Editors' Notes For a band synonymous with ambitious art rock, Pink Floyd sure could pen tunes that were moving in their simplicity. Early on, Syd Barrett's “Bike” is psych pop littered with nursery-rhyme poetry and twirls like a carousel ride, and “San Tropez” is tropical folk rock that could've been recorded by The Kinks. Late in their career David Gilmour picked up the thread, writing warm, emotionally direct pop-rock ballads like “Coming Back to Life.”

SONG
ALBUM
One Slip
5:08
 
When the Tigers Broke Free
3:12
 
Not Now John
5:01
 
Take It Back
6:13
 
Wot's... Uh the Deal?
5:09
 
Paintbox
3:33
 
Free Four
4:16
 
The Fletcher Memorial Home
4:09
 
Coming Back to Life
6:18
 
Let There Be More Light
5:36
 
Summer '68
5:28
 
Remember a Day
4:32
 
Careful with That Axe, Eugene (Live)
8:49
 
The Gold It's In the...
3:07
 
Atom Heart Mother
23:41
 
Sorrow
8:44
 
Cirrus Minor
5:17
 
4:30
 
The Nile Song
3:26
 
A Saucerful of Secrets
11:56
 
Burning Bridges
3:30
 
San Tropez
3:43
 
Cymbaline
4:49
 
Side 1, pt. 2: It's What We Do
6:21
 

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