The version of Miley Cyrus’s ‘Wish you Were Here’ of Pink Floyd: how acceptable or terrible?

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This weekend, the pop artist Miley Cyrus made a version of the mythical theme of ‘Wish you Were Here’ of Pink Floyd for the program of american tv ‘Saturday Night Live’. For many it is more than acceptable, but for some followers of the band was something terrible…

What do you think to it? The video can be viewed on these lines. It really is about the songs the more affordable of the group for versioned for any musician, as it is a minimalist piece where, as in the case of Cyrus, it is enough to sing over a guitar solo, although in origin they do lack several lines of harmonic and melodic of this instrument, being more complex.

Although Miley Cyrus is an author of pop music and many times in its electronics, is also a lover of the rock and has at times made do with t-shirts of bands of the genre and has also done versions of metal and rock mixed. However, it has never been removed in the wake of pop artist and actress in her teens when she played Hannah Montana for Disney.

Fans of Pink Floyd, in any case, you are in luck these weeks because the band is giving away the Friday several concerts in full for the quarantine of the coronavirus

The popular ‘Tap’ was the first and is now available on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hokGXqEsCXk

This version of ‘Press’ this is a restored version and reedited and lasts 90 minutes. The concert was filmed on 20 October 1994 at Earls Court, London, in 4:3 format.

The band already said in their profiles on social networks that you want the “best” followers and their families. “With so many people confined in their homes, we will go on posting as usual, offering images, music and videos of interest and fun to help us all to overcome this”, commented.

Do not miss his versions of paintings, and designs of Van Gogh:

And don’t miss his video of ‘The Scream’ by Edvard Munch:

the scream munch pink floyd