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I grew up, stepped out of my adolescent brain and became a cynical prick I guess.But my love for Pink Floyd has never waned over the years even though it has perhaps become somewhat dormant from time to time."The Fishermen" was conceived by David Gilmour as a loosely fashioned band that would play secret gigs at various venues throughout the DSOT tour.Throughout the course of the tour Gilmour, Richard Wright, and occasionally Nick Mason (along with the full cast of touring musicians - including Fury herself) performed secret club gigs to blow off steam, have fun, and “jam”.Listening to the sounds of Gilmour and Wright, Carin and Pratt - and Crosby and Nash's contributions - something was suddenly touched off in my mind, an almost long forgotten memory of that beautiful woman from so long ago.For years I had (erroneously) deduced that her name was in fact Margaret Taylor.Clair who was a noted musician in the punk and new wave movements at that time.
Various message board lurkers refer to concert footage suggesting an "innate" chemistry between the two on stage.It is interesting to consider that both the early Floyd, and Gilmour’s previous band Joker’s Wild performed quite a few blues, R and B, and pop covers including songs as diverse as Aretha Franklin's "Respect", Stevie Wonder's "Superstition", Bob Marley's "I Shot The Sheriff" - and get this - The Sugarhill Gang's "Rappers Delight".The gigs were often staged completely off the cuff and they weren't promoted at all.I have to profess an unhealthy kind of love for this woman.Why it was then, that I sort of forgot about her for 18 odd years after-wards is something only the universe can explain.
I mean - could you imagine how cool it would be if Rachel Fury was the one singing "Respect"?!! The only singer from that trio from the DSOT tour to continue with Pink Floyd is the equally fabulous and still prolific Durga Mc Broom (who is credited on "The Division Bell" album and appears in the "P*U*L*S*E" tour line-up.