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Geesin, Ron

musician, composer, designer

Ron Geesin, born 1943, is a jazz pianist and avant-garde musician. His first album was called A Raising Of The Eyebrows in the 1960’s. When he first met Roger Waters and Nick Mason in 1968, he did not have a clue about who Pink Floyd were. At the time he wrote a piece for flute and organ for Mason’s wife Lindy, who helped Nick with his work on Ummagumma. In the end, Lindy did not use Geesin’s song, but Pete Townsend did on his album, that was released as a tribute to guru Meher Baba.

Later, Geesin wrote the music to a car documentary directed by Nick Mason’s father.

When Geesin was asked to write the music to a medical documentary named The Body, he asked Roger Waters to collaborate. Waters later released the soundtrack as his first solo album and Geesin was credited as a joint author. Geesin’s task was to come up with tunes and effects, but he did not take part in writing the more conventional songs.

Geesin’s influence is apparent on Atom Heart Mother, where he is credited as a songwriter and musician. Geesin later worked as a studio sound engineer and he created avant-garde albums for very limited audience.

Official website: www.rongeesin.com

 

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