1972 – Pink Floyd Begin To Record Dark Side of the Moon

June 4, 1972

Pink Floyd begin to record their next album, tentatively titled Eclipse, at Abbey Road Studios in London. It would eventually be released as Dark Side of the Moon.


1962:The Beach Boys, “Surfin’ Safari”
1963:The Searchers, “Sweets For My Sweet”
1969:The Beatles, “The Ballad Of John And Yoko” b/w “Old Brown Shoe”


1964:The Beatles, “Slow Down”
1968:The Beatles, “Revolution 1”
1970:Bob Dylan: “Bring Me Water,” “Three Angels,” “Tomorrow Is A Long Time,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” “New Morning”
1970:Elvis Presley: “Twenty Days And Twenty Nights,” “I’ve Lost You,” “I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago,” “The Sound Of Your Cry,” “Faded Love,” “The Fool,” “A Hundred Years From Now,” “Little Cabin On The Hill,” “Cindy, Cindy”
1970:Carlos Santana, “Black Magic Woman”

Source – about entertainment.com

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