An accompaniment to Barbet Schroder's film about a group of hippies pursuing drugs in Ibiza, and one of the only Pink Floyd albums to exclusively feature David Gilmour on vocals, More (Original Soundtrack) is also the first of the group's works to be made without founding member Syd Barrett. Largely atmospheric and flush with some of the ensemble's heaviest compositions, the 1969 release finally sounds as it should on vinyl LP. Mastered from the original analog tapes by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman and pressed on 180-gram vinyl, the Top Ten-charting More (Original Soundtrack) is part of the long-overdue Pink Floyd catalog-reissue campaign that is restoring the group's prized works to analog.
Pink Floyd featuring Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Rick Wright, and Nick Mason first broke onto the music scene in 1967 with the hit single "Arnold Layne." Despite the departure of Syd Barrett, the group, which soon recruited David Gilmour, recorded some of the most innovative and ground breaking records of their era, culminating in 1973 with one of the biggest-selling albums of all time, The Dark Side Of The Moon. There followed numerous global number-one albums, including The Wall, Animals, Wish You Were Here, The Final Cut and 2014's finale,The Endless River.