When You're In
|"When You're In"|
|Song by Pink Floyd from the album Obscured by Clouds|
|Published||World Copyrights Ltd|
|Released||3 June 1972 (UK)
15 June 1972 (US)
Château d'Hérouville, Hérouville, France
|Genre||Blues rock, instrumental rock, progressive rock|
"When You're In" is a track from Pink Floyd's 1972 album Obscured by Clouds. It is entirely instrumental, with a repetitive guitar riff repeating until the piece fades out. The title is a reference to a phrase by former Pink Floyd crew member, Chris Adamson, who would respond to when asked about a repair: "I'm in. And when you're in, you're in."
This song, along with "Obscured by Clouds", was played live in late 1972 and usually opened shows on the 1973 The Dark Side of the Moon tour. The live performances were often an extended version which allowed David Gilmour to perform a guitar solo and Richard Wright to add a Hammond organ and Minimoog solo.
- David Gilmour - electric guitars
- Roger Waters - bass guitar
- Richard Wright - Hammond organ, piano
- Nick Mason - drums
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- Manning, Toby (2006). "The Albums". The Rough Guide to Pink Floyd (1st ed.). London: Rough Guides. p. 164. ISBN 1-84353-575-0.
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