Pink Floyd - Have A Cigar album flac
|A||Fuma Un Puro (Have A Cigar)||3:29|
|B||Bienvenidos A La Maquina (Welcome To The Machine)||7:25|
- Manufactured By – CBS/Columbia Internacional, S.A.
- Producer – Pink Floyd
Notes(P) Pink Floyd Music Publishers Inc. (BMI)
|3-10248||Pink Floyd||Have A Cigar / Welcome To The Machine (7", Single)||Columbia||3-10248||US||1975|
|3-10248||Pink Floyd||Have A Cigar (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Columbia||3-10248||US||1975|
|3-10248||Pink Floyd||Have A Cigar (7", Single, Styrene)||Columbia||3-10248||US||1975|
|SOPB 347||ピンク・フロイド* = Pink Floyd||ピンク・フロイド* = Pink Floyd - 葉巻はいかが = Have A Cigar (7", Promo)||CBS/Sony||SOPB 347||Japan||1975|
|SSC.1413||Pink Floyd||Have A Cigar / Welcome To The Machine (7", Single)||CBS||SSC.1413||South Africa||1975|
Have A Cigar" was released on Pink Floyd's ninth studio album, Wish You Were Here, in the fall of 1975
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The third track of Pink Floyd’s 1975 album Wish You Were Here. Written by bassist and singer Roger Waters, Have a Cigar is the band’s satirical assault on greasy music industry A&R types, dudes who love money and want to turn great songs into monsters. This is the only track in the album with a guest lead singer, Roy Harper, for Waters and David Gilmour couldn’t agree on which version sounded better, a solo of each or a duet, so the band went after Harper as he recorded in Abbey Road
Pink Floyd hated to record industry and was especially peeved when their label kept bugging them for a huge follow-up to their Dark Side of the Moon album. Roger Waters wrote the lyrics, which contain every cliché he could think of that record company executives use on new bands: "You're gonna go far," "I'll tell you the name of the game," "You're going to make it," etc. One of the lyrics is "By the way, which one's Pink?" This is a question many people in the music industry asked the band over the years. Armand from Waterloo, CanadaAlso, a live version of Have A Cigar exists on a bootleg somewhere, with the vocals being done by Waters himself. It's very low-qual, but worth a listen. Armand from Waterloo, CanadaIf you look at the album as a whole, you can see how it is all Syd's story.
Lyrics to "Have A Cigar" song by Pink Floyd: Come in here, dear boy, have a cigar. We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, You owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count. Everybody else is just green, Have you seen the chart? It's a hell of a start, It could be made into a monster If we all pull together as a team. And did we tell you the name of the game, boy? We call it Riding the Gravy Train.
Have a Cigar" is the third track on Pink Floyd's 1975 album Wish You Were Here. It follows "Welcome to the Machine" and on the original LP opened side two. In some markets, the song was issued as a single. The song, written by Waters, is his own critique of the music industry at the time, and the hypocrisy of the band's record label to continue releasing more material.
Have a Cigar (оригинал Pink Floyd). Бери сигару (перевод Илья Тимофеев). Come in here, dear boy, have a cigar. Заходи, дорогой, бери сигару. You're gonna go far, Ты далеко пойдёшь. You're gonna fly high, Ты высоко взлетишь. Мы наслышаны о полных залах. You gotta get an album out. Вы обязаны выпустить альбом. You owe it to the people. Вы в долгу перед людьми. Мы так счастливы, мы сбились со счёта. Everybody else is just green, Остальные просто зеленеют от зависти. Have you seen the chart?
Pink Floyd – Have a Cigar. Come in here, dear boy, have a cigar You're gonna go far, you're gonna fly You're never gonna die You're gonna make it if you try They're gonna love you Well I've always had a deep respect And I mean that most sincere The band is just fantastic That is really what I think Oh by the. way, which one's pink? And did we tell you the name of the game, boy We call it 'riding the gravy train'. We're just knocked out We heard about the sell out You gotta get an album out You owe it to the people We're so happy we can hardly count Everybody else is just green Have you seen the chart? It's a helluva start It could be made into a monster If we all pull together as a team And did we tell you the name of the game, boy We call it 'riding the gravy train'.
Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 12 September 1975 through Harvest Records and Columbia Records, their first release for the latter. Based on material Pink Floyd composed while performing in Europe, Wish You Were Here was recorded over numerous sessions throughout 1975, at Abbey Road Studios in London.
Album: A Foot In the Door: The Best of Pink Floyd, 2011.