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    Pink Floyd Biography

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    Richard Wright. Born on July twenty-eighth, nineteen forty-five, and has three kids: Gala, Jamie, and Benjamin. Met Nick and Roger at he Regent Street Poly. He enjoys taking his sixty-five foot yacht out when he is presented the opportunity. The second most important person in the band was George Waters or Roger As he preferred. Born on September sixth, nineteen forty-three. Roger has two kids and has recently divorced for the third time. Roger's farther was killed in the war and he never had a chance

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    Fishing on Eagle Lake

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    The mid May morning that Blaine, Roger and I set out on our annual fishing trip to Eagle Lake in the Allagash Waterway was bright and clear. The Ice on the lake had just gone out and it brought the promise of early season Brook Trout fishing. Eagle Lake, remote and unspoiled, is reached only by boat via the portage station at Indian Stream, and the lone building on the shores of the lake is the Ranger’s cabin. When we drove into the parking lot at the portage station, I noticed the game warden examining

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    animal metaphor that serves to cast a dark light on human social interactions and stratification functions. Conversely, the artworks individually attack the diametrically opposed, socio-economic systems of communism (by Orwell) and capitalism (by Roger Waters). The artworks are individually astounding, but when viewed in tandem, alludes to the idea that socio-economic systems are still evolving and in time the terms capitalism and communism will be thought as ineffective as feudalism. The shared characteristics

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    Pink Floyd

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    Soon after they first began playing together in the mid-'60s, they fell firmly under the leadership of lead guitarist Syd Barrett, the gifted genius who would write and sing most of their early material. The Cambridge native shared the stage with Roger Waters (bass), Rick Wright (keyboards), and Nick Mason (drums). The name Pink Floyd, seemingly so far-out, was actually derived from the first names of two ancient bluesmen (Pink Anderson and Floyd Council). And at first, Pink Floyd were a much more conventional

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    often credited. Both bands members were raised in the United Kingdom. The original framework for “The Beatles” was conspired by the best friends, John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Likewise, “Pink Floyd” was created by best friends Nick Mason and Roger Waters. By the same token, both bands were founded while the members received their education. World War II was a pin point in each of the band members lives, if not directly affecting them, then they were affected through their parents. Ironically, the

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    The Original Pink Floyd

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    singer was so far superior to Gilmour’s work, that whatever problems the band had with Barrett as the front man paled in comparison to the sound that they made. Each of these guys played with the band that featured Nick Mason on drums, Bass player Roger Waters, and pianist/keyboardist and occasional singer Richard Wright, but Barrett and Gilmour themselves were anything but similar. The major differences between the two musicians are their musical influences, their guitar and lyrical style, and their

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    Postmodernism in Pink Floyd The Wall

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    its faithful audience. The animated film Pink Floyd The Wall was directed by Alan Parker in 1982 and written by the lead singer of the Pink Floyd band, Roger Waters. The film follows Pink into a life changing journey in which ironically, the view of an outside world reflects different shades of a very persistent, internal turmoil. Inspired by Waters’ troubled past and his own involvement with the music industry, Pink’s character is a result of a flamboyant persona which is often reflected not only

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    really taken place, though not fully in the same context. Roger Waters once stated that he made this phone call while on stage, I believe, during a concert. Although the person on the other end of the line was in on the gag, the unsuspecting operator simply thought that this was a real call and so tried her best to patch Waters through to his "wife" only to have another man answer. It's hard to say if this is a true story, though, because Waters semi-refutes it on the DVD commentary, saying that it is

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    Ephesians 5:8-16

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    Ephesians 5:8-16 Ephesians 5: 8-16 is about how we are the light and the hope of the world. This passage tells of how we need to live with righteousness and truth. It explains of how we must not have anything to do with fruitless deeds, but instead we should expose them to the light. For this, in turn, will make the darkness visible and the light will wake up the disobedient. It also instructs us to live a wise life and to make the most out of every opportunity we have. This passage has great

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    Drugs and Friendships in Songs

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    For as long as humanity has existed, the bonds of friendship have been well acknowledged and respected. Despite their strength, a growing number of these bonds have either been strengthened, or more commonly weakened and shattered, by drugs. Whether it is one as controversial as marijuana, or something as harmful as LSD, dangerous addictions like these have always been known to destroy relationships with time. With so much trauma, music is a great tool to be used as a method of telling people's'

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