Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Pink Floyd reissue undertakes most of his work

Pink Floyd release from September 26, 2011 a series of editions of his work on CD, DVD, Blu-Ray and Super Audio CD, in all digital formats to iPhone Apps, today announced its record label EMI Music, with collaborating since 1967. Pink Floyd's discography, in detail These releases under the banner Why Pink Floyd ?..., include alternate takes, unreleased songs, movies and a restored concert recording of the legendary performance of The Dark Side Of The Moon in Wembley in 1974, among many other innovations.

The label promises a "deep listening experience" According to EMI, this project will comprise the remastered CD grouped together under the name of Discovery, Immersion boxes with CD / DVD / Blu-Ray and memorabilia, and Editions Experience package, which adds to another classic album with additional content to offer "a deep listening experience." The photographer Jill Furmanovsky included in these designs and scripts unpublished photographs and employees of Pink Floyd, James Guthrie (United States) and Andy Jackson (UK), have been responsible for the digitally remastered and get the highest quality sound and audiovisual.

The documentary Lana Topham has overseen the restoration of the historical film of Pink Floyd, including The Dark Side Of The Moon and Wish You Were Here. The first release will be available on September 26 extended and special deluxe editions of The Dark Side Of The Moon. In addition, fourteen studio albums have been digitally remastered and will be released individually in a box with the complete collection.

On November 7, 2011 will begin the second phase of the project that will focus on the album Wish You Were Here with the following releases: Immersion box with five albums and editing Experience with two disks, both with extra material from the Wembley concert 1974, also including 20 minutes of live recording of Shine On You Crazy Diamond and the only recording of Wish You Were Here performed by legendary jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli.

To purchase the new 'The Wall' will have to wait until February 2012 Simultaneously 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 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, will be also a comprehensive treatment when it is released on February 27, 2012.

It was in 1967 when Pink Floyd, a band formed by Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright, made his appearance. In 1968, 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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