For their sixth album, Pink Floyd kept experimenting with space and time, but with far greater confidence in their abilities than before. “One of These Days” is a rolling juggernaut of echoed bass, with organ and guitar hawkishly swooping about. In “Fearless” they play unvarnished folk rock; “Seamus” is straightforward blues with a howling dog solo. The opus “Echoes” is a stately 23-minute trip through what would become classic Floyd whisper-rock, taking in a greasy funk breakdown and wailing ghost noises.
One of These Days
A Pillow of Winds
6 SONGS, 47 MINUTES
OCTOBER 30, 1971
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