Wish You Were Here reviews— 17 total
17 user reviews of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
It's an album that won't get old no matter how many millions of times you listen to it, and one...
You put the record on and lay back and you travel in an amazing trip.
I love the album, and Pink Floyd in general, because of how well their albums seem to 'fit together'.
No other group can match the originality and genius of the Floyd.
It only has five songs, but it's worth the $15.99 or whatever the heck stores are charging.
It's a strong rock album but it delves deeper than that and reaches something in all of us.
Possibly the best album of the '70s other than Boston and Led Zeppelin IV.
It is definately my favorite allbum of all time, even over Dark Side and The Wall.
The album is truly legendary, and for Pink Floyd fans, this is among their finest work.
It is the first song I got guitar tabs for and is still my favurite song to play.
It is definately one of, if not the best Pink Floyd albums.
It's a complete masterpiece, and major high point in rock music.
The highlights of the album would have to be Welcome to the Machine or Wish You Were Here.
The guitar is very simple in Wish You Were Here, but it is the perfect medium for the words.
While WYWH focuses on only a few aspects of life- separation and sadness, conformity, and the confines of the music...
The lyrics are extremely strong, and the guitar/piano/bass/drums are brilliantly woven together.