“When You’re In” by Pink Floyd

“When You’re In” is an instrumental Pink Floyd dropped on 2 June 1972 as part of their album “Obscured by Clouds”, which was put out through Harvest Record. 

This song is the second on the playlist of the LP and follows another instrumental (“Obscured by Clouds”). In fact there are four instrumentals to be found on this album, which consists of nine songs in total.

At the time of this song’s issuance, Pink Floyd was made up of the following:

  • guitarist David Gilmour
  • drummer Nick Mason
  • bassist Roger Waters
  • keyboardist Richard Wright (1943-2008)

It is those four individuals who are credited with writing this song individually and producing it collectively.

“When You’re In” also acted as the second song on the setlist of the 1973 portion of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon Tour”. And to note, the title was derived from a phrase that someone associated with Pink Floyd, a roadie by the name of Chris Adamson, used to utter.

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