Posts Tagged ‘Pink Floyd’

The Wall

January 4, 2016

A film by Roger Waters, The Wall.

Frank Waters, father of Roger Waters, was posted missing in Italy, presumed dead, at the end of WWII. Roger Waters was five months old.  As a child, he wanted to go to Italy and bring back his father.

The Wall is The Wall of 1979 revisited.

Dark Side of the Moon

August 27, 2012

Trinity Orchestra plays Time and Breathe (Reprise) from Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd.

The performance was in Christ Church Cathedral as part of the 10 Days in Dublin Festival. The full set list included “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”, Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’, “Wish You Were Here” and “Comfortably Numb”.

Trinity Orchestra’s final performance of Pink Floyd’s ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ will be on Saturday 1 September 2012 at 12.30pm, Main Stage, Electric Picnic 2012.

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Let us hope Trinity Orchestra release the full concert on youtube and put on bandcamp.

I saw Pink Floyd play at Knebworth Park.

Comfortably Numb – Pink Floyd

August 26, 2012

Comfortably Numb from The Wall, Pink Floyd live at Live 8 in London.

Arooj Aftab

April 5, 2012

Sufi poetry set to music. And by amazing contrast Pink Floyd Comfortably Numb.

Sadly only individual tracks, but a début album is rumoured for 2012.

David Gilmour – The Divison Bell

November 20, 2010

This is about as good as it gets! At least it is if you have the original concert on DVD. This on YouTube is poor video, poor sound.

Not Pink Floyd as incorrectly recorded on YouTube, but was originally perfomed by Pink Floyd.

I think this is from the acoustic concert David Gilmour gave at the Royal Festival Hall. At the time he gave two concerts, one at the Royal Festival Hall the other at the Royal Albert Hall.

Shine On You Crazy Diamond – David Gilmour

August 7, 2010

David Gilmour, former guitarist Pink Floyd, live in concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Dick Parry on Sax, Nick Wright on keyboards (Pink Floyd), guest appearance by Dave Crosby and Graham Nash (Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young).

Shine On You Crazy Diamond sends shivers down the spine.

For those who still pine for a Pink Floyd reunion, David Gilmour has gone beyond and outgrown Pink Floyd.

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