22 Songs, 41 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Rick Drais ,

Interesting Project: Take a Chance On It

Used to own this on vinyl back in the post-Dark Side of the Moon days, when I was
starting to explore Pink Floyd. This is a sometimes fun but always interesting sonic
experiment with Roger and Ron Geesin -a buddy who sometimes worked behind-the-
scenes with the Floyd- putting together a soft, mellow and largely accoustic score for
a little-known film. It's been a while since I listened, but I've always suspected that
Roger managed to slip in a few of the same Abbey Road sound effects that the
Floyd used on Umma Gumma and other projects and the Beatles used often as
well (the bird sound effects in particular). I won't say this will only appeal to Roger's
most ardent fans, but unless you like really mellow Waters, and are interested in
hearing some of the ideas he later used when writing Dark Side in what basically
is their demo form, you may be put-off by the album. I'd still take a chance...

Hondosarge ,

Tried to enjoy this

I really tried to enjoy this utter load of schisse but eventually I ended up putting the CD in the microwave and then using the result as a drink coaster

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