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Pink Floyd: The Endless River

Pink Floyd: The Endless River by Pink Floyd
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Pink Floyd

Label: Parlophone
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

Things Left Unsaid, It's What We Do, Ebb and Flow, Sum, Skins, Unsung, Anisina, The Lost Art of Conversation, On Noodle Street, Night Light, Allons-y (1), Autumn '68, Allons-y (2), Talkin' Hawkin, Calling, Eyes to Pearls, Surfacing, Louder than Words.


Personnel

Pink Floyd
band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

David Gilmour: guitars, vocals, keyboards, piano, EMS VCS 3, bass guitar (2,4,7), voice samples; Nick Mason : drums, percussions, voice samples; Richard Wright: Hammond organ, Farfisa organ, pipe organ, piano, Rhodes piano, keyboards, synthesiser, vibraphone, voice samples; Guy Pratt: bass guitar (9,14); Bob Ezrin: bass guitar (11,13,18), additional keyboards (1); Andy Jackson: bass guitar (5,16), effects (15); Jon Carin: synthesisers (9,11,13), percussion loop (11,13); Damon Iddins: additional keyboards (4,12); Anthony Moore: keyboards ("Calling"); Gilad Atzmon: tenor saxophone (7), clarinet (7); Chantal Leverton: viola (18); Victoria Lyon: violin (18); Helen Nash: cello (18); Honor Watson: violin (18); Durga McBroom: backing vocals (14,17,18); Louise Marshal: backing vocals (18); Sarah Brown: backing vocals (18); Stephen Hawking: voice sample (14).


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