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Former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters has taken to social media to rail against long-ago partner David Gilmour for considering him “irrelevant” and “banning” him from the group’s website.

The personnel of the English rock group Pink Floyd has changed several times. The group was founded in 1965 by Syd Barrett on guitar and lead vocals, Nick Mason on drums, Roger Waters on bass and vocals, and Richard Wright on keyboards and vocals. Guitarist and vocalist David Gilmour joined in December 1967; Barrett was ousted from the band in April 1968 due to deteriorating mental health. From the 1970s onwards, they were augmented by additional personnel in the studio and on stage. Following creative tensions, Wright left Pink Floyd in 1979, followed by Waters in 1985. Wright rejoined as a session musician and, later, band member. Mason is the only member to appear on all studio releases.[1]

Official members[edit]

Syd Barrett[2]
Active: 1965–1968
Instruments: lead and backing vocals, guitar
Credits: 1965: Their First Recordings, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn and A Saucerful of Secrets
  • Pink Floyd, one of the most successful and influential groups ever, formed in the 1960s when Roger Waters, Nick Mason and Richard Wright were studying at col.
  • 'Unless indicated otherwise, the music in this film is performed by Pink Floyd and is incorporated into the following extracts from the films and radio broadcasts shown below. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. Taken from KQED An Hour With Pink Floyd 1970. Taken from the soundtrack of the original promotional film.
  • Producers, arrangers, etc.
  • Pink Floyd - Breathe - Reprise (With Lyrics) See more videos on El Muro De Pink Floyd Channel on YouTube. Pink Floyd - Breathe - Reprise (With Lyrics) See more videos on El Muro De Pink Floyd Channel on YouTube. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Rock N’ Roll Mania. 1,214,117 Followers Musician/Band.
David Gilmour[3]
Active: 1967–1994, 2005 (Live 8 reunion concert), 2012–2014
Instruments: lead and backing vocals, guitar, occasional bass, keyboards, synthesizers, and drums
Credits: all releases except for 1965: Their First Recordings and The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Bob Klose[4]
Active: 1965
Instruments: guitar
Credits: 1965: Their First Recordings
Nick Mason[5]
Active: 1965–1994, 2005 (Live 8 reunion concert), 2012–2014
Instruments: drums, percussion, tape effects, occasional vocals
Credits: all Pink Floyd releases

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Roger Waters[6]
Active: 1965–1985, 2005 (Live 8 reunion concert)
Instruments: lead and backing vocals, bass, tape effects, occasional guitar, percussion, and synthesizers
Credits: all releases from 1965: Their First Recordings and The Piper at the Gates of Dawn to The Final Cut
Richard Wright[7]
Active: 1965–1979, 1990–1994, 2005 (Live 8 reunion concert), (touring/session member from 1979–1981 and 1986–1990)[8]
Instruments: backing and lead vocals, keyboards, synthesizers
Credits: all releases except for The Final Cut

Timeline[edit]

Touring and session members[edit]

Dick Parry[9]
Active: 1973–1977, 1981, 1993–1994, 2005
Instruments: saxophone
Credits: The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, A Collection of Great Dance Songs, The Division Bell, Pulse
Jon Carin[10]
Active: 1986–1994, 2005, 2007, 2013–2014
Instruments: keyboards, backing vocals
Credits: A Momentary Lapse of Reason, Delicate Sound of Thunder, The Division Bell, Pulse, The Endless River
Guy Pratt[11]
Active: 1987–1994, 2013–2014
Instruments: bass, backing vocals
Credits: Delicate Sound of Thunder, The Division Bell, Pulse, The Endless River
Clare Torry[12]
Active: 1973, 1979, 1990
Instruments: vocals
Credits: The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall
Snowy White[13]
Active: 1977, 1980
Instruments: guitar
Credits: Animals (8-track version only), Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Andy Bown[14]
Active: 1980–1982
Instruments: bass, keyboards
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81, The Final Cut
Joe Chemay[14]
Active: 1980–1981
Instruments: backing vocals
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Stan Farber[14]
Active: 1980–1981
Instruments: backing vocals
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Jim Haas[14]
Active: 1980–1981
Instruments: backing vocals
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
John Joyce[14]
Active: 1980–1981
Instruments: backing vocals
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Willie Wilson[14]
Active: 1980–1981
Instruments: drums
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Peter Wood[14]
Active: 1980–1981
Instruments: keyboards
Credits: Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Andy Roberts[14]
Active: 1981
Instruments: guitar
Credits:Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81
Durga McBroom[15]
Active: 1987–1994, 2014
Instruments: vocals
Credits: Delicate Sound of Thunder, The Division Bell, Pulse, The Endless River
Scott Page[16]
Active: 1987–1989
Instruments: saxophone, guitar
Credits: A Momentary Lapse of Reason, Delicate Sound of Thunder
Tim Renwick[10]
Active: 1982, 1987–1994, 2005
Instruments: guitar, vocals
Credits: Delicate Sound of Thunder, The Division Bell, Pulse
Gary Wallis[11]
Active: 1987–1994
Instruments: percussion, keyboards
Credits: Delicate Sound of Thunder, The Division Bell, Pulse
Sam Brown[17]
Active: 1990, 1994
Instruments: vocals
Credits: The Division Bell, Pulse
Claudia Fontaine[17]
Active: 1990, 1994
Instruments: vocals
Credits: Pulse

Members of early antecedents[edit]

In addition to the official members of Pink Floyd, there were several members of bands that preceded it. These bands performed at various times as Sigma 6, the Meggadeaths, the Abdabs (or the Screaming Abdabs), Leonard's Lodgers, the Spectrum Five, and the Tea Set.[18][19]

Mike Leonard [20]
Active: 1963
Instruments: keyboards
Credits: None
Clive Metcalfe
Active: 1963–1964
Instrument: bass
Keith Noble
Active: 1963–1964
Instrument: vocals
Sheilagh Noble
Active: 1963
Instrument: vocals
Vernon Thompson
Active: 1963
Instrument: guitar
Juliette Gale
Active: 1964
Instruments: vocals
Chris Denis
Active: 1965
Instrument: vocals

References[edit]

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  1. ^'Nick Mason Explains Why He'll Never Give Up On Pink Floyd'. Rolling Stone. 25 November 2016. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
  2. ^Povey 2007, pp. 29, 90.
  3. ^Povey 2007, p. 90.
  4. ^'Pink Floyd'. www.facebook.com.
  5. ^Povey 2007, p. 29.
  6. ^Povey 2007, pp. 29,237.
  7. ^Povey 2007, pp. 29,270.
  8. ^Povey 2007, pp. 232–236.
  9. ^Povey 2007, pp. 173, 208, 270, 287.
  10. ^ abPovey 2007, pp. 246, 270, 287.
  11. ^ abPovey 2007, pp. 246, 270.
  12. ^Povey 2007, p. 257.
  13. ^Povey 2007, p. 208.
  14. ^ abcdefghPovey 2007, p. 233.
  15. ^Povey 2007, pp. 248, 270.
  16. ^Povey 2007, p. 248.
  17. ^ abPovey 2007, p. 257, 271.
  18. ^Povey 2007, p. 13–18.
  19. ^'Before They Were Pink Floyd – A History of the Band Pre Floyd Neptune Pink Floyd'.
  20. ^'Pink Floyd: How it all began'. Evening Standard. September 10, 2012.

Sources[edit]

  • Povey, Glenn (2007). Echoes : The Complete History of Pink Floyd. 3C Publishing. ISBN978-0-9554624-1-2.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)


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Si eres fan de Pink Floyd no te puedes perder el mítico concierto de Roger Waters con 'The Wall' en Berlín tras la caída del muro, en 1990.

Aunque la obra original es de 1979 y no fue una alusión explícita al Muro de Berlín, levantado tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial y que simbolizaba la separación ideológica y física de Occidente y el eje comunista de la URSS y otras potencias como China, 'The Wall' sí representa a todos los muros que el ser humano levanta para separarse de otros. King of fighters all star apk.

Así, cuando en 1989 caía el Muro de Berlín entre las dos Alemanias, la federal y la del este, Waters fue llamado a celebrar un gran concierto en la capital germana para conmemorar la caída de dicho muro, 8 meses después. Había unos 400.000 asistentes esa noche del 21 de julio de 1990.

Ese macroconcierto público que se celebró en plena calle se puede ver en el vídeo que os ofrecemos sobre estas líneas, con una duración de 1 hora y 50 minutos, y en el que estuvieron presentes varios músicos reputados y de moda del momento.

Por ejemplo, estuvieron los miembros de entonces de los alemanes Scorpions, las poperas Cyndi Lauper y Sinéad O'Connor, los rockeros Van Morrison, Bryan Adams, Paul Carrack, Joni Mitchell.. también reputados músicos como Snowy White (Thin Lizzy), Fran Smith Jr. y Eric Bazilian (The Hooters),

El concierto se conoció como 'The Wall - Live in Berlin', y tuvo lugar entre la plaza Potsdamer y la Puerta de Brandenburgo.

- Setlist y músicos participantes en cada tema:

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1. 'In the Flesh?' by Scorpions
2. 'The Thin Ice' by Ute Lemper & Roger Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
3. 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1)' by Roger Waters; sax solo by Garth Hudson
4. 'The Happiest Days of Our Lives' by R. Waters
5. 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)' by Cyndi Lauper; guitar solos by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White, organ solo by Peter Wood, synthesizer solo by Thomas Dolby
6. 'Mother' by Sinéad O'Connor and the Band; accordion by Garth Hudson, vocals by Rick Danko and Levon Helm; acoustic instruments by the Hooters
7. 'Goodbye Blue Sky' by Joni Mitchell and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir; flute by James Galway
8. 'Empty Spaces/What Shall We Do Now?' by Bryan Adams, R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
9. 'Young Lust' by Bryan Adams, guitar solos by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White
10. 'Oh My God – What a Fabulous Room' by Jerry Hall (intro 'One of My Turns')
11. 'One of My Turns' by R. Waters
12. 'Don't Leave Me Now' by R. Waters
13. 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part 3)' by R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
14. 'The Last Few Bricks'
15. 'Goodbye Cruel World' by R. Waters
16. 'Hey You' by Paul Carrack
17. 'Is There Anybody Out There?' by the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir; classical guitars by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White
18. 'Nobody Home' by R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, guitar solo by Snowy White
19. 'Vera' by R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
20. 'Bring the Boys Back Home' by the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, Band of the Combined Soviet Forces in Germany and Red Army Chorus
21. 'Comfortably Numb' by Van Morrison, R. Waters, the Band, and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, guitar solos by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White
22. 'In the Flesh' by R. Waters, Scorpions, and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
23. 'Run Like Hell' by R. Waters and Scorpions
24. 'Waiting for the Worms' by R. Waters, Scorpions and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
25. 'Stop' by Roger Waters
26. 'The Trial' by the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, featuring:
Tim Curry as the Prosecutor
Thomas Dolby as the Schoolmaster
Ute Lemper as the Wife
Marianne Faithfull as the Mother
Albert Finney as the Judge
27. 'The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)' by the Company (lead vocals by R. Waters, Joni Mitchell, Cyndi Lauper, Bryan Adams, Van Morrison and Paul Carrack) and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir.
28. 'Outside the Wall' by R. Waters (excluded from CD and vinyl)