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Monday, March 16, 2020

Pink Floyd - "Breathe (in The Air) (Pulse Restored & Re-edited)" [Rock & Alternative]

Breathe (in The Air) (Pulse Restored & Re-edited)

"Breathe (in The Air) (Pulse Restored & Re-edited)" music video by Pink Floyd
Added: 16-03-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Pink Floyd - Breathe (In The Air) [PULSE Restored & Re-Edited]

Filmed live on 20 October 1994 at Earls Court, London, UK. Restored & re-edited in 2019 from the original tape masters.

Out now: Pink Floyd's 'The Later Years' box set

Included on ‘The Later Years’, a 18-disc box set (5xCDs, 6xBlu-Rays, 5xDVDs,2x7”) covering the material created by David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright from 1987 onwards, with unreleased audio and audiovisual material, including the 1989 Venice and 1990 Knebworth concerts, as well as updated, restored and remixed audio and video, 2 x 7” singles, 60-page hardback Photo Book, 40-page hardback Credits Book, Lyrics Book, 3 x reproduction tour programmes, card envelope containing collectible memorabilia, plus Blu-rays and DVDs in individual wallets.

Also available: 12-track ‘Highlights’ package (2-LP or 1-CD)



"Breathe" (sometimes called "Breathe (In the Air)") is a song by progressive rock band Pink Floyd on their 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon.

The authorship and composition of this song is credited to David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Roger Waters for the music, and Waters for the lyrics. Dark Side, admitted the latter, "is a little adolescent and naïve in its preoccupations, but I'm not belittling it. It's like a rather wonderful, naïve painting. 'Breathe in the air / Don't be afraid to care' – that's the opening couplet. Well, yeah, I can cop that, but it's kind of simplistic stuff."

The song is slow-paced and rich in texture, and features Gilmour playing the electric guitar with a Uni-Vibe and lap steel guitar with a volume pedal and several overdubs. On the original album, it is a separate track from "Speak to Me", the sound collage that opens the first side. Since this track segues into "Breathe" via a sustained backwards piano chord, the two are conjoined on most CD versions of the album. A one-minute reprise features at the end of the song "Time", without the slide guitar and using Farfisa organ and Wurlitzer electric piano in place of Hammond organ and Rhodes piano.

Along with the other Pink Floyd tracks, "Time" and "The Great Gig in the Sky", "Breathe" is seen as Gilmour "carving out a more distinctive style" with the introduction of blues-based chords and solos. "Breathe" has also been seen to "embrace ecology".

This song was one of several to be considered for the band's "best of" album, Echoes: The Best of Pink Floyd.

Tags : 1994, 90s, Pink Floyd