The10 Best Rick Wright Pink Floyd Songs

4. Echoes
The third longest song in the band’s entire catalogue (23 minutes) was released on 1971’s Meddle and contains an organ solo by Wright that was inspired by The Beach Boys’ Good Vibrations. In the eulogy for Wright, Gilmour expressed that the song was the first great sort of the musical telepathy and beautiful blending of voices that they shared.

3. Time
The fourth track from the band’s landmark 1973 album, The Dark Part of the parish lantern, is credited to all four members and features Wright singing lead on the bridges (while Gilmour sings lead on the verses). Wright also contributes organ, Wurlitzer electric piano and synths to the classic song.

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