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MORE

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.16 | 1142 ratings

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UMUR
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3 stars "More" is the 3rd full-length studio album by UK progressive/psychadelic rock act Pink Floyd. The album was released through EMI/Columbia in June 1969. "More" is a soundtrack album for the motion picture "More" by Barbet Schroeder. "More" was recorded at Pye Studios in London during March of 1969 and was produced by the band.

The material on the album is a combination of mellow folky pop/rock tracks, hard rock tracks and some experimental psychadelic tracks, with an emphasis on the former. The two hard rock tracks "Nile Song" and "Ibiza Bar" provide the album with variation on the otherwise predominantly mellow and atmospheric sounding album, but the repetitive psychadelic tracks "Main Theme" and "Quicksilver" also stand out a bit from the rest. Mostly though we´re treated to David Gilmour´s sedated pleasant vocals, acoustic arrangements, and simple folky pop/rock tracks.

The sound production is a bit murky but still suits the music well with it´s organic sound. "More" is overall another quality release by Pink Floyd, but it is ultimately one of their least interesting albums from their early years. A 3.5 star (70%) rating is still deserved though.

UMUR | 3/5 |

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