Us And Them
Pink Floyd
Us, and them
And after all we're only ordinary men
Me, and you
God only knows it's not what we would choose to do
Peak Chart Position
  • peaked at No. 101 on the Billboard Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart in 1974
  • the second single released from Pink Floyd's eighth studio album, The Dark Side of the Moon (1973)
  •  "Us and Them" was originally written on the piano by Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright in 1969 for the film Zabriskie Point - it was titled "The Violent Sequence" and the original demo was instrumental, featuring only piano and bass - director Michelangelo Antonioni rejected it as he was looking for something more uptempo and said it made him think of church - Wright put it aside until the Dark Side of the Moon sessions in 1972 when lyrics were added by bassist Roger Waters
  • there is a break between Dick Parry's two saxophone solos which contains a spoken part - this was performed by Pink Floyd roadie Roger "The Hat" Manifold
  • on the record:
        David Gilmour - guitar, lead vocals
        Roger Waters - bass guitar
        Richard Wright - organ, piano, harmony vocals
        Nick Mason - drums, percussion
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        Dick Parry - saxophone
        Lesley Duncan - backing vocals
        Doris Troy - backing vocals
        Barry St. John - backing vocals
        Liza Strike - backing vocals
  • written by Richard Wright, Roger Waters
  • produced by Pink Floyd
  • engineered by Alan Parsons
  • recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England
  • length- 7:51 (album version), 3:15 (single edit)
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