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9 thoughts on “ Goodbye Blue Sky - Pink Floyd - The Wall (CD, Album)

  1. Goodbye blue sky is obviously saying goodbye to the pre-nuclear world and its clean blue sky and hello to the scorched sky of post-nuclear world. The flames are all gone but the pain lingers on implies the radiation left by the fallout from the atomic bombs and .
  2. Songfacts®: On the original vinyl version of the album, "Goodbye Blue Sky" occupied the last slot on the first side of album one (The Wall was a double album). In an interview around the album's release, Waters described the song as being a recap of the first side of album one, summing up Pink's .
  3. Pink Floyd The Wall CD $; X3CDPF12 2 reviews Close. Pink Floyd The Wall CD $; X3CDPF12 2 reviews Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2 6. Mother 7. Goodbye Blue Sky 8. Empty Spaces 9. Young Lust One of My Turns Don't Leave Me Now It includes all the original songs from the original album as opposed to the Chinese knock offs.
  4. "Goodbye Blue Sky" Song by Pink Floyd; from the album The Wall; Published: Pink Floyd Music Publishers Ltd: Released: 30 November (UK) 8 December (US) Recorded: April – November Genre: Progressive rock: Length: 2: Label: Harvest (UK) Columbia (US) Songwriter(s) Roger Waters: Producer(s) Bob Ezrin Genre: Progressive rock.
  5. Label: Pink Floyd Records Listening to this rich union of artistic endeavor and commercial viability was a rite of passage for suburban teenagers during the '80s. Using themes every teen can relate to (isolation, betrayal, anti-homework-ism), Roger Waters delivered a record, stage show and film that, while of questionable taste, was undeniably.
  6. Goodbye Blue Sky This song is by Pink Floyd and appears on the double album The Wall () in the film The Wall ().
  7. Apr 10,  · Álbum: The Wall Publicación: 30 de Noviembre de (UK), 8 de Diciembre de (US) Grabación: Abril-Noviembre, Género: Rock progresivo Duración:
  8. As much as I enjoy "Another Brick In the Wall Part 2" -- arguably the most famous song from Pink Floyd's "The Wall" album -- "Goodbye Blue Sky" is definitely one of the best songs on said album. Melancholy, strangely beautiful despite its bleak subject matter, and a powerful anti-war statement, it's a fantastic number even outside the context /5(13).

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