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Old 14-01-2018, 07:51 PM
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I like the opener 5 am on Pompeii. I always wondered was it a nod to Roger Waters....

On Roger's album, The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking, all the songs were named as times of the day, all around 5am as you can see.

Also, I think the guitar sound and style Dave plays on 5 am is very like Clapton's style when he played lead on The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking.

I think Dave is having a bit of a giggle with this one, tbh

I don't like or listen to Clapton personally but I really like his style on this album.

01 - 4.30 AM
02 - 4.33 AM
03 - 4.37 AM
04 - 4.39 AM
05 - 4.41 AM
06 - 4.47 AM
07 - 4.50 AM
08 - 4.56 AM
09 - 4.58 AM
10 - 5.01 AM
11 - 5.06 AM
12 - 5.11 AM

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Old 19-01-2018, 10:05 PM
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Didn't notice this was posted on YT/HDPinkFloyd until now, looks pretty good so far.

Pink Floyd - The Wall Live at Earls Court 1980 full concert

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The Wall concert was only performed 31 times in four cities: Los Angeles (7 shows), Uniondale (5), Dortmund ( 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
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Old 31-01-2018, 10:02 AM
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Old 02-02-2018, 08:03 PM
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