The Great Gig In The Sky (track) by Pink Floyd
The Great Gig In The Sky appears on the following album(s) by Pink Floyd:
- The Dark Side Of The Moon (track #5) (this album) (1973)
- Echoes: The Best Of Pink Floyd (track #8) (compilation) (2001)
- The Best Of Pink Floyd: A Foot In The Door (track #8) (compilation) (2011)
- Shine On (track #12) (compilation) (1992)
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One of my least favourites ever, because of the singing / wailing, which is horrendous.
Most incredible vocal performance I've ever heard. Very interesting how they told her to sing how she'd imagine what dying is like.
I always used to skip this track when I was younger, I just found it horrible, but now I think of it completely differently. There's always one particular moment in the song when the Hammond organ slams in and swirls around as Clare Torry hits a particular note, which gets me every time.
Sits on the album like an emotional breakthrough. Comes out of nowhere and hits you with its sheer power with no reservations. Beautiful, heartfelt, powerful and awe inspiring all at the same time.
Probably my favorite non-lexical vocal performance ever, such an awesome song throughout!
Oh gosh, I've heard this song before but didn't know the album, or shamefully not even the artist. Simply superb.
Best Richard Wright's song ever
Great vocal instrumental song, one of the best ever recorded
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