Pink Floyd - Money / Any Colour You Like
Format:Vinyl, 7", Single
Vinyl is VG+ a few light scuffs, a pen mark on one side of the label, a name written on the other
Country: Canada Issue
Style:Alternative Rock, Prog Rock
A Money 3:59
Written-By - Waters
B Any Colour You Like 3:11
Written-By - Gilmour , Mason , Wright
Producer - Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd- Money
"Money" is particularly notable for its unusual 7/4–4/4 time signature, its distinctive bassline and the seven-beat "loop" of money-related sound effects that opens the track: coins clinking, a cash register ringing, etc. Perhaps the most distinctive element of "Money" is the rhythmic sequence of sound effects that begins the track and is heard throughout the first several bars. This was created by splicing together recordings Waters had made of clinking coins, a ringing cash register, tearing paper, a clicking counting machine and other items to construct a seven-beat effects loop
Pink Floyd - Any Colour You Like
"Any Colour You Like" is the eighth track from English progressive rock band Pink Floyd's 1973 album, The Dark Side of the Moon. One possible origin of the title comes from an answer frequently given by a studio technician to questions put to him: "You can have it any colour you like", which was a reference to Henry Ford's apocryphal description of the Model T: "You can have it any color you like, as long as it's black."
Pink Floyd live at Brighton Dome. The sound and their lyrics are deep, their music is art.