Check out two best Rock N’ Roll drummers of all-time, John Bonham of Led Zeppelin and Keith Moon of The Who wearing the same Snoopy Peanuts Sweatshirt!!!
The FEELNUMB.COM Guitar Amp T-Shirt. Based on the spray painted amplifiers from the Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii film we have teamed up with Worn Free to create the first ever feelnumb.com t-shirt.
“TRUMP ERES UN PENDEJO” in Mexican slang roughly translates to “Trump You Are An Idiot”. On October 9, 2016 at the Desert Trip “Oldchella” concert in Indio, California, Waters continued his attack on “The Donald” using plain old english and delivered the message via his inflatable pig. No need for translation this time.
When Pink Floyd released “Animals” in January of 1977, the album had a very strange track listing. It only had a total of 5 songs and two of them Pigs on the Wing (Part 1 & Part 2) were each only 1:25 long. Because of the strange track listing and because of 8-track technology Floyd had to make a special version of Pigs on a Wing by linking part 2 and part 1 with a guitar solo.
Sometimes a photo strikes a chord with me and I just need to figure out everything about it. This photoshopped early Pink Floyd photo of Syd Barrett and Roger Waters was one of those photos…
Almost all of the Pink Floyd album covers were created by Storm Thorgerson, a founder member of graphic art group Hipgnosis until Roger Waters had a falling out with him before “The Wall” album. When their 12th studio album “The Final Cut” was released on March 21, 1983, Waters created the not so impressive album cover himself.
This story began when I saw this photo of a bad ass Volkswagon Bus with The Beatles logo painted on the side.
Rogers Waters and one of his inflatable pigs used during “The Wall” tour has come under a bit of scrutiny lately for including a Jewish “Star of David” symbol amongst the graffitti painted on the boar.
I just came across the cool picture of Roger Waters taken in 1980 that shows him wearing a shirt with the criss cross hammers logo from Pink Floyd – The Wall Film.
Not long ago I wrote a story about a photo taken 1976 of Paul McCartney and David Gilmour sharing a joint at a concert. In the photo Gilmour is wearing a colorful and very distinctive Dallas Cowboys shirt with the number 56 on it.