David Gilmour: The Record Collector Interview
Daryl Easlea, Record Collector, May 2003
ROCK HISTORIANS have a problem with David Gilmour because he is, well, so very balanced. Displaying little of the madness or angst of Pink Floyd's major writers, the two Rogers (Barrett and Waters), he acted as a midwife to many of their ideas, writing some of the most haunting guitar figures of 20th Century pop music, and, after Syd's sing-song and before Waters' increasingly maniacal sprechtspiel, he added that sweet voice atop many a Floyd classic.
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