Pink Floyd

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Pink Floyd

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(Biography) British rock group, formed in 1966: originally comprised Syd Barrett (1946–2006), Roger Waters (born 1944), Rick Wright (1945–2008), and Nick Mason (born 1945); Barrett was replaced by Dave Gilmour (born 1944) in 1968 and Waters left in 1986. Recordings include The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967), Dark Side of the Moon (1973), Wish You Were Here (1975), and The Wall (1979)
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Nick Mason claimed the record is "a tribute to Rick" (Rick Wright, the bands multi-instrumentalist who died in 2008) Nick goes on the say the album shows again "how Ricks playing was at the heart of the Pink Floyd sound.
He was a founder member of The Pink Floyd Sound in 1965, and the group's previous incarnations, such as Sigma 6.
He was a founder member of The Pink Floyd Sound in 1965 and their previous incarnations, such as Sigma 6.