Original Release Date: November 10, 2014
Total Length: 52:54
From an Amazon Reviewer:
“Beautiful, almost haunting. One could watch the boat moving across the clouds like a screen saver whilst the music is playing. A homeage not to just Richard Wright, but a salute in bits and peices to the Pink Floyd career. A touch of Echoes, Meddle, Wish You Were Here etc. An alleged sequel to The Division Bell. All the elements are there. Meticulously made, ambiant at the start, relaxing. A fitting tribute to a much underated Richard Wright. A fitting tribute to David Gilmour and Nick Mason too.
If I had only one complaint it would be this. In the booklet they rightly pay homeage to Storm with his epitaph, it is a shame that Richard Wright did not also have one there right above him. Speaking of Storm, the covers are a perfect homeage to him and the artist is exremely talented and grabbed the feel of Floyd. This will be an album that if it doesn’t grab you the first time, it most certainly will the 2nd or 3rd. Already residing in my Car CD player along with the remastered Division Bell.
Thank you Pink Floyd for all those years of enjoyment and pleasure. David, Nick, Richard and Roger too. You all arrived in the music scene at the right time and changed it for the better. I am 54 and until I die, I will always have your music with me, giving me inspiration.”