Pink Floyd Endless River

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) {Japanese Edition, Standard Version}

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 301 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 127 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 215 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | Columbia Records #SICP 4444

David Gilmour sang about an endless river on "High Hopes," the last song on what appeared to be the last Pink Floyd album, 1994's Division Bell. Twenty years later, the same phrase became the title of The Endless River, an album designed as Pink Floyd's last. Assembled largely from Division Bell outtakes initially intended as an ambient project dubbed The Big Spliff, the record was sculpted into shape in 2014 by Gilmour, Youth, Andy Jackson, and Roxy Music's Phil Manzanera by adding guitar and Nick Mason's drums to original tapes that were laden with keyboards from the late Rick Wright. He's not the only missing member of Floyd, of course. Roger Waters is absent, as is the long-gone Syd Barrett…
Pink Floyd - The Endless River {Deluxe Edition} (2014) [24-bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) [Deluxe Edition]
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 65:06 minutes | 1,35 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The Endless River has as its starting point the music that came from the 1993 Division Bell sessions, when David Gilmour, Rick Wright and Nick Mason played freely together at Britannia Row and Astoria studios. This was the first time they had done so since the ‘Wish You Were Here’ sessions in the seventies. Those sessions resulted in The Division Bell, the band’s last studio album.
Pink Floyd - The Endless River (CD\DVD Deluxe Casebook Edition Set) (2014)

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (CD\DVD Deluxe Casebook Edition Set) (2014)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC | 2,40:1 | 16:9 | 720x480 | 00:52:55 | 5% Recovery | 4.1 GB
Languages Available: English Stereo PCM, Dolby Digital 5.1 AC3, DTS 5.1
Mp3 @ 320 Kbps | 275 MB + 5% recovery | 1 CD | 18 Tracks | 00:53:02
Genre: Progressive Rock, Ambient | Full scans | Label: Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd, Parlophone

The Endless River represents a return to the creative principles that informed the writing process that produced Pink Floyd classics like Echoes, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Animals. In early 1993, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright set up their equipment in their own Britannia Row Studios in Islington and created more than hundred pieces of music by jamming together, interacting with each other's performances and recording the results.

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) [Full Blu-Ray]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by HDV at Nov. 8, 2014
Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) [Full Blu-Ray]

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) [Full Blu-Ray ISO]
LPCM 2.0 & 5.1 24bit/96kHz and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 24bit/96kHz | Covers | 15,9 GB

In early 1993, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright set up their equipment in their own Britannia Row Studios in Islington and created more than hundred pieces of music by jamming together, interacting with each other's performances and recording the results. In 2014 David Gilmour and Nick Mason re-entered the studio and, starting with unreleased keyboard performances by Richard Wright, who sadly died in 2008, added further instrumentation to the tracks, as well as creating new material. The result is The Endless River, including 60% of recordings other than the 1993 sessions, but based upon them. The title is a further link, '… the endless river…' being part of the closing phrases of High Hopes, the final song of the previous Pink Floyd album. The Endless River represents a return to the creative principles that informed the writing process that produced Pink Floyd classics like Echoes, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Animals.
Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) [Blu-Ray to FLAC Stereo 24-96] RE-UP

Pink Floyd - The Endless River (2014) [BDRip]
FLAC(tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 92:14 minutes | 1,85 GB
Blu-Ray Audio Rip | Sourced Track - LPCM 2.0 Stereo | No Art

In early 1993, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright set up their equipment in their own Britannia Row Studios in Islington and created more than hundred pieces of music by jamming together, interacting with each other's performances and recording the results. In 2014 David Gilmour and Nick Mason re-entered the studio and, starting with unreleased keyboard performances by Richard Wright, who sadly died in 2008, added further instrumentation to the tracks, as well as creating new material. The result is The Endless River, including 60% of recordings other than the 1993 sessions, but based upon them. The title is a further link, '… the endless river…' being part of the closing phrases of High Hopes, the final song of the previous Pink Floyd album. The Endless River represents a return to the creative principles that informed the writing process that produced Pink Floyd classics like Echoes, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Animals.

THE ENDLESS JOURNEY: 50 Years Of Pink Floyd  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at June 8, 2017
THE ENDLESS JOURNEY: 50 Years Of Pink Floyd

THE ENDLESS JOURNEY: 50 Years Of Pink Floyd by Mick Wall
English | November 10th, 2014 | ASIN: B00PHF70OC | 76 Pages | EPUB/MOBI | 0.71 MB

Mick Wall is the UK’s best-known rock writer, author and TV and radio programme maker, and is the author of numerous critically-acclaimed books, including definitive, bestselling titles on Led Zeppelin (When Giants Walked the Earth), Metallica (Enter Night), AC/DC (Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be), Black Sabbath (Symptom of the Universe) and Lou Reed (The Life).

Pink Floyd - Keep Talking (1994) [US Promo Single]  Music

Posted by Oksana_m at Oct. 23, 2016
Pink Floyd - Keep Talking (1994) [US Promo Single]

Pink Floyd - Keep Talking (1994)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log > 85 Mb | Mp3 CBR 320Kpbs > 53 Mb
Progressive / Psychedelic Rock | TT - 06:10 | Label: Columbia | Cat. # CSK 6007 | USA
Scans (Jpg) Included | NitroFlare, FileFactory

"Keep Talking" is a song from Pink Floyd's 1994 album, The Division Bell…

V.A. - Pink Floyd: Greatest Hits Covered (2010) 2CD  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at April 9, 2015
V.A. - Pink Floyd: Greatest Hits Covered (2010) 2CD

V.A. - Pink Floyd: Greatest Hits Covered (2010) 2CD
EAC Rip | FLAC: Tracks+Cue+Log | 990 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 359 Mb | Scans | TTime: 02:30:51
Genre: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Tribute | Label: Redline/Cherry Red Records | Cat.№: REDLINE45

A 2CD set with 30 songs lasting over 2 hours of Prog and Rock’s biggest stars reconstructing Pink Floyd’s epic masterpieces. The influence of Pink Floyd upon modern rock music simply cannot be overestimated. Pink Floyd have inspired a diverse group of artists and we now bring you the best of their versions of classic Pink Floyd songs with such artists as: Adrian Belew (King Crimson), Alan White (Yes), Billy Sherwood (Yes), Keith Emerson (ELP), Vinyl Clarita, Controlled Bleeding, Alien Sex Fiend, John Wetton (Asia), Steve Lukather (Toto), Tommy Shaw (Styx), Dweezil Zappa…and many many more!
V.A. - The Everlasting Songs: An All Star Tribute To Pink Floyd (2015)

V.A. - The Everlasting Songs: An All Star Tribute To Pink Floyd (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 446 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 145 Mb | Scans | Time: 59:50
Genre: Progressive Rock, Art Rock, Tribute | Label: Collectors Dream Records | Cat.№: CDR DP0021

The Everlasting Songs: An All Star Tribute To Pink Floyd is a compilation album released in 2002. It contains members and artists from many bands including Steve Lukather, Bill Bruford, Adrian Belew, Alan White, and many others. When one takes another look at who was on this tribute album, one would have expected some form of imaginative take on these classics. Looking at the all-star lineup on the album one cannot but feel that a much better job could have been created.
Pink Floyd - Live in Saint-Tropez, Music Festival, 08.08.1970 (2006)

Pink Floyd - Live in Saint-Tropez, Music Festival, 08.08.1970 (2006)
DVD5 | Video: PAL 720x576 (4:3) | Audio: LinearPCM, 2ch | 2.7 Gb | Time: 54 mins
Genre: Psychedelic Rock | Label: Cochon Production

Pink Floyd were filmed in concert a number of times in the early 1970s, and as such footage goes, this was not the best performance nor the most dramatically shot. The show filmed at and broadcast by KQED public television in San Francisco in April 1970, for instance, had more compelling performances, and the more familiar scenes shot for the Live at Pompeii movie were certainly filmed with more cinematic flair. But if you're a serious Pink Floyd fan and want even more, this is certainly a satisfactory, professionally made, five-song, 50-minute concert film of an August 8, 1970 performance at the Saint Tropez Music Festival, originally done for broadcast on the French TV program Pop 2.