Did you know that Learning to Fly was the first EMI single ever to be distributed entirely on CDs? Columbia released a vinyl version of the single in the US. Did you know that in the end of the Dark Side of the Moon Album a voice can be heard saying “there is no dark side IN the moon” ? Did you know that Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict (song released on the Ummagumma album) is the longest name for a rock song ever?
James Guthrie started working as a sound engineer for Pink Floyd in 1979 when they were recording The Wall. Guthrie was the main sound engineer of the The Wall live shows and he was responsible for the outstanding digitally remastered version of Dark Side Of The Moon released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original release. James Guthrie contributed to both Pink Floyd albums and the members’ solo albums.
James Guthrie’s work for Pink Floyd:
The Final Cut
A Momentary Lapse of Reason
The Division Bell
Is There Anybody Out There? - The Wall live
James Guthrie’s work on solo projects:
In The Flesh
Amused To Death