‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ 40 Astonishing Facts About The Classic Iconic Album, Number Three [VIDEO]
The band members weren't too crazy about having their photos in the artwork, in a 2003 interview in Rolling Stone...
David Gilmour mentioned in the interview. "When Storm showed us all the titles , with that one, there was no doubt," David goes on to mention, "It was, 'That is It. It's a brilliant cover, One can look at it after the first moment of brilliance and think, 'it'll look great in shop windows."
David Gilmour, (Rolling Stone 2003), "It wasn't a vague picture of four lads in the countryside."
Storm mentioned in Rolling Stone, "It related mostly to a light show," he told Rolling Stone. "The other thing was the triangle. I think the triangle, which is a symbol of thought and ambition, was very much a subject of Roger's lyrics."
I would have to say Pink Floyd best listened to with a headset, close your eyes and listen to the music, It will take you away. Enjoy the madness as we continue through the thoughts of Pink Floyd's making of the, 'Dark Side of the Moon.':
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