Category Archives: David Gilmour

David Gilmour’s Best Songs

As the primary architect of Pink Floyd’s sweeping signature sound, Dave Gilmour’s ever-distinctive vocal and guitar style is often mesmeric. The Press compiles 13 of his finest moments. We all know the story: When most bands would call it a … Continue reading

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Didn’t Know It Was A Cover | David Gilmour’s There’s No Way Out Of Here

While enjoying some much-needed respite from the claustrophobic Pink Floyd machine, David Gilmour summed up his fraught situation with one of his best solo efforts and the great ‘missing’ Floyd song: ‘There’s No Way Out of Here’ – but it … Continue reading

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More Album Cover Outtakes

Roxy Music – Siren (1975) South Stack, Anglesey, Wales. Supermodel Jerry Hall poses as a mermaid for the cover of their fifth studio album. Led Zeppelin – II (1969) The design was based on a photograph of a Division of … Continue reading

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Pink Floyd – A Momentary Lapse of Reason

It was 32 years ago to the day that Pink Floyd released their thirteenth album A Momentary Lapse of Reason (1987). It followed guitarist David Gilmour’s decision to include material recorded for his third solo album on a new Pink … Continue reading

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