Pink Floyd and The Incredible String Band.
As mentioned above, all of the remaining tracks on side 2 of the LP are instrumentals. Track 3 is “More Blues”. This does what is says on the tin. It is only 2.12 minutes long, but is indeed a Gilmour guitar based blues; however, it is done in a uniquely Pink Floyd style.
Track 4, another instrumental of course, is titled “Quicksilver”, and is the longest track on the LP, coming in at a whopping 7.13 minutes. It is a typical swirling organ based fantasy, but a bit more laid back and doom-laden than the norm. In my view, on balance, it goes on too long.
Track 5 is the only one on side 2 not composed by the whole band, and is not strictly an instrumental, in that it does feature some “Speedy Gonzalez” type mutterings. It is called “A Spanish Piece”, and is credited to Gilmour alone. It is the shortest track on the LP, lasting only 1.05 minutes, and is essentially an acoustic Flamenco guitar thing with those mutterings.
The album ends with a final instrumental with the very fitting name “Dramatic Theme”. It is only 2.15 minutes long, but like the first track on side 2 “Main Theme”, this is timeless classic Pink Floyd, and for my money the second best track on the record after “Main Theme”. It is certainly a perfect cadence for this extraordinary LP.
I mentioned last time on “More” that I had it on CD. That CD is apparently Japanese:
but does include all the lyrics of the songs in English: