"In 1985 guitarist David Gilmour began to assemble a group of musicians to work on his third solo album. At the end of 1986 he changed his mind, and decided that the new material would instead be included in a new Pink Floyd album."
A Momentary Lapse Of Reason
Signs of Life - Gilmour, Ezrin
Learning to Fly - Gilmour, Moore, Ezrin, Carin
The Dogs of War - Gilmour, Moore
One Slip - Gilmour, Manzanera
On the Turning Away - Gilmour, Moore
Yet Another Movie / Round and Around - Gilmour, Leonard / Gilmour
A New Machine (Part 1) - Gilmour
Terminal Frost (instrumental) - Gilmour
A New Machine (Part 2) - Gilmour
Sorrow - Gilmour
Sorry guys. I'm not buying it. Gilmour wants to put out a solo album but realizes it will probably be a flop like his first two, so he decides...people are stupid. I'll call it Pink Floyd and it will be succesful. I even bought into it when it first happened, but I was only 15 at the time.
(12-11-2011, 05:45 PM)blue_ember Wrote: wow its unfortunate that theres a minority of PF fans who beleive pink floyd ended at the Final Cut. I just don't understand! Why NOT listen to and appreciate, at the least, post-Roger Pink Floyd...
I like the post Waters era for what it is. It's not bad music, it's just not Pink Floyd. I understand my opinion pisses off the Gilmour fanboys and girls, but that's the way I see it.