About Which One’s Pink? a tribute to Pink Floyd
”Which One’s Pink?” is a critically acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute band based in Southern California. Since its formation in 1998, Which One’s Pink? has performed hundreds of shows throughout the southwestern United States. The band performs note-for-note recreations of most of Pink Floyd’s extensive catalogue, including complete performances of classic albums such as Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Wish You Were Here, and Animals. Lead Guitarist and Vocalist Paul Samarin emulates the sound and intensity of the original Pink Floyd vocals and captures the soaring beauty of David Gilmour’s legendary guitar solos. Which One’s Pink? is a remarkably accurate and highly-charged live performance of some of the greatest music to come out of the classic rock era. As Alan Parsons – the recording engineer on Pink Floyd’s ”The Dark Side of the Moon” — says ”Which One’s Pink? has all the parts down, the sounds, the solos . . . they pull it off, they really do . . . they easily could be in the same room with Pink Floyd . . . if you close your eyes, you’re hearing Pink Floyd, live” In 2010, Which One’s Pink? released a 13 song recording in tribute to Pink Floyd entitled ”Just the Basic Facts.”
Which One’s Pink? is: Marty Brummer – drums Larry Isenberg – keyboards and vocals Paul Samarin – lead guitar and lead vocals Allen Moreno- guitar Scott Richards – bass guitar and vocals Nick Feduska – keyboards Tali Azerad – backing vocals Sharon Fatoorechi – backing vocals Dan Johnson – sound effects, schoolmaster rant
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