Money (track) by Pink Floyd
Money appears on the following album(s) by Pink Floyd:
- The Dark Side Of The Moon (track #6) (this album) (1973)
- Delicate Sound Of Thunder (track #12) (1988)
- Pulse (track #17) (1995)
- Echoes: The Best Of Pink Floyd (track #10) (compilation) (2001)
- A Collection Of Great Dance Songs (track #2) (compilation) (1981)
- The Best Of Pink Floyd: A Foot In The Door (track #9) (compilation) (2011)
- Shine On (track #13) (compilation) (1992)
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Timeless.Still sounds cool.
1 56 min - 5 11 best instrumental in pop/rock history
Incredible, incogitable, prodigious, nirvana-inducing, soul-breathing, goosebump-inducing psychedelic-infused blues-rock-cum-progressive heaven.
And even then, I don't think words will ever summarise the way that second guitar solo makes you feel.
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The bassline is kind of neat, which is this song's greatest asset. Nothing's really bad about it except for the vocals and the guitar solo. Still, that bassline alone could never carry this song above being average.
God I love that sax. And that solo. And this song.
To be honest, the main riff can become slightly tedious after a few bars, but thankfully the witty lyrics, sax and soaring guitar solo make this a superb track.
I love 4/4 time!!!
My favourite Pink Floyd song. I really love that bassline.
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