Pink Floyd - The Wall - Music From The Film download mp3 album
Side A: Taken from the movie that the album The Wall was made into, yet not included on the album The Wall itself. Later included on the re-issue of The Final Cut. Side B: Different version has the one who appears on the album The Wall (1979). Cover cat 006-64875 Label cat 1A 006 64875. Has labelcode "LC 1305" on label.
The Wall is the eleventh studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd, released 30 November 1979 on Harvest and Columbia Records. A rock opera, its story explores Pink, a jaded rockstar whose eventual self-imposed isolation from society is symbolised by a wall. The record was a commercial success, charting at number one in the US for 15 weeks, and number three in the UK. In 1982, the album was adapted into a feature film of the same name, directed by Alan Parker.
Pink Floyd – The Wall is a 1982 British surrealist musical drama film directed by Alan Parker with animated segments by political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe, and is based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album of the same name.
From the Guardian archive. 15 July 1982: ‘I found the album inflated, uneven but still quite something and that’s exactly what the film is’. Derek Malcolm. Fri 15 Jul 2016 0. 0 EDT Last modified on Thu 27 Jun 2019 0. 0 EDT.
Produced by James Guthrie, Roger Waters, David Gilmour & 1 more. Disk 1. 1. In the Flesh? 2. The Thin Ice 3. Another Brick in the Wall (Part I) 4. The Happiest Days of Our Lives 5. Another Brick in the Wall (Part II) 6. Mother 7. Goodbye Blue Sky 8. Empty Spaces 9. Young Lust 10. One of My Turns 11. Don't Leave Me Now 12. Another Brick in the Wall (Part III) 13. Goodbye Cruel World.
The story revolves around the fictional Pink Floyd's isolation behind a psychological wall. The wall grows as various parts of his life spin out of control, and he grows incapable of dealing with his neuroses. The album opens by welcoming the unwitting listener to Floyd's show ("In the Flesh?"), then turns back to childhood memories of his father's death in World War II ("Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 1"), his mother's over protectiveness ("Mother"), and his fascination with and fear of sex ("Young Lust")
Pink Floyd: P. U. L. S. E. Live at Earls Court. Metallica: Amped for IMAX. Metallica: Quebec Magnetic. The final shot in the "Another Brick In The Wall, part 2" sequence, showing Young Pink and the Islington Green School class of 1951 throwing the Teacher into the bonfire, was deleted from the UK theatrical and Canadian VHS versions of the film, out of concern that actual children would try the stunt at home.
Pink Floyd – The Wall is a 1982 British film directed by Alan Parker with animated segments by political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe, and is based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album of the same name. The screenplay was written by Pink Floyd vocalist and bassist Roger Waters. The film music was produced by Waters, David Gilmour, and original album co-producer James Guthrie. Several songs were rerecorded at Pinewood Studios for the film, including Mother, Another Brick In The Wall Part 3 and.
|A||When The Tigers Broke Free|
|B||Bring The Boys Back Home|
- Illustration – Gerald Scarfe
- Producer – David Gilmour, James Guthrie, Michael Kamen, Roger Waters
NotesSide A: Taken from the movie that the album The Wall was made into, yet not included on the album The Wall itself. Later included on the re-issue of The Final Cut.
Side B: This is an exclusive version, not released on album, different from the Wall Lp .
Made in Italy by EMI Italiana S.p.A.
|HAR 5222||Pink Floyd||The Wall - Music From The Film (7", Single, 3-W)||Harvest||HAR 5222||UK||1982|
|AS 1541||Pink Floyd||When The Tigers Broke Free (12", Promo)||Columbia||AS 1541||US||1982|
|BA 222968||Pink Floyd||The Wall - Music From The Film (7", Single, Promo)||CBS||BA 222968||Australia||1982|
|18-03176||Pink Floyd||The Wall - Music From The Film (7", Single, RE)||Columbia||18-03176||US||1982|
|10C 006-064875||Pink Floyd||The Wall - Music From The Film (7", Single, Promo)||Harvest||10C 006-064875||Spain||1982|