PINK FLOYD'S HAMMOND ORGAN FROM THE GROUP'S ORIGINAL RECORDING STUDIO, played by Rick Wright on the albums Animals (1977), The Wall (1979), The Division Bell (1994) and The Endless River (2014).
Pink Floyd recorded their early work at Abbey Road but after Wish You Were Here (1975) they decided that their astonishingly ambitious recordings required such extensive studio time that they would establish their own studios in Britannia Row, Islington, in a three-storey block of church halls. Recording at "Britannia Row Studios" started in April 1976 and Animals, Pink Floyd’s tenth studio album, was entirely recorded at the new facility.
It appears that Pink Floyd did not acquire a new instrument for their new studio since the date of manufacture for the organ can be traced to 1962.
Eventually Nick Mason took on full ownership of the studio and in the early 1990s sold it to the current owner who had been managing it since the mid-1980s. At this point it relocated to Fulham but the studio equipment remained intact. As the resident organ it was also featured on Soul II Soul Club Classics Volume 1 (1989), Snow Patrol Final Straw (2003), Pulp His 'n' Hers (1994), The Charlatans Who We Touch (2010) and many others.
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