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Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd British rock group formed in 1964 with original members Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Nick Mason, and Rick Wright. In 1968 David Gilmour replaced Barrett. Over the next 15 years, Pink Floyd became famous for staging vast, theatrical concerts. Their most acclaimed albums are Dark Side of the Moon (1973) and The Wall (1979).

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Blythe, David Gilmour

David Gilmour Blythe (blīŧħ), 1815–65, American artist, b. East Liverpool, Ohio. Working in Pennsylvania, Blythe produced genre scenes that depict the rough existence of the early frontier. Many of his paintings are satirical portrayals of the everyday world of early 19th-century America.

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