Posts Tagged 'Dark Side of the Moon'

CAS Cambridge presents Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’

After an unmatched 741 weeks in the album chart Dark Side of The Moon has reached iconic status for it’s music and Storm Thorgerson artwork.

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Rocky Mountain Audio Fest Album Blogs: Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’

Not many albums transcend, but with it’s legendary artwork and it’s 741 weeks in the album chart Dark Side of The Moon has reached iconic status.

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CAS Oslo with François Kevorkian presents Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ (in 4.1 Surround!)

We continue our series of surround sound listening sessions in Oslo with one of the most iconic albums of all time.

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‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Recording Console Sells for $1.8M

The mixing console used to record the classic album has been sold at auction.

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Pink Floyd ‘Animals’: The Story 40 Years Later

As Pink Floyd’s ‘Animals’ turns forty Colleen takes a look back at this often overlooked classic.

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CAS Kansas City presents Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’

Classic Album Sundays launches in the Midwest with one of the best-sounding and biggest-selling albums of all time!

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Classic Album Sundays presented by Jägermeister at Sonisphere Highlights Part Two

Check out our slick and quick video of the weekend’s sessions along with Kieran’s blog of our Sunday smörgåsbord of sessions.

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CAS Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” at The Old Vinyl Factory

Hear the album where the vinyl was pressed! Special guests and an EMI Archives exhibition and proceeds go the charity War Child.

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Classic Album Sundays in Tokyo Gallery

We had a great time at our CAS session in Tokyo. Tanoshikatta desu!

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Album of the Month: Pink Floyd “The Dark Side of the Moon”

How did an album about mental illness, mortality and the need for human empathy become one of the most classic, iconic albums of all time staying on the US Billboard Charts for 741 weeks (14 years)?

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