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Pink Floyd - 01 The Post War Dream (Spanish Subtitles - Subtítulos en Español)

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Published on Dec 20, 2010

Pink Floyd - The Post War Dream (Spanish Subtitles - Subtítulos en Español)
The Final Cut
1983

"The Post War Dream" es la primera canción del álbum The Final Cut de 1983 de Pink Floyd.



The Post War Dream
[Car sound, switching on of car radio]
"...announced plans to build a nuclear fallout shelter at Peterborough
in Cambridgeshire..."
[phzzt! of returning]
"...three high court judges have cleared the way..."
[phzzt!]
"...It was announced today, that the replacement for the Atlantic
Conveyor the container ship lost in the Falklands conflict would be
built in Japan, a spokesman for..."
[phzzt!]
"...moving in. They say the third world countries, like Bolivia, which
produce the drug are suffering from rising violence...[fades]"
Tell me true, tell me why, was Jesus crucified
Is it for this that Daddy died?
Was it for you? Was it me?
Did I watch too much T.V.?
Is that a hint of accusation in your eyes?
If it wasn't for the nips
Being so good at building ships
The yards would still be open on the clyde.
And it can't be much fun for them
Beneath the rising sun
With all their kids committing suicide.
What have we done, Maggie what have we done?
What have we done to England?
Should we shout, should we scream
"What happened to the post war dream?"
Oh Maggie, Maggie what have we done?


Composición
La canción tiene aprox. 3 minutos de duración y consiste en muchos efectos de sonido, como botes de remos y gritos, similar a todo el álbum. La música en sí comienza tranquila, con sintetizadores y la voz "callada" de Roger Waters, además del sonido de algunos instrumentos orquestales. A esto lo sigue una sección de más volumen y más teatral, dominada por guitarras eléctricas. Durante ésta sección Waters grita la letra, en contraste con la primera parte.

La melodía de la primera parte se asemeja a la canción "Sam Stone" de 1971 de John Prine acerca de la trágica muerte de un veterano de guerra. Ambas canciones comparten la misma progresión de acordes, instrumentación y melodía. Incluso están en la misma escala (Fa mayor).

[editar] Personal
Roger Waters - voces, bajo
Michael Kamen - harmonium
David Gilmour - guitarra
Nick Mason - batería

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