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on 24 April 2014
This is a Great album with a few hidden gems and a must for any pink floyd fan's music collection!
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on 6 January 2017
Excelent
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on 29 December 2007
I've always been slightly wary about the lesser known albums in Pink Floyd's portfolio but after recently buying - and liking - ummagumma and atom heart mother I bought More. I really like David Gilmour's voice on this album and the songs seem more confident than those on Saucerful of Secrets. To me it connects the earlier albums to Meddle, Obscured by Clouds and Dark Side of the Moon - it feels like a process is occuring rather than an event. It's a good, mellow album which deserves a chance by other wary Pink Floyd fans!
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on 16 October 2011
This album is a significant part of the Pink Floyd back catalogue. It provided an empathetic accompanyment to the film "More". When experienced on a stand alone basis it remains cogent enough to retain the listener's attention. This is partly because "More" shows how Pink Floyd were progressing as performers and composers. Interestingly all of the most mature pieces were penned by Roger Waters perhaps making an early bid for artistic leadership. The opening track "Cirrus Minor" establishes the album's mood, it has haunting melody tinged with melancholy. "Crying Song" and "Cymbaline" continue to evoke feyness both lyrically and in the music.

The remaining group compositions are of slighter stature in themselves. But they contribute well to the album's atmosphere and feature some attractive and exciting instrumental performances. "Main Theme" is dramatic and memorable and "More Blues" has some very tasty playing by guitarist David Gilmour.

I recommend "More" for the above reasons and also on the simple grounds that it's a nice record. The new remastered release seems to enhance sonic clarity and crispness generally and especially with regard to percussion and bass parts.
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on 23 January 2014
It's been a good few years since I listened to 'MORE', after my old vinyl copy died. Now I enjoy it clearer than ever on cd. Not their best early album but interesting and enjoyable none the less. The Nile song is my stand out track with David Gilmour not using the same vocal style again until The Wall's-Need a dirty woman. A vocal style he carries off so well. It seems to have aged well in my opinion.
Sean Bradley 2014
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on 30 March 2015
wowwwww that's 200 % Pink Floyd and some amazing Keyboards/Synthi.Work from Rick Wright......? Amazing , but only for real Pink Floyd Fans.....? Made in Aug.69....
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on 5 January 2015
Excellent - I love this soundtrack
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on 2 April 2015
Not classic Pink Floyd but still has some fantastic music.
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on 19 May 2015
great
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on 2 July 2015
Typical Floyd sounds but some memorable tracks
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