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The

News

 

15Sep2008

Rick



I can’t really think of any­thing to say right now apart from how much we will miss him.
He was a unique talent and one of the most impor­tant people in my life.
It’s too sad to write about yet.

139 comments

  1. Bran from Croatia - September 15, 2008 9:19 PM

    My deepest con­dolances to you and your family Guy.

    He was THE sound of Floyd. He was Pink.
    Great, great man.

    Shine on Rick.
    You will for­ever live in your music.

  2. Electric Warrior,Kent - September 15, 2008 9:33 PM

    I heard the news today, oh boy.…

    Guy, this must be a ter­rible day for you all. May you find the strength to pull through this dif­fi­cult time. Floyd have been my pas­sion since i was 15..i am now 48 and i have shed some quiet tears for a man i never met but felt that i knew. Be strong please , all of you. The world is a little darker tonight, but the music will light up the world for­ever.
    Regards
    Steve

  3. Nate - September 15, 2008 9:34 PM

    My thoughts are with you and your family at this time.

  4. Nina - September 15, 2008 9:38 PM

    Such sad news…

    Our thoughts are with you and your family.

    And thank you, Rick, for your music!

  5. Martyn - September 15, 2008 9:53 PM

    A very big loss to music, to his family, and to his many fans.

    Hopefully com­fort can be found in the amount of plea­sure that he brought to mil­lions of people, and the fact that his music will con­tinue to inspire and enter­tain for many, many years to come.

    RIP Rick, enjoy The Great Gig.…

  6. Michèle - September 15, 2008 9:55 PM

    Dreamers may leave , but they’re here ever after”… (David, OAI)

  7. James - September 15, 2008 10:07 PM

    My heart goes out to you and your family. Rest in peace Rick.

  8. Adrian - September 15, 2008 10:20 PM

    Please accept my sin­cere con­do­lences for your loss.

  9. Phil Bridges - September 15, 2008 10:20 PM

    Kutos to you and your wife Guy for sol­dering on and keeping a stiff upper lip with the radio pro­gram, that must have been so so very hard to keep going mate.

    Dunno about anyone else but this news was like a bolt out of the blue, I like thou­sands have a lump in my throat this evening.

    I was at a PF tribute gig on Saturday evening (the won­derful Perfect Alibi) and I men­tioned to a friend that after 30 odd years I’ve never grown tired of works like Dark Side, and I don’t sup­pose I ever will…

  10. Jon - September 15, 2008 10:29 PM

    I couldn’t be sadder upon the hearing of this news. A musi­cian with no equal.

    Our thoughts are with your family, Guy.

  11. AlX - September 15, 2008 10:32 PM

    so sad i cryied… My con­do­lences to Guy, Gala and the rest of the family.
    I never thought i would feel this way…
    Rest in peace Rick. .we´ll never forget you.

    Alex (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

  12. Martin - September 15, 2008 10:33 PM

    Dreadful news…just dreadful.

    I was watching PULSE only yes­terday and reflecting on how stun­ning the per­for­mances were and on a unique and tal­ented bunch of musi­cians.

    Just so very sad…god bless you Rick and thanks for some amazing music and mem­o­ries over the years .

    Shine on fella .

  13. Mike Caddick - September 15, 2008 10:46 PM

    wow,the Floyd com­mu­nity is united all over the world tonight — such a shock to us all — we all agree Rick was always the corner stone of the PF sound.Deepest sym­pa­thies to you,Gala,Millie,Ben and the rest of your family.Take care.
    Sail On,Rick…

  14. NANCE - September 15, 2008 10:48 PM

    I cry with you and for you! Just be glad you were able to enjoy so many years with him. I feel so-​​o blessed with my old mem­o­ries and they are still held very ten­derly in my heart and soul — At least Steve’s there for him now! Love to you all every day — Nance

  15. Maarten Van Pottelberghe - September 15, 2008 10:52 PM

    crap
    crap monday
    crap news
    crap feeling.…
    a strongfew days, weeks, months to you and your family, and to richard’s family.
    kudos indeed.

  16. Jeff Bova - September 15, 2008 10:57 PM

    Guy,

    It’s been a long time. My heart­felt con­do­lences for your and Gala’s loss.

    Warmly,

    Jeff Bova

  17. Piet - September 15, 2008 10:59 PM

    I just posted this on David’s blog. Not much to add.

    What a sad day. Was really looking for­ward to the Gdansk box with more superb playing and singing from Richard and David together (as David just stated on the main web­page, how well their voices and music flowed together) and then this news. A big blow for his family (esp. Guy’s family), all those in and around Pink Floyd and for us fans. I don’t have any other words other than : Thank you Richard, very, very, very much, for your music, your words, your playing, your voice and the fun in playing your so obvious dis­played during the 2006 tour with David !!! You will be sorely missed.

    Piet

  18. Danilo, Italy - September 15, 2008 11:06 PM

    It’s hard to say how much I’ll miss Rick and his music.
    It’s very easy to feel grateful for them.
    Thank you, Richard.

    con­dolances to you and your family, Guy.

  19. Tracy - September 15, 2008 11:08 PM

    I have lost someone close months ago and we are still reeling from the loss. It grad­u­ally becomes easier reflecting on what was without the pain. We have to remember what great times we had and make life the best we can so our little ones will have great mem­o­ries when we leave.

    Bless you all.

  20. Francisco (from Chile) - September 15, 2008 11:12 PM

    From Santiago of Chile, to You, to Gala, to everyone who feel the way we do: A Hug, and all the best.

    Rick is Gone… PF is Gone.

  21. Martin - September 15, 2008 11:15 PM

    🙁

    It will never be the same.

    A look from the window with a shine on his smile. The reflec­tion playing melodies that will live long. A heart that showed a look from afar. A sound that sung from a far­away meadow. A voice that was soft as a spoken whis­pered dream. You shone like the Diamond before you. You will live on like the dia­mond within you. Thank you, Richard. A tear will drop for you for­ever.

    Martin

  22. Caroline - September 15, 2008 11:32 PM

    My thoughts and sym­pa­thies go out to you, your family Guy, and Rick’s family…my heart is still as sunk as when I first heard the news ear­lier today. And I really am about on the verge of tears as I’m now lis­tening to my Floyd playlist (appro­pri­ately tai­lored to have just songs fea­turing Mr. Wright)…which has just gone from “Take It Back” to the P.U.L.S.E. “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”. Like Mr. Bridges, I too will never grow tired of such amazing sounds and Rick’s overall work. I also second the kudos on staying tough during your show yes­terday, Guy…I know it could not have been easy then, nor could it have been over the past few weeks.

    Not only an incred­ibly sad day for the Floyd, but also great and real music and the appre­ci­a­tors and makers of it.

    - Caroline

  23. Annette - September 16, 2008 12:02 AM

    Guy, Gala and family,

    Our first thoughts are for you, I wish you strength.

    I loved Richard’s work. I have had tears in my eyes today.
    He will be badly missed.

    Again, I wish you strength and peace.

    Annette X

  24. Patricio, Mexico - September 16, 2008 12:43 AM

    Guy,

    You knew Richard better than most of us typing here. Your mem­o­ries of him are yours and yours alone. And for that you must feel blessed.

    We heard him in his albums. Some of us even saw him, from afar, at a con­cert or two. Yet, he man­aged to touch us and his effect on the lives of many, myself included, went far beyond the music.

    Here’s to a great talent and a true gen­tleman. Here’s to Richard Wright!

  25. Karen - September 16, 2008 12:49 AM

    My sin­cere con­do­lences Guy for your loss of this truly unique man.

  26. john carroll - September 16, 2008 12:55 AM

    I met Richard in a lift in the Hilton Hotel in Brisbane Australia in 1988. His unique music and unas­suming manner touched many people. My deepest sym­pa­thies to the “Wright Family”. He will be sadly missed, but very well rmem­bered.

  27. Franz - September 16, 2008 1:29 AM

    Thank you, Guy, for writing any­thing to us at this dif­fi­cult time. I appre­ciate you thinking of the fans, it’s quite gen­erous.

    Very sad news, indeed. All our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of Richard’s family.

    Richard was a won­derful artist and such an impor­tant part of Pink Floyd’s sound and spirit. I hope that he knew how much he is loved and appre­ci­ated by us all. We were blessed to have enjoyed his com­pany for so long.

    Best wishes.

    You feel untied, beat­i­fied
    And loved for ever­more

  28. Stef - September 16, 2008 1:31 AM

    Dear Guy,

    My dear con­do­lences to you, Gala and your whole family for this sad loss.

    And with these words I can see, clear through the clouds that cov­ered me. Just give it time, then speak my name…Now we can hear our­selves again..”

    I will speak your name, Richard.…Rest in Peace.

    Stef.

  29. Des Lynch - September 16, 2008 1:35 AM

    Hi Guy & Gala
    so very very sad to hear about your loss

    We ALL loved Rick, what a man, what a sound!

    Choked
    Des Lynch

  30. justin - September 16, 2008 1:41 AM

    Its a sad loss to all who loved floyd now its really not able to be recre­ated ever again the same way sorry for your loss guy knowing you were family. His con­tri­bu­tion to pink floyd will never be for­gotten.

  31. Torgeir Røyset - September 16, 2008 1:47 AM

    I offer my deepest and most heart­felt con­do­lences to you and your family. This day has been just.…empty.

    Rest in peace, mae­stro.

  32. Stephen - September 16, 2008 2:03 AM

    Thanks for the music Rick, you were one of the good guys.

  33. Jason Haas - September 16, 2008 3:15 AM

    Dear Guy, Gala and family,

    I was deeply sad­dened to hear of Rick’s passing today. I’m so sorry. Just tonight I just got the recording of him, David, and com­pany playing Arnold Layne, and my good­ness, it was great to hear… We’ll never forget Rick, and he’ll always be in our hearts.

    Take care,

    Jason
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

  34. mondo - September 16, 2008 3:22 AM

    I am so sorry to hear this soul crushing news. There are simply no words that fit such a tragic loss.

    Just thank you Rick for all your won­derful musical cre­ations that have given me so many years of enjoy­ment

    My love goes out to all his family and friends.

    He will be sorely missed. 🙁

    –mondo

  35. Another Francisco from Chile - September 16, 2008 3:27 AM

    Shine on Mr. Wright, we will remember you for ever and ever.

    See you on the dark side of the moon.

  36. Carlos Culquichicon - September 16, 2008 3:36 AM

    My deepest con­do­lence for you and your family.

    There is no word to express what Rick means for all who love his music.

    Thank you for your con­tri­bu­tion to the music and be part of my life.

    Rest in peace

  37. Ed & Marie - September 16, 2008 3:37 AM

    Dear Guy,

    Our thoughts are with you and your family. We grew up lis­tening to you and Richard Wright on albums and tours… knowing how much we will miss him as fans, we can only imagine how much your family will miss him for so many other rea­sons.

    Our best wishes to you, Gala, your family and the entire Pink Floyd family and our most heart­felt con­do­lences.

    Ed and Marie

  38. Gabrielle, Washington State - September 16, 2008 4:07 AM

    Dearest Guy,

    Such sad news today. My heart breaks for you, Gala, Stanley and all Richard’s extended family and many, many friends. I don’t know what else to say …

    Wishing you peace and love during this dif­fi­cult time.

    Gabrielle

  39. Nisha - September 16, 2008 4:52 AM

    I am deeply sad­dened to hear about Rick’s passing. He was a musi­cian and a gen­tleman and his talent will be missed.

    My con­do­lences to you, Gala and your fam­i­lies during this dif­fi­cult time.

    Nisha
    Bangalore, India

  40. C.S. Cole - September 16, 2008 4:56 AM

    I am so sorry. My thoughts con­tinue to be with you and your family. Richard will be sorely missed and I wish to thank him for his music.

    Thank you for reading. Peace.

    C.S. Cole
    USA

  41. Angelo Ortiz - September 16, 2008 5:16 AM

    Man, what could I pos­sibly add that would make sense. I only knew Richard through his music. You knew the man, the father, the grand­fa­ther, and shared a life with him. My empti­ness is shallow com­pared to the depth expe­ri­enced by you and yours.

    I send you love, kind­ness, and gen­uine warmth through the dis­tance. May you find com­fort and may the pain ease on its own terms.

    Angelo Ortiz
    Bronx, New York
    USA

  42. Marcus Buick - September 16, 2008 5:20 AM

    My deepest thoughts are with you Guy, and with Richard’s extended family. Bless all of you …

    Marcus Buick

  43. Steve "Hyflyr" - September 16, 2008 5:20 AM

    A dream came true for me on April 17, 2006. I was sit­ting in the first row of the bal­cony for the show you all played in Oakland, Ca. Hearing Rick sing Arnold Layne for the 1st time and then Wearing the Inside Out, not to men­tion the rest of his magic he sang and played that night will always be in my soul.

    I am sad­dened by the news and offer my con­do­lences to your whole family. The music world, my world, the whole world is a better place because of the impact Richard Wright made.

    Shine On.….…..

  44. Dragonlady - September 16, 2008 7:10 AM

    I never know what to say in such moments either. Words seem so pow­er­less in the face of such pain. But they are all I can offer.

    Sunila in Switzerland

  45. Mitchell - September 16, 2008 7:13 AM

    Spent the day at a funeral for a friend. I returned to hear on the tele that Rick had passed. Immediately I put the Pulse DVD in the player (best con­cert in the his­tory of the uni­verse). I have watched it count­less times and it always brings tears to my eyes from the shear beauty of it, as any great work of art does.
    Tonight it opened the flood gates.
    My con­do­lences to all who were closest to him and the mil­lions of fans throughout the world that loved him.
    Love and infi­nite light Rick!

  46. Heather - September 16, 2008 7:33 AM

    Dear Guy and family Our deepest sym­pathy to all of you, as well as a fan­tastic musi­cian Rick seemd a really lovely man. Our thoughts are with you at this dreadful time
    Love from Heather and Phil

  47. Tomasz - September 16, 2008 8:15 AM

    I was really sad to hear the news, Rick was such a gifted man, it’s hard to believe he passed away

    My deepest con­do­lences for your family Guy

  48. Dominique - September 16, 2008 8:18 AM

    I heard the news on the radio last night. Rick was my favourite member of my favourite band. All my deepest thoughts go to you and your family, Guy.
    And I still Remember That Night in Paris…

    Regards,

    DD

  49. Jussi - September 16, 2008 8:46 AM

    My heart goes out to you and your family.

  50. james - September 16, 2008 9:20 AM

    not sure why I feel so sad, but I do. A light seems to have gone out. Sympathy and respect.

  51. joni - September 16, 2008 9:31 AM

    Guy,

    Remember the laughs and the good times. He will not be for­gotten.

    jonny

  52. cascatino - September 16, 2008 9:33 AM

    Guy, this is a sad day for every music lover.
    We’ll miss Rick very much.
    Ciao.

  53. Paul - September 16, 2008 9:38 AM

    Guy;
    My deepest con­do­lences to you and your family on the passing of the great Richard Wright. His gen­tle­ness, hon­esty and most of all his music will missed, but it will ” shine on ” !

    The music world has lost a true inno­vator and more impor­tantly a true musi­cian !

    Paul ( Melbourne, Australia )

  54. ripper - September 16, 2008 9:56 AM

    Rack my brain …

    to find the words to tell you goodbye

    sad sad news. deepest sym­pathy to all 🙁

  55. Matty - September 16, 2008 10:17 AM

    Sorrow.

    My thoughts are with you and Gala

    Matt

  56. Graham Kirk - September 16, 2008 10:25 AM

    Deepest sym­pathy to you Gala and all your family at the sad loss of Rick. His spirt will live on for ever in his chil­dren and grand­chil­dren and his legacy to us all of some of the greatest music the world has ever heard. Peace and best wishes to you all

  57. Tiago Freitas - September 16, 2008 11:07 AM

    My Feelings are with you Guy and Gala . Not very much to say, just that i never thought i would be so sad about a person i never met, althought he was with me all my youth and adult life.

  58. Eric - September 16, 2008 11:08 AM

    Dear Guy,

    please wel­come and give to Rick’s family our deepest regrets about Rick’s death.
    Like many people in here, I did not know Rick per­son­ally, but he was part of my life.
    I got to see him per­form 3 times –with you as well– in Lyon in 1994 and then in Paris and in Vienne for David’s latest tour.
    He was a great musi­cian, a true archi­tect of the Floyd’s sound. Moreover He seemed to be a great great man.

    Like mil­lions of people, I am really sad today.

  59. Ralph - September 16, 2008 11:31 AM

    Dear Guy, Gala and family,

    Words fall short to express the sad­ness over Richard’s passing away.
    Please accept my deepest con­do­lences and may you find strength and com­fort in each other to guide you through this dif­fi­cult period.

    Ralph,
    Belgium

  60. Tinker Dill - September 16, 2008 11:50 AM

    im so sad today, Richard Wright, we miss you.

  61. Federico - September 16, 2008 12:56 PM

    Condolences to you all.
    It’s like missing an old friend.
    Goodbye Richard

  62. Olley - September 16, 2008 1:23 PM

    He seemed a gentle soul and was an amaz­ingly tal­ented musi­cian, his musi­cian­ship has cer­tainly been a big influ­ence on me and will remain so. My thoughts are with you, Gala and Richards family.

    Take care,
    Olley

  63. Rob - September 16, 2008 1:46 PM

    I was lucky enough to see Rick per­form live with David Gilmore at the Festival Hall and Albert Hall. It was bril­liant to see him doing what he did best. He WAS Pink Floyd and always came across as such a nice bloke.

    This news is so sad. Please accept my sin­cere con­do­lences.

    Rob

  64. Stefano (Italy) - September 16, 2008 1:54 PM

    Dear Guy,
    Dear Gala,

    Please accept my deepest con­do­lences for this loss.

    This morning I opened the neews­paper and dis­cov­ered this bad news…

    I Remember You and your friends in Milano end Florence…and I’m wery wery sad today.

    Stefano.

  65. Christian from Germany - September 16, 2008 1:57 PM

    Hello Guy,

    I’m so sad about Rick. He was one of the most impor­tant musi­cians in modern his­tory. Thanks for beeing on earth.

    Rick is still alive when his music is played some­where.

    all the best wishes for you, your family and ricks family.

    Christian

  66. Ian - September 16, 2008 2:23 PM

    Memories of Rick will live on with the legacy of his music — gone yes — for­gotten never.

  67. giordano - September 16, 2008 2:32 PM

    the teacher is gone,
    tears on my face .….. he is in my heart.

    Dear Mr.Pratt you’re a great man worthy to know and play with another great man: VI VOGLIO BENE.

    Condolences to all Wright’s Family.

    best regards,
    Giordano from Italy

  68. Geoff Duffy - September 16, 2008 2:49 PM

    I’m so sad and sorry for you and your family Guy in this a truly heart­breaking time .
    words like gentle , modest , and quiet have been linked to Richard , I per­son­ally prefer LEGEND
    Rgds Geoff Duffy ( Dublin )

  69. Konstantin - September 16, 2008 2:59 PM

    Guy,

    We’ll all miss Rick. He was a great musi­cian and a member of a great band. The time for Sorrow has indeed arrived ((((((((

    He’ll always be remem­bered…

    Konstantin from Russia

  70. Ronan Casey - September 16, 2008 4:33 PM

    To Guy, Gala, family, friends, band­mates and road­crew,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Words simply cannot explain the sense of loss everyone is feeling a full day since Rick’s untimely passing. It’s through forums such as this, and the example of your own strength, that we can have the good grace to say Shine On.

    Are dheis Dé fo raibh a h-​​anam dílis,

    grá agus síochain,

    Ronan

  71. Liam - September 16, 2008 4:58 PM

    [riffly_audio]0F307AB4840611DD8211E0F6AEDC5B0E[/riffly_audio]

    Hi Guy
    My Name Is Liam I Saw U And Richard And David And The Boys At Glasgow On The On An Island Tour In 2006 For My 16th And I Could See How Much Everyone Praised Richard

    He Was Special To Me As I First Heard Of Floyd Becuase Of Us And Them.

    I Hope You And Gala Will Cope Through This Very Difficult Time My Uncle Past Away A Few Weeks Ago Aswell And I Found It Very Hard

    Take Care And My Condolenses For You And Your Family Are Always Here For You.

  72. kurtis - September 16, 2008 6:42 PM

    Guy:

    Deepest con­do­lences to you, Gala and your entire family. We only new Richard as a musi­cian, but he was your FAMILY. This is a tragedy (to say the least) but in his music, and through the mem­o­ries of his family, he will live on.

    I wish strength and grace for you and your family. May you find peace in reme­bering a great and gentle man.

    Kurtis

  73. Tony - September 16, 2008 7:15 PM

    Guy

    My thoughts are with you and you family at this sad time

    Tony

  74. Melissa(*_*) - September 16, 2008 8:12 PM

    I’m very sorry about this, and I hope these bad days will pass quickly for you and your family.

  75. Dan - September 16, 2008 8:44 PM

    Dear Guy and family,

    So, so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.

    Richard has brought tremen­dous plea­sure to me over the years. I never knew him per­son­ally, but I will still miss him.

    Deepest con­do­lences,

    Dan

  76. PF_Junkie - September 16, 2008 8:54 PM

    My deepest con­do­lences to all who were close to him.
    I wish you all the strength you need to over­come this great loss.

    PF_​J

  77. Bas - September 16, 2008 9:19 PM

    I hope you, your wife and all other family of Rick will find com­fort in his the leg­endary music and moments he has left behind!

    His gig in the sky will be the best and I am sure he will always be around!

    My deepest con­do­lences…

    Shine on Rick!!!

  78. alternate gilmour - September 16, 2008 9:19 PM

    I am so sad for us all. Rick touched my life and mind in a beau­tiful way. I owe him so much. Rip.

  79. Justin Bousquet - September 16, 2008 9:50 PM

    Guy,

    I’m so sorry that you and your wife had to endure this. Rick was to young and had many more years of recording and pre­forming left. It’s just sad you two never released a joint album.

  80. Justin Bousquet - September 16, 2008 9:50 PM

    Guy,

    I’m so sorry that you and your wife had to endure this. Rick was to young and had many more years of recording and pre­forming left. It’s just sad you two never released a joint album.

  81. Justin Bousquet - September 16, 2008 9:53 PM

    Guy,

    I’m so sorry that you and your wife had to endure this. Rick was to young and had many more years of recording and pre­forming left. It’s just sad you two never released a joint album.

    I being a huge Pink Floyd fan was as well deeply sad­dened by this. I ended uo crying myself to sleep over this huge and out of no where lost.

    I really hope Rick and Syd are jam­ming up in heaven right now!

    –Justin Bousquet

  82. Rob - September 16, 2008 10:28 PM

    Dear Guy,

    What a loss!
    For you, your family and for all musi­clovers.

    Rick was a inspiring, hon­ourable and very tal­ented man.
    He gave so much to the world. We love him and will never forget him.

    I play in a dutch Pink Floyd Tribute band myself. It is obvious how impor­tant Rick was for the soul and sound of Pink Floyd, the best band the world has ever seen!

    Keep the good mem­o­ries; they are all trea­sures.
    I’m sure you find the strength to over­come this ter­rible period.
    Ricks echoes will help you!

  83. Pedro - September 16, 2008 10:34 PM

    Guy,

    My con­do­lences to you and all your family.

    Pedro from Portugal

  84. Christine T - September 16, 2008 10:48 PM

    Dear Guy,
    I’m ter­ribly sorry for your loss. My thougts and prayers and with you and your family during this dif­fcult time.
    Take Care. Christine

  85. Warren Loveridge - September 16, 2008 11:26 PM

    Guy and family,

    My deepest con­do­lences.

    Warren

  86. Becky in Atlanta - September 16, 2008 11:38 PM

    Dear Guy,

    To a fan like me, Richard was a fas­ci­nating paradox: quiet, super pri­vate yet larger-​​than-​​life. An unlikely rock star con­cerned with the music and not the celebrity. I always liked that about him. And the music he made was bril­liant.

    I don’t really know what else to say except that you, Gala and your family have my heart­felt sym­pa­thies.

    Becky

  87. Matt Waite - September 17, 2008 12:45 AM

    From my family to yours, Guy , all of our con­do­lences on your loss.

  88. Claudia Rato - September 17, 2008 1:17 AM

    So sad… My thoughts and feel­ings are with you and your family, Guy.

    He’s now untied, beat­i­fied, and loved forever­more…

  89. Diego from Chile - September 17, 2008 2:15 AM

    it feels like if someone very close to me is gone, what a talent and quite person, i admire so much his work on pink floyd as solo work. his music has joined the last sad hours.
    i hope god send the stenght necce­sary to you and your familiy, best regards
    Diego

  90. Andrew_S in Toronto - September 17, 2008 2:22 AM

    My deepest sym­pa­thies, Guy. Take care of your­self and your family. They really need you now.

    I’m sure that we were all hoping that Richard would be working on a new album or working with you and David again and were just stunned by the news.

    Rick touched us all. He was the most under­rated musi­cian in rock, even though his work was so exquisite.

    All I can say is that Heaven’s all-​​star band has just become better.

    RIP

  91. Carey in Omaha - September 17, 2008 4:29 AM

    I was shocked and sad­dened to hear the news yes­terday, sir. I wish you the best of luck in dealing with the loss, and hope to one day see Mr. Wright at the Great Gig In the Sky

    wish you were here, Rick. Shine on

  92. Adolfo Antonio Ríos Alcorta - September 17, 2008 5:35 AM

    Guy:
    My con­don­lences for your family in this sad moment.
    Rick is in heaven, in the deep space sailing with Syd searching the new sound of uni­verse.
    Comfort your heart an your soul.

  93. Haris Varajic - September 17, 2008 9:10 AM

    Please accept deepest con­do­lences…

    Huge loss for music in overall.

    RIP

  94. KenF - September 17, 2008 9:43 AM

    Dearest Guy,
    My sin­cerest con­do­lences go out to you, Gala, your family and friends.
    How can mere words express the grief and untimely loss of your father-​​in-​​law.
    Richard was the archi­tect of such won­derful, enchanting music.
    It has been an honour to have wit­nessed his musical flair on many occa­sions during his life­time. I’m so grateful to have been aware of the talent he imparted to this world.

    I will savour his legacy for the rest of my days.

    Cherish the mem­o­ries.

  95. Julian Clark, Aylesbury, UK - September 17, 2008 9:53 AM

    Guy

    I resisted posting any­thing as I did not feel I could ade­quately por­tray my heart­felt feel­ings and sorrow.

    I pass on my deepest con­do­lences to you, Gala, your family and all of Rick’s family and friends.

    I always felt that Rick’s con­tri­bu­tion to Pink Floyd (since I first heard them in 1967) was the defining dif­fer­ence in their music. I will miss him and I know mil­lions of other fans out there will miss him too.

    Best regards
    Ju

  96. Gertjan - September 17, 2008 11:51 AM

    Dear Mr. Pratt, Dear Guy,

    I pass my deepest con­do­lences to you and your family. This must be a ter­rible time for you and your loved ones.

    The passing of Richard Wright leaves us all very sad and shocked. An era seems to have ended much too early. I hope that you will keep per­forming with David Gilmour to keep the memory of Richard Wright alive.

    Warm regards,
    Gertjan

  97. marco - September 17, 2008 12:01 PM

    GOODBYE RICK. “ECHOESOF YOUR MUSIC FOREVER IN MY HEART.

  98. Musaab Al-Saleem - September 17, 2008 12:41 PM

    Condolences for you and for your wife and all Ricks family and friends. His music will for­ever live in the soles of every pink floyd lis­tener. I feel as if i have lost a family member, i guess i’ve been lis­tening to his music all my life so its part of who i’m i. He seemed like suck a soleful person and loosing him would be so hard for you and for your family.

    Condolences

  99. James Geary - September 17, 2008 6:12 PM

    Guy,

    I can’t even imagine what you are going through when I am so upset about Richards passing having not even known him but through his music. My prayers are with you and your family at this trying time. Rick will always live on in the genius of his music and will be missed greatly.

    James Geary

  100. sylvie laurin - September 17, 2008 10:33 PM

    I just want to send to you some thoughts for Rick…I am an irreg­ular on David’s web­site and it’s a really sad news that we’ve heard. So please accept our con­doleances to you, your wife and the rest of Rick’s family. Sincerely from Canada, Sylvie de mon­tréal.

  101. Manuel Alfaro, ASCOT - September 17, 2008 11:28 PM

    Guy,

    My deepest con­do­lences to you, your wife and all Richard’s family.
    Words will never express the loss of such musi­cian.

    World has lost one of the most pre­cious dia­monds.

    I hope he is already jam­ming along with Syd, wher­ever they are.

    Shine on Richard!

    Warm regards,

    Manuel

  102. Cecilia (Argentina) - September 18, 2008 6:42 AM

    My con­dolances to you and your family. I´ve heard his music for more than 20 years now. He gave beau­tiful sounds to world that will never be for­gotten. I´m very sad and my thoughts are with all of you.

  103. Robyn - September 18, 2008 6:43 AM

    My thoughts are you with you and Gala and your family during this very sad and dif­fi­cult time.

  104. Jason Emery - September 18, 2008 8:27 AM

    I am really strug­gling to cope with the sad news at the loss of Rick, i like so many others grew up with the Floyd and we felt part of the family.
    My thoughts are with you Guy and the family.

  105. Peter Harold, Sweden - September 18, 2008 11:11 AM

    Hi there…

    It is very strange; I haven’t met Mr Richard Wright in person (except for attending the Pink Floyd con­cert in Guthenburg, Sweden 1994), but the loss of Mr Wright feels like the loss of a per­sonal friend to me.

    The news about his death hap­pens at the same time that we was expecting infor­ma­tion about Mr Wrights next solo-​​album. Instead of good news we got sad news.

    On behalf of the Swedish fans of Pink Floyd and Mr Richards Wright I can tell you that we will miss this gen­uine, soft-​​spoken Englishman that brought us his fan­tastic music. Thank you, Richard, for every­thing!

  106. Guy Pratt - September 18, 2008 10:27 PM

    This post is strictly for Rick thank you.

  107. Murat - September 19, 2008 12:01 AM

    I never knew that I loved him so much. I feel as if I lost someone in my family. He cre­ated mag­ical sounds and com­posed beau­tiful songs. He was a won­derful musi­cian.
    Rest in peace Mr. Richard Wright

  108. Phoenix - September 19, 2008 12:09 AM

    My deepest apolo­gies, Guy. I would have pre­ferred to reply directly to Mike, of course.

  109. Rodrigo Fernandez (Mexico) - September 19, 2008 3:21 AM

    Good bye and deeply sorry. This is really sad…Rick, you will be always present in our minds and hearts.
    All the best for the Pink Floyd family
    Gracias Maestro!
    Rodrigo

  110. Emilio - September 19, 2008 8:55 AM

    My thoughts and love to all your family,
    it’s shockin’ news…
    emilio

  111. phil - September 19, 2008 9:05 AM

    Five Days later, and I still feel ter­ribly affected. Nothing like this since Lennon (08÷12÷80).

    I sup­pose all the Floyd/​Gilmour stuff is so per­son­able, so real, that you feel part of the family. You watch the DVD’s and feel part of it.

    Since Monday, I have watched RTN Disc 2 repeat­edly. The Birthday cel­e­bra­tion is now even more poignant. There is gen­uine love for “that awk­ward bugger” — Reeeechard!

    My sin­cere con­do­lences Guy, and Gala.

  112. Simon - September 19, 2008 11:27 AM

    Dear Guy,

    I just wanted to express my con­do­lences to you, Gala and family. He was an amaz­ingly beau­tiful musi­cian, and a warm, gen­uine person.

    Simon

  113. harry de vries - September 19, 2008 2:55 PM

    My deepest con­do­lences to you. Richard was a unique some­what under­es­ti­mated talent but he made the sound of Floyd so Floyd. I saw Pink Floyd and Richard live on stage five times. Lucky man I am.

    I looked at the DVD from the ‘On an Island Tour’ and saw what a fun it was playing together and playing with Richard. Not only plea­sure on stage but also back stage and off stage. One big family. Now it’s over. Happily what always will remain is Richard’s beau­tiful music.

    Take care Guy and all the best
    Harry de Vries (The Netherlands).

  114. Steven aka Kingofcheese - September 19, 2008 3:54 PM

    I thought of quoting lyrics from The Floyd,
    Something won­derful and evoca­tive,
    Yet in truth,
    It just somehow feel’s wrong.

    I wish I’d had the plea­sure of meeting Rick. On those occasions’s i got to see him ‘live’ with the Floyd and espe­cially with David Gilmour, i knew he was a true master of music. My one abiding memory of seeing him ‘live’ was at the Royal Festival Hall with David, and what got me was the volume of the wave of gen­uine appre­ci­a­tion that ran though the crowd as Rick was intro­duced as a spe­cial guest. At a later gig (with David) he played two songs from his ‘broken china’ album, which for me was a strong emo­tional moment, as is the whole of that album.
    So to finish i wish you all my deepest sym­pathy at the lose of such a won­derful and much loved man

    Steven Richardson

    PS. Thank you Guy for this Blog page, i hope in time you and the family get a chance to read this and know just how spe­cial Rick was to us the crowd.
    Take care

  115. Michael Stickings - September 19, 2008 6:33 PM

    I thought you all might be inter­ested in the two trib­utes — more per­sonal reflec­tions than formal obits — that I posted at my blog this week (it’s a lib­eral polit­ical blog, but I took time away from the U.S. pres­i­den­tial cam­paign to write about what Rick and Floyd mean to me):

    Richard Wright (19432008)

    Richard Wright, in memo­riam

  116. Michael Stickings - September 19, 2008 6:36 PM

    Our thoughts are with you and your family, Guy.

    There isn’t much that can be said. Rick touched so many of us through his music.

  117. Kevin from Michigan - September 19, 2008 6:51 PM

    The world lost a great musi­cian, and an even better man this week. You and your family lost some­thing far greater than any of us who mourn his passing have. I hope you all find some com­fort in knowing how much Richard was loved and admired, by count­less people. The thoughts and prayers of those same people are with all of you.

    I am so sorry for your loss.

  118. Irene - September 19, 2008 8:14 PM

    Still feeling sad and shocked, I don´t know really what to say. Words seem in such a sit­u­a­tion empty.
    I can only say that, despite I had never the chance to see Richard Wright live, his music meant very much to me.
    Shine on Richard Wright…and thank you for the won­der­full music.

    My sin­cere con­do­lences to you Guy and to Gala.

    Irene (from Germany)

  119. Roy - September 20, 2008 3:22 AM

    My deepest con­do­lences for this irre­place­able and shocking loss to you and the entire Wright family and friends.
    Also, to all the Pink Floyd band mem­bers, musi­cians, man­age­ment and count­less fans.

    May God Grant him eternal rest and may his mem­o­ries and the music live on for­ever…

  120. giordano - September 20, 2008 9:14 AM

    Good morning Mr. Pratt.
    How do you feel?
    The memory and music of Mr.Wright always in my mind and my heart.
    vi voglio bene

    best regards,
    gior­dano from italy

  121. DAVID KENYON - September 20, 2008 8:13 PM

    There have been a lot of com­pli­ments and expres­sions of admi­ra­tion for Rick made since his passing away. Judging by DG’s obser­va­tion of Ricks sur­prise at the ova­tions he got on the recent tour, Rick was unaware just how much he was respected, admired and loved and by so many people. Its too late to tell him now, but per­haps theres a lesson to be learned here. Maybe we should all tell someone we love, admire and/​or respect exactly how we feel and not leave it until its too late.
    Wouldnt it be a nice tribute to Rick to make some­ones day by telling them how much theyre loved whilst they’re still here to appre­ciate it ?

    Deepest sym­pathy to Ricks family and friends.

  122. dAn - September 21, 2008 4:22 AM

    My first time vis­iting this blog and com­menting.
    So first of all, as a HUGE Pink floyd fan and as a Bassist myself, Guy, you are one of my influ­ences when it comes to bass! You’re AWSOME!

    And last. My prayers go out to you , your family, and Richard’s family. He was, with no suprise, a WONDERFUL, COLOURFUL person. The sad news hit me like a ton of bricks and sad­dend me to this day. It’s unbe­liev­able 🙁

    Stay strong!

    With love: DAN

  123. Linda - September 21, 2008 3:31 PM

    Dear Guy and Gala . it is so hard to know what to say in this time of loss . i was so shocked to read an e-​​mail sent by one of my friends from the david gilmour chat room with the link to the bbc obit­uary . my heart goes out to you and your wife and the rest of ricks family . i will be thinking of you all .

  124. Bill Feehan - September 22, 2008 7:41 PM

    To you, Rick’s loved ones and the whole Pink Floyd family:

    My deepest sym­pa­thies to you all for your loss. I was only just recently looking at the David Gilmour DVD that just came out — watching the 45-​​minute extra showing you all “behind the scenes” on the OAI tour — and found Rick to be an insightful, sen­si­tive and mag­nif­i­cently tal­ented man. I watched it again and when the scene came to where you were all in Austria cel­e­brating his birthday and playing with the wine glasses, it’s pretty safe to say the poignancy of that moment wasn’t lost on me.

    Whether as band or as indi­vidual solo efforts, your music has — and will always have — an infi­nite reach. If any com­fort can be taken in this moment, it’s that his legacy will NEVER diminish.

    Shine on to you all and peace.

  125. Elena - September 22, 2008 10:04 PM

    Dear Guy how can I say all my sad­ness for Rick’s death, I haven’t the word to tell him goodbye.
    In the first time my con­dolances to you and your family.
    It is very strange: I knew that Pink Floyd were a won­derful part of my life, but the lost of Rick feel me so empty, like the lost of a close friend.
    I have known Pink Floyd when I was 8 years old, I have grown up with them, with their music, emo­tions, feel­ings and teaching and now that I have 27 I feel so sad that I never been before.
    Pink Floyd are part of my life and every time I will play their song (expe­cially “The great gig in the sky, Shine and Us and them) my ded­i­ca­tion will be for the best teacher of key­bords and music of the world, the graet Rick!
    I’ve seen him in 1994 when Pink Floyd playd in Turin and in 2006 in all dates of David con­certs: magic moments that will be for­ever in my heart.
    Thank’s Guy to have opened this blog, I hope you’ll read my thoughts, I’m near you and your family.
    Rick shine on and play among the stars the won­derful “The great gig in the sky”.
    Ti vogliamo bene Rick!!!

    Elena & Nick
    da Turin (Italy)

  126. Jilly - September 23, 2008 9:53 AM

    You love, admi­ra­tion and pride in being part of Rick’s life had always shone out when­ever you men­tion his name.

    My thoughts are with you all.
    Jilly x

  127. Mike - September 24, 2008 5:00 PM

    Guy

    A short note to offer you and your family my deepest sym­pathy on your loss.

    It can be of very little con­so­la­tion to you all at this stage; but you should all take com­fort in the fact that Rick enriched the lives of mil­lions of people, and there very few who of us who can hon­estly say that.

    As Auden said:

    He was silly like us, his gift sur­vived us all”

  128. Nelson Vargas Casanova - September 24, 2008 7:14 PM

    Estimado Guy.

    No creo que existan pal­abras para expresar el pesar que nos pro­duce el deceso de Richard Wright, y mas aun el dolor y la des­ol­cion que sobrecoge vue­stros cora­zones (vuestra Familia), su musica es recon­for­t­ante, ali­menta nue­stros espir­itus y eleva el alma a dimen­siones asom­brosas, atraves de su musica solaente pude cono­cerlo, pero se que fue un alma buena un factor agluti­nante y con­cil­i­ador, en con­se­cuencia su legado traspasa la musica.
    En cul­turas ori­en­tales, la muerte solo es un cambio de estado, y hasta cel­e­bran con ale­gria una muerte.…pero como poder entender su par­tida, sin sentir un pofundo dolor por su ausencia, solo tocando e inter­pre­tando su musica encuentro con­suelo a su par­tida y siento su pres­encia per­ma­nente en la fuerza de su inter­preta­cion.

    Talves nunca leas este requiem, pero quiero que sepas, que en Valdivia, Chile.…su musica suena con mas fuerza que nunca y es cul­ti­vada en nue­stros hijos, quienes sin duda alguna per­pet­u­aran en la gen­era­ciones pos­te­ri­ores, el legado de su musica, mis con­do­len­cias Guy tu dolor, es mi dolor.

  129. michele - September 26, 2008 6:01 PM

    rick goodbye, your music will sound ‘for­ever in our hearts!!!

  130. Walter - September 28, 2008 5:42 AM

    Dear Gala and Guy,

    My deepest con­do­lences to you, your family and friends. The very sad news of Richard’s passing has had a much to strong impact here, too. He influ­enced so many musi­cians (myself included) and warmed up so many hearts with the spirit of his music and del­i­cate playing.

    Por favor, reciban un muy muy calido y sin­cero abrazo de un extraño desde aquí.

    Walter
    from Mexico City

  131. Angela - October 1, 2008 3:48 AM

    I’m ter­rible with things like this (nothing I say is ade­quate), but I’m very, very sorry for your loss. I remember the first time I heard, “Us and Them.” I was four years old and it absolutely mes­mer­ized me. I can still, to this day, hear that song and feel that exact same feeling. It’s very com­forting.

    See, I told you I was bad at this. My con­do­lences to you, Gala, and all those that loved Richard.

  132. Angela - October 1, 2008 4:29 AM

    Forgot to men­tion that I’m new here, so I hope I’m not over­step­ping my bounds by chiming in.

    Ang

    From Oklahoma City

  133. Claire Hitchman - October 17, 2008 12:30 AM

    Such sad sad news. Have just fin­ished watching Live at the Royal Alberta Hall AGAIN Rick will be missed for­ever. My heart­felt con­do­lences to your family Guy.

    X Claire

    Canmore Alberta Canada.

  134. Humberto quintas - October 24, 2008 11:57 PM

    You are a PINK FLOYD FOREVER!Thank you for ever­thing!

  135. Steve In NY - November 2, 2008 7:05 PM

    Guy, my deepest sym­pa­thies to you and your family.

  136. ÓßÓ ãÍÇÑã - March 3, 2009 6:28 AM

    sry i just know how to write my name in arabic :)) anyway how­ever my eng­lish not that good but i think i get the point. thanks

  137. robert follen - July 31, 2010 4:57 PM

    Hello guy, I hope you enjoy your time at the Fringe this year! I have read your book and enjoyed it very much, I couldnt put it down!

    I thought I’d say that when Rick passed away I put a bunch of flowers down at Abbey Road and did the same last year and will do so the same this year! He is still an influ­ence on me and and I can’t really believe there hasn’t been any proper Syd-Barrett-Tribute-@-the-Barbican-style memo­rial for Rick! So it’s my way of saying I miss you Rick!
    I went to Leicester Square Odeon on wednesday to watch Inception and realised the last time I was in there was at the Remember That Night DVD pre­mière, I saw Rick and he was very incour­aging as I men­tioned the band I play in had a gig the next night.

    I’ve also worked at Moorfields Eye Hospital for a few years now and I pulled Rick’s files when he came in for treat­ment.

    I wish you well and good luck with your Wake-​​Up tour!

    Best wishes to your family and to Gala.

    robert 🙂

  138. GeorgeAnna - October 11, 2010 10:57 PM

    Dear Rick,
    I will miss you so much. please E-​​mail me and let,me know where you are. I would appre­ciate it. My God bless you and your famiuly.

  139. Katka - January 22, 2012 11:41 AM

    I never thought I’ll be crying for (The) someone in my 11 years old.…
    Feeling with you Sir.

    Respect from Prague.