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Pink FloydThe Endless River

Label:Parlophone – 825646215478
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, 180 gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Prog Rock, Ambient, Art Rock, Instrumental

Tracklist

A1Things Left Unsaid
GuitarDavid Gilmour
KeyboardsBob Ezrin
Organ, Keyboards, SynthesizerRichard Wright
4:23
A2It's What We Do
Bass Guitar, GuitarDavid Gilmour
DrumsNick Mason
Keyboards, Synthesizer, StringsRichard Wright
6:18
A3Ebb And Flow
Electric PianoRichard Wright
GuitarDavid Gilmour
1:45
B1Sum
DrumsNick Mason
Guitar, Bass Guitar, SynthesizerDavid Gilmour
KeyboardsDamon Iddins
Organ, PianoRichard Wright
4:48
B2Skins
Bass GuitarAndy Jackson
EffectsYouth
GuitarDavid Gilmour
KeyboardsRichard Wright
Rototoms, Drums, GongNick Mason
2:37
B3Unsung
Guitar, Piano, SynthesizerDavid Gilmour
Organ, PianoRichard Wright
Written-ByRichard Wright
1:06
B4Anisina
Clarinet, Tenor SaxophoneGilad Atzmon
DrumsNick Mason
Piano, Keyboards, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Backing VocalsDavid Gilmour
Written-ByDavid Gilmour
3:05
C1 The Lost Art Of Conversation
Percussion, GuitarDavid Gilmour
Piano, SynthesizerRichard Wright
Written-ByRichard Wright
1:45
C2On Noodle Street
Bass GuitarGuy Pratt
DrumsNick Mason
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]Richard Wright
GuitarDavid Gilmour
SynthesizerJon Carin
1:40
C3Night Light
GuitarDavid Gilmour
SynthesizerRichard Wright
1:42
C4 Allons-y (1)
Bass GuitarBob Ezrin
DrumsNick Mason
GuitarDavid Gilmour
OrganRichard Wright
Percussion, SynthesizerJon Carin
Written-ByDavid Gilmour
1:56
C5Autumn '68
GongNick Mason
GuitarDavid Gilmour
KeyboardsDamon Iddins
Pipe, OrganRichard Wright
Written-ByRichard Wright
1:32
C6Allons-y (2)
Bass GuitarBob Ezrin
DrumsNick Mason
GuitarDavid Gilmour
OrganRichard Wright
Percussion, SynthesizerJon Carin
Written-ByDavid Gilmour
1:30
C7Talkin' Hawkin'
Backing VocalsDurga McBroom
Bass GuitarGuy Pratt
DrumsNick Mason
Guitar, Backing VocalsDavid Gilmour
Piano, Organ, SynthesizerRichard Wright
VoiceStephen Hawking
3:24
D1Calling
EffectsAndy Jackson
KeyboardsAnthony Moore
Keyboards, GuitarDavid Gilmour
PercussionNick Mason
3:38
D2Eyes To Pearls
Bass GuitarAndy Jackson
Drums, GongNick Mason
Guitar, Effects, KeyboardsDavid Gilmour
Organ, KeyboardsRichard Wright
Written-ByDavid Gilmour
1:51
D3Surfacing
Backing VocalsDurga McBroom
DrumsNick Mason
Guitar, Bass Guitar, Backing VocalsDavid Gilmour
Synthesizer, KeyboardsRichard Wright
Written-ByDavid Gilmour
2:46
D4Louder Than Words
Bass GuitarBob Ezrin
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano, SynthesizerRichard Wright
Percussion, DrumsNick Mason
Vocals, Guitar, Organ, EffectsDavid Gilmour
Written-ByDavid Gilmour
Written-By, Lyrics ByPolly Samson
6:20
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Issued in a gatefold sleeve.

Matrix cat# is etched, except part beginning with TML which is stamped

Made in the EU

Pressing plant uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.

Printed on front cover sticker:
"PINK FLOYD
ENDLESS RIVER
2-LP SET includes
• Heavyweight 180 gram vinyl
• Gatefold sleeve, full colour inner bags
• 16-page 275mm x 275mm booklet with
unseen photographs from 1993 sessions
• Download card
825646215478"

℗ 2014 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd.
© 2014 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd.
© 2014 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group company.

Track durations are not printed on the release

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 8 25646 21547 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 825646215478
  • Label Code: LC 30419
  • Rights Society: GEMA-MCPS
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Other Versions (5 of 47)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Endless River (CD, Album, DVD, DVD-Video, Multichannel, Box Set, Deluxe Edition)Parlophone, Warner Bros. Records825646213344Europe2014
The Endless River (CD, Album, Stereo, Blu-ray, Album, Stereo, Multichannel, Box Set, Deluxe Edition)Parlophone825646213337Europe2014
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The Endless River (CD, Album, Digibook)Parlophone825646215423Europe2014
The Endless River (CD, Album, Digibook)Columbia88875007882US2014
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The Endless River (2×LP, Album, Stereo, 200g)Columbia88875007881US2014

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Reviews

  • holger.adomat's avatar
    holger.adomat
    The album is stated as an "instrumental" - but it is NOT. Last tack is clearly a song!
    • tinyelvis1's avatar
      tinyelvis1
      Edited one year ago
      David Gilmour and Richard Wright had a once-in-a-millennium musical connection. They could express pure emotion through their playing and had an otherworldy sense of each other. This album is a tribute to Richard after his passing, but really it's a tribute to that connection between the keyboardist and guitarist. They got together in the studio, including Gilmour's houseboat studio, and improvised together for a long stretch to craft material for the Division Bell, but there were a lot more amazing recordings from those sessions than what were developed for The Division Bell. This album starts with those recordings and captures the purity of the ethereal connection between the two musicians. It's an instrumental album except for one track, and so many fans refer to it as Pink Floyd's ambient album, suitable only for background music, but make no mistake, this is the purest form of Pink Floyd jamming to ever be released. While I would agree that Roger Waters' ability to conceptualize and build big, timeless, artistic statements was critical to the most legendary stretch of recorded rock albums in history, the other half of the story was the feeling brought to the music by David and Richard. This album lets this important part of what made Pink Floyd great, shine. And shine it does. You only need to sit down, open your ears, and give it the attention it deserves.
      • otnemeM's avatar
        otnemeM
        Good pressing with nary a pop or crack, good sound quality. Not great or perfect due to an obvious wave on LP #1. Beautiful and high quality artwork, booklet.
        • REENO's avatar
          REENO
          Wow...so many dismissals of this album? Sounds like Pink Floyd to me, minus the vocals. I know a lot of folks always want vocals and lyrics, but I am not one of them, hence this album is a very pleasant listen for me.
          • alohahawaiikiki's avatar
            The side C sounds uncentered. Especially closer to the center of the record. I can hear like the long notes pitch flutters, and also see how the cartridge is moving left and right. Very weird, as I don’t hear/see the same effect on the side D - the other side of the record.
            Music-wise: one of my favorite their albums, the music is very enjoyable, and I bought this album intentionally for its music.
            • Nutti's avatar
              Nutti
              The album sounds like "four millionaires gathered on a million dollar studio" and made the "most safe and boring record". They just couldn't take any chances and risk their fame? They are thinking more about achieving the perfect sounds than any composition. The sound is nice on this album - yes - but the essence is just boring. I have no need or want to listen to it more than once. It was so safe. It's basically one composition with endless variation. But if you like this type of background / film soundtrack music then it might be great for you. I almost fell asleep. 3/5
              • Dirtystylus's avatar
                Dirtystylus
                The quality of the pressing leaves much to be desired but the album is masterpiece in my opinion.
                • Paraguay's avatar
                  Paraguay
                  pressing 9,9/10, music 0,1/10 all in all this is just average :-)
                  • Huub123's avatar
                    Huub123
                    Edited 3 years ago
                    Don’t see it as a full-blown Pink Floyd album, but see it as the outro of Pink Floyd, and a tribute to Richard Wright. Then it makes sense, provokes nostalgia with the plethora of musical references, and actually has its place.
                    • 42dc's avatar
                      42dc
                      This album contains really precious tracks, it’s neither a rip-off nor needless. But … the vinyl pressing is one of the worst things I ever saw. I bought that once, exchanged it, later exchanged the exchanged – futile; I’ll have to stick with these warped platters. The needle makes it, but that shurely was not the point. It’s embarrassing that these vinyls are not exchanged officially.

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