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  Pink (musician)
Pink (real name Alecia Moore) (born September 8, 1979) is a pop star who gained prominence in early January of 2000.
Pink began her career as an R&B; and hip-hop musician, with no real control over her sound or her image, which included bright pink hair.
However, Pink did not let the single's failure get her down; she worked on a new album with Orbit and Perry, which was released at the end of 2003 under the title Try This.
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 Pink (musician): Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Pink (musician)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pink, whose real name is Alecia Moore, is a pop star who gained prominence in early January of 2000.
Pink began her career as an R&B and hip-hop musician, with no real control over her sound or her image, which included bright pink hair.
Together, Pink and Perry co-wrote and co-produced most of the tracks on Pink's sophomore album, Missundaztood[?], which was released in early 2002.
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 David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) in Musician: August 1992
The Waters concepts that built pink Floyd were themselves built on small moments, on details of everyday confrontation; Dave's lyrics toy with generalities, though they are rendered somewhat less pointedly than his personal views of his life and band.
MUSICIAN: If there was a formula for the Floyd, 'Murder "fits it: a plaintive acoustic section, a statement, a sudden band entry, some kind of guitar solo and a restatement of a more universal theme based on the first.
MUSICIAN: Except simply the fact that you could both have gone on to solo careers and left Pink Floyd, the creative dynamic between you, as a very pleasing piece of history.
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 Encyclopedia: Pink (musician)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Named #12 in the UK Music Hall of Fame of the 21st century, her vocal skills have often been compared to that of the late Janis Joplin of whom Pink cites as one of her idols.
MUSICIAN: On "Sorrow, "where everything "flows to an oily sea, "I was thinking of your friend Pete Townshend's river motif You guys both own floating recording studios that moor on the Thames, and the river figures in pretty prominently.
MUSICIAN: The potency of your creative relationship would lead an outsider to think that maybe his not wanting you to continue Pink Floyd was simply because he didn't want to see it exist without the Roger Waters/David Gilmour collaboration-nor just because he thought it shouldn't go on without him.
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 Station Information - Pink (musician)
She is better known as Pink, a pop star who gained prominence in early January of 2000.
Tired of being marketed as a white hip-hop and R&B singer, and eager to become a more serious songwriter and musician, Pink sought the help of former Four Non Blondes vocalist, Linda Perry.
However, Pink did not let the single's failure get her down; she is currently working on a new album with Orbit and Perry, to be released some time next year.
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 Pink pictures, posters, photos, interviews and wallpapers.
With a shock of pink hair, sharply focused blue eyes hinting of a rebellious streak and an abundance of self-confidence, but she is also a bewildered girl who is just now finding her place on this planet, a strong person with a million lessons to teach and even more to learn.
And thus, Pink is filled with self-discovery, having written over half of the dozen songs on her self-titled album herself, Pink offers insight into her tumultuous world where life is not always flowers and chocolate.
Pink began writing songs to display her vocal ability and love of the pop side of RandB at a feverish pace.
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 Pink (musician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The lighter version claims that she had her pants pulled down by a boy at a YMCA summer camp when she was a teenager, and her face turned bright pink out of embarrassment.
Pink began her career as an RandB and hip-hop musician.
A DVD containing concert footage of Pink's Try This European Tour is also planned to be released around the same time as her new album and the horror movie "Catacombs".
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 Musician Magazine, February 1991   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1967 Pink Floyd epitomized the emerging revolution that had already transformed the look, sound and message of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and other established pop idols.
The first Pink Floyd album, The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn - recorded in the same Abbey Road building and at virtually the same time as The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - entranced listeners with its innovative blend of lyrical fantasy, melodic pop inventiveness, spaced-out improvisation and surreal sound effects.
Pink Floyd had been invited to make three consecutive appearances on the televised hit-parade countdown "Top Of The Pops." For their first performance, Barrett and his bandmembers were arrayed in satins and velvets from the exclusive pop-star boutiques that lined the King's Road.
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 Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
Pink, a male singer, composer, musician and producer who is based in Los Angeles, provides songs that are melodic, catchy and familiar--songs that, in their own unorthodox way, recall the most immediate, accessible, straight-forward FM pop-rock of the �70s and..
Pink, a male singer, composer, musician and producer who is based in Los Angeles, provides songs that are melodic, catchy and familiar--songs that, in their own unorthodox way, recall the most immediate, accessible, straight-forward FM pop-rock of the �70s and �80s.
At times, Pink (who plays guitar, bass and keyboards) sounds like he is singing into a mono cassette recorder in a basement or a garage back in 1977--he really goes out of his way to sound as underproduced and demo-like as possible.
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 ARIEL PINK house
Pink, a male singer, composer, musician and producer who is based in Los Angeles, provides songs that are melodic, catchy and familiar; songs that, in their own unorthodox way, recall the most immediate, accessible, straight-forward FM pop-rock of the '70s and '80s.
As a songwriter, Pink has a real sense of pop-rock craftsmanship, but his very muddy way of producing and his oddball, kooky sound effects make the late '90s and early 2000s recordings of Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti (which is really the name of a project, not an actual group) sound highly eccentric.
At times, Pink (who plays guitar, bass and keyboards) sounds like he is singing into a mono cassette recorder in a basement or a garage back in 1977; he really goes out of his way to sound as underproduced and demo-like as possible.
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 Neptune Pink Floyd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dormitory windows are festooned with bouquets of pink balloons and announcements of "post Pink" parties; and at least one campus bar attempts to lure customers with the promise of pink beer.
("Is *he* in Pink Floyd?" a teenage girl in the audience asks eagerly.) After rowing down the Thames to appropriately aquatic sound effects from the quad PA, Iddens treades his canoe for a plane that soars out of the screen and across the stadium during Learning to Fly.
Thus was Pink Floyd's inscrutable anonymity shattered by the barrage of attacks and counter- attacks.
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 The Pink Floyd Who is who - G
Jazz pianist and avant garde musician became acknowledged for the album 'A Raising Of The Eyebrows' in the mid-sixties.
The influence of Ron Geesin to Pink Floyd is very clear on Atom Heart Mother where he is credited as composer and musician.
James Guthrie produced the Roger Waters 2000 live-album In The Flesh and the Pink Floyd compilation Echoes.
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 Pink (musician): biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Alecia Moore (born September 8, 1979 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania (additional info and facts about Doylestown, Pennsylvania)), better known by her stage name P!nk (also written as Pink), is an American (A native or inhabitant of the United States) singer (A person who sings) who gained prominence in early January of 2000.
Pink began her career as an R&B (additional info and facts about R&B) and hip-hop (An urban youth culture associated with rap music and the fashions of African-American residents of the inner city) musician (Someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)).
The song also topped the charts in Australia (A nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony) with the soundtrack being the best selling album of 2001 in that country.
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 Musician, December 1982
Pink Floyd's singer-bassist-songwriter also spent a lot of time afterward brooding on what his fame had done to him and how he came to such a scary pass.
It may not be the last word on Pink Floyd, but at least it's one less brick in the wall.
But if Pink Floyd, through their pioneering use of light shows and psychedelic theatrics, came to represent the scene, Syd Barrett surely represented its soul.
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 Editorial #1
After over 14 years as an intrigal part of Pink Floyd, all the while, Rick Wright is being used to give validity to Pink Floyds' existence and increase Dave Gilmours bank account.
Dave talks as if he has the right to carry on as Pink Floyd (even if alone!) because he spent all these years at it, as if he was the only one.
His ideals are not the ideals for which Pink Floyd once stood, but are ideals of pure dollar signs.
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 Pink - Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pink is a color sometimes described as being a light red.
The stage name of a popular singer; see Pink (musician).
A term describing the use of pinking shears on fabric.
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 Pink @ Soundbug
Her first album, Can't Take Me Home, was a modest success, due to the huge pop and rhythmic radio hit singles "There You Go" (hit #3 in July of 2000) and "Most Girls" (#2, in November 2000).
In the summer of 2003, Pink returned with a new single from Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle, "Feel Good Time".
Coincidentally, "Pink" is also the name of a fictitious musician in Pink Floyd's The Wall.
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 Pink Floyd Interview, August 1988, Musician Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dormitory windows are festooned with bouquets of pink balloons and announcements of "post-Pink" parties; and at least one campus bar attempts to lure customers with the promise of pink beer.
Thus was Pink Floyd's inscrutable anonymity shattered by the barrage of attacks and counterattacks.
By the time Pink Floyd hits its next city, the normally smooth-running tour has taken such a farcical turn that the band is now calling it Spinal Tap.
www.brain-damage.co.uk /interviews/pfmus0888.html   (5361 words)

  
 Featured Artist #7: Pink Floyd - Musician Forums
For Pink Floyd also has one of the great rock histories, with any biography of the band including themes of insanity, inter-band struggling, and extraordinary music put together in the most difficult of circumstances.
Although Pink Floyd is considered by many people to have truly ended after the tour of The Wall, their legend today remains very much intact, with their albums still selling in their tens of thousands.
The members of the band have all had solo careers, of varying success, but compared to the phenomenal sales and acclaim for Pink Floyd, their individual albums are not in the same league, although they are still well worth listening to for fans of the band.
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 David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) in Musician: ca 1987
MUSICIAN: "Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2" is an interesting case in point because it is a very simple song, actually just one verse and a chorus.
MUSICIAN: It's ironic that Pink Floyd has this reputation for being a "space band," making weird music, ma-a-an, because I find Pink Floyd is not so much about weird sounds, but about sound processing.
MUSICIAN: Yet just at the time when Pink Floyd was beginning to develop a new group identity apart from Syd, you released Ummagumma with live "hits," so to speak, and an album of solo tracks from each member As career moves go, you could have done much better.
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 Musician Wanted
Pink's latest creation is definitely NOT a disappointment, in fact we'll say it is better than anything else she's put out.
Pink seems to be exposing a side of herself she didn't or couldn't show on her last album and she's managed to rise above the one-hit wonder status, proving a lot of people wrong while bringing us a follow up album that is better then her debut.
Missunderstood, is a step forward, completely different from her roots, and she has done it with style.
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 Musician.nl
Right before Syd Barrett left Pink Floyd in 1969, he probably thought of asking his bandmates, "Wouldn't you miss me?" Perhaps they did, at least at first, but his absence didn't stop them from recording another 12 albums together.
Now, Barrett again is asking the question on his 22-track greatest hits collection, The Best of Syd Barrett: Wouldn't You Miss Me?, which comes out September 11.
The Brian Jones of Pink Floyd, Barrett was an eccentric, creative and erratic individual who conceived of the band's name and helped shape its early psychedelic pop sound — he wrote most of the group's first album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967).
www.musician.nl /news.php?id=169   (281 words)

  
 Pink @ Filmbug
Alecia Moore is better known as Pink, a pop star who gained prominence in early January of 2000.
Coincidentally, Pink is also the name of a ficticious musician in Pink Floyd's The Wall.
Pink Floyd:Making of the Dark Side of the Moon
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 The Wall Movie: PINK FLOYD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Inspired by Pink Floyd's album of the same name, Pink Floyd: TheWall is a dark, expressionistic musical, told from the point of view of Pink, a depressed rock musician.
The film is structured around Pink's reflections on his life, all of which center on the building of "the wall." This wall is a metaphor for psychological isolation, a barrier Pink creates to distance himself from his pain.
The foundations for this wall are lain in childhood, with the death of Pink's father leaving him to be raised by an overprotective mother and a repressive school system.
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 Xtreme Musician: Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd was formed from a band called the Abdabs that consisted of Roger Waters, Nick Mason, and Rick Wright.
They changed their name to the Pink Floyd Sound, and eventually to Pink Floyd, after two of Barrett's favorite bluesmen, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.
He gave the band a new feel, using the band as his outlet for his childhood angst and other problems he had experienced with his life.
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 The Dark Side of the Forum (Pink Floyd) - Musician Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pink Floyd were arguably one of the more infuential bands of the '60s, '70s and even today.
Time is the greatest Pink Floyd song, amazing piece of artwork, DSOTM is. Took 1 n a half years to make 9 songs.
Pink Floyd is one of my favorite bands and will stay like that for a long long time...
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 Howard Pink Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Howard Pink is a West Coast native, born in Los Angeles, raised in Las Vegas and educated in Arizona.
In that same year, the musician run Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra was formed and joined by Howard, where he has held the position of 4th horn since then.
Outside orchestra activities for Howard include: work with young audiences in a solo show Howard Pink and His Musical Garden Hoses and playing horn with the Fanfare Brass Quintet; a solo show "French Horn a 'Buzzing" for the city of Slidell Department of Culture and performing shows for the Jefferson Parish Department of Education.
www.lpomusic.com /musician/pink.htm   (392 words)

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