On Sept. 15, 1975, Pink Floyd released its classic ninth album Wish You Were Here. The album peaked at No.1 in the U.S. and U.K., and spent a total of 84 weeks on the chart. Its title track became a staple among songs that young guitarists would learn on their acoustic instruments. Thirty years later, [...]
It had a cow’s arse on the cover and a track sampling their roadie cooking bacon, but the wild genius of Pink Floyd’s psychedelic art rock made Atom Heart Mother their first No. 1
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