I came upon a near mint copy of Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon. I discovered with some research that this is one of the most collectible vinyl records of all time.
As the owner of a record shop in Shenandoah Iowa. This record is a great addition to your vinyl collection.
The four members of Pink Floyd, Nick Mason, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, and Richard Wright. They all participated in the writing and production of the record album. This is the first of five back-to-back Pink Floyd albums with lyrics completely credited to Roger Waters. He worked in a small garden shed-turned-recording studio at his house. It was at that place he also made the intro to Money by experimenting with dropping a range of monetary objects. Dark Side of the Moon has spent 959 weeks on Billboard’s top 200 chart, the longest run in history. It’s also the fifth highest selling album globally of all time, with sales of more than forty five million units.
The Making of The Dark Side of the Moon
As finding this album wasn’t enough, I found that there is an original posters inside of the sleeve. I carefully pulled the posters out inspection. These posters were bright and looked like they have never seen daylight. The album shows slight signs of wear but still plays fine.
Now lets you and I discuss this record. Dark Side of the Moon was Released on March 1st 1973 by the British rock bank Pink Floyd. The album was regarded a turning point in rock music, as it featured a lot of radio friendly songs such as Money, Time, Us and Them, and Brain Damage / Eclipse. These songs incorporate new solid sound methods. The change caused some critics to use the album as a reference point in determining between Classic blues rock and then-new genre of electronic music. However, the works lighter touches of lyrical and musical nuance make Dark Side of the Moon stand apart from all the rest. For more information on the album Click Here.
Dark Side of the Moon explores the nature of human life with themes such as birth, time , greed, conflict, travel, mental illness, and death. The album is believed to be by many fans and critics their magnum opus and is generally hailed as the record that defined the sound of Pink Floyd.
Stop into southwest Iowa’s only record shop or order your copy online today.
ML Lamp is the owner of Kilroy Was Here. After his 20 years of working in Las Vegas in the entertainment promotions field, Mr. Lamp retired in 2002 from his job to pursue his passion for collectibles. Now as a guest speaker and author he’s living the dream, and sharing his warmth with You.