|Atom Heart Mother|
|Studio album by Pink Floyd|
|Released||2 October 1970|
|Genre||Progressive rock, symphonic rock, psychedelic rock|
|Producer||Pink Floyd, Norman Smith|
|Pink Floyd chronology|
Atom Heart Mother is the fifth studio album by English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was released by Harvest and EMI Records 2 October 1970 in the UK, and by Harvest and Capitol on 10 October 1970 in the US.
It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, England, and was the band's first album to reach number 1 in the UK, while it reached number 37 in the US chart, eventually going gold there.
Differences with OTL
- The "Atom Heart Mother" album is partly different, because of its predecessor, The Man and The Journey, which had parts of fragments and effects of the album's songs.
- Rain In The Country (Unknown Song) and Red Queen Gardens (Country Song, or The Red Queen Theme), unused songs in Zabriskie Point, were re-recorded for Atom Heart Mother.
|1.||"Atom Heart Mother Suite"||Wright, Waters, Gilmour, Mason, Geesin||Instrumental||14:52|
|2.||"Rain In The Country"||Wright, Waters, Gilmour, Mason||Instrumental||6:45|
|3.||"Red Queen Gardens"||Gilmour, Waters||Gilmour, Waters||5:44|
|Total Length: 26:20|
|9.||"Fat Old Sun"||Gilmour||Gilmour||5:22|
|10.||"Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast"||Wright, Waters, Gilmour, Mason||Instrumental||13:00|
|Total Length: 28:22|