"Music from the film More" (1969) is the third album in the career of the british band Pink Floyd and the first to include compositions by David Gilmour, substitute of Syd Barret. It includes the music composed for the film "More", a hippy story directed by Barbett Schroeder. The music it's not as symphonic and complicated as the one included in "Wish you were here", "Meddle" or "Dark side of the moon", but we have to appreciate the simplicity of the songs. From the opening number, "Cirrus minor", which includes the beautiful vocals of Gilmour and Waters, to the sensual sounds of masterpieces as "Green is the colour" or "Cymbaline", we have a peaceful and very enjoyable album to listen to. But there are two terrible exceptions, the songs "Nile song" and "Ibiza bar". Both are hard, with agressive vocals and agrssive instrumentation. Of course, you can always program your CD player... This beautiful Japanese limited edition comes in a mini carboard sleeve, including all the original artwork by Hipgnosis. The CD is the remastered edition of 1994,and is a picture CD. Also includes a mini biography and the complete lyrics as an exclusive japanese insert. A must have for every Floyd collector and a highly recommended album for those who really enjoy warmful and peaceful music.