Pink Floyd began seven months of intermittent recording at Super Bear Studios and Studio Miraval in France on their next album, The Wall.
6 July 1979
Pink Floyd XI, a limited edition vinyl box set containing all of their albums to date, was released in the UK.
1 September 1979
Two months of work began on The Wall at New York's CBS Studios with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor/arranger Michael Kamen.
Floyd later work on The Wall at Los Angeles' Cherokee Studios and Producer's Workshop.
1 November 1979
Pink Floyd began a week's recording and mixing at The Producers' Workshop in Los Angeles.
23 November 1979
Pink Floyd's single Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2 (B-side: One Of My Turns) was released in the UK. It was the group's first UK single
since Point Me At The Sky in 1968, and spent four weeks at No. 1 in the charts.
30 November 1979
Pink Floyd's new album, The Wall, was released in the UK. Tracklisting: In The Flesh?; The Thin Ice; Another Brick In The Wall, Part 1; The Happiest Days Of Our Lives; Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2; Mother; Goodbye Blue Sky; Empty Spaces;
Young Lust; One Of My Turns; Don't Leave Me Now; Another Brick In The Wall, Part 3; Goodbye Cruel World; Hey You; Is There Anybody Out There; Nobody Home; Vera; Bring The Boys Back Home; Comfortably Numb; The Show Must Go On; In The Flesh; Run Like Hell;
Waiting For The Worms; Stop; The Trial; Outside The Wall. It reached No. 3 in the charts.
8 December 1979
The Wall was released in the US and reached No. 1 in the charts.