Stegzy's Music Project

A commentary on Stegzy's album collection

Atom Heart Mother – Pink Floyd [#103]

on August 13, 2014

Screen Shot 2014-07-26 at 08.50.13Atom Heart Mother by Pink Floyd

AHM is clearly a fixed point in Pink Floyd history. It shows the fledgeling dissolution of the psychedelic Post Barratt years and emergence of the Waters era.

This would be an unusual album to start with on any  aural discovery voyage of the works of Pink Floyd but it depends on what aspect of music you approach it from. The first track, Atom Heart Mother is an instrumental with accompanying brass band while the final track, the quirkily titled Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast is one of those experiments with sound which some listeners might switch off from.

I like it. I also have a limited edition Trance Remix version of this album which even better.

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One response to “Atom Heart Mother – Pink Floyd [#103]

  1. […] Bell just proved that there was still a lot to be produced and earlier albums like Atom Heart Mother and A Saucerful of Secrets proved there was a lot more to […]

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