The Dark Side of the Moon (quadraphonic)

~ Release by Pink Floyd (see all versions of this release, 102 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1Speak to Me
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
percussion:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
piano:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
tape:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06 until 1973-01) and Roger Waters (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
recording of:
Speak to Me (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
composer:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd)
publisher:
Hampshire House Publishing Corp., KPM (music publisher), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp. and World Copyrights Ltd.
revision of:
Intro Song
1:11
A2Breathe
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
bass:
Roger Waters (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
electric guitar, pedal steel guitar, background vocals and lead vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
Hammond organ and Rhodes piano:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
recording of:
Breathe (from 1972-06 until 1973-01)
lyricist:
Roger Waters
composer:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist)
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, KPM (music publisher), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16), World Copyrights Ltd. and Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (in 1973)
is based on:
Breathe (from the film “The Body”)
2:44
A3On the Run
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
electric guitar and synthesizer [EMS Synthi AKS]:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
foot stomps:
Peter James (sound engineer) (in 1973-01)
Hammond organ:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (in 1973-01)
percussion:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
synthesizer [VCS3]:
Roger Waters (in 1973-01)
tape:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01) and Roger Waters (in 1973-01)
spoken vocals:
Roger “The Hat” Manifold (in 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1973-01)
recording of:
On the Run (in 1973-01)
composer:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and Roger Waters
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, Hampshire House Publishing Corp., KPM (music publisher), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16) and World Copyrights Ltd.
version of:
The Travel Sequence
3:34
A4Time
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
bass guitar:
Roger Waters (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
drums (drum set) and rototom:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
electric guitar:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
farfisa, synthesizer [EMS VCS 3] and Wurlitzer electric piano:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
background vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01), Leslie Duncan (from 1972-09 until 1973-01), Barry St. John (from 1972-09 until 1973-01), Liza Strike (from 1972-09 until 1973-01) and Doris Troy (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
lead vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01) and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
recording of:
Breathe (reprise) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
lyricist:
Roger Waters
composer:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist)
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, KPM (music publisher), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp. and Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16)
recording of:
Time (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
lyricist:
Roger Waters
composer:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd), Roger Waters and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist)
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, KPM (music publisher), Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16) and Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (in 1973)
7:03
A5The Great Gig in the Sky
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) and Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project) (in 1973)
bass:
Roger Waters (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
Hammond organ and piano:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
pedal steel guitar:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
lead vocals:
Clare Torry (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
mixed at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1972-12)
recording of:
The Great Gig in the Sky (from 1972-09 until 1973-01)
composer:
Clare Torry and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist)
publisher:
KPM (music publisher), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., World Copyrights Ltd. and Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (in 1973)
version of:
The Mortality Sequence
4:47
B1Money
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
bass guitar:
Roger Waters (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
drums (drum set):
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
electric guitar and lead vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
tape:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09) and Roger Waters (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
tenor saxophone:
Dick Parry (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
Wurlitzer electric piano:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
recording of:
Money (from 1972-06-07 until 1973-01-09)
lyricist and composer:
Roger Waters
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, Chappell Music Ltd., KPM (music publisher), Pathe-Marconi (not for release label use! consider "Pathé" instead), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16) and Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (in 1973)
6:37
B2Us and Them
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) and Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project) (in 1973)
bass and electric bass guitar:
Roger Waters (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
drums (drum set):
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
electric guitar and lead vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
Hammond organ, piano and other vocals [harmony vocals]:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
tenor saxophone:
Dick Parry (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
background vocals:
Leslie Duncan (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09), Barry St. John (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09), Liza Strike (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09) and Doris Troy (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
mixed at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1972-12)
recording of:
Us and Them (from 1972-06-01 until 1973-01-09)
lyricist:
Roger Waters
composer:
Roger Waters and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist)
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, KPM (music publisher), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd., Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16) and Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (in 1973)
is based on:
The Riot Scene
is based on:
The Violent Sequence
7:43
B3Any Colour You Like
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) and Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project) (in 1973)
bass:
Roger Waters (in 1973-01)
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
electric guitar and other vocals [scat]:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
Hammond organ, Minimoog, synthesizer [EMS Synthi A] and synthesizer [EMS VCS 3]:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (in 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1973-01)
mixed at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1972-12)
recording of:
Any Colour You Like (in 1973-01)
composer:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist)
publisher:
Hampshire House Publishing Corp., KPM (music publisher), Pathé Marconi EMI (record company, renamed EMI Pathé Marconi in 1986), Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd. and TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp.
3:27
B4Brain Damage
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer) and Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project) (in 1973)
bass and lead vocals:
Roger Waters (in 1973-01)
bell and drums (drum set):
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
electric guitar:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
Hammond organ and synthesizer [VCS3 synthesizer]:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (in 1973-01)
tape:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01) and Roger Waters (in 1973-01)
background vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01), Leslie Duncan (in 1973-01), Barry St. John (in 1973-01), Liza Strike (in 1973-01) and Doris Troy (in 1973-01)
other vocals [manic laughter]:
Peter Watts (Pink Floyd road manager) (in 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1973-01)
mixed at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1972-12)
recording of:
Brain Damage (in 1973-01)
lyricist and composer:
Roger Waters
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, KPM (music publisher), Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16), World Copyrights Ltd. and Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (in 1973)
3:52
B5Eclipse
assistant engineer:
Peter James (sound engineer)
engineer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
producer:
Pink Floyd
mixer:
Chris Thomas (UK record producer / remixer)
bass and lead vocals:
Roger Waters (in 1973-01)
drums (drum set), percussion and tape:
Nick Mason (of Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
electric guitar:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01)
Hammond organ:
Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (in 1973-01)
background vocals:
David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) (in 1973-01), Leslie Duncan (in 1973-01), Barry St. John (in 1973-01), Liza Strike (in 1973-01), Doris Troy (in 1973-01) and Richard Wright (Pink Floyd keyboardist) (in 1973-01)
remixer:
Alan Parsons (of The Alan Parsons Project)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Pink Floyd (in 1973)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
EMI Records Ltd. (not for release label use! UK parent of EMI-owned labels until Sept 2012) (in 1973) and The Gramophone Co. Ltd. (in 1973)
recorded at:
Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood, Westminster, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1973-01)
recording of:
Eclipse (in 1973-01)
lyricist and composer:
Roger Waters
publisher:
Artemis Muziekuitgeverij B V, Hampshire House Publishing Corp., KPM (music publisher), Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd., TRO-Hampshire House Publishing Corp., Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. (renamed as Warner Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. since 2019/05/16) and World Copyrights Ltd.
2:04

Credits

Release

manufactured in:United Kingdom
design/illustration:George Hardie N.T.A.
Hipgnosis (UK art design group)
photography:Hipgnosis (UK art design group)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/1830381 [info]

Release Group

remixes:The Power of the Dark Side
associated singles/EPs:Money
Time / Us and Them
covers:Apskaft Presents: The Dark Side of the Monkey by Apskaft
Dark Side of the Moon by Dream Theater
Dark Side of the Moon 2001 by Out of Phase
Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella by Vocomotion
Dark Side of the Moon on Cello by Gordon Withers
Dub Side of the Moon by Easy Star All‐Stars
Dubber Side of the Moon by Easy Star All‐Stars
festival folk sing The Dark Side of the Moon by Various Artists
In Concert - Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here by Think Floyd
MOON8 by Brad Smith
Return to the Dark Side of the Moon by Various Artists
The Dark Side of the Moon by The Flaming Lips & Stardeath and White Dwarfs with Henry Rollins & Peaches
The String Quartet Tribute to Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon by Vitamin String Quartet feat. The Section
live performances:1972‐02‐20: The Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London, UK
1974-11-16: Empire Pool, Wembley, London, UK
A Trip to the Moon: The Early 1972 UK Concerts
In Concert - Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here by Think Floyd
p·u·l·s·e
included in:Discovery
Oh by the Way
Shine On
The Pink Floyd Collection
part of:Music Canada Certified Double Diamond Albums (number: 2003-03-14) (order: 10)
Absolute Radio's The 100 Collection (number: 15) (order: 15)
The Guardian 100 Best Albums Ever (number: 37) (order: 37)
Rolling Stone: 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: 2003 edition (number: 43) (order: 43)
Rolling Stone: 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: 2012 edition (number: 43) (order: 43)
Rolling Stone: 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: 2020 edition (number: 55) (order: 55)
Jaguaro: One Hundred Albums You Should Remove from Your Collection Immediately (number: 64) (order: 64)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/10362 [info]
lyrics page:https://genius.com/albums/Pink-floyd/The-dark-side-of-the-moon [info]
reviews:http://mixdownmag.com.au/gear-rundown-pink-floyds-dark-side-moon [info]
https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/b3fd [info]
https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/gncz [info]
other databases:http://www.musik-sammler.de/album/20278 [info]
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/pink_floyd/the_dark_side_of_the_moon/ [info]
https://www.offiziellecharts.de/album-details-6346 [info]
Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0000191308 [info]
Wikidata:Q150901 [info]