|Single by Pink Floyd|
|from the album Atom Heart Mother|
|Released||10 October 1970|
|Recorded||July 1970 at Abbey Road Studios, London|
|Genre||Progressive rock, psychedelic rock|
|Label||EMI Columbia (UK)
|Producer(s)||Pink Floyd, Norman Smith|
|Pink Floyd singles chronology|
Written and sung by Richard Wright, "Summer '68" was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in July 1970. The song is unique in the band's oeuvre as Wright created layers of vocal harmonies similar to the sound of The Beach Boys. The song was never performed live by the band.
It is the final Pink Floyd song with lyrics written solely by Wright.
- Richard Wright – lead vocals, piano, Hammond organ
- David Gilmour – acoustic guitar, nylon string guitar, backing vocals
- Roger Waters – bass guitar
- Nick Mason – drums, percussion
- Abbey Road Session Pops Orchestra – brass
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