Ginger Gilmour, the wife of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour from 1975 to 1989, has released a memoir of her life but don’t look for a scandal filled tome.
Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon is Ginger’s personal way of thanking David for such a wonderful adventure-filled life (a story never told before).
It consists of 653 pages, 140 photographs and 90 descriptive stories as she walks us thru individual chapters of her life … glimpsing her heart as you meander down the hallways of her life, pausing & peeking inside a closet or two. A one of a kind life that takes you to secret beach hideaways in the Greek Islands to a remote Middle Eastern village where the likes of Mick Jagger frolic within a hidden world unknown to fans. Ginger’s life has crossed paths with a list of Rock n’ Roll’s biggest stars, spiritual teachers, therapists, friends and adversaries who have helped to guide her to Live, Let go, Forgive and Love God.
Her self-published book itself has been described as a work of art by fans who have already recorded reived it. The book is not a tell-all, but a collection of self-revealing stories of love, truth, motherhood and creativity. Through her artwork and self-belief that she shares, it is evident Ginger’s passion is to uplift others’ hearts beyond the challenges any to remember the Beauty that they are.
It is a must have for those who want to glimpse the other side of the Wall. It is brimming with content that will enlighten anyone who was part of that Rock n Roll Era or has ever dreamt that they could have been.
Ginger first met David at an Ann Arbor, MI Pink Floyd show in October 1971. The couple married in 1975 and had four children, Alice (1976), Clare (1979), Sara (1983) and Matthew (1986). She is also an artist, sculptor and former model.
‘Memoirs of the Bright Side of the Moon’ can be ordered thru Ginger’s website: www.angelscript.com.