The Endless River (CD/DVD Casebook Edition)

Blowout price on this deluxe "casebook edition" of the final Pink Floyd album.  

Essentially the material was culled from The Division Bell jam sessions.  Its almost all instrumental and has a very ambient nature although its clearly Pink Floyd.  Richard Wright's distinctive organ sound is here and you can't miss David Gilmour's Stratocaster.  Sonically it is a real work out for your sound system - particularly if you play the hi-res 24 bit DVD version.

1. Things Left Unsaid

2. It's What We Do

3. Ebb And Flow

4. Sum

5. Skins

6. Unsung

7. Anisina

8. The Lost Art of Conversation

9. On Noodle Street

10. Night Light

11. Allons-y (1)

12. Autumn'68

13. Allons-y (2)

14. Talkin' Hawkin'

15. Calling

16. Eyes To Pearls

17. Surfacing

18. Louder Than Words

 

Deluxe 2-Disc Set

CD + DVD includes:

- Album 5.1 mix and Stereo

- Plus non-album material (39 min approx): 6 videos + 3 audio tracks

- 24-page deluxe hardback booklet

- 3 collectors postcards

- Stereo PCM, 5.1 Dolby Digital and 5.1 DTS

- All audio in 48kHz/24bit

 
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