John Catucci is a funny man who takes his food seriously. In the fifth season of You Gotta Eat Here!, John's back for another helping of delicious, mouthwatering, over-the-top comfort food at fantastic restaurants. From neighborhood institutions and legendary spots to instant classics, each half hour episode features our hilarious and hungry host as he eats his way across the country – and beyond! We'll see more fantastic Canadian and US dining destinations, plus special Rome, Florence, London, and Dublin editions!

You Gotta Eat Here! - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-08-18

You Gotta Eat Here! - Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd album) - Netflix

Wish You Were Here is the ninth studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd. It was first released on 12 September 1975 in the United Kingdom by Harvest Records and a day later in the United States by Columbia Records. Inspired by material the group composed while performing in Europe, the album was recorded in numerous sessions at Abbey Road Studios in London. Two of its songs criticise the music business, another expresses alienation, and the multi-part composition “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” is a tribute to Pink Floyd founder Syd Barrett, who had left seven years earlier due to mental health problems. As with their previous album The Dark Side of the Moon (1973), the band used studio effects and synthesizers, and brought in guest singers: Roy Harper, who provided the lead vocals on “Have a Cigar”, and Venetta Fields, who added backing vocals to “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”. Wish You Were Here topped record charts in the United Kingdom and the United States, and Harvest Records' parent company EMI was unable to print enough copies to meet demand. Although it initially received mixed reviews from critics, the album went on to receive critical acclaim, appearing on Rolling Stone's lists of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time” and the “50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time”. Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright and guitarist David Gilmour have both cited Wish You Were Here as their favourite Pink Floyd album.

You Gotta Eat Here! - InstrumentationEdit - Netflix

As in The Dark Side of the Moon, the band used synthesizers such as the EMS VCS 3 (on “Welcome to the Machine”), but softened with Gilmour's acoustic guitar and percussion from Mason. The beginning of “Shine On” contains remnants from a previous but incomplete studio recording by the band known as “Household Objects”. Wine glasses had been filled with varying amounts of fluid, and recordings were made of a wet finger circling the edge of each glass. These recordings were multi-tracked into chords, and used in the opening of “Shine On”. Jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli and classical violinist Yehudi Menuhin were performing in another studio in the building, and were invited to record a piece for the new album. Menuhin watched as Grappelli played on the song “Wish You Were Here”; however, the band later decided his contribution was unsuitable and, until 2011, it was believed that the piece had been wiped. It turns out his playing was included on the album, but so low in the final mix that the band presumed it would be insulting to credit him. He was paid £300 for his contribution (equivalent to £2,300 in 2018). Dick Parry again played saxophone, on “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”. The opening bars of “Wish You Were Here” were recorded from Gilmour's car radio, with somebody turning the dial (the classical music heard is the finale of Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony).

You Gotta Eat Here! - References - Netflix