"Pink Floyd tribute" is a term used by many bands to describe what they do.  I, Floyd give the phrase real meaning, with an extensive repertoire drawn from across Pink Floyd's career.  Forget the spurious distinctions between the "Syd Barrett era", the "Waters era" and the "Gilmour era", which some insist on drawing.  Any song redolent of Pink Floyd at a given point in time can find a place in the band's "pad".  "High hopes" will sit comfortably alongside "Two suns in the sunset"; "Fat old sun" with "Sorrow".

Do we replicate particular versions of Pink Floyd's songs?  They didn't, so why should we?  On the other hand, we know you want to hear authentic Pink Floyd and not our "take" on it.  So, how do we square the circle?  Simple.  If a member of Pink Floyd has played it, his I, Floyd counterpart may use it.  For example, you may hear the guitar solo from the studio version of "Time" sitting on top of the bass guitar line from the "Pulse" performance.

 

A great day for freedom
Another brick in the wall (Pt 2)
Arnold Layne
Brain damage
Breathe (in the air)
Breathe (reprise)
Comfortably numb
Coming back to life
Echoes
Eclipse
Fat old sun
Hey you
High hopes
In the flesh?
Keep talking
Learning to fly
Louder than words
Money
Mother
One of these days
One slip
On the turning away
Poles apart
Run like hell
Shine on you crazy diamond
Signs of life
Sorrow
Terminal frost
The dogs of war
The final cut
The great gig in the sky
The gunner’s dream
The happiest days of our lives
Time
Two suns in the sunset
Us and them
Wearing the inside out
What do you want from me
Wish you were here
Wot’s ….Uh the deal?
Young lust

 

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