Pink Floyd Release Streams The 1987 ‘One Slip’ From “Delicate Sound Of Thunder”

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The group streams a video of the song ‘One Slip’, which is part of the live show that will be released on November 20, the remastered and remixed version of the legendary album ‘Delicate Sound of Thunder’.

‘One Slip’ was one of the pieces on the 1987 album ‘A Momentary Lapse of Reason’, the group’s first without Roger Waters.

The new ‘Delicate Sound of Thunder’ will be released on November 20 was already available in the 2019 ‘The Later Years’ box, but is now released independently. Regarding formats, it will be released on Blu-Ray, DVD, 2CD, triple 180-gram vinyl, and also a 4-disc deluxe edition with bonus tracks.

‘Delicate Sound of Thunder’ restored with the original 35mm negatives and upgraded to 4K resolution quality in great work by Benny Trickett and Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis Studios. The sound was remixed by David Gilmour, Andy Jackson, and Damon Iddins.

The concert was recorded at Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum in August 1988, being conducted by Wayne Isham.

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