Pink Floyd's More movie soundtrack is a classic album that remains highly influential to this day. The album's unique blend of progressive rock, psychedelic, and experimental elements helped to establish Pink Floyd as one of the most important bands of the 20th century. The album is a must-have for any serious Pink Floyd fan, and its 12" vinyl LP release in Great Britain is a prized possession for collectors. Overall, More is a masterpiece of sound and a testament to Pink Floyd's enduring legacy. In this web-page of the "Pink Floyd complete vinyl records discography" you will find detailed description and collector's information on PINK FLOYD's vinyl recordings.
The soundtrack was composed by Pink Floyd. The band was given £600 and complete ownership to all of the material for their work, and some of the songs on the album were still in their live set list by 1971.
Pink Floyd's More movie soundtrack is a highly sought-after 12" vinyl LP album released in Great Britain. The album is a significant milestone in the band's history, as it was the first album to feature David Gilmour as a full-time member, following the departure of Syd Barrett. The album's unique sound, combining progressive rock, psychedelic and experimental elements, remains highly influential to this day.
Pink Floyd's More movie soundtrack was released in the UK in June 1969, as a follow-up to the band's 1968 album, "A Saucerful of Secrets"". The album features music recorded for the French film "More", directed by Barbet Schroeder. The movie is a love story set in Ibiza, and Pink Floyd's music provides a perfect complement to the film's dreamy, otherworldly atmosphere.
The album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, and it was produced by Pink Floyd with Norman Smith, who had produced the band's first two albums.
Pink Floyd's More album marked a significant change in the band's sound, as it introduced a heavier, more experimental approach. The album's opening track, "Cirrus Minor," features lush orchestration and ethereal vocals, setting the stage for the album's dreamy, atmospheric sound. "The Nile Song" is one of the album's heaviest tracks, featuring aggressive guitar riffs and pounding drums. "Green Is the Colour" and "Cymbaline" are slower, more contemplative tracks that showcase Pink Floyd's ability to create haunting, beautiful melodies.
David Gilmour's two instrumental tracks, "Up the Khyber" and "More Blues," are also notable, as they demonstrate his guitar virtuosity and experimental approach to sound. The album's closing track, "Dramatic Theme," is a haunting instrumental that perfectly captures the film's melancholic tone.
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Columbia 2C 066-04 096
This French release of Pink Floyd's 1969 MORE release has a light blue record label, with the Columbia logo in the upper half and the EMI logo on the bottom half of the record label.
Columbia 2C 066-04.096
This French release of Pink Floyd's MORE release has a gradient blue record label, with the Columbia ln the middle of the record label
Columbia 1C 072-04 096
This is the 1969 German release of Pink Floyd's "More" OST album
EMI Columbia SCX 6346
This British release of Pink Floyd's MORE release has a black record label, with the EMI logo twice and a Columbia logo on the record label . It is the first GB pressing with Greenish back cover, Flipback cover and Matrix/Stampers YAX 3868-1G G1 / YAX 3869 1G-G1
This British release of Pink Floyd's MORE release has a black record label, with the EMI logo twice and a Columbia logo on the record label
Columbia 3C 064-04096
||PINK FLOYD - Soundtrack of the Movie More (1969, Italy)|
Pink Floyd's 1969 "More" soundtrack, a 12" VINYL LP in the USA, marked a pivotal moment in the band's evolution. Crafted during Syd Barrett's departure and David Gilmour's arrival, the album reflected a shift in musical style. Composed for the film "More," the soundtrack showcased Pink Floyd's experimentation with acoustic and electric elements, setting the stage for their progressive future.
Below is an Index of albums released by the British Acid/Psych band Pink Floyd. As we have a large collection of Pink Floyd albums this index will have entries pointing for each album to the detailed listings. For example: "Animals" clicking the "Show Index" button will bring up listing of this album with information on the various countries it was released and collector's information on how to identify a particular release.
"Animals" is the tenth studio album by Pink Floyd, and was released in January 1977. A concept album, it provides a scathing critique of the social-political conditions of 1970s Britain, and presents a marked change in musical style from their earlier work.Show Index Page
"Atom Heart Mother" is the fifth studio album by Pink Floyd, released in 1970 by Harvest and EMI Records in the United Kingdom and Harvest and Capitol in the United States. It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, and reached number one in the United Kingdom, and number 55] in the United States charts, and went gold in the U.S. in March 1994.Show Index Page
"A Collection of Great Dance Songs" is a compilation album by Pink Floyd released on 23 November 1981 on Harvest/EMI in the UK and Columbia Records in the United States.Show Index Page
"The Dark Side of the Moon" is the eighth studio album by Pink Floyd, released in March 1973. The concept album built on ideas explored by the band in their live shows and earlier recordings, but it lacks the extended instrumental excursions that characterised their work following the departure in 1968 of founding member, principal composer and lyricist Syd Barrett.Show Index Page
"Delicate Sound of Thunder" is a Pink Floyd live double album from the David Gilmour-led era of the band which was recorded over five nights at the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, New York in August 1988 and mixed at Abbey Road Studios in September 1988.Show Index Page
"Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd" is a compilation album by Pink Floyd. It was released by EMI Records on 5 November 2001, in the United Kingdom and the following day in the United States through Capitol Records.Show Index Page
"The Final Cut" is the twelfth studio album by Pink Floyd. A concept album, The Final Cut is the last of the band's releases to include founding member and longtime lyricist Roger Waters.Show Index Page
This compilation album of Pink Floyd contains the hard to find tracksShow Index Page
Meddle is the sixth studio album by Pink Floyd. It was released in October 1971. This album was recorded at Morgan Sound Stusdios, LondonShow Index Page
"A Momentary Lapse of Reason" is the thirteenth studio album by Pink Floyd. It was released in the UK and US in September 1987. In 1985 guitarist David Gilmour began to assemble a group of musicians to work on his third solo album.Show Index Page
The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog.Show Index Page
The "Nice Pair" was released in December 1973 by Harvest and Capitol in the United States and the following month in the United Kingdom by Harvest and EMI.Show Index Page
"Obscured by Clouds" is the seventh studio album by Pink Floyd, based on their soundtrack for the French film "La Vallée", by Barbet Schroeder.Show Index Page
"The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" is the firs album by the Pink Floyd, and the only one made under founding member Syd Barrett's leadership. The album contains whimsical lyrics about space, scarecrows, gnomes, bicycles and fairy tales, along with psychedelic instrumental songs.Show Index Page
Relics is a compilation album by Pink Floyd released in 1971. The album was released on 14 May in the UK and 15 July in the United States.Show Index Page
"A Saucerful of Secrets" is the second studio album by Pink Floyd. It was recorded at EMI's Abbey Road Studios on various dates from August 1967 to April 1968. It is both the last Pink Floyd album on which Syd Barrett would appear and the only studio album in which all 5 band members contributed.Show Index Page
Early Live recordings, complemented with interviewsShow Index Page
Ummagumma is a double album by Pink Floyd, released in 1969 by Harvest and EMI in the United Kingdom and Harvest and Capitol in the United States. Disc A is a live album of their normal set list of the time, while disc B contains compositions by each member of the band recorded as a studio album.Show Index Page
The Wall is the eleventh studio album by Pink Floyd. Released as a double album on 30 November 1979, it was subsequently performed live with elaborate theatrical effects, and adapted into a feature film, Pink Floyd The Wall.Show Index Page
"Wish You Were Here" is the ninth studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd, released in September 1975. Inspired by material they composed while performing across Europe, it was recorded over numerous sessions at London's Abbey Road Studios.Show Index Page
EMI , 1997 , United Kingdom
This is a box-set of 7 albums with in total 8LP. Each album is issued in a ( FOC ) Fold Open Coveraka Gatefold cover.Show Index Page
This Pink Floyd box-set includes 10 Pink Floyd albums with in total 13LP's as well as a large poster.Show Index Page
A Selection of 7" Records by Pink FloydShow Index Oage
Here you will find several European releases of David Gilmour's debut solo album.Show Index Page
Here you will find several European releases of Roger Waters solo albums.Show Index Page