MEDDLE - 1971
Stereo version (orginal LP was available in Mono and Stereo)
Regarded by the band as the album that most prepared them for The Dark Side Of The Moon, Meddle is dominated by the 23-minute Echoes and also includes One Of These Days and Fearless.
Released in October of 1971, Meddle was Pink Floyd's sixth studio album and is widely regarded as the transitional album between the band's earlier Syd Barrett-influenced sound and the more traditional Pink Floyd sonic palette that defined their later-era output.
An exploration of mood, texture and elongated compositions, Meddle is a glimpse into the future of a band that was on the cusp of something great. Features "Echoes" and "One Of These Days".