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Meddle album for sale by Pink Floyd was released Jul 07, 1987 on the Capitol/EMI label. MEDDLE was the first album to hint at the musical identity that would define Pink Floyd in the mid- to late-'70s. Whereas prior releases like UMMAGUMMA and ATOM HEART MOTHER announced the presence of new singer/guitarist/songwriter David Gilmour, MEDDLE represents the band's Gilmour-influenced evolution toward a sleek, epic, spacey sound. In "Echoes," an ambitious 23-minute soundscape, the pinging of a synthesizer greets the listener before Gilmour's warm, open guitar and gentle crooning gives way to a repetitious, workmanlike rhythm. Meddle CD music contains a single disc with 6 songs. ...See Full Description
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it's so long! but it is worth the whole time! even though echoes is so long it is so beautiful, great song! it's worth the money you spend on the album! not a good album for starters though...too instrumental..
By jlwhitedove (Iowa,USA)
||let's fly away|
perfect music for stoners. the entire thing is a masterpiece, but the 2 best : One Of These Days and Echoes!! those 2 will definitely take you on a little trip :-)
By stoner (florida)
||Best "early" Mr Floyd|
Barrett's gone and we haven't gotten into Waters' Cynicism yet. So we get to hear an extended David Gilmour. Gilmour's guitar work is just a precursor of things to come. I could listen to Gilmour and Mr. Floyd all day.
By a reviewer (Waterloo, Iowa)
|It's an Ear full.|
Yes the cover picture is an ear for those who thought it was a nose you don't smell music you listen to it. This album is fantastic. Pink Floyd is original they do their music like no other's, they don't bite. I have heard many newer bands like Audioslave of which stick to a very noticable and simple formula for all their songs. Even Pearl Jam did this on their latest album. Basically these really great bands use the same formula and layout for an entire album. This is so gey'. Right when they start jamming and it get's good then they stop and sing another verse, our the outro to a song is just to short. Why are these bands so systematic? That's what seperates Pink Floyd. They do what they feel. They will jam out for a few minutes then start singing, or visa versa, they will jam after they sing some verses. Just an observation about today's music and yesterday's.
By J. (Seattle, WA)
||The echoes will always live on...|
Many people argue that "Dark side of the Moon" was THE album of the 20th century and showed Pink Floyd at their zenith. This may be true for the majority of the population, but "Meddle" is the artistically superior album. "One of these Days" has some of the finest bass and slide guitar work you'll ever hear - and listen out for the Dr Who melody in the background; it's a very clever touch! And then there's "Echoes" which is the most ethereal and melodic track ever recorded (well, arguably). "Echoes" comes in at over 23 minutes (it was side 2 of the "Meddle" LP) and takes the listener on a musical journey, with lyrics that talk of the human condition and music that sends chills down one's spine. "Meddle" is THE Pink floyd album.....great rock with layers of abstract creativity and conceptual detail. It's sheer artisitic talent being used at its very best.
By James Richardson (Elizabeth, South Australia)
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|CD Universe Part number||1108397|
|Label||Capitol / EMI|
|Release Date||Jul 07, 1987|
|Producer||Pink Floyd; Pink Floyd|
|Engineer||Peter Brown; John Leckie; Robert Black; Rob Black; Peter Bown; Roger Quested; Peter Brown; John Leckie|
|Recording Time||46 minutes||