Pink Floyd ‎– Wish You Were Here

Columbia ‎– PC 33453
Vinyl, LP, Album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 1-5)
Saxophone – Dick Parry
A2 Welcome To The Machine 7:29
B1 Have A Cigar
Vocals – Roy Harper
B2 Wish You Were Here 5:45
B3 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Part 6-9)
Saxophone – Dick Parry

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℗ 1975 Pink Floyd Music Limited
© 1975 Pink Floyd Music Limited
® "Columbia" Marcas Reg. Printed in U.S.A.

Recorded at Abbey Road Studios January to July, 1975
Release includes printed inner sleeve, and Wish You Were Here postcard with scalloped edging.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side): AL 33453-1A 2A
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): BL 33453-1A 3A
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (Variant) stamped): AL 33453-3B
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side (Variant) stamped A1 scratched out, A2 etched): BL 33453-1̶A̶ 2A
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (Variant)): T o P AL 33453-4A 2A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side (Variant)): P BL 33453-3E 1T

Other Versions (5 of 434) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SHVL 814 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(LP, Album) Harvest SHVL 814 UK 1975 Sell This Version
32DP 359 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(CD, Album, RE) CBS/Sony 32DP 359 Japan 1985 Sell This Version
TC-SHVL 814 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(Cass, Album) EMI, Harvest TC-SHVL 814 UK 1975 Sell This Version
8 55 979 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(LP, Album) AMIGA 8 55 979 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1983 Sell This Version
5C 062-96918 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here(LP, Album, RE) Harvest 5C 062-96918 Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version


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May 6, 2015

I usually avoid talking about Pink Floyd in reviews, just because of my general distaste for Roger Waters, (Don't even get me started on the final cut), but in this case I thought I'd give my word on it: Absolutely breathtaking. Floyd at it's finest. Very cool having Waters sing, who I don't think is bad, but he will occasionally dominate albums such as The Wall. It's paced nicely with the instrumental sections and is not dominated by anybody or anything specific. It starts slow, gradually builds up, climaxes and then leaves you before you can even think about what just happened (just like my ex). I haven't listened to all of Pink Floyd's discography, and I don't expect to ever listen to all of the independent albums by the artists, but as of writing this review (May 6, 2015) I can safely say it is my favorite album by the group. That's all I really have to say about it. It's definitely worth getting, I got mine in decent shape for $5, but I wouldn't pay more than $25 for a good, solid copy. It doesn't have the overwhelming volume that DSOTM had and will require more patience than the aforementioned album to get used to, but it will leave an impression on you that will not go away.

If you can think of a better album by the group please contact me, I'd love to know.


January 8, 2015

Evergreen, song for all times, heard it million times and still not bored with it


August 5, 2014
Wondering what the catalog number on the spine is for this album?


May 25, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

I have two identical album' with a blue label which I see allot of and another one with a green label..? any info about that? only difference is color of label and it has a barcode on back of cover.