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Part I (Wright, Waters, Gilmour) begins with the fade-in of a dense G-minor synthesizer pad created with an EMS VCS 3, ARP Solina, a Hammond organ and the sounds of a wine glass harmonica (recycled from an earlier project known as "Household Objects"). This is followed by Minimoog passages followed by a lengthy, bluesy guitar solo played by Gilmour on a Fender Stratocaster (neck pickup) using a heavily compressed sound and reverb. The harmony changes from G minor to D… read more


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  • Avatar for Yooci19
    This is why i like Pink Floyd. Every note is so full of emotion and carefully written at the same time..
  • Avatar for Gentuchan
    <3 This is beatiful
  • Avatar for LamarMatic
    I can't describe the emotions I get from that saxophone solo at the end.
  • Avatar for Asanity
    waves of serenity
  • Avatar for masodikgalamb
    Fucking guitarwork, crazier than on Dogs even
  • Avatar for masodikgalamb
    This just never gets old
  • Avatar for sco703
    I don't know if a more emotional piece of music has ever been written. Absolutely mesmerizing. This song transcends the human condition and unites everything together. A true masterpiece of creation.
  • Avatar for lostinthedisco
    Shine on You Crazy Diamond and 4 more great songs with legendary sax right here:
  • Avatar for Josene
    Once in a while you find a piece of absolute wonderment; that strikes at your soul, and never misses a clash. Every new listen is novel, and the appreciation never ceases. This is one of those pieces.
  • Avatar for jpeiper
    Inconceivable that music this good will be made again.

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