Posts Tagged 'Pink Floyd'

CAS London & NYC present Pink Floyd “Wish You Were Here”

Get info and buy tickets to our London & NYC monthly listening session when we pull out the big guns for a holiday extravaganza: Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”.

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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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CAS Goes to Tokyo!

Nobody can get enough of this record and our Japanese friends opted for this album to be their CAS first. Tokyo, get ready to launch into sonic space to “The Great Gig in the Sky”!

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CAS Glasgow presents Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon”

DSOTM sounded so good at Edinburgh’s Fringe of the Fringe that we decided to present it again at Loud & Clear’s sister shop in Glasgow. For the many people we had to turn away at L&C Edinburgh, now is your chance!

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CAS with Loud & Clear at the National Audio Show

CAS is coming to the National Audio Show with Loud & Clear. We will presenting some stellar albums on a stellar hi-fi and will also screen “Last Shop Standing”. Tickets giveaways are coming soon!

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Classic Album Sundays at Bestival

Classic Album Sundays returns to the Cinema Room at Bestival 7, 8, 9 September with guest presenters Beardyman, Francois K and Trojan Sound System!

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CAS with Loud & Clear at The Edinburgh Fringe of the Fringe

In August, Edinburgh is nutty with the Fringe festival but the “Fringe of the Fringe” is even nuttier. Classic Album Sundays in conjunction with hi-fi shop Loud & Clear will host the perfect Fringe oasis on Sunday, 19 August when we present “The Big One”: Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”

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Beardyman’s Top Five Albums

The world’s most entertaining and innovative live looping beatbox and vocal artist sends his top five albums of all time to Classic Album Sundays…

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John Leckie’s Top Five Albums

Radiohead, The Stone Roses, Pink Floyd, Magazine…John Leckie has produced classic albums by these artists and many more. He sent his top five albums of all time to Classic Album Sundays.

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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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