Wish you were here is the seventh studio album released by Pink Floyd. The album was recorded in Abby Road studio from January to July 1975 and released in September. Wish you were here, this song comes from the sincerity of a brother. There are several memory traces left in the brain of dead people. There is no praise or sorrow, but there is a real human nature in it, which is so real that your eyes are wet.
Wish you were here is the first album of Pink Floyd released by Columbia record company. The band members temporarily changed the distribution company because they had a conflict with the original EMI company.
Through the above experience, Roger Waters wrote the criticism of the record company's pursuit of fame and wealth and lack of understanding of music into the lyrics of the album. At the same time, the memory of my best friend Syd has become another theme of this album.