We missed you so bad Rick, but you never die because you will live forever in our hearts. We can always hear your voice and always watch your perfect works. Rest In Peace Rick…
1-Rick Wright Sings Like A Dream
Pink Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright has died at age 65 of cancer. While he was overshadowed by bandmates Roger Waters, David Gilmour, and Syd Barrett, Wright made his mark on one of the biggest classic rock bands ever, penning songs like “Paintbox,” “Summer ’68” and, most memorably, “The Great Gig In The Sky” off of Dark Side Of The Moon, and singing lead on “Time” and “Astronomy Domine.”
He was forced out of the band by Waters during the making of The Wall, playing as a salaried musician during the tour in support the album, but later rejoined the Floyd when Waters departed.
2- Paintbox by Rick Wright [from Discorama, March 3, 1968]