David Gilmour has never been the speediest fellow when it comes to maintaining his solo career. But in 1984, with his main gig in Pink Floyd at a dead end, he was finally out of excuses not to follow up his self-titled 1978 debut.
As any crate digger can attest, it's easy to judge a rock album by its cover. Analyzing a gatefold sleeve can be an illuminating experience -- and there's no better example of this than David Gilmour's self-titled 1978 debut.
Nothing will liven up an otherwise routine home renovation like finding a bomb under the house. That's what Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour recently learned the hard way when he and his wife were forced to leave their mansion after workers discovered a World War II explosive device underneath the building.
You don't turn 66 every day, even if you're a guitar god -- so in that spirit, David Gilmour is celebrating his 66th today (March 6) by giving a gift to his fans. Sure, it's a gift most of them probably already have, but it's the thought that counts, right?
Pink Floyd will not reunite at the London 2012 Olympics according to guitarist David Gilmour. Despite previous reports of the rumored reunion, Gilmour quickly had one of his representatives call NME to put the rumor to rest. “There is no truth in recent media speculation about Pink Floyd reuniting to perform for the 2012 London Olympics.”
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