact the PINK without Waters turned out to be a very different shade of pink fluid, a mellow one. In my not so humble opinion.

Expect the super famous "voices in off" but few singing (which is nice), expect all of Mr Gilmour's masterful "trademark" guitar sounds and solos, expect also a lack of creative or different songwriting, which is no big news, I mean this guy kind of knows how to repeat himself in newfangled ways. Expect a self tribute to what he considers PF, but really this is not Pink Floyd, not even the one he himself reconstructed.

***3 "good guitar playing, unimpressive songwriting", PA stars.

admireArt | 3/5 |

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