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Old 02-12-2007, 07:34 PM   #16
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Are you going back to 1978?

Please take me with you.

You'd love it! got_edge and I went to a Radiohead laser light show two weeks ago.

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Old 02-12-2007, 07:34 PM   #17
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Are you going back to 1978?

Please take me with you.

And me!

Pla, you could probably go see DSOTM performed live...considering that on the t-shirts for Roger's 2007 tour, Tampa and West Palm Beach are listed! Nothing confirmed yet, though.
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These are the unconfirmed RW cites, probably starting mid or late May:

MAY
West Palm Beach
Tampa
Atlanta
24 New Jersey - Continental Airlines Arena TBA On Sale 19 March
30 New York City - MSG TBA On Sale 19 March

JUNE
1 Philadelphia - Wachovia Center Viptickets
Ottawa
Toronto
Montreal
9 Chicago - United Center Ticketmaster
Viptickets Pre Sale Now On!
Hollywood
Irvine
Las Vegas
Oakland
Vancouver
Calgary
Edmonton
Winnipeg
Omaha
Saint Paul
Milwaukee

JULY 9 Boston - Fleet Centre
Hartford
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Old 02-12-2007, 08:00 PM   #21
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You should go, Pla. It'll be the last opportunity you'll EVER have to see Roger Waters on tour, if recent interviews are to be believed... Awesome recent video below the tour dates over at AFG: http://www.pinkfloydz.com/roger2007/main.htm

OK, I need to stop turning this into a RW thread. Brain Damage / Eclipse music video, one of my favourites:
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Oops, that wasn't the full video. Here's the mostly full one:

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Oh, and you might appreciate On The Run a little more knowing that it features probably the first real use of the VCS3 synthesiser in rock music! Watch this, it's cool. David Gilmour and Roger Waters demonstrating how On The Run was done:
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One of the greatest albums in the history of rock. I'm a diehard Floyd fan and I personally prefer Wish You Were Here, but it's easy to see why Dark Side of the Moon has the staying power it does. Some publication should hire you as a reviewer, you aced this assignment.
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OK, I need to stop turning this into a RW thread. Brain Damage / Eclipse music video, one of my favourites:

I really love Us and Them--the song, and the philosophy. Pretty compelling. I just might make the trip to TO if that concert date stands.
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Oh my God! Hadn't seen this before! Gilmour's demonstration of speeding up that keyboard tune was
It's completely hot. That whole DVD is worth having - very interesting stuff.


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I agree, with the stopping! I'm now officially addicted to Roger Waters interviews

I really love Us and Them--the song, and the philosophy. Pretty compelling. I just might make the trip to TO if that concert date stands.
They are pretty damn addicting. I love listening to him talk. His interviews are always very thought provoking. And I'll see you on the dark side of the Air Canada Centre! I'm 99% sure at this point that I'll be going to see ol' Rog for a second time and I can't wait. Most of the screen projections have apparently changed since the 2006 tour, and they're apparently even better. I don't know how on earth that's possible, because they were amazing the first time I saw them!
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Top 5 Floyd albums for me:

1. Animals
2. Meddle
3. Dark Side Of The Moon
4. Wish You Were Here
5. The Wall

DSoTM is a fantastic album and the best way to introduce yourself to the band. They certainly don't make them like they used to.
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It's completely hot. That whole DVD is worth having - very interesting stuff.

It certainly is an intriguing DVD. I love how Gilmour is so matter-of-fact about everything that went on with the recording sessions, as though he is not at all impressed that he was an integral part of some of the greatest and most innovative recordings ever made.
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It certainly is an intriguing DVD. I love how Gilmour is so matter-of-fact about everything that went on with the recording sessions, as though he is not at all impressed that he was an integral part of some of the greatest and most innovative recordings ever made.
Heh, yes. Dave did seem rather nonchalant about everything. Oh, how I'd love to get behind that mixing desk and just fiddle with all the faders like he was! And I love the face he makes when he hears the high note in the Money solo. It's sort of a half grin, half grimace.
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