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Album Track Gem RICHARD WRIGHT – “WAVES” from the solo LP, “Wet Dream”
Richard Wright, one of the four founding members of Pink Floyd, released a nice solo album with an amazing band of equally-talented musicians.
Wright’s one of those band members who were always there with the goods but were marginalized by other more “prominent” band members. This was the case for Bill Wyman, John Entwhistle, George Harrison, John Paul Jones, and like the beat, the list goes on.
Back in’78 Rock was in transition and Richard Wright’s Album Track Gem “Waves” from his solo album, “Wet Dream” was a breath of fresh air among the wreckage of the whole Singer/Songwriter, Disco, Electronica, Nu-Wave, marginalized Rock and Punk conglomerations.
Hey, 00individual had many favorites from all of those genres, but no one could deny the writing on the wall that the splintering and adsorbing of genres was begging for exposure, which arrived in the early ’80s in the form of MTV.
So, just prior to the advent of the Video Countdown, Richard Wright provided a Floydian breath of much needed fresh air.
Richard Wright: Piano, keyboards, electric piano, Hammond organ, Oberheim Synthesizer, vocals
Mel Collins: Saxophones, flute (King Crimson, Pink Floyd, studio)
Snowy White: Guitars (Pink Floyd, studio)
Larry Steele: Bass guitar (Cat Stevens, studio)
Reg Isidore: Drums, percussion (Robin Trower, studio)
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