Posts Tagged 'Pink Floyd'

John Peel Archive & Classic Album Sundays: Nick Mason on ‘A Saucerful of Secrets’

Pink Floyd founding member Nick Mason joins us for a special event at The John Peel Centre For Creative Arts to discuss his favourite Floyd album.

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Nick Mason’s Top 5 Albums Of All Time

Pink Floyd founding member Nick Mason lifts the lid on his favourite albums of all time.

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Classic Album Sundays & The V&A presents Pink Floyd in 5.1

We were honoured to be asked to host sessions as part of The V&A’s Pink Floyd ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition.

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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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Classic Album Sundays presents Pink Floyd in 5.1 at The V&A Museum

As part of the ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition we’ll be hosting three album listening sessions with Anathema, The Orb and none other than Nick Mason himself!!

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The Orb’s Youth Top 5 Psychedelic Albums Of All Time

Following his appearance with us at The V&A for Pink Floyd’s ‘Their Mortal Remains’ Exhibition we caught up with Youth for his favourite psychedelic albums ever!

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Classic Album Sundays & The V&A presents Nick Mason on Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’

Nick Mason joined us to give his memories on ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ and it’s legacy.

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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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The Art of the Album Part Three

The Seventies: Pink Floyd become the Kings of the Concept Album and our beloved format catapults the music business ahead of the film industry.

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