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(YouTube)   Subby is listening to this, as it is his favorite somewhat obscure record (to most who heard "Money" and "Another Brick In the Wall Part 2"). What's your favorite obscure record by a popular (set of) musician(s)?   (youtube.com ) divider line 61
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Pink Floyd Atom Heart Mother (FULL SONG)
Pure genius? "Atom Heart Mother" is a six-part suite by progressive rock band Pink Floyd, composed by all members of the band and Ron Geesin. It appeared on the Atom Heart Mother album in 1970, taking up a whole side of the record. It is Pink Floyd's longest uncut piece (the later "Shine On You Crazy Diamond", though longer, was split between two sides of Wish You Were Here.) Pink Floyd performed it live between 1970 and 1972, first touring with a brass section and choir, and later without. The song was the last Pink Floyd composition which was credited as being co-written by someone outside the band prior to 1979 (not counting Clare Torry's contribution to "The Great Gig in the Sky", for which she has been retroactively given credit due to a settlement with Pink Floyd). 1. Father's Shout (00:00 - 05:20) 2. Breast Milky (5:21 - 10:09) 3.Mother Fore (10:10 - 15:26) 4.Funky Dung (15:27 - 17:44) 5.Mind Your Throats Please (17:45 - 19:49) 6.Remergence (19:49 - 23:39)
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