Many years ago (well past the Statute of Limitations), a friend of mine, who 'had access' to some potent substances, made the mistake of leaving me alone with a large bag of concentrated kief. And Pink Floyd's UmmaGumma album (vinyl). At the time, I knew little restraint, so when he returned, his kief supply was mostly depleted, I was in somewhat of a stupor *, and UmmaGumma had been on auto-repeat for about 8 hours. Vinyl collectors have a term "White-grooved."
I've seen the original band, and they often spent the big $ to set up quadrophonic sound systems, and swept the concert halls with 3D sound FX, well before the day.
Glad that was then, cause Roger Waters has gone pretty much off the edge (no doubt the reason they don't tour). Gilmore is still great. No one except me remembers the names of the other guys, but they always held it down.
If you play a Strat, there are several makers who custom-cloned Gilmore pickups. One is Onamac Windery (somewhere in western US), who has a 'Pink' set. There's also Klein (the S-8 set), who is known for trying to chemically copy winding materials and magnetics. In all cases, the bridge pickup is heavily, heavily overwound. That's one of the keys.
If you have a stratocaster, you might consider one of those. Onamac is very good. Of course you gotta learn the lines too, but the pickups will help to get you in the right place.
'*' = I don't do that any more. Not good for short-term memory.