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  • The name Pink Floyd, seemingly so far-out, was actually derived from the first names of two ancient bluesmen (Pink Anderson and Floyd Council).

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  • 1986, Roger Waters sues former bandmates David Gilmour and Nick Mason to stop them from using the name Pink Floyd … the suit fails and Floyd shines on …

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  • To paraphrase Pink Floyd, "Desperation is the Obama way."

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  • Keith Mears there by both of its bounty with a saxophone which refers to the sound of Pink Floyd (always in the progressive rock saxophone will remember Pink Floyd, which is fine.)

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  • Meanwhile, Waters toured to promote Radio K.A.O.S. but he wasn't called Pink Floyd so nobody gave a hoot.

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  • The ruling appears to be a win for artists, such as Pink Floyd, who say record labels should respect the artistic integrity of albums by selling them online only as complete works.

    Pink Floyd Wins Suit Over Downloads

  • Under another scenario, Citigroup's bankers could offer to cancel debt in return for taking control of EMI's music publishing arm, which owns the rights to albums by artists such as Pink Floyd and The Beatles and is valued at more than $2bn.

    Warner 'plans $750m bid' for EMI's recorded music division

  • His influences were 1970s acts -- such as Pink Floyd, Soft Machine, Mike Oldfield, Yes and King Crimson -- that found streams of influence in classical music, the Beatles, Frank Zappa, orchestral jazz, soundscapes and elsewhere.

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  • Theyloved having fun, loved reading, laughing, loved music including rock groups, such as Pink Floyd, especially their 'The Dark Side of the Moon' and 'The Wall' albums.

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  • They have a very ecclectic sound, inspired by classic musicians such as Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Black Crows, Eric Clapton, and many others.

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