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Pink Floyd "Nothing is hard to believe, no one is hard to deceive..." Today, 32 years ago, Nick Mason's second album, created in conjunction with 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn, was released. Profiles was chiefly an instrumental album, it does feature vocals (from David Gilmour and Maggie Reilly) on "Lie for a Lie", and "Israel" (sung by UFO keyboardist Danny Peyronel).
"Nothing is hard to believe, no one is hard to deceive..." Today, 32 years ago, Nick Mason's second album, created in conjunction with 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn, was released. Profiles was chiefly an instrumental album, it does feature vocals (from David Gilmour and Maggie Reilly) on "Lie for a Lie", and "Israel" (sung by UFO keyboardist Danny Peyronel).
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Pink Floyd Some interesting early insights in Pink Floyd - although some answers do appear slightly tongue-in-cheek:
Some interesting early insights in Pink Floyd - although some answers do appear slightly tongue-in-cheek:
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Pink Floyd Today saw the first of two nights in Sacramento for the Floyd, in 1968. The poster for the event was quite eye-catching:
Today saw the first of two nights in Sacramento for the Floyd, in 1968. The poster for the event was quite eye-catching:
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Pink Floyd Just one month to go - David Gilmour Live at Pompeii is screened in cinemas worldwide, for one night only, on September 13th. Tickets are selling fast; get yours at www.DavidGilmourCinemaTickets.com now. Here's a taster:
Just one month to go - David Gilmour Live at Pompeii is screened in cinemas worldwide, for one night only, on September 13th. Tickets are selling fast; get yours at www.DavidGilmourCinemaTickets.com now. Here's a taster:
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Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother filmed by French TV channel Pop Deux, at the Festival de St. Tropez, on this day in 1970. This and much more is included on The Early Years box set and individual "year" packs. 
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Atom Heart Mother filmed by French TV channel Pop Deux, at the Festival de St. Tropez, on this day in 1970. This and much more is included on The Early Years box set and individual "year" packs. http://smarturl.it/TEY
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Pink Floyd On this date in 1988, Pink Floyd played the second of a brace of shows at Wembley Stadium. The two shows at Manchester City's Maine Road football stadium, due to be held on August 1st and 2nd (as shown on this poster) were amalgamated into one show, held on August 8th.
On this date in 1988, Pink Floyd played the second of a brace of shows at Wembley Stadium. The two shows at Manchester City's Maine Road football stadium, due to be held on August 1st and 2nd (as shown on this poster) were amalgamated into one show, held on August 8th.
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Pink Floyd To coincide with tomorrow's 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd's debut album The Piper At The Gates of Dawn, music licensing organisation PPL has revealed a chart of Pink Floyd's most played tracks on UK radio and TV. The band have now generated 32 million seconds of airplay on UK radio and TV in the 21st century.
 
Nick Mason said:  “It has been an extraordinary journey and looking back fifty years on, the title of the album feels particularly appropriate now. Along with lots of other bands we were, in many ways, pipers at the beginning of a new era. I look back to the 1960s with real fondness and a time when we were all experimenting without any sense of knowing what was all to follow, indeed it was unthinkable that we would be able to make a lifetime career out of music.  We were very fortunate to start out back then and it is really pleasing to see so many different stages of our work since then represented in this most played chart from PPL.  I think I can say on behalf of the others that we can all feel proud of the music we wrote and recorded.”
 
The most played Pink Floyd songs on UK radio and TV*:
 
1.)  ‘Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)’ (1979)
2.)  ‘Money’ (1973)
3.)  ‘Wish You Were Here’ (1975)
4.)  ‘Comfortably Numb’ (1979)
5.)  ‘See Emily Play’ (1967)
6.)  ‘The Great Gig In The Sky’ (1973)
7.)  ‘Time’ (1973)
8.)  ‘Arnold Layne’ (1967)
9.)  ‘Us And Them’ (1973)
10.) ‘Shine On Your Crazy Diamond’ (1975)
11.)  ‘Learning To Fly’ (1987)
12.)  ‘Have A Cigar’ (1975)
13.)  ‘Breathe’ (1973)
14.)  ‘One Of These Days’ (1971)
15.)  ‘Speak To Me / Breathe’ (1973)
16.)  ‘On The Turning Away’ (1987)
17.)  ‘Run Like Hell’ (1979)
18.)  ‘Sheep’ (1977)
19.)  ‘Louder Than Words’ (2014)
20.)  ‘High Hopes’ (1994)
 
*Based on PPL data from 2000 to 2017
To coincide with tomorrow's 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd's debut album The Piper At The Gates of Dawn, music licensing organisation PPL has revealed a chart of Pink Floyd's most played tracks on UK radio and TV. The band have now generated 32 million seconds of airplay on UK radio and TV in the 21st century. Nick Mason said: “It has been an extraordinary journey and looking back fifty years on, the title of the album feels particularly appropriate now. Along with lots of other bands we were, in many ways, pipers at the beginning of a new era. I look back to the 1960s with real fondness and a time when we were all experimenting without any sense of knowing what was all to follow, indeed it was unthinkable that we would be able to make a lifetime career out of music. We were very fortunate to start out back then and it is really pleasing to see so many different stages of our work since then represented in this most played chart from PPL. I think I can say on behalf of the others that we can all feel proud of the music we wrote and recorded.” The most played Pink Floyd songs on UK radio and TV*: 1.) ‘Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)’ (1979) 2.) ‘Money’ (1973) 3.) ‘Wish You Were Here’ (1975) 4.) ‘Comfortably Numb’ (1979) 5.) ‘See Emily Play’ (1967) 6.) ‘The Great Gig In The Sky’ (1973) 7.) ‘Time’ (1973) 8.) ‘Arnold Layne’ (1967) 9.) ‘Us And Them’ (1973) 10.) ‘Shine On Your Crazy Diamond’ (1975) 11.) ‘Learning To Fly’ (1987) 12.) ‘Have A Cigar’ (1975) 13.) ‘Breathe’ (1973) 14.) ‘One Of These Days’ (1971) 15.) ‘Speak To Me / Breathe’ (1973) 16.) ‘On The Turning Away’ (1987) 17.) ‘Run Like Hell’ (1979) 18.) ‘Sheep’ (1977) 19.) ‘Louder Than Words’ (2014) 20.) ‘High Hopes’ (1994) *Based on PPL data from 2000 to 2017
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Pink Floyd Richard and Nick in the studio during the 1970s...
Richard and Nick in the studio during the 1970s...
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Pink Floyd For the release of PULSE, a rare foray into the world of television advertising was made, with Storm Thorgerson's team coming up with this, which was filmed by Stuart Harris.
For the release of PULSE, a rare foray into the world of television advertising was made, with Storm Thorgerson's team coming up with this, which was filmed by Stuart Harris.
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Pink Floyd The last of the three Floyd concert posters to conclude July is an unusual one from the English seaside resort of Torquay; the poster artist maybe thought the band were part of the mod scene?
The last of the three Floyd concert posters to conclude July is an unusual one from the English seaside resort of Torquay; the poster artist maybe thought the band were part of the mod scene?
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