9 thoughts on “ Careful With That Axe, Eugene

  1. “Careful With That Axe, Eugene” is the B-side to Pink Floyd’s non-album single, “Point Me At The Sky”.
  2. Best audio version, for me, early Floyd at their very best - a bootleg recording from with good audio quality. The video is from film of the Hawaii Kapa.
  3. Feb 02,  · Careful with that Axe, Eugene tells the story of two people in the forest cutting a tree. Nick Mason drum being the sound of the axe hitting the tree. While Eugene chops the other man sits on the other side, resting. The resting man calls to his friend "Careful with that axe, Eugene." The first scream is the resting man being hit with the axe.
  4. It was apparently inspired by listening to Pink Floyd song ‘Careful with that axe, Eugene’ on a road-trip. Careful with that Axe - This is the first installment in director Jason .
  5. A: Careful With That Axe, Eugene Acoustic Guitar – Tom "The Perc" Redecker* Bass, Tambura, Didgeridoo – Harry Payuta Drums – Torsten Glade Keyboards – Rolf Kirschbaum Written-By – Gilmour*, Mason*, Wright*, Waters* B: Bricks Of Time Drums – Torsten Glade Electric Guitar – Peter Apel Keyboards – Volker Kahrs Lighting, Recorded By [Live] – Stefan Malschowsky Percussion.
  6. Pink Floyd "Careful With That Axe, Eugene": Down, down. Down, down. The star is screaming. Beneath the lies. Lie, lie. Tschay, tschay, tschay.
  7. Ani from Yerevan, Armenia "Careful with that axe, Eugene" was also named "Murderistic women", "Keep the smiling, people", "Careful with that pipe wrench, Larry". .
  8. Careful With That Axe Eugene. If you Google search axe throwing, you will see every level of axe puns and fun names already out in the world, Bad Axe, Bury the Hatchet, Grab Axxes, Kiss My Axe.

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