The Final Cut
Made in Brasilia
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David Gilmour (vocals, guitar)
Roger Waters (vocals, bass guitar)
Nick Mason (drums)
Raphael Ravenscroft (tenor saxophone)
Michael Kamen (piano)
Andy Bown (Hammond b-3 organ)
Andy Newmark (drums)
Ray Cooper (percussion)
The National Philharmonic Orchestra
Producers: Roger Waters; James Guthrie; Michael Kamen
This is not a pretty album.
Described as "a requiem for the post-war drama," it is Pink
Floyd at their
In addition to the somber lyrics and themes explored by Roger
Waters, it was recorded while the band were
so fragmented, they
had effectively broken up.
Gilmour and Waters' feud has been well documented and this could
well have been titled THE FINAL STRAW.
The only hint of lightness and humour throughout is in "Not Now
John," but only
in the shape of irony
("Can't stop lose job mind
Not an album to be played at parties or anniversaries.
1. The Post
3. One of the
4. The Hero's
5. The Gunners
7. Get Your
Filthy Hands Off My Desert
Fletcher Memorial Home
10. The Final Cut
11. Not Now John
12. Two Suns in the
!!!All Scans taken from my
own collection !!!
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