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What is on the cover of meddle?

Last Updated: 17th January, 2020

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The image represents an ear, underwater, collectingwaves of sound (represented by ripples in the water). Thorgersonlater expressed dissatisfaction with the cover, claiming itto be his least favourite Pink Floyd album sleeve: "I thinkMeddle is a much better album than itscover".

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Furthermore, what does Pink Floyd album cover mean?

Pink Floyd's album sleeves explained. The conceptof this cover, according the artist Storm Thorgerson, was totry and connect with Pink Floyd's live shows; "famous fortheir lighting, ambition and madness hence the prism, the triangleand the pyramids. It all connects, somehow,somewhere."

Subsequently, question is, when did Pink Floyd release meddle? October 31, 1971

Also know, what album is Echoes on?

Meddle

Who wrote echoes?

David Gilmour Roger Waters Richard Wright Nick Mason

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