Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Full reissue of Pink Floyd sinfófico rock out in September

Pink Floyd and the record company EMI announced the restatement "complete" the entire work of the legendary progressive rock group, which will be available late next September. The launch, which will come with the title "Why Pink Floyd?", Is supplemented by Collector's Edition packages "super-deluxe", in which the discs contain alternate takes, unreleased songs, movies and a restored concert recording legendary performance of "The dark side of the moon" at Wembley in 1974.

Roger Faxon, chairman of EMI Group, said that collaboration is a "unique" among the company and "one of the most creative and influential groups in history." We have worked together "for over a year, in this project that incorporates all the elements that made Pink Floyd one of the greatest inspirational forces in modern music, "he told the executive," his music never goes out of style.

"The first release will be available on 26 September, and expanded editions Special "The dark side of the moon" in various digital formats and vinyl. The Nov. 7 will begin the second phase of the project that will focus on the album "Wish you were here", including the only recording of the historic song performed by legendary jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli.

At the same time published "A foot in the door: The Best Of Pink Floyd", a collection of his most successful songs are put into one disc for the first time in the history of the band. The wall, which has sold 25 million albums and has become double in the last three decades into a cultural icon and social policy, come to the public on February 27, 2012.

The group, made up of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright, appeared in 1967, but the following year, Barrett left the group and was replaced by David Gilmour. Syd Barrett died in 2006 and Richard Wright in 2008. Throughout his career and even today, Pink Floyd has sold over 200 million albums worldwide.

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