Monday, May 15, 2017

One Of My Favorites

I never got to see the original band play this but I have seen it twice by Brit Floyd and for me personally, I would pay full price just to hear them play this and Comfortably Numb over and over for two hours.
I can't articulate what it is about this tune that I find so riveting but it is very powerful and touches my soul as quite a few Pink Floyd tunes do.
This is speaker blowing material here.

8 comments:

  1. One of the best. I too, would sit and listen to both of those over and over.

    When Sorrow comes on Pandora I crank it up over the sound of the machines.

    Awesome!

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  2. Gonna see them this summer, lucked out and bought front row seat tickets for $60 each

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  3. their music is always good for the soul

    Wildflower

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  4. Great music, I agree with your description.

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  5. Ya, make the video of Mongolia/Lake Baikal and rock on. Love it.

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  6. Saw the original Pink Floyd band play for their "Animals" tour in Chicago at Soldier Field.

    Kind of hard to see the stage through all the smoke around us, but at least we could hear the music!

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  7. 5th row lower balcony for Division Bell tour in Dallas. My seat was right in line with the 5th row on the floor. Absolutely incredible! My #1 favorite concert experience. I let the now-ex-wife talk me into going back to see them again the next night. Yep, saw the Floyd 2 nights in a row. Cheap(er) seats for that one but still mesmerizing.

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  8. I saw pink Floyd in Germany in the late 70's.

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