OBITUARY: Richard Wright. Rock musician. Born Pinner, England, July 28, 1943. Died London, September 15, aged 65.
RICHARD Wright's keyboard playing was a vital ingredient of the sound that made Pink Floyd one of the biggest selling acts in the history of rock music. A founding member of the band, he also sang lead on several tracks on the group's early albums and co-wrote music for several of their best-selling albums, including The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here.