Review #55: The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd

#55: The Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd

Imagine you’re on a road trip in Kansas, and for some indescribably stupid reason, you’re only allowed to listen to James Brown that whole time. James Brown is a delight, a runaway train, but you just don’t know his music very well.

Then Dark Side of the Moon comes on — all lush strings, gravity-defying vocals…

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