Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother - 1970 Psych Rock - Analog Mastered - Sealed 180 Grm LP
Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother
Pink Floyd Records – PFRLP5
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180 Gram. Gatefold
Record is NEW SEALED
Original UK release date: October 1970
℗ 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
Made in the U.S
Remastered from the original analoque tapes by JAMES GUTHRIE, JOEL PLANTE and BERNIE GRUNDMAN
Pressed By information is not listed. Information is derived from runouts.
Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
Atom Heart Mother
A.a Father's Shout
A.b Breast Milky
A.c Mother Fore
A.d Funky Dung
A.e Mind Your Throats Please
B2 Summer '68
B3 Fat Old Sun
Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast
B4.a Rise And Shine
B4.b Sunny Side Up
B4.c Morning Glory
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
Marketed By – Sony Music Entertainment
Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment
Published By – Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd.
Published By – Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd.
Published By – TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp.
Published By – Lupus Music Co. Ltd.
Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
Pressed By – Record Industry – 16908
Design [Cover], Photography By – Hipgnosis (2)
Engineer – Alan Parsons, Peter Bown
Executive-Producer – Norman Smith
Lacquer Cut By – BG*
Producer – Pink Floyd
Remastered By – Bernie Grundman, James Guthrie, Joel Plante
"Revisiting the album now is like entering a parallel universe inhabited by epic orchestral suites and songs created from the sounds of boiling kettles and frying bacon.
Pink Floyd would make better albums, but Atom Heart Mother remains the apotheosis of their experimental era – or as guitarist David Gilmour later described it, “our weird shit”.
An album that ended with a cow in a field in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire began more than a year before in Rome. Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni had commissioned Pink Floyd to score his next film, Zabriskie Point. They arrived in Rome to start recording in November ’69.
Antonioni’s 1966 movie Blow-Up had been a clumsy portrayal of Swinging London, and Zabriskie Point was a drama about US student radicals fighting ‘the man’, blowing stuff up and having lots of sex.
The early Pink Floyd embraced the unexpected and the concept of being, as drummer Nick Mason put it, “more than just a pop group”. They’d stopped releasing singles after December 1968 and had followed their second album, that year’s A Saucerful Of Secrets, with a soundtrack for the art house movie More. "
|Format||LP, 180 Gram|