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Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella

by Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella

Dark Side of the Moon done a cappella. No instruments, no drums. Just voices.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Speak To Me / Breathe
Voices On The Dark Side
3:56 $0.99
2. On The Run
Voices On The Dark Side
3:40 $0.99
3. Time
Voices On The Dark Side
7:00 $0.99
4. The Great Gig In The Sky
Voices On The Dark Side
4:45 $0.99
5. Money
Voices On The Dark Side
6:24 $0.99
6. Us and Them
Voices On The Dark Side
7:46 $0.99
7. Any Colour You Like
Voices On The Dark Side
3:33 $0.99
8. Brain Damage
Voices On The Dark Side
3:52 $0.99
9. Eclipse
Voices On The Dark Side
2:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella" is an all-vocal version of Pink Floyd's magnum opus "Dark Side of the Moon." No instruments were used in the recording of this unique version of the album. Eight singers and one "vocal percussionist" (similar to a beatboxer) recreate the original work in its entirety.

The album was recorded in High Definition, without breaks between the tracks (as in the original), and is as close to the original in timing as possible, thus preserving its "Wizard of Oz Compatibility." Produced and mixed by the renowned a cappella Producer, Freddie Feldman, and mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Doug Sax, this recording breaks new ground in both the worlds of a cappella and rock.

Singers: Stephanie Lewin, Jennifer Feucht, Melissa Smithson, Jon Krivitzky, Michael Mahler, Chris Feucht, Alan Schmuckler, Dan Riley, and Freddie Feldman. Music arranged by: Jon Krivitzky.

Nominated for Best Album, Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award (CARA) 2006.

"Outstanding! Absolutely outstanding job!"
- Doug Sax, chief engineer, The Mastering Lab.

"I feel like I've died and gone to heaven!"
- Liz Wilde, The Liz Wilde Show

"It's a fun disc--I enjoyed listening to it."
- Clive Young, Senior Editor, Pro Sound News Magazine

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Norma Mortimer

Amazing combination of voices
This is one of the most amazing CDs I have heard this year. I never thought that Dark Side of the Moon could possibly translate into a cappella vocals, but it has been done and been done well. I am humbled by the musicianship I hear on this CD

Andrew Burgess

The best album in the world re-recorded in a quite unique and amazing fashion. I was impressed from the short clips provided but the rest of the album blew me away, thank you so much for such an awesome rendition :-)

Markus Melcher

Pink Floyd in the Voices
Still stays the Pink Floydoriginal shot, this one is a great approach A Cappella, sound some more classical than psychedelic depends of the tracks, this one made me remembers also Alan Parsons the lost PF sound engineer, particulary a track called "Gemini" from Eye in the Sky. The Quality of it can make it a must have for the Dark side of the Moon lovers anway.


Is this really humanly possible? I find myself continuously amazed. This cd has spent more continuous play time in my car than any other in recent history. The only downside is that only good headphones at high volumes do it justice, otherwise you miss a great deal of the subtlety that makes it so incredible. Once again, this cd is ridiculously good. I was pleasantly surprised.

Mark Briody

eight voice (i think) production. I\'m a Barbershopper A Cappella singer; I really enjoyed not only the melody but the voice percussive parts. Good for a road trip since I had time to hear the whole album. Nothing of mine is here, but barbershop is classified Easy Listening> Barbershop or Moods> A Cappella. Try Thurl Ravenscroft who did both Tony the Tiger and the singing voice of the Grinch. Or Welcome to NashVille for current Barbershop stuff.

Tony Richardson

A unique Interpretation of a classic much loved album,in my view Pink Floyd cannot ever be equalled but this album is an excellent attempt to bring a new view point to the best Floyd album ever. Well Done !!!!

Francisco Monteiro

A pure "Dark" Pearl!
...all I can say is that you have to lisnten in a really High End sound system - is phenomenal!!! Thank you guys!

Mike O'Donnell

I have the computer tracks, the CD, and the sacramental vinly pressing. It's the best. I got to sing other stuff with Steph Lewin. Not to brag, but, well, yeah to brag.

Randy ray

From a review at Jambands.com
Somehow this gaggle of voices makes it all work without a hint of cheese or cringe. A good pair of headphones helps quite a bit. What is perhaps most noteworthy is that the voices chiming in from ten different directions with superhuman rainbow colors make one appreciate the musicality of the thang again. This work was rooted in lyrical thematic passages centered upon the human condition. Work, time, relationships, paranoia, sanity, currency and the inner space of Here Comes Everymodernman filled the platter overflowing with amazing sound effects. Somehow, the voices on this new machineless recording conjure up the odd Moon cataclysm without much missed or abandoned. The real test for my jaded ears came in the swirling colors of “On the Run,” the comical handling of the clocks during the opening of “Time,” the sublime reading of “The Great Gig in the Sky,” and the twin masterpiece segment scored with taste, humor and pathos -- “Us and Them > Any Colour You Like.” “Brain Damage > Eclipse” follows as it does on the original with goosebumps and glory and pomp and circumstance as the whole legion of voices roar towards a tumbling, rollicking conclusion. This is where the payoff comes: a lone voice that sounds exactly like David Gilmour opens “Eclipse” -- a note of genius considering that this twisting splash in the Waters of the Floyd version sounds fantastic when it eventually joins the final chorus which lands one back on earth.


I would've thought that "dark side of the moon" would be pretty odd (or bad) choice for an a cappella performance, what with all the sound effects. But these guys seemed to have thought otherwise, did it and did an excellent job. The imitation of ringing cash registers at the start of 'money' is pretty ingenious. I am particularly amazed by the percussion on all the songs - far too realistic.

CDbaby.com's great service also deserves a mention - my copy was cracked when I received it - one phone call and the replacement was on its way the same day. Many thanks! :)

Oh and it is my sixth copy of Dark Side of the Moon.
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