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Ron Geesin

Ron Geesin
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Ronald Frederick Geesin (born 17 December 1943, in Stevenston, Ayrshire, Scotland) is a Scottish musician and composer, noted for his quirky creations and novel applications of sound. Geesin is well known to Pink Floyd fans as the "Pict" referenced in the title of the experimental track "Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict," for which he provided the only understandable human vocals (Floyd's Roger Waters, the primary composer of the track, had contributed some unintelligible sounds as well). He continued to work with the band, next as the orchestrator and organizer of Pink Floyd's "Atom Heart Mother" in 1970. Since then, he has worked on a number of soundtracks for film and television, as well as inventing instruments and delving into various hybrid art forms.
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Ron Geesin — Electrosound Ron Geesin — Electrosound
(Glo-Spot 1102, 1972/2008, LP)
Pink Floyd — Atom Heart Mother Pink Floyd — Atom Heart Mother
(Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab UDCD595, 1970/1993, CD)
Ron Geesin / Roger Waters — Music from The Body Ron Geesin / Roger Waters — Music from The Body
(Harvest CZ 178, 1970/1989, CD)
Pink Floyd — Ummagumma Pink Floyd — Ummagumma
(EMI 50999 028937 2 3, 1969/2011, 2CD)
Ron Geesin — A Raise of Eyebrows Ron Geesin — A Raise of Eyebrows
(Strange Days Records POCE-1139, 1967/2007, CD)

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