Uncut charts the creation of Pink Floyd’s new album, The Endless River, in the cover story of our new issue, dated November 2014 and out now.

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Uncut charts the creation of Pink Floyd’s new album, The Endless River, in the cover story of our new issue, dated November 2014 and out now.



We uncover the record’s extraordinary journey, from vintage organ jams in the Royal Albert Hall to present-day goings-on in London recording studios and a houseboat on the Thames.

“It is a tribute to Rick Wright,” acknowledges Gilmour. “I mean, to me… it’s very evocative and emotional in a lot of moments and certainly listening to all the stuff made me regret his passing all over again, and this is the last chance someone will get to hear him just playing along with us in that way that he did.”

The album is released on November 10, and has been produced by Phil Manzanera, Youth and Andy Jackson.

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