KARAOKE SCENE MAGAZINE ONLINE! - Keepinitcntry performs Time on Karaoke Showcase - "Time" is a song by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It is included as the fourth track on The Dark Side of the Moon (1973) and was released as a single in the United States. Bassist Roger Waters wrote the lyrics, and the music is credited to all four band members. Keyboardist Richard Wright shares lead vocals (his last until "Wearing the Inside Out" on The Division Bell) alongside guitarist David Gilmour. The lyrics deal with the passage of time – time can slip by, but many people do not realise it until it is too late. Waters got the idea when he realised he was no longer preparing for anything in life, but was right in the middle of it. It is noted for its long introductory passage of clocks chiming and alarms ringing, recorded as a quadrophonic test by Alan Parsons, not specifically for the album. I used an instrumental track and added a few extra tracks to give this classic justice. I appreciate your feedback. Thanks
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Date Submitted:  2021-01-10 [Archive Date: 2021-04-10]
Genre:  ROCK
Original Artist:  Pink Floyd
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Description:  "Time" is a song by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It is included as the fourth track on The Dark Side of the Moon (1973) and was released as a single in the United States. Bassist Roger Waters wrote the lyrics, and the music is credited to all four band members. Keyboardist Richard Wright shares lead vocals (his last until "Wearing the Inside Out" on The Division Bell) alongside guitarist David Gilmour. The lyrics deal with the passage of time – time can slip by, but many people do not realise it until it is too late. Waters got the idea when he realised he was no longer preparing for anything in life, but was right in the middle of it. It is noted for its long introductory passage of clocks chiming and alarms ringing, recorded as a quadrophonic test by Alan Parsons, not specifically for the album. I used an instrumental track and added a few extra tracks to give this classic justice. I appreciate your feedback. Thanks
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Comment by: Starlyter - Brad (Total comments: 1347  Submissions: 157) Tue, Jan 12th, 2021 
Starlyter - Brad Mark, great job on the vocals my friend. Really enjoyed my listen....Brad
Reply: Thank you Brad
Comment by: mav2100 (Total comments: 2697  Submissions: 147) Mon, Jan 11th, 2021 
mav2100 (((((Marky))))) It's great to see you on the board! Hope all is well with you and yours. This is great. My son was watching tv behind me when I hit the listen button and it scared the Teriyaki outta him!! LOL! That was definitely an added bonus!! Thanks. You sound amazing on this Classic Floyd!! You are rockin this baby!!! Nice back up vocals too! Sweet Air Guitar on the bridge and all! Woooo hooo I love, love, love this!! FABULOUS!!! I love when people put so much into a song. it makes it more yours. Great Song!! Excellent sing!! Happy New Year Mark!! Stay well, and stay safe!! Great to hear you again! Mwahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, Pam
Reply: Hi Pam, I apologize for the songs intro. I was tempted to lower the volume down on that portion but had already hit submit. I sure am grateful for the comment . The vocals did take a bit to manufacture. So glad you like it. All is as good as its gonna be at this time.I'm still working and wearing a mask day in, and day out till I get home were I self isolate. I decided to find some enjoyment in singing this past weekend. Life has been tough on us all for almost a year now. Sure gets lonely.Hugs
Comment by: Rich101 (Total comments: 2166  Submissions: 161) Sun, Jan 10th, 2021 
Rich101 Really cool song and vocals here Mark!! Enjoyed listening to you today!! RICH
Reply: Thanks so much for the feedback Rich. A classic I know I'll never forget. Mark
Comment by: scotty3+ (Total comments: 12  Submissions: 1) Sun, Jan 10th, 2021 
scotty3+ Excellent vocal version of one of my favorite numbers - by a choice group - this set s a calm mood for sure ! - i recall those quadraphonic keyboards .
Reply: Hey Scotty Enjoyed your feedback and thoughts. I'm a big PF junky. So glad you liked the effort. Mark
Comment by: BevB (Total comments: 1635  Submissions: 88) Sun, Jan 10th, 2021 
BevB Hi Mark. It is so good to hear a post from you. Awesome song and sing here my friend. Just loved this. :)
Reply: Hi Bev The short daylight and quick days were I leave for work in the dark, and return home as its returning to darkness. Such a rough time since last March to live alone but at least I'm isolated from an infection here after wearing a mask all day at Cornell University were I'm working as of late.Always means so much to hear from ya Bev. Your a delightful lady with so much talent. Thanks for your visit and feedback. Mark


Keepinitcntry performs Time on Karaoke Showcase of Karaoke Scene Magazine Online: Keepinitcntry performs Time on Karaoke Showcase - "Time" is a song by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It is included as the fourth track on The Dark Side of the Moon (1973) and was released as a single in the United States. Bassist Roger Waters wrote the lyrics, and the music is credited to all four band members. Keyboardist Richard Wright shares lead vocals (his last until "Wearing the Inside Out" on The Division Bell) alongside guitarist David Gilmour. The lyrics deal with the passage of time – time can slip by, but many people do not realise it until it is too late. Waters got the idea when he realised he was no longer preparing for anything in life, but was right in the middle of it. It is noted for its long introductory passage of clocks chiming and alarms ringing, recorded as a quadrophonic test by Alan Parsons, not specifically for the album. I used an instrumental track and added a few extra tracks to give this classic justice. I appreciate your feedback. Thanks
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