Pink Floyd: Time

"Time" is the fourth track from the English orderly shake band Pink Floyd's 1973 collection The Dark Side of the Moon, and the main melody on the collection cre

Pink Floyd: Time


26 February 2013 - 1:32 pm

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"Time" is the fourth track from the English orderly shake band Pink Floyd's 1973 collection The Dark Side of the Moon, and the main melody on the collection credited to every one of the four parts of the band. This tune is about how time can slip by, yet numerous individuals don't acknowledge it until it is past the point of no return. Roger Waters got the thought when he acknowledged he was no longer arranging for anything in essence, yet was right in the midst of it. He has depicted this acknowledgement happening at a really long time 28 and 29 in different interviews.It is noted for its long starting entry of timekeepers ringing and alerts ringing, recorded as a quadrophonic test by Alan Parsons, not in particular for the collection.

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