With its spacey synths and long songs, Pink Floyd’s 1975 follow-up to the commercially colossal Dark Side of the Moon album proved to be a return to the band’s more explicitly prog-rock stylings of earlier works.
There’s little that hasn’t been said about Pink Floyd’s 1973 opus, The Dark Side of the Moon. It’s long been part of the classic rock canon, and deservedly so, especially if sales figures have anything to do with it. Not too many albums can boast an uninterrupted 15-year run on the UK Billboard charts.
This week’s Film Clip of The Week comes from a French gentleman who goes by the name of Youri Blow. His song The Corridor – which comes from the album of the same name – is a delightful little piece of intuitive and psychedelic folk wonder.
In a truly bizarre turn of events, psychedelic The Flaming Lips frontman has been caught by Google Earth’s watchful eye… and boy is it a weird sight.