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David Gilmour standing inside the amphiteatre in Pompeii for the first time since Pink Floyd recorded a concert film there in 1971. Sarah Lee/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Gilmour On World Cafe

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Guest DJ Roger Waters

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Synalpheus pinkfloydi, which was recently named after the band Pink Floyd, for the distinctive coloration of its claw. Arthur Anker/Courtesy of Sammy De Grave and Oxford University hide caption

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Pink Floyd's Nick Mason On World Cafe

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Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason performs live in Denmark in 1971. Jorgen Angel/Redferns hide caption

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Guest DJ Nick Mason On Pink Floyd's Early Years

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Guest DJ Nick Mason On Pink Floyd's Early Years

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Pink Floyd in 1972, left to right: Nick Mason, David Gilmour, Roger Waters and Rick Wright RB/Redferns hide caption

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On getting surprisingly close to the band

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Pink Floyd in 1967. (L-R: Nick Mason, Rick Wright, Roger Waters and Syd Barrett) Michael Ochs Archives/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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What Was It Like To See Pink Floyd In 1966? Joe Boyd Knows

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Roger Waters performs onstage during Desert Trip at the Empire Polo Field on October 9, 2016 in Indio, Calif. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Roger Waters Announces 'Us And Them' Live Tour

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David Gilmour's new album, Rattle That Lock, is out September 18th. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Gilmour Plucks A Melody From The Air With 'Rattle That Lock'

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Guest DJ John Congleton

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Mozart is great for babies, but what about Miles Davis? [Note: This child does not belong to Robin Hilton.] Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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All Songs +1: What's The First Song A Newborn Should Hear?

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Guest DJ: SOAK

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Learning To Fly: A Mixtape For The Airplane-Averse

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Pink Floyd (from left): Richard Wright, David Gilmour and Nick Mason. Andy Earl/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Gilmour On World Cafe

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Pink Floyd's new album is titled The Endless River. Albert Watson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Inside The Wall: Pink Floyd's 'Final' Album Is Process On Display

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When Pink Floyd released Dark Side of the Moon in 1973, it was a breakthrough for the band's label, Harvest Records. MDV/Flickr Creative Commons hide caption

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Making The Label Matter: A Record Company's Return From Obscurity

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Posters of the iconic prism cover art from Pink Floyd's psychedelic masterpiece The Dark Side Of The Moon still adorn countless college dorm walls, 40 years after its release. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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