Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon - Live At Wembley 1974 (Vinyl)

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180G Heavyweight single LP in gatefold sleeve, with two posters featuring designs by Ian Emes and Gerald Scarfe. Cover design by Aubrey Powell/Hipgnosis and Peter Curzon/Storm Studios. Featuring original 1973-line drawn cover artwork by George Hardie. Produced by Pink Floyd, mixed by Andy Jackson and Damon Iddins.



If anyone's out there with any doubts on buying a vinyl copy, rest assured, as this is definitely not one of these rush-jobs done for the now bi-annual Record Store Days. The pressing quality is 10 out of 10, with the sound mastering also an absolute delight too, as it's not set at full volume to the max leaving no ceiling head space. In fact, I found myself increasing the volume level just ever so slightly. Now, at first, I assumed this is more than likely due to the length of the recording, at 55 minutes, however, a similar playback level is also evident on the CD version, too, as it has been mastered at a playback volume level at about 85% of that of the majority of the thousands of CDs that I own. This vinyl pressing (and the CD) is warm sounding with a real analogue feel and a delight to listen to and pure dead brilliant on headphones.
Really nice sleeve design with the addition of two posters, different to but the same scale as those included back in 1973. I love the cardboard texture they've used for the sleeve as it's got that sort of "rubbery" feel to it (sorry, but the technical name for it escapes me) - and easily wipeable to clean too, by the way, as I used to use that texture a lot for all my food and beverage menu designs when I worked as a manager in 5-star hotels for 30 years.
Oh, and the actual music is very nice indeed, too.


By: AMPS9


A1 Speak To Me
A2 Breathe (In The Air)
A3 On The Run
A4 Time
A5 The Great Gig In The Sky
B1 Money
B2 Us And Them
B3 Any Colour You Like
B4 Brain Damage
B5 Eclipse



Includes two posters.
Black polylined inner bag.