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  • Composer: Pink Floyd.
  • Lyricist: Roger Waters.
  • Personnel: David Gilmour (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, baritone guitar, Clavinet, keyboards, synthesizer, bass guitar, programming, sequencer); Roger Waters (vocals, guitar, bass guitar); Syd Barrett (vocals, guitar); Richard Wright (vocals, piano, Clavinet, organ, keyboards, synthesizer, kurzweil); Nick Mason (vocals, drums, percussion, sound effects); Michael Landau (guitar); John Halliwell (saxophone); Tom Scott (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Scott Page , Raphael Ravenscroft, Dick Parry (tenor saxophone); Michael Kamen (piano, harmonium); Bob Ezrin (keyboards, percussion, sequencer); Jon Carin (keyboards, programming); Patrick Leonard (synthesizer); Tony Levin (bass guitar); Jim Keltner, Carmine Appice (drums); Gary Wallis (percussion, percussion programming); Steve Forman , Ray Cooper (percussion); Andy Jackson (sound effects); Phyllis Saint James, Darlene Koldenhoven , Jackie Sheridan, Doris Troy, Durga McBroom, Rebecca Leigh-White, Donnie Gerrard, Lesley Duncan, Liza Strike, Venetta Fields, Barry St. John, Sam Brown, Carol Kenyon, Carlena Williams, Carmen Twillie (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixers: David Gilmour; Chris Thomas ; Andy Jackson .
  • Liner Note Author: Storm Thorgerson.
  • Recording information: Abbey Road (01/1968-04/1968); Abbey Road Studios (01/1968-04/1968); Abbey Road Studios, London (01/1968-04/1968); Abbey Road, England (01/1968-04/1968); AIR Studios (01/1968-04/1968); Astoria Recording Studio (01/1968-04/1968); Britannia Row Studios (01/1968-04/1968); Britannia Row Studios, London (01/1968-04/1968); Eel Pie, England (01/1968-04/1968); Emi Studios (01/1968-04/1968); EMI Studios, London (01/1968-04/1968); Le Mobile, Los Angeles (01/1968-04/1968); Manchester College Of Commerce (01/1968-04/1968); Mayfair, England (01/1968-04/1968); Metropolis Studios (01/1968-04/1968); Morgan Studios, London (01/1968-04/1968); Mothers Club, Birmingham (01/1968-04/1968); Olympic, England (01/1968-04/1968); The Creek Recording Studios (01/1968-04/1968); Abbey Road (01/1975-07/1975); Abbey Road Studios (01/1975-07/1975); Abbey Road Studios, London (01/1975-07/1975); Abbey Road, England (01/1975-07/1975); AIR Studios (01/1975-07/1975); Astoria Recording Studio (01/1975-07/1975); Britannia Row Studios (01/1975-07/1975); Britannia Row Studios, London (01/1975-07/1975); Eel Pie, England (01/1975-07/1975); Emi Studios (01/1975-07/1975); EMI Studios, London (01/1975-07/1975); Le Mobile, Los Angeles (01/1975-07/1975); Manchester College Of Commerce (01/1975-07/1975); Mayfair, England (01/1975-07/1975); Metropolis Studios (01/1975-07/1975); Morgan Studios, London (01/1975-07/1975); Mothers Club, Birmingham (01/1975-07/1975); Olympic, England (01/1975-07/1975); The Creek Recording Studios (01/1975-07/1975); Abbey Road (02/1967-06/1967); Abbey Road Studios (02/1967-06/1967); Abbey Road Studios, London (02/1967-06/1967); Abbey Road, England (02/1967-06/1967); AIR Studios (02/1967-06/1967); Astoria Recording Studio (02/1967-06/1967); Britannia Row Studios (02/1967-06/1967); Britannia Row Studios, London (02/1967-06/1967); Eel Pie, England (02/1967-06/1967); Emi Studios (02/1967-06/1967); EMI Studios, London (02/1967-06/1967); Le Mobile, Los Angeles (02/1967-06/1967); Manchester College Of Commerce (02/1967-06/1967); Mayfair, England (02/1967-06/1967); Metropolis Studios (02/1967-06/1967); Morgan Studios, London (02/1967-06/1967); Mothers Club, Birmingham (02/1967-06/1967); Olympic, England (02/1967-06/1967); The Creek Recording Studios (02/1967-06/1967); Abbey Road (04/27/1969); Abbey Road Studios (04/27/1969); Abbey Road Studios, London (04/27/1969); Abbey Road, England (04/27/1969); AIR Studios (04/27/1969); Astoria Recording Studio (04/27/1969); Britannia Row Studios (04/27/1969); Britannia Row Studios, London (04/27/1969); Eel Pie, England (04/27/1969); Emi Studios (04/27/1969); EMI Studios, London (04/27/1969); Le Mobile, Los Angeles (04/27/1969); Manchester College Of Commerce (04/27/1969); Mayfair, England (04/27/1969); Metropolis Studios (04/27/1969); Morgan Studios, London (04/27/1969); Mothers Club, Birmingham (04/27/1969); Olympic, England (04/27/1969); The Creek Recording Studios (04/27/1969); Abbey Road (05/02/1969); Abbey Road Studios (05/02/1969); Abbey Road Studios, London (05/02/1969); Abbey Road, England (05/02/1969); AIR Studios (05/02/1969); Astoria Recording Studio (05/02/1969); Britannia Row Studios (05/02/1969); Britannia Row Studios, London (05/02/1969); Eel Pie, England (05/02/1969); Emi Studios (05/02/1969); EMI Studios, London (05/02/1969); Le Mobile, Los Angeles (05/02/1969); Manchester College Of Commerce (05/02/1969); Mayfair, England (05/02/1969); Metropolis Studios (05/02/1969); Morgan Studios, London (05/02/1969); Mothers Club, Birmingham (05/02/1969); Olympic, England (05/02/1969); The Creek Recording Studios (05/02/1969); Abbey Road (06/1972-01/1973); Abbey Road Studios (06/1972-01/1973); Abbey Road Studios, London (06/1972-01/1973); Abbey Road, England (06/1972-01/1973).
  • Illustrators: John Whitely; Sally Norris.
  • Photographers: Stephen Piotrowski; Rupert Truman; Hipgnosis; Willie Christie; Aubrey Powell; Rob Brimson; Nick Tucker; Storm Thorgerson; Robert Dowling; Bob Ellis; Howard Bartrop; Angus MacRay; Robert Mort; Peter Christopherson; Tony May; Colin Jones.
  • Arranger: Michael Kamen.
  • The third massive Pink Floyd box, following the first, Shine On, by nearly two decades but the second, Oh by the Way, by a mere four years, Discovery is almost identical to the latter. Like that 2007 set, it contains all of the group's studio albums -- beginning with 1967's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn and ending with 1994's The Division Bell -- adding no musical bonus material (which means that the Early Singles disc tacked onto Shine On is missing) but presenting all the albums in pristine new remasters and nice packaging. Whether this is an improvement on Oh by the Way -- which had its albums housed in paper sleeve mini-LP replicas, not digipacks as they are here -- is up to the consumer, but anybody looking to acquire all the Floyd albums at once will be satisfied. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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