Reviews For The Lost Art Of Conversation - A Pink Floyd Podcast

I am so happy I ran into this. David Gilmour is my favorite artist. Hearing his emotions when talking about it all is pretty amazing.
It was great to hear behind the scenes stories straight from David; hope more will come in the future
The stories leave me wanting more. I could listen to listen to David recant stories for hours.
I love Pink Floyd so much, the fact that their songs all have meanings, and their album covers are so 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼. It’s really cool to learn more about them! Keep it up! And Pink Floyd! I love you all! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Great content! The light on my copy of Pulse lasted nearly 3 years!
It’s awesome to listen as he recalls things from the years past. A humble man, talent flows through his veins. A true master of his craft. I love the deep richness in his voice now. It shows up in “Louder than Words” It’s always nice to get the inside info into what you’ve been listening to and thinking you know what it meant , and then to find out what it really means. Shaking my head Greatest band in my entire life. A day doesn’t go by that I don’t listen to Floyd.


By Sirhc94
This is a great podcast
I enjoy hearing the old stories.
My 1st concert was 94’ Division Bell at the Vet in Philly; before they imploded that shthole! I was in 5th grade, 20 rows from the stage, heard those 4 amazing first notes Gilmour plays in Shine on you guys crazy diamond and i was blown away! Been playing guitar ever since and Mr. Gilmour has been my biggest inspiration! I warm up every day before i play by playing “Is there Any body out there” its a great song to get the fingers nice and loose. “Echoes” from “Live from Pompeii “ is their best jam session put on film ever
The podcast is very revealing. David Gilmour is fairly self contained when discussing the past breakup with Roger Waters. He mentioned that the departure of Roger "damaged people" and is difficult to talk about. Interesting interviews with Andy Jackson and the process of recording A Momentary Lapse of Reason. Very well done and sad at the same time. Worth the listen.