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Rattle That Lock is the fourth solo studio album by Pink Floyd singer and guitarist David Gilmour. It was originally released in September 2015, on the label Columbia. Gilmour completed short tours of Europe in September and October 2015 and South America in December 2015 to support the album, with a similar tour of the United States and Canada following in March and April 2016.
Rattle That Lock, which was written over a five year period, is the fourth solo album by Pink Floyd guitarist/lyricist David Gilmour. It was released on the 18th of September, 2015. The production was similar to that of the most recent, and final, Pink Floyd album, The Endless River, in the sense that the recording and production took place in a combination of the same two studios. The album features orchestral performances from the Liberty Choir, an organisation that helps inmates. His cooperation with the choir stemmed from his son’s experiences.
Rattle That Lock is more rock-oriented than that record. There are three instrumental cuts, which float somewhere between the ethereal and the concrete, but it's the songs featuring Gilmour's voice that invite, for better or worse, the Pink Floyd comparisons. The title track recalls the band's '80s and '90s work, when they were trying to carve out a new identity following Waters' departure; the biting guitar that caps "Dancing Right in Front of Me" is vintage Gilmour; and "Today" chugs along with Animals-era punch
David Gilmour is the debut solo studio album by Pink Floyd guitarist and co-lead vocalist David Gilmour. The album was released in May and June 1978 in the United Kingdom and the United States, respectively. The album reached number 17 in the UK and number 29 on the Billboard US album charts; it was certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. The album was produced by Gilmour, and consists mostly of blues, guitar oriented rock songs except for the piano-dominated ballad "So Far Away".
Release Date: Sep 18, 2015 Record label: Columbia Genre(s): Jazz, Pop/Rock, Blues-Rock, Album Rock, Art Rock, Prog-Rock. 68 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Rattle That Lock - Fairly Good, Based on 11 Critics. David Gilmour’s fourth solo album is loosely based on the contrasting thoughts and feelings all of us have in the course of a single day: as a result, it’s a largely reflective work that dwells on fleeting youth, ageing, and death. Marking it out, however, is how sprightly it all is.
The follow-up to On an Island (2006), Rattle That Lock even includes a piece of music - the rolling piano intro to "A Boat Lies Waiting," a tribute to late Floyd keyboardist Rick Wright and one of five songs with lyrics by novelist Polly Samson, Gilmour's wife - that dates back 18 years. Gilmour notes that you can even hear his now-18-year-old son Gabriel, then a baby, squawking in the background
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David Gilmour’s first solo studio album since 2006 arrives less than a year after his final Pink Floyd record, The Endless River, a requiem for late keyboard player Rick Wright. You still hear the missing here. By classic-Floyd standards, Rattle That Lock is conceptually modest: a life in a day. With lyrics by his wife Polly Samson, Gilmour reflects on time passing and the urgency to live what’s left to the fullest, opening with his creeping-dawn guitar overture 5 . and the morning-train glide of the title track
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