Celtic Pink Floyd – Celtic Pink Floyd (2011)

Uilleann pipes, fiddle, tin whistle, accordion, banjo, dulcimer, bodhrán, mandolin, and bones are throw in the “battle” to re-build some of the legendary songs by Pink Floyd in Celtic Rock resonances. We have the unavoidable hits such as “Another Brick In The Wall (Pt. Two)”, “Wish You Were Here”, “Comfortably Numb”, “Hey You”, “Money” and “Mother”, but also some nice surprises as well, rarely covered songs such as “The Fletcher Memorial Home”, a total of 12 tracks. While the originals are some of the most famous songs by one of the British pioneers of Progressive Rock, these covers probably will bring enough attention on this product as well.
This material it’s the result of the effort of nine musicians, Damon Stout & Brian Stout are the guilty parties behind this project, all while working in conjunction with producer Michael Vail Blum to form a hybrid of traditional Celtic music combined with Classic Rock.
For the lovers of Celtic music this probably will be a delightful listening, for Pink Floyd fans probably not. It’s not that bad, but simply kind of background music.

Celtic Pink Floyd – Official Site

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