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26 May 1978
David Gilmour's debut solo album, David Gilmour, was released.
The album featured musicians from David's pre-Floyd group Jokers Wild, bass guitarist Rick Wills and drummer John 'Willie' Wilson. The album was mostly recorded at Super Bear Studios, France, after Pink Floyd's In The Flesh tour.

September 1978
Roger Waters began demoing ideas for the next Pink Floyd album, The Wall, and what became his next solo album, The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking, at Britannia Row studios.

22 September 1978
Richard Wright released his first solo album, Wet Dream. The album was recorded at Super Bear Studios, France, between January and February 1978, and featured, among others, saxophonist Mel Collins and Floyd's touring guitarist Snowy White.