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Primož Grašič - Plays David Gilmour Strat Part 1 flac album
Plays David Gilmour Strat Part 1
Primož Grašič
Blues Rock
FLAC album size:
1270 mb
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4.1 ✪

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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".

David Gilmour stands by himself. It is so soothing that someone from rock & roll would want to participate right in the center aspect of helping planet Earth, Irsay said  . Irsay, who remembered seeing Gilmour play the Black Strat in concert in 1977, added that after he bought the case, he felt obliged to spend whatever it took to get the guitar for which is was built. If I don’t get the guitar, I’ll look like a jackass, he said. But I love Strats, and this is the Strat.

David Gilmour’s legendary ‘Black Strat’ comes to auction. View more than 120 guitars coming to auction from the personal collection of the Pink Floyd singer and songwriter, including the iconic Fender Stratocaster played on The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Wall. David Gilmour’s 1969 Black Fender Stratocaster has earned its place in rock’n’roll history

David Gilmour Plays the Black Strat at Live 8 in 2005. Over the years, the Black Strat underwent many changes and modifications, as Gilmour and longtime equipment and guitar tech Phil Taylor were often experimenting with its neck, hardware and electronics. In fact, Taylor wrote an entire book - Pink Floyd: The Black Strat - A History of David Gilmour’s Black Fender Strat - documenting its chronological history.

Congratulations to David Gilmour who lands a second solo chart-topper this week with Rattle That Lock. The rocker last topped the Official Albums Chart just 10 months ago with Pink Floyd on The Endless River, but it has been nine years since Gilmour last made it to Number 1 with a solo release, with 2006’s On An Island. It's thrilling to get a Number 1 album, we all want to hit the top spot, however long we've been at it, I'm delighted," Gilmour told OfficialCharts.

David Gilmour is a guitarist and vocalist with British rock band Pink Floyd, and was voted No. 1 in Fender's Greatest Players poll in the February 2006 Guitarist magazine in the U.


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