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Wots.Uh The Deal - Pink Floyd - Obscured By Clouds (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Obscured by Clouds is a rock album by Pink Floyd based on their soundtrack for the French film La Vallée, by Barbet Schroeder. Some copies of the album refer to the film by its alternate English title, The Valley. The LP was released in the UK on June 3, on Harvest/EMI and then in the U.S. on June 15, on Harvest/Capitol.
  2. I get the chills. A most beautiful song by Pink Floyd. Oldpink from New Castle, In I find this song absolutely gorgeous, with Dave's gentle singing and his guitar simply crying out joyfully. Dave was smart to perform it live for his solo tours, especially considering how Floyd would not do it live. Chuck from Joppa, Md, Md Uhm. Song was.
  3. PINK FLOYD Obscured By Clouds ( UK first issue track stereo LP on the Harvest label with 'The Gramophone' perimeter text and with A1/B1 matrices, featuring music from the soundtrack to the film 'La Vallée', textured picture sleeve with rounded corners & Harvest inner.
  4. Album Details. Pink Floyd's seventh album, Obscured by Clouds, was originally recorded as the soundtrack to the French film La Vallee (the band's second Barbet Schroeder soundtrack following 's More), but was also released as a standalone album in and anchored by the single "Free Four.".
  5. Only about half of Pink Floyd's Obscured By Clouds (the soundtrack to Barbet Schroeder's incredibly ponderous film La Vallee) consists of proper songs, and the best of the lot is the lovely ballad "Wot's Uh the Deal." Like "Free Four," the rocker on the other side of the album, this song is a clear signpost on the road to Dark Side of the Moon, which was already in its early stages at the.
  6. “Wot’s Uh The Deal?” is the fifth track from Pink Floyd’s album Obscured By Clouds, which acts the soundtrack to Barbet Schroeder ’s film La Vallée. The strange title comes from a phrase by.
  7. More brilliant prog rock from the masters Pink Floyd, i haven't played it for while, but i rember that it is a classic mix of music styles, the song that sticks in my head from this album is the final track "absolutely curtains " that has a football supporters singing in the background mixed in with the classic prog music sounds, it is a quiet album in comparison to the others/5().
  8. Pink Floyd's Obscured by Clouds on Audiophile-Quality Vinyl LP: Soundtrack to La Vallee Remastered from the Original Analog Tapes by Bernie Grundman, James Guthrie, and Joel Plante. Pink Floyd's seventh album, Obscured by Clouds, was originally recorded as the soundtrack to the French film La Vallee (the band's second Barbet Schroeder soundtrack following 's More), but was also.

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