Best albums of 2014: Pink Floyd - The Endless River


Best albums of 2014: Pink Floyd - The Endless River
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Concert Monkey takes a look at 20 of the best albums of 2014

Not a countdown. Not a Top 20.

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A recent video overtook all possible reviews to this album and make my own superflous. It’s an interview with David Gilmour and Nick Mason talking about the album, its concept, Rick Wright’s contribution and more. Just some insights here but you can watch the noteworthy 9 minutes of the video below.


The Endless River is the first album in 20 years, after The Division Bell and it’s the first album since Richard Wright passed away. It mostly contains material composed during the session of The Division Bells which was mostly recorded in 1993. The plan at that time was to make The Division Bell a double album, half of it with songs and half more ambiental, but the purely instrumental passages remained unused. Until this release


More on the concept behind and why this is going to be the last Pink Floyd album: 

Pink Floyd - Exclusive Amazon Q&A. David and Nick answer questions on ‘The Endless River