Archived from the original on 14 October It was something that Rick had already written. It's a great chord sequence. And Alan [Parsons] suggested Clare Torry. I've no idea whose idea it was to have someone wailing on it. Clare came into the studio one day, and we said, "There's no lyrics.
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Clare Torry [session singer] didn't really look the part. She was Alan Parsons' idea. We wanted to put a girl on there, screaming orgasmically. Alan had worked with her previously, so we gave her try. And she was fantastic. We had to encourage her a little bit. We gave her some dynamic hints: "Maybe you'd like to do this piece quietly, and this piece louder. It wasn't done in one single take. Retrieved 2 January Retrieved 23 January A female vocalist may have become the first British artist to win an out-of-court settlement for a piece of music Album) over 30 years ago.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. On the original album, it is a single track that is preceded Breathe - Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon (DVD Speak To Me. The song is considered to be a representation of birth, with a relief from labor. Its lyrics, composed by Roger Waters, beseech the listener to pause Album) their seemingly-endless labors and take notice of more meaningful pursuits in life. Keyboardist Richard Wright had worked out the chord and wanted to find a way to get it back to E Minor so he changed it to a D 7th flatted 9th.
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