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Meddle is a classic Pink Floyd album recorded and released in 1971, which contains Echoes, one of their longest compositions. A few tibits of information about this album: The song "Echoes" was the entire side B of Meddle. "Echoes" was also featured on the Pink Floyd feature length, crowd-less show video, titled "Live at Pompeii"

The lyrics of the song "One Of These Days" has only one sentence and it was spoken as opposed to being sung. That Line was… read more



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  • Avatar for Pho3nix-
  • Avatar for Rylox
    Isn't it the loch ness monster?
  • Avatar for reckoner07
    I always thought it was a nose.
  • Avatar for Walwynwalwyn
    I was 15 when this first came out and I played it continuously. Dark Side, Wish You were Here, and the Wall are usually quoted as the best Floyd but this one is right up there too, as is to my mind the often overlooked Obscured by Clouds, but then I loved that film.
  • Avatar for SchWarG
    Haha, damn I always thought it was some sort of embryo.
  • Avatar for ValasVixson
    Im sure someone else has said this but did you know the cover is of an ear made to look underwater? Freakin crazy I never noticed that before! Thanks wikipedia, for once.
  • Avatar for SevToDeath
    J'ai la Version de 1994 ^_^
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    @moucon Great post. I think you make some valid points.
  • Avatar for moucon
    Dear classic rock/die-hard Floyd fans...I wanted to comment on why Meddle has never had the same regard as Dark/Wish/Wall. It's the same reason Revolver is not Sgt. Pepper... Song for America is not Leftoverture...etc. Very often fans become fans upon release of a band's Magnum Opus, thus the band starts (for that fan) at that point in time. Rapidly evolving bands had to evolve from something - and that something is more often than not the one or two LPs that preceded the big blow-out public breakthrough. There are bits and pieces of Dark/Wish/Wall throughout Meddle. Hindsight is always 20-20 so it's very easy to see that now. In 1971, we all had no idea what was to come. Hardcore Floyd fans probably saw Meddle as a quantum leap forward - but I did not discover it until after Dark Side of the Moon - so my take on it is much different. My take is OH... THAT's where the Gilmour/Wright harmonies were developed... I'm out of characters, I hope this makes sense
  • Avatar for samiskywalker
    Simply amazing, so underrated - incredibly calming and simple, yet very complex. [4]

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