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Wednesday, 07 September 2011

Rolling Stone France issue 35Following on from our previous news item about various interviews, we've more for you today as the Why Pink Floyd coverage continues.

The US sydicated Bob and Tom radio show have today (September 7th) aired an interview with David Gilmour talking about the new Pink Floyd releases. They ran the same interview yesterday as well. You can hear the show in full, including the Gilmour segment, through this link, although you will have to sign up (and pay) to hear it, unfortunately. Our thanks to Nikhil for the info. UPDATE: You can hear it in full, free, here. Thanks to David Coleman for letting us know!

Staying with the radio, Redbeard's respected In The Studio, which is also sydicated across the US, has prepared a special for the Dark Side Of The Moon Immersion boxset coming out later this month, and the show - featuring interviews with Gilmour, Roger Waters, and Nick Mason - airs in the week of September 19th. It will also be available to hear (without the music) online on the show's site.

Finally, for our French friends, the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine (issue 35) published in that country features a very fetching colour cover of the band [see left], along with an article on them within the pages. It's available in stores and bookstalls across France now. Our thanks to Frederic Barres for letting us know.

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