|1. One Of These Days|
|2. A Pillow Of Winds|
|4. San Tropez|
2014 Japanese pressing. 2011 digital remaster. Parlophone
For all that menacing, hatchet-happy growl at the beginning of Meddle's opener, "One of These Days," Pink Floyd really weren't about to "cut you into little pieces." Meddle did, however, show that the reigning British monarchs of 1970s-era psychedelia could rip into galloping jams. It also showed what its predecessor, Atom Heart Mother, promised--that the band could excel in long, breathtaking suites that revealed strains of late-classical music, Sun Ra-inspired space explorations, and a patchwork approach to colliding sounds that together took on acid-drenched proportions. And if all that isn't enough, "San Tropez" revealed a playful side of the band, playing footsy with loungy jazz and having good fun in the process. --Andrew BartlettSee all Product Description
What can I say, it's Pink Floyd. I love Echoes. The whole album is good . SPACEYPublished 4 months ago by brian edward kirton
The short and sweet of it...simply AMAZING!
A MUST have for any Floyd fan or even not.....
One of These Days and Echoes are classics that only get better with time. Read more
this album is your great all around rock album! but it is more like four and a half stars instead of a rating of five stars.. I like Seamus,pillow of winds & One of these daysPublished 17 months ago by marketminutdave
With the departure of Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd has a lot of trouble establishing what it was going to be. Read morePublished on March 16 2012 by B. C. Whitcomb