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Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Live at Knebworth 1990) [2019 Mix]
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Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Vocals, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - David Gilmour, Composer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals - Roger Waters, Composer - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Mixer - Andy Jackson, Mixer, Mixing Engineer - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards, Vocals - Gary Wallis, Percussion
2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.
About the album
- 1 disc(s) - 1 track(s)
- Total length: 00:04:44
- Main artist: Pink Floyd
- Composer: Various Composers
- Label: Pink Floyd Music
- Genre: Pop/Rock Pop
- 24-Bit 44.1 kHz - Stereo
2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.Improve this page
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