Dave Gilmour's Astoria Recording Studio

Dave Gilmour's Astoria Recording Studio


Hampton, United Kingdom (GB)
This is Pink Floyd guitarist's Dave Gilmour's Astoria recording studio.

The houseboat was originally built in 1911 for theater impresario Fred Karno.

Parts of each of the last two Pink Floyd studio albums, A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell, were recorded on the boat, as were parts of Gilmour's most recent solo album, On an Island. It was also used for mixing the Pink Floyd live albums Delicate Sound of Thunder and P•U•L•S•E as well as the P•U•L•S•E film, Gilmour's Remember That Night DVD and his 2008 live album, Live in Gdańsk.
This is Pink Floyd guitarist's Dave Gilmour's Astoria recording studio.

The houseboat was originally built in 1911 for theater impresario Fred Karno.

Parts of each of the last two Pink Floyd studio albums, A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell, were recorded on the boat, as were parts of Gilmour's most recent solo album, On an Island. It was also used for mixing the Pink Floyd live albums Delicate Sound of Thunder and P•U•L•S•E as well as the P•U•L•S•E film, Gilmour's Remember That Night DVD and his 2008 live album, Live in Gdańsk.
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