Pink Floyd’s Flirtation With Rap

Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd

UPDATE: Because Spinner is no longer available in Canada you can read the story HERE.

When you talk about guys who’ve been around in the music world, super-producer Bob Ezrin ranks right up there.

Ezrin’s responsible for producing mega-records like Pink Floyd‘s The Wall and Alice Cooper‘s Welcome To My Nightmare. One thing he didn’t do though, was get Pink Floyd to consider ways of incorporating rap into their music in the ’80s.

He told me as much in an interview for Spinner before an appearance at the recent Canadian Music Week.

To read the full story head over to Spinner by clicking here.


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