Dogs" (originally composed as "You've Got to Be Crazy") is a song by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, released on the album Animals in 1977. This song was one of several to be considered for the band's "best of" album Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd. The music was written in 1974 by David Gilmour and Roger Waters, with lyrics by Waters, and originally titled "You've Got to Be Crazy"
Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 12 September 1975 through Harvest Records and Columbia Records, their first release for the latter. Based on material Pink Floyd composed while performing in Europe, Wish You Were Here was recorded over numerous sessions throughout 1975, at Abbey Road Studios in London.
An epic track off the Pink Floyd’s Animals, Dogs, originally entitled You’ve Gotta Be Crazy, began as a sprawling jam that was turned into a multi-part suite about the sadness that occurs from trying to find your place in the world and getting stuck up in the race of day to day life. The whole of the song represents conniving people in life, who are symbolized as dogs. At over 17 minutes in length, it is a tour de force that requires multiple listens to truly appreciate its majesty. It is also one of the bands longest uninterrupted songs, following Echoes and Atom Heart Mother
People who hate this album aren't Pink Floyd fans. Too low. If you hate this album you never liked Floyd, you were just a Waters fanboy. More has some of the best songs that Pink Floyd ever recorded. Cirrus Minor, The Nile Song, The Crying Song, Green Is The Colour, and Cymbaline. Not to mention Quicksilver as well. I love every Pink Floyd album. This one, however, is my favourite. More has amazing instrumentals, mellow songs, sublime vocals, blasting rockers, psychedelics, bit or blues and spanish to form a very diverse album. Cymbaline is amazing! Amazing album.
Pink Floyd's 'Animals' arrived on Jan. 23, 1977 as the band's hardest-rocking, most visceral project. Sheep" was an update of "Raving and Drooling," while "Dogs" had been reworked from "You Gotta Be Crazy. Waters completed the album by refashioning these existing songs into an agreed-upon new theme pairing dark human emotions with everyday animals, and then creating companion pieces to round out the project.
Animals is the tenth studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 21 January 1977 through Harvest and Columbia Records. It was recorded at the band's Britannia Row Studios in London throughout 1976, and was produced by the band. The album continues the longform compositions that made up their previous works, including Wish You Were Here (1975).
Pink Floyd’s Pulse live album is due for a vinyl reissue in May, as is the Relics album. You can listen to the Roger Waters interview, below. He talks about the Animals . mix at around the 1. 0 mark. Relics (2018 Remastered Version). The live tracks ‘raving and drooling’ and ‘you gotta be crazy’ that turned into Animals tracks, have already been released on WYWH immersion. It’s well known in floyd circles that every show from the Animals tour was taped through the desk onto a Nakamichi cassette player and those are in Gilmours hands.
Pink Floyd is not only one of the greatest prog rock bands, greatest art rock bands, but most importantly, one of the best bands of all time. From the days of Syd Barrett to the last album with Roger Waters, Pink Floyd changed rock music throughout their career, releasing some of the greatest music of their time and beyond. This Pink Floyd discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Pink Floyd albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you,.
That could have been the question taunting Pink Floyd after the completion and release of their most wildly successful album, The Dark Side of the Moon. Madness was one of the album’s chief themes, and it was ingeniously explored both musically and lyrically with Dark Side, along with companion themes of the ruthless pressures of modern society: money, fame, work stress, alienation, and death. That wasn’t the only question of that ilk that Pink Floyd could have asked, however. Where does one go after achieving the pinnacle of success would have been a reasonable alternative