The Wall concert was only performed 31 times in four cities: Los Angeles (7 shows), Uniondale (5), Dortmund (8) and London (11). The primary 'tour' consisted of 18 shows in L.A., Uniondale and London in 1980, but the band performed a further eight shows in Dortmund (13–20 February 1981) and five more shows at Earl's Court (13–17 June) for filming, with the intention of integrating the shows into the upcoming movie. The London shows are documented on the album Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-81. David Gilmour and Mason attempted to convince Waters to expand the show for a more lucrative, large-scale stadium tour, but because of the nature of the material (one of the primary themes is the distance between an artist and his audience) Waters balked at this. The idea to include live concert footage of any significant length for The Wall film was dropped shortly before the final shows took place. There are conflicting statements regarding the professionally filmed footage. It had been widely believed that 'the wrong type of film' had been used and the results were dark and murky. Mark Fisher, partly responsible for designing the show said the footage was: 'very dark and horrible and boring and should be burned'. Alan Parker himself said: '[the filming of the shows were] five blown opportunities'. These rumours were partially scotched when the Channel 4 documentary 'Behind the Wall' (2000) used perfectly clear footage from the 1981 concerts. 27 February and 9 August 1980 concerts were shot on videotape. David Gilmour has stated in an interview that only three tracks were captured on film: I bought this on VHS tape, and the show date was not in the information, if anyone knows date of show please post, i was thinking it was August 8, 1980 ? intro MCGary Yudman – MC (New York and London) 1. 00:43 "In the Flesh?" 2. 03:45 "The Thin Ice" 3. 06:28 "Another Brick in the Wall (Part I)" 4. 10:37 "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" 5. 12:17 "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)" 6. 18:38 "Mother" 7. 26:30 "Goodbye Blue Sky" 8. 29:24 "Empty Spaces" / "What Shall We Do Now?" 9. 22:16 "Young Lust" 10. 37:58 "One of My Turns" 11. 42:14 "Don't Leave Me Now" 12. 46:29 "Another Brick in the Wall (Part III)" 13. 47:36 "The Last Few Bricks" 14. 51:12 "Goodbye Cruel World" 15. 52:54 "Hey You" 16. 57.54 "Is There Anybody Out There?" 17. 1:33:00 "Nobody Home" 18. 1:04:12 "Vera 19. 1:05:26 "Bring the Boys Back Home" 20. 1:07:30 "Comfortably Numb" 21. 1:14:44 "The Show Must Go On" 22. 1:17:54 "In the Flesh" 23. 1:22:16 "Run Like Hell" 24. 1:29:24 "Waiting for the Worms" "Stop""The Trial""Outside the Wall" lost section unfortunately you will find them here https://youtu.be/_pBjnG2hGSE Thanks all hope you enjoyed as much as i have
Roger Waters rejoined with David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright in Pink Floyd's first (and last) performance together in over 24 years. Speak to Me/Breathe/Breathe (Reprise), Money (5:04), Wish You Were Here (11:55), and Comfortably Numb (16:22) are performed by Pink Floyd at the London Live 8 concert, Hyde Park on July 2, 2005. As on the original recordings, Gilmour sang the lead vocals on "Breathe" and "Money", and shared them with Waters on "Comfortably Numb". For "Wish You Were Here", Waters sung half of the verse's lyrics, unlike the original recording. When Waters was not singing, he was often enthusiastically mouthing the lyrics off-microphone. With Richard Wright's death in September 2008, the Reunion Concert was to be the final concert to feature all four bandmates playing together. Experience more Pink Floyd music on Roger Waters 2017 Us + Them Tour complete concert at Cal Vid playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWptyRPuZHuElFATV7UJzSZJMlmTCCtvZ --- The Story of Pink Floyd’s Reunion at Live 8: Roger Waters‘ relationship with David Gilmour was so distant in the period before Pink Floyd‘s celebrated reunion at Live 8 that Waters had to ask organizer Bob Geldof for his former bandmate’s phone number. While Geldof had been persistent in trying to broker peace between the pair, he’d hit an initial roadblock with Gilmour – who once referred to a possible detente as something akin to “sleeping with your ex-wife.” Waters then interceded. Ultimately, the event’s mission – Live 8 was meant to raise awareness of poverty, debt and the AIDS crisis in developing nations – led to one of music’s most improbable remarriages, though only for a single evening. “The moment was bigger than those bad feelings,” David Gilmour told the Associated Press in the days leading up to Pink Floyd’s July 2, 2005, appearance. “Any squabbles Roger and the band have had in the past are so petty in this context, and if reforming for this concert will help focus attention, then it’s going to be worthwhile.” And so Pink Floyd’s classic-era lineup – Gilmour, Nick Mason, Waters and Richard Wright – took the stage for the first time since a 1981 concert at Earl’s Court in London and, alas, for the last time ever. “It’s great to be asked to help Bob raise public awareness on the issues of third-world debt and poverty,” Waters enthused as the day drew near. “The cynics will scoff. Screw ’em! Also, to be given the opportunity to put the band back together, even if it’s only for a few numbers, is a big bonus.” To no one’s surprise, Pink Floyd’s reunion eclipsed a star-packed lineup at the London Hyde Park show, which also included Paul McCartney, the Who, Elton John, Madonna, R.E.M., U2, Coldplay and Robbie Williams. Live 8, scheduled to sync up with the 20th anniversary of Live Aid, also featured six other events through July 6. Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder, Dave Matthews, Jay-Z and others performed at Philadelphia. Brian Wilson, and Crosby Stills and Nash appeared in Berlin. Duran Duran and Tim McGraw were among the headliners in Rome. Annie Lennox performed at Edinburg as the G8 summit — a gathering of international leaders where debt cancellation and aid would be discussed — kicked off. For Pink Floyd, however, the most immediate concern was far more small scale: getting the songs right. “It’s sort of assumed that we’ll all remember how they go,” Mason impishly admitted. By all accounts, everyone was on their best behavior as three days of pre-show rehearsals unfolded. “There were times when Roger was struggling to not get bossy, and I was struggling to keep being bossy,” Gilmour said at the time. “I saw how arguments could have happened, but we aren’t at each other’s throats anymore. Getting rid of that acrimony has got to be a good thing. Who wants to have that fester in your mind the rest of your life?” Pink Floyd were restricted, like all of the other artists performing at Live 8, to a short, 20-minute set. Even a reunion 24 years in the making was only a mere portion of the larger production. So the band settled on four songs: “Breathe” and “Money” from 1973’s The Dark Side of the Moon, “Wish You Were Here” from the 1975 album of the same name and “Comfortably Numb” from 1979’s The Wall, Pink Floyd’s penultimate recording with Waters. They left aside music from the two Gilmour-led Pink Floyd albums that followed the acrimonious split. Pink Floyd’s catalog saw a stunning 1,300 percent sales increase after Live 8. Gilmour also had to deal with renewed questions about a larger-scale reunion with Waters. Pink Floyd’s core four were reportedly offered as much as $150 million for a U.S. tour. “It’s completely mad,” Gilmour said back then, “and we won’t do it. The idea for Live 8 was a one-off.” “I think Live 8 was probably it,” Waters said. “And was so beautiful, and Rick obviously was still with us then. If that’s the way we draw a line under Pink Floyd, so be it.” (Ultimate Classic Rock)
At long last Pink Floyd Pulse has arrived on DVD, and Floyd fans already know it's a major cause to celebrate. The original VHS release was a milestone bestseller, but it seemed to take forever for the DVD to arrive, with numerous delays while Floyd guitarist David Gilmour and long-time Floyd producer James Guthrie labored to restore, re-edit, and remix this legendary concert video in 5.1-channel Dolby Surround Sound. Pulse is a Pink Floyd concert video taken from the 20 October 1994 concert at Earls Court, London, England in The Division Bell Tour. It was originally released on VHS and Laserdisc in 1995. There was considerable delay in the release of the DVD edition of Pulse, with new features announced with each setback. The cause of the delays was reputed to be the continued modifications and additions to produce a high-quality release. The previous planned release date of 22 September 2005 for the two-disc DVD set was changed to 10 July 2006 for the UK and Europe, and 11 July 2006 everywhere else. [by Wikipedia] "Si può dire che questo disco è l'ultima vera testimonianza della musica "viva" e pulsante dei Pink Floyd. O almeno io lo considero cosi perchè le varie raccolte uscite successivamente: Echoes, The Best Of, il live di The Wall, Is There Anybody Out There?, le trovo operazioni meramente commerciali (c'era bisogno?! mah!) e non appartengono alla storia recente, mentre Pulse si, sebbene siano passati ormai 10 anni dalla sua pubblicazione. Ovviamente un discorso a parte va fatto per la loro (breve) e quanto mai storica apparizione al recente Live 8 a Londra. Live uscito poco dopo l'ultimo album in studio The Division Bell che, mi duole dirlo, ma non è stato un granchè (eccetto pochi particolari), questo Pulse ha un ottimo valore collezionistico oltre che affettivo e musicale per i fan. La parte inerente la manifattura è ben studiata, veramente carino il booklet completo di parecchie fotografie del tour corrispondente, e la confezione tipica del live "collezionistico", fatta di cartone che nel tempo "invecchia" a furia di usarlo. Sotto questo aspetto però, devo dire la verità, Is There Anybody Out There? è riuscito ancora più accattivante. Riguardo i contenuti musicali, cosa dire che non sia stato già detto? Ottimo, seppure con un pò di sapore in meno rispetto al passato, ma che ci vuoi fare, all'epoca in cui uscì i Pink Floyd avevano già alle spalle un glorioso passato e ben quasi 30 anni di carriera, e non è certo questa la prova della loro consacrazione artistica. Pulse è un doppio CD, nel primo troviamo grandi successi del gruppo da Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Another Brick in The Wall e perfino Astronomy Domine, più altri pezzi dal già citato The Division Bell. Il secondo CD contiene tutto (e sottolineo tutto) The Dark Side Of Te Moon riproposto in sede live, più Wish You Were Here, Comfortably Numb e Rub Like Hell, che ormai è diventata da alcuni anni a questa parte l'indiscussa canzone con cui concludere i loro concerti. Le versioni riproposte in sede live hanno ovviamente tutte una influenza di modernità (eccetto i pezzi più recenti, che sono praticamente nati cosi) dovuta in parte al fatto che siamo nel 1995 e che i Pink Floyd non sono certo quelli degli anni '70 ed in parte alla ricchezza di arrangiamenti e musicisti che ormai si portano dietro, insieme all'immancabile e mastodontica scenografia che rende unici i loro show, da sempre. Il live è perfetto, ed anche la video cassetta corrispondente intitolata nello stesso identico modo, (registrata il 20/10/94 all'Earls Court a Londra) regala emozioni non da poco se siete fan affezionati di questi eroi del rock, ad oggi signori di 60 anni. Certo vedere dei video vintage del gruppo ha sicuramente un altro effetto emotivo, ma questo rimane, come dicevo prima, un ottima (ed indiscussa) testimonianza della loro longevità artistica. [www.debaser.it/pink-floyd/pulse/recensione-aniel] Setlist: 01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond 0:00 02. Learning to Fly 13:16 03. High Hopes 18:35 04. Take It Back 26:38 05. Coming Back to Life 32:47 06. Sorrow 39:39 07. Keep Talking 51:26 08. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 58:58 09. One of These Days 1:05:49 10. Speak to Me 1:12:53 11. Breathe (In the Air) 1:14:19 12. On the Run 1:16:57 13. Time 1:21:13 14. The Great Gig in the Sky 1:28:05 15. Money 1:33:50 16. Us and Them 1:42:36 17. Any Colour You Like 1:49:46 18. Brain Damage 1:53:01 19. Eclipse 1:56:52 20. Wish You Were Here 1:59:45 21. Comfortably Numb 2:05:54 22. Run Like Hell 2:16:46
Also known as !Live at Earl's Court 1994 Tracks with times 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Pts. 1-5 0:00 2. Learning to Fly 13:16 3. High Hopes 18:35 4. Take It Back 26:38 5. Coming Back to Life 32:47 6. Sorrow 39:39 7. Keep Talking 51:26 8. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 58:58 9. One of These Days 1:05:49 10. Speak to Me 1:12:53 11. Breathe (In the Air) 1:14:19 12. On the Run 1:16:57 13. Time 1:21:13 14. The Great Gig in the Sky 1:28:05 15. Money 1:33:50 16. Us and Them 1:42:36 17. Any Colour You Like 1:49:46 18. Brain Damage 1:53:01 19. Eclipse 1:56:52 20. Wish You Were Here 1:59:45 21. Comfortably Numb 2:05:54 22. Run Like Hell 2:16:46 Thank you HDPinkFloyd channel for putting both pay per view and Pulse concerts together for us all to enjoy ! cheers
L'ultima volta tutti insieme The last time all together
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwTbvudjEJc&list=PLSWGqUxS_v_yC1rfMWNohq5W02aEcKL4p 00:00:00 Show Intro; 00:03:25 Shine On You Crazy Diamond; 00:17:35 Learning To Fly; 00:23:05 High Hopes; 00:31:25 Welcome To The Machine; 00:38:45 Mother; 00:46:40 Pig (Three Different Ones); 00:59:15 Echoes; 01:21:15 Time; 01:28:15 The Great Gig In The Sky; 01:34:05 Wish You Were Here; 01:39:10 One Of These Days; 01:46:15 Nobody Home; 01:49:40 Us And Them; 01:58:40 The Happiest Day Of Our Live; 02:00:15 Another Brick In The Wall (part2); 02:07:10 Band Introductions; 02:08:40 Comfortably Numb; Personnel: Damian Darlington - Musical Director, guitar, lapsteel and vocals Ian Cattell - Bass guitar, vocals Bobby Harrison - Guitar, vocals Rob Stringer - Keyboards, vocals Rick Benbow - Keyboards Arran Ahmun - Drums Carl Brunsdon - Saxophones, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, percussion, keyboards, clarinet Emily Jollands - Vocals Amy Smith - Vocals and percussion Jacquie Williams - Vocals Ola Bienkowska - Vocals Brit Floyd
The official video of 'Comfortably Numb' by Pink Floyd, recorded at Live 8 in Hyde Park in 2005. 'Comfortably Numb' was originally released on 'The Wall' in 1979. One of the most acclaimed concept albums of all time, The Wall is renowned as Roger Waters' Rock Opera dealing with abandonment and personal isolation. Featuring the unique artwork of Gerald Scarfe, the album also yielded the US & UK No. 1 hit Another Brick In The Wall Pt2., and was subsequently adapted for cinema by Alan Parker featuring Bob Geldof in the lead role. The album was re-mastered in 2011 and Discovery (1CD), Experience (2CD), Immersion (6CD) and vinyl editions are currently available. Go to http://www.whypinkfloyd.com for more details. Discovery edition: http://smarturl.it/walldis Experience edition CD: http://smarturl.it/wallex Immersion edition: http://smarturl.it/wallimm Vinyl edition: http://smarturl.it/wallvinyl Discovery iTunes: http://smarturl.it/walldisit Experience iTunes: http://smarturl.it/wallexit Spotify: http://smarturl.it/wallspot THE EARLY YEARS + OUT NOW http://smarturl.it/TEY + 6 Individual Volumes available as Multi-disc Book-bound packages + Featuring Rare Tracks, Demos, Interviews, and Film Footage + Each ‘Year’ CD, DVD & Blu-Ray package includes Photo Book & Memorabilia Facebook http://smarturl.it/PF_FB Twitter http://smarturl.it/PF_Twitter Instagram http://smarturl.it/PF_Instagram Spotify http://smarturl.it/PF_Spotify YouTube http://smarturl.it/PF_YT Apple http://smarturl.it/PF_Apple
Live @ Earl's Court London 1994 Division Bell Tour PULSE TOUR
The Ultimate Bootleg Experience Super 8 - Atlanta 1973 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta 24 March 1973 featuring excerpts of the following songs: 01 - Obscured by Clouds 02 - When You're In 03 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 04 - Careful With That Axe, Eugene 05 - Echoes 06 - Speak To Me 07 - Breathe 08 - On The Run 09 - Time 10 - The Great Gig In The Sky 11 - Money Since there is no audio from this date a recording by Joe Maloney from Boston Music Hall which was 10 days earlier.
From "Live Pulse" 1994. Complete personnel list: Pink Floyd : - David Gilmour – lead vocal, electric, acoustic and steel guitar - Richard Wright (1943 ✞ 2008) – keyboards, backing vocals - Nick Mason – drums, percussion Additional personnel : Tim Renwick – guitars, backing vocals; Gary Wallis – percussion, additional drums (jumping) ; Guy Pratt – bass guitar; backing vocals; Jon Carin – keyboards, programming, backing vocals; Dick Parry – saxophones; Sam Brown – backing vocals; Durga McBroom – backing vocals; Claudia Fontaine – backing vocals.