What is Pink Floyd's Greatest Song?

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In today's livestream I discuss what I think is the greatest Pink Floyd’s song.

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Martin Wilson
Martin Wilson Mês atrás
This debate was settled in 1983. My kid brother and I (he was 18) were smoking large amounts of bud and listening to Pink Floyd. I posed the same question....Which PF song is their best? He paused for 20-30 seconds and said "Whichever one you're listening to at the time". 40 yrs later, we both agree that this is still an accurate assessment.
Which god of thousands means nothing
I already replied pretty much the same thing before I read this comment. They say great minds think alike. Fortunately many of us appear to have great minds.
Colleen 5 dias atrás
@Davo Aha! A Gentleman of quality! 👏
Steve Maxwell
Steve Maxwell 8 dias atrás
True. 👍
Bob Berkhout
Bob Berkhout 13 dias atrás
Absolutely. All is right with the world looking at it that way.
JoCo 21 dia atrás
That is the perfect response for Pink Floyd music!
Eric Onesto
Eric Onesto 2 meses atrás
Echoes is my all-time favorite song from any band ever. It has it all.
Which god of thousands means nothing
Key word... "subjective".
DJ Robot Citizen
DJ Robot Citizen Dia atrás
the music's good but the vocals are painfully soppy
Ruth Schaefer
Ruth Schaefer 7 dias atrás
Omg it is mine also.
yooo same
Al Cape Town
Al Cape Town 19 dias atrás
Is in my top five, actually 2nd to Comfortably numb
Joel Green
Joel Green Mês atrás
For me, it's Comfortably Numb. So many of their tracks are on my all-time favorites list...but Comfortable Numb is, IMHO a total work of art!
James Claunch
James Claunch 2 dias atrás
Second favorite for me. Wish you were touched my soul in ways comfortabley numb never could.
Joseph Gelis
Joseph Gelis 19 dias atrás
David Gilmour's incredible mind-bending solo at the end of this song is what pushes it to the top all by itself.
Raymundo Stille
Raymundo Stille 25 dias atrás
I am with u
Disqus Macabre
Disqus Macabre 26 dias atrás
Ditto. But in truth.they created so many timeless cuts that I couldn't do it in 5 songss.
Alessandro Mariani
Alessandro Mariani Mês atrás
It's Comfortably Numb. Simple structure, straight to the point, great interpretation of characters by Waters and Gilmour, evocative/emotional chorus, best solo of all time. Comfortably Numb is perfect. Then we have Us and Them, Shine On and Dogs. My opinion.
Josh Zoolian
Josh Zoolian 2 meses atrás
You can't segment Dark Side of the Moon. It is one artistic piece, and one of the best pieces of art of all time.
Michael Brickley
Michael Brickley 6 dias atrás
@Geoffrey Currie it was meant to be played and flipped and played. The best albums, think Sticky Fingers, are sequenced in a perfect order.
Geoffrey Currie
Geoffrey Currie 6 dias atrás
like one long song
O Nad
O Nad 22 dias atrás
Agree . It could be argued that the best song is dark side of the moon , fully
Michael Brickley
Michael Brickley 28 dias atrás
@Fabio HCwas meant to be looked at, listened to as one long piece divided into pieces. It helps to know what rattled them and set them on this course.
Josh Zoolian
Josh Zoolian 28 dias atrás
@MikeHF cheers
Felipe Audiovisual
Felipe Audiovisual 25 dias atrás
Comfortably Numb, hands down. I would listen to this song on loop for eternity, especially the slower, heavier, live version from Pulse.
Steve Bingaman
Steve Bingaman 7 dias atrás
The version on pulse….has no pulse.
amazing song, i do think its way overplayed though.
Les 3 meses atrás
I believe "Time" is Pink Floyd's best song. It's certainly the most profound. How you relate to it only becomes stronger the older you get. It's absolute truth in its words. The music used to tell its message is also quite powerful and sublime at the same time. I also think it's David Gilmour's best guitar solo.
Giygas 7 dias atrás
I literally had the same thought. The Wall is my favourite album but Time is the Epitome of great Pink Floyd songs.
Guy Jerry
Guy Jerry 12 dias atrás
Yeah it’s a clear winner for me, and I’d even argue it’s one of the best songs ever written
Ian Adams
Ian Adams 15 dias atrás
Agree with my heart and soul. Lyrics are profound and are relevant for an eternity.
Bruno Behrend
Bruno Behrend 15 dias atrás
I agree.
Bilge Kağan
Bilge Kağan 21 dia atrás
For me CN is musically better but Time is over-all better because it's lyrics are effing amazing like you said. I agree with you "Time" is the best Pink Floyd song and to me it's the best song ever :D
Michelle Bowers
Michelle Bowers Mês atrás
Wish You Were Here still gives me chills all these years later.
litedawg1968 Dia atrás
The entire album start to finish is unbelievable
Sam Burnham
Sam Burnham Mês atrás
Shine on you crazy diamond had taken me on an experience I’ve never felt in any other song, that’s why it separates itself from any other song of all time.
Ethan Adjack
Ethan Adjack 15 dias atrás
@Mikey Roberts I thought you were going to tell the story of him showing up during the recording of the Wish You Were Here album, shaved head and gaunt, looking nothing like the shining diamond of a man he was as the band leader just a few years before. Crazy story.
Mikey Roberts
Mikey Roberts 15 dias atrás
It's quite the composition. The band was in the studio recording the song which of course is about Syd Barrett. He was the brilliant, charming, witty, good looking young artist who started as front man for Pink Floyd. There was a party going on where he was slipped a huge amount of LSD. He was also in the early stage of schizophrenia. It is thought by most who were close to him that these conditions flipped the switch off in his brain. It is said that when he looked at you, rather than seeing his normal brilliant, charming, mischievous, almost child like demeanor, that his eyes were like "black holes in the sky", as described by the lyrics of Roger Waters in Shine On You Crazy Diamond. It's so sad how his mind transformed so darkly, and he came to resemble Uncle Fester of the TV series Adams Family, but only with a very morbid demeanor.
Ethan Adjack
Ethan Adjack 27 dias atrás
I can't believe it took so far into the comments to find Shine On. As my life goes on different Floyd songs become my favorite and this has been it for me for quite awhile now. The guitar work is some of the finest of any musician ever.
Mark Fry
Mark Fry 11 dias atrás
"Comfortably Numb" is the best..... heard it a million times as a reference for hearing fine nuances of reproduction .Davids voice perfect..background singers superb..transitions..phrasing..and davids solos..All reference stuff..
Jussi .Karasti
Jussi .Karasti 2 meses atrás
Us and Them is their greatest song. The emotional load is like no other. Another one is Saucerful of Secrets live at Pompeii. It gives me the goosebumps every time. It literally makes the hair on my skin go up. PANTERA does the same : )
Alan Miller
Alan Miller 27 dias atrás
Just happened to listen to Us and Them yesterday. Love it!
Philip Archer
Philip Archer Mês atrás
its spine tingling for sure. But far from the only Floyd song that will do that to ya! I get that feeling with Whats Uh The Deal, and I dont rightly even know what its about! Its just so beautiful it doesnt matter that much what its about.
Lo Paz
Lo Paz Mês atrás
Shine On is #1. Not just as a second but example of the unique british blues. A bit of jazzy sound, rock, it's a masterpiece.
Dan Bardos
Dan Bardos 3 meses atrás
Echoes from Pompeii is my all time favorite. I love the way that song reverses itself. Never heard anything quite like it before and it just had a lasting impression on me.
Agree with you.
sylvia m
sylvia m 27 dias atrás
That video is legendary.
henry garrison
henry garrison Mês atrás
Haven't heard that 1 in a bit....I agree
Alan Roberts
Alan Roberts Mês atrás
One of these days , for me
G-Banger 2 meses atrás
I totally agree - Echoes is over 20 minutes of magic, the album version is killer too. Love the funky jam too it suits the era nicely
Dave G
Dave G 27 dias atrás
Great Gig In The Sky was a masterpiece. Richard Wright was perfection.
Bert Speggly
Bert Speggly Dia atrás
@DJ Robot Citizen I can assure you that she was neither.
DJ Robot Citizen
DJ Robot Citizen Dia atrás
for me it's the only classic era PF song I *have* to skip through ... those vocals, while technically impressive are just painful and embarrasing. It would have been OK if it was like 2-3 minutes max but it just goes on and on ... the singer comes across as terribly self-indulgent narcissist
Sjoerd Rijpkema
Sjoerd Rijpkema 11 dias atrás
Female singer Clare H. Torry was perfection !
Zero_Point_Energy 24 dias atrás
It’s fun to spend time on BRvid listening to female vocalists attempt it. There are some amazing renditions in videos from tribute bands like Brit Floyd.
Scott Scottsdale
Scott Scottsdale Mês atrás
These songs all bring tears to my eyes. They are all so brilliant and moving. Comfortably Numb could literally play for ever and I would not get bored. In fact I want an atomic record player in my gave to softly play this song for all eternity. It is just so moving.
Robert B
Robert B Mês atrás
The problem with Floyd for me is that I can't pick a favourite. Everything they laid down on tape is a thing of beauty.
Sunny Mês atrás
Agreed, every time I listen to anyone of a number of tracks, it’s my favourite until the next one. Time, comfortably numb, wish you were here, crazy diamond, Sorrow, High hopes, us and them and on and on. It’s like trying to choose your favourite child, even if you had one, you just can’t 🇬🇧 . I’m just thankful I have and will have Floyd throughout my life. First time I heard them was Time when I was 13, blew me away then and still does today. The Steel guitar solo in high hopes is from another dimension, words can’t describe.
Kip Mês atrás
Good problem to have
Timothy Potter
Timothy Potter Mês atrás
All of their music is so perfectly good, how does one pick a favorite? My all time fav band.
Christopher Edginton
As a kid See Emily Play blew my mind. Far ahead of its time with the sounds created back in 1967. Can only compare it to sounds created by Beatles on Sgt Pepper.
Lawrence Simmons
Lawrence Simmons 20 dias atrás
Absolutely. Sgt Pepper - listen now and it's a very ordinary collection of songs. Disraeli Gears, Axis Bold as Love and PF's 1st album were '67 albums as well but still hit the spot.
frank rodrigues
frank rodrigues 3 meses atrás
Comfortably Numb, is just an out of this world musical experience. I've been listening to it for forty plus years and never tire of it. Gives me goosebumps every single time. A truly brilliant song. So ethereal and beautiful.
Darrell Reid
Darrell Reid Mês atrás
I went through drug addiction andI credit this song for getting me clean
TB Player
TB Player 2 meses atrás
@it's pabbs One of Gilmour’s best
Matt 2 meses atrás
@Paul Stevens you keep saying medicated...drugged is synonymous. It doesn't matter. It can be different things to different people.
Graham Todd
Graham Todd 2 meses atrás
Absolutely. It takes me to where no other musical creation does
Paul Stevens
Paul Stevens 3 meses atrás
@Maxx Schneider in one sense you are right Maxx as Roger did have to perform due to contractual obligations, so he was medicated to go on stage and perform on that occasion. As for the industry controlling musicians with drugs, that’s not quite the case
Janos Hideg
Janos Hideg Mês atrás
I'm a big fan of Fat Old Sun from Atom Heart Mother. The song has many versions, some of the pre-AHM ones last 15-20 minutes with Wright's Echoes-style keyboard parts. The best version to my mind is the one on Gilmour's Live in Gdansk album: perfectly structured, with probably David's best solo in the end. The permanent dynamic intensifying turns the summer evening mood into a solar flare.
Mrs Overall
Mrs Overall 8 dias atrás
You have summed up beautifully what I was about to write, thank you! That is a fabulous solo and my Gilmour fave.
Lawrence Simmons
Lawrence Simmons 20 dias atrás
Absolute beauty of a song with a stirring bluesy guitar bonus ending. Pure 'Floyd virtuosity. AHM is a classic and its cover shot iconic.
Don Secor
Don Secor 20 dias atrás
Great song. David's voice was so on point.
roger edwards
roger edwards 15 dias atrás
Time has a major emotional effect on people doing reaction videos more than any other... hits em hard first time
Doktavious Maximus
Doktavious Maximus Mês atrás
I still don't get why a band like Pink Floyd would ever block you. It seems to me that with your huge following and incredibly engaging and comprehensive videos that you could be introducing Pink Floyds breathtaking music to hundreds of thousands of potential fans/customers. Thank you for all the hard work you put in to make these unforgettable videos.
Croatian Driver
Croatian Driver 28 dias atrás
45 years ago the best song of Pink Floyd for me was "Sheep". Then almost 4 decades it was "Shine On You Crazy Diamond". 5 years ago I realized that "Echoes" is their best song. By the way, I adore Pink Floyd and all their songs and they are my favorite band through decades and now. As a kid I loved The Beatles the most
Alois Gastager
Alois Gastager 9 dias atrás
I always loved the mostly basic playing of bass and drums; not many notes, only the right ones, and fantastic sounding! Thumbs up for the genius of Roger and Nick 👍👍👍
Tom Johansson
Tom Johansson 3 meses atrás
Dogs is a pure masterpiece, and a complete, structured song, which is an amazing song from beginning to end. Every instrument is perfect, and the guitar solos are just so good.
Rolando Cardoso
Rolando Cardoso 11 dias atrás
@Erich Harrington My favorite too. The guitar start is so so so so groooove!
David Vogt
David Vogt 20 dias atrás
'Dogs' is amazing in so many ways - lyrically and musically. To me, the lyrics parallel my life experiences so perfectly, having wasted most of my life f*cking around in corporate America, chasing the wealth and status that I never really wanted, while foregoing most of what life is really about. Now that my time is drawing short, the likelihood that I will be "all alone, and dying of cancer" in the end is palpable.
Dave Karr
Dave Karr 21 dia atrás
Exactly!...skip to 5.30 and tell me that solo doesn't stack up with any DG ever did!
Steve Lopez
Steve Lopez 23 dias atrás
Dogs is the absolute best song. I have a young friend who started getting into Pink Floyd listening to The Wall, Dark Side of the Moon & Wish You Were Here..... well then I showed him Animals and when he heard Dogs... he literally started crying. He said it is the best song by any band ever... definitely the best guitar solos ever. I don't understand how people don't give the album Animals and especially Dogs its rightful place in Pink Floyd Anthology!
Jacob Castro
Jacob Castro 25 dias atrás
If you held me down... it would be Dogs... "who was breaking away ... from the pack?"
Subhash Pratap Shah
Subhash Pratap Shah 25 dias atrás
all are masterpieces. who am i to pick one as their best or their greatest? they didnt become greatest band in classic rock genre from 70's on just like that. all their songs , albums and legacy will remain intact as long as music exists in this world.
iakah Drake
iakah Drake 8 dias atrás
Tried to figure out my 5 favorites and write them here but to be honest, I couldn't decide. Every single song On Dark Side Of The Moon is great, every single one on The Wall, every single one on Wish You Were Here. The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn has great songs, Division Bell has great ones, Echoes, Animals...the list goes ooon and ooon and on.
mightymartianca Mês atrás
The Division Bell is by far the best of the post-Waters albums, and High Hopes is the last of the great Pink Floyd epics. I find the album a very sad one; the overarching concept holds together without being in your face; but the last two tracks; Lost For Words and High Hopes are almost tearful when you listen to the lyrics. My two favorite albums are Meddle and Animals, and Echoes is for me Floyd's greatest achievement, capping off the psychedelic era and pushing the band into what it was to become.
F M Shamim Ahmmed
F M Shamim Ahmmed 22 dias atrás
High hope is extraordinary
Mikey Roberts
Mikey Roberts 15 dias atrás
Pink Floyd. Each song a virtually flawless masterpiece and mind transformer. What time machine or crop circle did they emerge from? These guys are a million years ahead of their/our time. What a futile question. We are all so fortunate to have them elevate our world.
Peter P
Peter P Mês atrás
You had me at Pink Floyd. Phenomenal group. Hard to go wrong with anything they did in the '70s. For me... 1) Wish You Were Here. Best song on their best album. 2) Comfortably Numb. Some of Gilmore's best music and Water's best lyrics. Nailed it when you said a great combination of the two. Was always curious, but I don't think I've ever heard Gilmore's take before Waters got his hand on it. Despite any of that the end result is an all-time great. 3) Hey You. Just so good. After those three choosing between any of their other '70s work is just splitting hairs.
Chiefline 3 meses atrás
Time is my favorite. The lyrics are unmatched in the history of rock and roll. “ And then one day you’ll find 10 yrs have got behind you no one told you when to run you missed the starting gun This hits home with most people. Roger is a master. Epic
Ray Lilly
Ray Lilly 3 meses atrás
Absolutely agree.
Bill Just Bill
Bill Just Bill 3 meses atrás
IMHO, each of the four members were essential and irreplaceable. Roger for writing and the dark vocals, Dave for a complementary vocal and the lead work, Rick for the harmonic glue, and Nick for the foundation and perfect fills.
Sledzeppelin 3 meses atrás
Couldn’t agree more. Waters is the best lyricist in classic rock.
Leon Musk - the cooler, older bro of Elon
Amen, it is Rogers band. Period.
JJ Renae
JJ Renae 21 dia atrás
This is tough, so many great songs. But for whatever reason, Hey You has always sounded so dang good to me, perfection!
Mejin 6 dias atrás
Rick you killed me with that extended chorus line for Comfortably Numb 😂
Jonathan Hutchinson
Based on Rick's definition of a song, I can go with Comfortably Numb, but then Echoes would be their best symphony. But as others have said, there is just too much to choose from. I have been lucky to see the later Floyd a few times live - simply amazing. Echoes video live in Pompei shows what a masterclass these musicians are. Some of Waters solo works have also been awesome - Amused to Death is a favorite - I just wonder how more awesome that album could have been with Floyd.
cj g
cj g Mês atrás
David Gilmour has always been the force behind all the beautiful things Pink Floyd has ever done. Incredibly talented musician, composer, producer, and human being.
cj g
cj g Dia atrás
@Ozy Mandias Yes, everything "went south".....If selling more records than they did with Roger Waters means "went south", I guess I have to agree. Facts are stubborn things though. Momentary Lapse of Reason - the first post Waters album, sold 4 million copies in the US. By contrast, The Final Cut, the last Waters PF album sold 2 million. And oddly enough, the Division Bell Tour of 1994 became the biggest grossing tour in history. So yeah, they really went south after Roger Waters left. Btw, what did Waters do after 1983? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Mike Archibald
Mike Archibald Dia atrás
@DJ Robot Citizen Well, again, the truth is almost always in the middle, the other guy is too harsh on Roger, thats too harsh on David. The fact is that Pink Floyd is a corporation. All you have to do is watch a few docs to see all the collaboroation. Roger wanted The Wall to be a ninety minute one song WITHOUT most of what has since become its standout moments. How much Roger needed Dave is obvious from the lack of success in his solo endevours. There ARE band musicians who become solo stars, so its not JUST the name 'Pink Floyd', although it helps. There have ALWAYS been session players with Pink Floyd. Just like there's always been producers and engineers and art collaborotors. I EASILY like MLOR AND DB better than A Final Cut, but then some say thats not an 'actual' Pink Floyd album, but hten others also say its their favourite one. But the 'what is Pink Floyd' is an open question for obvious reasons, and nobody is going to agree. Not having seen the alternative, we don't actually know that Gilmour is that 'lucky'. The guy has been called a great producer and musician, so its likely he would have made soem bucks, at least enough to build his boat. He's always seemed at least a LITTLE uncomfortable with the adoration, so its quite likely he'd have been 'luckier' with another gig. But had only Roger had the reigns then you could say their later albums would be no bigger than his solo ones, which I would call certainly more 'important', if not better.
DJ Robot Citizen
DJ Robot Citizen Dia atrás
You need to do some reading. Roger Waters created, composed, directed and produced the vast majority of the classic albums from DSoTM, WYWH, Animals, The Wall and Final Cut. The others were like actors in movies he directed. Those albums made PF a household name. Without them PF would be a band known only to die-hard fans of psychedelia and prog rock. Without those albums most of us never would have checked out the earlier albums. Nothing after 1983 truly qualifies as Pink Floyd. David Gilmour was very lucky that Syd Barret psyched-out and that he - as a mediocre guitarist and vocalist - got the gig in an established band with a cult following. Gilmour did not do anything particularly amazing, to really stand out in the music world, for 4 years, until the solos on Dark Side of the Moon. The warmup precursors were the solos on One of These Days and Echoes. How lucky he was to get 4 years of paid touring in order to become a good guitarist. Gilmour was blessed that Roger Waters came up with great album after great album in the 70s. It was criminally wrong that Gilmour's third solo album was released as "Pink Floyd" in 1987. I imagine it was done because his first two didn't sell well. I bought them in the 80s because I loved his guitar work on the 70s PF albums. But the solo albums are dull and boring. MLOR was a Gilmour solo album with many sessions musicians. They tacked in a few bits from Mason and Wright to release it as PF. So that it would get lots of marketing hype and sell lots and then they could tour and play the classic songs composed by Roger Waters, which is what everyone went along to hear. Gilmour is one of the luckiest men in rock. And slippriest.
Mike Archibald
Mike Archibald 21 dia atrás
@Jnichos No, I wrote above that it was DAVID who said that, just like the other quote was Roy Harper. They've ALL admitted that after Dark Side they likely would have packed it in but for Roger. Even Nick admits in his book that its likely he and David would have retired...EXCEPT that the way Roger talked about replacing them really pissed them off. And frankly you can easily say things DID go south when Roger left. Nick says that it was mostly Bob Ezrin who kept their feet to the fire, in other words, 'was the force'. I always had a pet theory that the whole lawsuit thing was just a way to keep their name in the paper and give them publicity, Roger doesn't seem an unintelligent guy, but maybe his hubris really was in total control because Nick says that one thing about David is that he knows how to stick his feet down. So at the last point when theyw ere talking about reforming Pink Floyd Roger pointedly said "You'll never do it", and basically that was all the 'fire' that Dave needed to follow through. He needed prodding no doubt because apparantly the ENTIRE music industry was coked up all through the eighties.
Jnichos 21 dia atrás
@Mike Archibald it’s been well documented… by Roger…
Bobby Kay
Bobby Kay 2 meses atrás
Childhood's End off Obscured By Clouds is my personal favourite Pink Floyd song. Very underrated and mostly ignored. Fearless (Meddle) and Pigs (Animals) are also up there. Or Several Species of Small Fury Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict :)
Philip Archer
Philip Archer Mês atrás
whats uh the deal... such beauty should be impossible. ALso a big fan of Fearless.... I cant even work out the tuning, let alone the progression.
Carl Mês atrás
Childhood's End and Fearless are on the top 5 songs in my acoustic guitar chord/lyrics book
Andrew Toole
Andrew Toole 3 meses atrás
'Comfortably Numb' isn't just Floyd's best song, but it's in the conversation for the greatest rock song of all time.
Andrew Toole
Andrew Toole 2 meses atrás
Great thing about music…it’s very subjective.
Dantés Inferno
Dantés Inferno 2 meses atrás
good song but no, cmon.
not really
not really 2 meses atrás
Yeah, def no way on the 2nd pt. And reg no way on the 1st.
Peter Olbrisch
Peter Olbrisch 2 meses atrás
Oh gag, c'mon. That solo is great but it's not their best song by a longshot. It's around mid twenties, they have many songs better than that.
Paul Jones
Paul Jones 2 meses atrás
In my opinion “numb” might be Floyd’s best rock song but for someone that appreciates the entirety of their catalogue, it’s not their best track.
Jean-Philippe Peretti
The first time I heard Echoes, around 50 years ago, I was was hooked. It's my "their best". High Hopes would a strong second.
Lou Spinelli
Lou Spinelli Dia atrás
Nothing stirs the emotions as deeply and completely as Pink Floyd, you pick your favorite and let your mind drift seemingly into eternity ❤
Lori Holloway
Lori Holloway Mês atrás
Thank you Alan Parsons for your brilliant production 👏
Sunny Mês atrás
Every time I listen to anyone of a number of tracks, it’s my favourite until the next one. Time, comfortably numb, wish you were here, crazy diamond, Sorrow, High hopes, us and them and on and on. It’s like trying to choose your favourite child, even if you had one, you just can’t 🇬🇧 . I’m just thankful I have and will have Floyd throughout my life. First time I heard them was Time when I was 13, blew me away then and still does today. The Steel guitar solo in high hopes is from another dimension, words can’t describe.
Ma Do
Ma Do 15 dias atrás
For me it is "Echoes". It is really psychadelic. For me Echoes tells the daily routine of a drug-addicted person. It has very simple but so deep tunes. A milestone.
Kevin Callahan
Kevin Callahan 3 meses atrás
It's "Time", plain and simple. It is profound, beautifully structured, and lyrically magical with a magnificent guitar solo. A work of art from the amazing intro through the "Breathe" reprise.
Bunsen Honeydew
Bunsen Honeydew 27 dias atrás
Until you get old and realize you've pissed your life away. Then it's just depressing.
George Meyer Parts
George Meyer Parts 28 dias atrás
@craenor WYWH is brilliant. Shorter, more concise tune, but the production on the guitar intro ...
Zac Costilla
Zac Costilla 3 meses atrás
Gibson Fender
Gibson Fender 3 meses atrás
It isn’t. Confident but wrong.
mark b
mark b 3 meses atrás
I absolutely love seeing all the support for Time here. Much as I love CNumb and Wish You Were Here, the two songs you usually see ranked as PF's best, Time rarely gets the acclaim it deserves.
T.B.A.R.R.O. 24 dias atrás
I have listened to Us and Them, and Comfortably Numb for hours on repeat. I used the former as my mid-shift nap listen at work for more than a decade. So that's 3 times a day, five days a week for 10 to 15 years. Comfortably Numb is my go to for listening when on long drives alone, or just want to stay energized. I love that Dave Gilmour has made so many variations of CN. Especially the ones that are in my mind equal to the original on The Wall Album. He has recreated perfection over and over with his tweaks and experiments on the second solo. What is the best Pink Floyd song? There are a dozen or more tied for second. I already gave my 2 first place choices!
Mike P-
Mike P- Mês atrás
Been a Floyd fan since 1970. Love that you have "Pillow of Winds". I love "Fearless" from Meddle too. And "Echoes", of course. "Arnold Layne" is an early classic. "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun". I always believed Ummagumma is an underrated album because it's not an easy listen as an album. "Grandchester Meadow" is brilliant. "Stay" is another good one. I definitely believe "Wish You Were Here" is the album where they perfected the "Pink Floyd" sound. Don't like anything on "The Wall". Really disliked that album when it came out. I'll take stuff like "Interstellar Overdrive", "Bike", and "See Emily Play" over anything that came out after Wish You Were Here.
George Meyer Parts
George Meyer Parts 28 dias atrás
PF has so many to choose from. I have always loved Fearless, as a "song," according to Rick's definition. It makes sense, a short intro, verses, choruses, bridges, maybe a solo and finally, an outtro. Shine On, however, is absolutely brilliant, the 4 note riff/chord, how it changes function, hos the last note kicks off the full band ... phew. But, now, after reading all the comments, I have to go listen to Echos, all of Meddle, Animals, etc.
Ian Adams
Ian Adams 15 dias atrás
Comfortably Numb is a song that can move me to tears with no idea doesn't matter as the beauty has moved me.
Ayush Bhandari
Ayush Bhandari 22 dias atrás
Pink Floyd is greatest because of Gilmore and Water's beef. The urge to perform better than the other kept pushing them beyond their limits . Good for them and us too😁
William Henning
William Henning 3 meses atrás
It's Time of course. A universal song that grows more profound with every second that passes.
Sherrie Thomson
Sherrie Thomson 2 meses atrás
Well put!
eyesuckle 3 meses atrás
@Geezer 1962 Ha ha! I disagree. . . but I also sympathize.
Skunk Stripe
Skunk Stripe 3 meses atrás
I agree. I always go back to Time as my favorite. Especially the pulse live version. Love the guitar solo on that one
Strange&Norrell 3 meses atrás
Always part of my practice routine.👍 Works my finger bends and my footsteps pedal-wise for the gain/effect stages.
mark b
mark b 3 meses atrás
@numonezeldafanBRAD THANK YOU! The first time I've ever heard anyone else state the obvious- Time contains David Gilmour's greatest guitar solo. Every time there's a list, CNumb gets the nod, but Time is barely mentioned. You have great taste my friend!
Laura Ciocoiu
Laura Ciocoiu 11 dias atrás
I allways enjoy your musical analyses! ❤❤❤ I love Pink Floyd and The Dark Side of The Moon is my favourite album from all the time and my connection with my dad who passed away when I was 7 yo... ❤ Thank you! 🙏🏽
michael l
michael l 11 dias atrás
It actually depends on my mood at the time as to which song I love the most.
Entrelanieve 21 dia atrás
Everything about Pink Floyd music is perfect.
AConcernedCitizen Mês atrás
Time is one of the greatest songs ever written. All of it... perfect. I can't listen to the rest of Dark Side anymore. Commercial radio really juiced that album bad, but, if I hear "Time" I can still turn it up. Soooo good.
AConcernedCitizen Mês atrás
@James Dixon It's beautiful, but wouldn't ya consider that more so as being a track than a song?
James Dixon
James Dixon Mês atrás
what about great gig in the sky?
N K 29 dias atrás
Atom Heart Mother (the choral section is so beautiful) Summer 68 Wish You Were Here -- entire album Meddle was the last of the very English experimental progressive albums. Dark Side was meticulously produced but Pink Floyd became an FM playlist band from then on.
MsCosmosnut 3 meses atrás
I could never pick a favourite Pink Floyd song. There are too many equally brilliant masterpieces. Just too many. ❤
Pasquale 3 meses atrás
Urban G
Urban G 3 meses atrás
I agree, picking just five is indeed a mission impossible...
Vytallica Q.
Vytallica Q. 3 meses atrás
Yeah, I was gonna say the first song of DSOTM, the last song of The Wall, and everything between. Best 4 album stretch in history.
Al Jenks
Al Jenks 3 meses atrás
David Winter
David Winter 3 meses atrás
My thoughts exactly
Carlow Mês atrás
And then there's the animals album. Underated and one of my favorites.
northsongs 11 dias atrás
when asked what is the greatest guitar solo, I have always said that Comfortably Numb has the two greatest solos in it. It's nice to hear Rick say the same thing.
Steve Vettraino
Steve Vettraino 22 dias atrás
Man, who wouldn't just love to sit down with Rick, have a few beers, and talk about music? He's so knowledgeable, yet so unassuming, without a trace of arrogance, and his love of music is contagious. Love ya, Rick!
marco lieni
marco lieni Mês atrás
How good of a drummer is Nick Mason? How is he seen by critics? I have no idea, but always wanted to know it! I think he is amazing. Greetings to all the Pink Floyd fans.
Sean Chambers
Sean Chambers 26 dias atrás
As a drummer myself, I’ll tell you what Nick does is incredible. Understated, sure, but as close to perfect as you’ll ever see. He doesn’t beat the hell out of the skins, but he plays them instrumentally, adding to the melody. It’s truly genius.
Martin Leach
Martin Leach Mês atrás
Technically not the best, instantly recognizable, a specific style, perfect for PF.
Alex Xender
Alex Xender 16 dias atrás
Comfortably numb ( pulse edition) gives me the chill everytime. Final solo is just crazy!
Kevin Lalague
Kevin Lalague 3 meses atrás
I`m really surprised that the Great Gig in the sky wasn`t mentioned. It is for me not only Pink Floyd`s best songs, but one of the finest pop songs ever made. It has such a unique and distinct vibe that I haven`t seen being replicated by other songs/bands yet. Plus, the singular way the singer Claire Tory performs and the fact that this song has no lyrics gives it a crazy amount of drama, power and complexity that is mindblowing. A truly unique and timeless masterpiece.
Kevin Lalague
Kevin Lalague Dia atrás
@DJ Robot Citizen I totally disagree with this statement . The Great gig in the Sky has all of the essence of a Pink Floyd song but elevated to perfection with the help of a very creative and talented singer how was able to clearly understand the concept behind the song and in response offer these amazing complex vocals in only two takes. It is definitely a collaborative work, but it doesn't mean that it is less Pink Floyd than the other songs. It just makes the final product more rich and profound.
DJ Robot Citizen
DJ Robot Citizen Dia atrás
consisting of some piano and a wailing diva who wasn't in the band ... It's not really Pink Floyd but a side step.
Alex Highman
Alex Highman 3 meses atrás
@Kevin Lalague Nope They played her for chord structure, and then she rift over it on the first cut. She then said she could do better, but they all said it was brilliant so what you’re listening to is the very first time she ever laid down her vocals have a look on the dark side of the Moon documentary it tells the story there
Ricardo Hernandez
Ricardo Hernandez 3 meses atrás
Agreed! The singer just came and was ready in two shots! Besides the intense melody and harmonics.... I thought would be mentioned at some point. Anyway, hard to pick just one song, PF is just amazing and inspiring band...
sabre0461 3 meses atrás
Absolutely my favorite!
Daniel Carter
Daniel Carter Mês atrás
I remember when I saw Floyd in 94 and they played "Shine On You Crazy Dimons," and Gilmur hit that cord. The whole stadium erupted in applause and cheering that cord basically felt like they cracked the stadium open
David Rushworth
David Rushworth 16 dias atrás
I love the Floyd t bits , but Gilmours guitar solo at the end of Poles Apart is sublime
Mobby74 2 meses atrás
My picks : 1. The mysterious "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" 2. The scary: "Careful with that Ax Eugene", especially the Pompei version 3. The revolutionary "We don't Need No Education", the sound of the kids is killing in this one 4. The double-sided "Echoes", with most classical drums intros by Nick Mason on "Pompei" video 5. The machine-like "Welcome to the Machine"
Psychotic Smith
Psychotic Smith 14 dias atrás
Echoes is probably their greatest song. It set the stage and template for everything that followed and was the moment when they really figured out where they wanted to go.
rico387 Mês atrás
I've seen The Wall and Animals live and Dogs was the song that left us in awe.
MGM Lioness
MGM Lioness 3 meses atrás
Great Gig in the Sky is my favorite. The singer was told to sing how she thought it might feel like to experience death. Most times, when I listen to it, I end up in tears or close to it. What a brilliant idea they had with that one
Eddie Beaty
Eddie Beaty Mês atrás
Absolutely brilliant and moving song.
Vladimir Pavlović
Vladimir Pavlović 3 meses atrás
Best song, not just of Pink Floyd,, just there is no song to compare. I'm dieing with that voice!
Bruce Niederer
Bruce Niederer 3 meses atrás
When I saw them in Detroit when they were touring to support Dark Side of the Moon they had a black female soloist for great gig in the sky, but the original singer was an English white woman. Kinda a cool Floyd history.
Abbadingo 3 meses atrás
@Mr. BooYa Vegetable Man!
Guitar Ninja
Guitar Ninja 3 meses atrás
When I listen to that song, I feel like my ears are dying
Mark Doty
Mark Doty 11 dias atrás
I hate to say Comfortably Numb because so many people will say it , but it is true. 2 incredible guitar solos and it takes you to another level.
andre smelvær
andre smelvær 25 dias atrás
I think DOGS are one of pink floyds most underated songs. But for me it´s one of my favoritts. Specially the live version by Roger Waters.
Linda Williams
Linda Williams Mês atrás
I have listened to PF so much, I cannot pick. It is the soundtrack of my life. The best.....David Gilmour. So great and such a humble human being. Love Him ❤. But part of the whole, all add to the greatness.
Obi Juan
Obi Juan Mês atrás
Watch at minute 20:20 as Rick goes into Shine On You Crazy Diamond; he started the song with Gilmours lead and Rick goes brain dead for a few seconds. That’s a powerful song,
Patrick Crowther
Patrick Crowther Mês atrás
‘Us and Them’ would have been my choice. It’s always been my favourite.
Scouser 3 meses atrás
Comfortably Numb is my favourite Pink Floyd song. The two guitar solos are probably the best ever and I love the lyrics. This is a historically brilliant song.
TJMiton 2 meses atrás
Yeah, while there are a LOT of truly excellent Pink Floyd songs, this is a no contest for me, Comfortably Numb, especially the live Pulse version, is just perfect.
Duff01 3 meses atrás
@Sister Rose right now,the only music legend i need to see now is Paul mccarthney. I dont mind spending 2 000 dollars if i knew that was my only possibility in my life before he is gone. he means everything to be, and imagine telling ur grandchildren u have seen a beatle alive, wow. ive seen ringo starr tho )
Sister Rose
Sister Rose 3 meses atrás
@Tyrone Jeff O'Reilly Ramirez it's the stuff of superb memories my friend :)
Sister Rose
Sister Rose 3 meses atrás
@Duff01 yeah I consider myself very fortunate that I live in UK... however it was insanely difficult to get David Gilmour tickets that year and it was actually cheaper for me to have a minibreak in Toronto than buy a 700 quid ticket for London and need train and accomm lol
Sister Rose
Sister Rose 3 meses atrás
@Duff01 it's a very dystopian sounding song too!
Trim Reaper
Trim Reaper 22 dias atrás
Great list. My favorite Floyd song is Time. The 2 and a half minute intro is great but when the song kicks in it really hits you. The solo in the middle is great then at the end they bring you back to Breathe. The song is like a journey. Plus the lyrics are so relatable to me the older i get
That's Rich
That's Rich Mês atrás
Depending on my life/mood at the time, my choices would vary greatly. But that's what makes the best music. Artistry that can speak to a troubled soul as easily as a soul filled with joy. Pink Floyd covers the spectrum and each work is a journey of mastery and communication. Luckily we don't have to choose. We can have them all.
jcoady 8 dias atrás
Since about 1980 or so I have been going back and forth between Comfortably Numb and Wish You Were Here as my favourite PF song (I always lean towards WYWH) - it is a fools errand (I think WYWH has a slightly better lyric). I'm still undecided - which is great. As an aside, me, as a laid-back, never get jacked guy back in the day, had a panic attack in 2000 - shockingly! A huge part of my recovery was listening to Animals (a lot), which is far and away my favourite PF album. But, no song in Animals is better than these two.
Jayadev Menon
Jayadev Menon 25 dias atrás
Love that song .... Us & Them ... so evocative. Anthem-like! I first heard Dark Side of the Moon in 1977 ... it was my intro to rock music ... how awesome is that. Can't say how many times I've heard that album since then. Probably the best rock album ever made. The way you were emoting in this video to the opening track of that album, Breathe, was how I felt when I first heard it. It was a totally different kind of music ... surreal, special, sublime!! It's tough to say which is my favourite Floyd song, even a shortlisting of 5 is difficult. But, let me list five that first popped into my head 1. Time 2. Comfortably Numb 3. Wish you were here 4. Pigs 5. Us and them Given a chance I would squeeze in 10 more. :) From the late 60s through to 1980 they made their best music. Love the reverence and joy with which you presented those songs.
Deaddoc Really Deaddoc
Pink Floyd has always been one of my favorite bands, and Meddle is probably my favorite album. I actually owe credit to "Time" for "inspiring" me, or rather compelling me to get back into college and complete grad school.
Guitar Mini Originals
Guitar Mini Originals 3 meses atrás
For me it’s Time. It includes a personal connection to general relativity and actually makes you feel the time that passed in your life just listening to the song. On top of that, the solos that include key change feel like a sad introspective journey. It’s one of my favorite songs of all time.
Søren Rohmann-Sønderby
Yeah since I heard it first time, (no pun intended) Time has been my favorite Pink Floyd song, as well as my favorite song overall!
Maeby Baby
Maeby Baby 3 meses atrás
Yep, time is what you can never get back once you've wasted it listening to Floyd. Haha!
Daniel N
Daniel N 3 meses atrás
My thoughts exactly. Best Pink Floyd song ever!
Matt Blatchley
Matt Blatchley 3 meses atrás
correct answer objectively
Mike Watts
Mike Watts 3 meses atrás
I agree with Time. It has literally every aspect of what makes Pink Floyd great. Dreamy chorus, great guitar solo, those great female backing vocals.
Cristian Baluta
Cristian Baluta 28 dias atrás
Gunner's dream is one of my favourites. You ca't say about Pink Floyd that they have a single greatest song
DJ Robot Citizen
DJ Robot Citizen Dia atrás
good choice. The whole 'Final Cut' album is excellent, though 'Not Now John', which caught my ears as a 13yo, I can do without hearing that again; it comes across as too boisterous and buffoonish, like The Nile Song.
Michael Cortese
Michael Cortese 2 meses atrás
You know they're an incredible band when you can one up each of their 10/10 songs with another 10/10 song
Stefan Malschofsky
Stefan Malschofsky Mês atrás
Confortably Numb is my most loved song, the most emotional Guitar Solo ever
Martin Leach
Martin Leach Mês atrás
Floyd are brilliant because of Waters lyrics, Gilmour’s guitar, and Wright’s unique chords.
T Mst
T Mst 26 dias atrás
As I begin watching I hope that "Shine On pt 3" is finally recognized as the jazz-rock fusion it is.
Derek Bolli
Derek Bolli 3 meses atrás
"Shine On You Crazy Diamond" is their greatest song for me. Quality and quantity in abundance. Amazing when you consider the struggle they endured to record it. "OK, who's been playing with the echo returns?" 🙂
Freeman 3 meses atrás
@tarkett85 You're right about the resemblance to a classical piece, which is probably what makes Shine On so different among Floyd's numbers. However, if we don't call it a song, then what is it? Although it's mostly instrumental, it won't make it into the instrumental category because it has 3 verses of words. Those words are Water's lyrics that resonate the most with me, telling a poetic story of the loss of their bandmate. The instrumental sections are not filler sections: they paint a musical landscape which build up to and ebb away from the words, giving them stronger emotional impact. I feel that Rick was struggling to explain why he doesn't call this a song, and his argument wasn't convincing. Maybe it doesn't follow the traditional song structure, but if we use a loose definition of the word song, I think it fits in. Actually, in my opinion, it's the best song of all time!
zztuber 3 meses atrás
Chris Cheetham
Chris Cheetham 3 meses atrás
I agree with you Derek. Your avatar is also their best album.
Todd 3 meses atrás
@tarkett85 Nah, it's just prog rock.
Ryan McFeely
Ryan McFeely 2 dias atrás
I love how you say in your videos “said year was a great year for music”! I was born in 95, but raised on the classics. It’s nice to hear you reference time periods along with what music was doing in that time
Jim Pook
Jim Pook Mês atrás
First record I ever bought was Pink Floyd's Umma Gumma. I've loved Pink Floyd's music ever since. My favorite album has to be Wish You Were Here.
Ian Young
Ian Young Mês atrás
Agree entirely with you Rick, Dark Side and Wish You Were Here are magnificent but my favourite is Meddle, going from not great writing to coming up with Echoes was their greatest leap forward and set them up for Dark Side and the rest.
Misner 7 dias atrás
Great choices and breakdown of the songs. One of my personal favorites that was not on there is "One of My Turns" from the Wall
82nd Airborne Vet
82nd Airborne Vet Mês atrás
One of my most favorite groups of all time! So many great songs it is way too difficult to choose best or favorite. They have a song for any mood or occasion!
wgb01001 3 meses atrás
Shine On is their greatest song. Not just musically, but those have to be Roger’s best-ever lyrics. Plus the subject matter, harkening back to the band’s very origin. Just perfect. THAT SAID, Animals is my favorite album by them and contains Roger’s best-ever singing.
Moondawg369 3 meses atrás
Like best bands best songs to me are tied. Shine is one of 5 or so Floyd songs, that hit all of my needs from skin chills to happy ears and a full heart, they just do it all. Cheers !
J2 3 meses atrás
Agreed. 100%
Soups 3 meses atrás
Service Dog
Service Dog 3 meses atrás
Always considered Animals their most underrated album. With DSOTM, WYWH and The Wall it gets lost in the mix. Animals and Zep 4 got me thru Desert Storm.
Blackstrat 3 meses atrás
@Carl Marks Yep,completely agree.
Fly Lord
Fly Lord Mês atrás
I love all these songs. Wonderful.
Mel Martinez
Mel Martinez Mês atrás
Rick - I absolutely love your energy and attitude about music. Great job here of handling an impossible task (choosing greatest from a bunch of greats). I don't know if I could choose just one.
Kirk Wagner
Kirk Wagner Mês atrás
My first reaction to this is "You're wrong." Doesn't matter what song(s) you pick, because you will always leave out something. Pink Floyd has too much great stuff to pick any single "best." However, I've enjoyed seeing you try, as it was an excuse to revisit all these wonderful works. Thank you.
Analog Kid Digital Man
I think you’re right, that Comfortably Numb is the best. My list would be something like: 1. Comfortably Numb 2. High Hopes 3. Wish You Were Here 4. One Slip 5. Us and Them 6. Time 7. A Great Day for Freedom 8. Run Like Hell But it really depends on my mood. 🤷🏼‍♂️
Patrick Hazlehurst
Patrick Hazlehurst 25 dias atrás
Hey Rick, great video about one of the best bands ever. You haven't ever mentioned Mother from The Wall, which I think is very nearly as good as Comfortably Numb. I love the way it ends with the first line of a verse, and just dies away. Brilliant. Love your enthusiasm by the way.
Anthony Knox
Anthony Knox 3 meses atrás
Childhood's End, from Obscured by Clouds- such an underrated album, and seldom mentioned.
Zapple 02
Zapple 02 3 meses atrás
@Bob Bab yeah, it suits my inverse snobbery down to the ground as it's my 3rd most fav album of all time...😄
Tony Brown
Tony Brown 3 meses atrás
Childhoods End is one of my favourites, more so for the lyrics and singing than the music. Dave has such a great voice.
groucho77 3 meses atrás
And coincidentally the last time Gilmour was able to pen lyrics to a song that Roger allowed to be put on an album. Very underrated tune indeed
Bob Bab
Bob Bab 3 meses atrás
It's a strangely good album that no one ever talks about, including Floyd members as far as I can tell!
Zapple 02
Zapple 02 3 meses atrás
@yes indeed agreed 100%
Penny Heffelfinger
Penny Heffelfinger Mês atrás
Comfortably numb is one of my favorite songs ever! You play it, automatic, goosebumps… And the lyrics are so sad, beautiful uplifting it’s a story right there in the song! I agree with your definition of a song you have to be able to sing it… And I love singing comfortably numb, so exquisite!
Yaan Ts'udənbesdai
I would rate Comfortably Numb as one of my top favorites.
Indira Redman
Indira Redman 2 meses atrás
I really love the flow in Dark Side Of The Moon
JustSomeDude 27 dias atrás
It is truly something sublime that so many of us shared.
Danniielle OConnor
Danniielle OConnor Mês atrás
Great video as usual Rick! I have to say that I totally agree with you on every point regarding Comfortably Numb. I'm a huge Pink Floyd fan and have been for decades. I have all of their commercially released albums and a few rarities, some on multiple formats from DVDa (Alan Parsons Quad mix of DSOTM), open reel, vinyl and cassette to CD, SACD, DTS-CD and various digital file formats. I engineered for a tribute band called Think Floyd a few years back and built a discreet surround PA system for their live gigs. That was loads of fun! Anyway, I digress. Love your work and your ear for detail is inspiring.
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