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Pink Floyd: P. U. L. S. E. Live at Earls Court (1994)

Pink Floyd's final live show in 1995.

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Pink Floyd's final live show in 1995.

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To promote the original 1995 release of the video and double album, selections from the album were broadcast on rock radio stations in New York City accompanied by a laser and light show from the observation deck of the Empire State Building. See more »

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Learning To Fly
Written by David Gilmour, Anthony Moore, Robert Ezrin (as Bob Ezrin) and Jon Carin
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14 October 2001 | by (The darkside of the moon) – See all my reviews



Absolutely marvelous Pink Floyd concert. This is proof that their careers CAN still survive without Roger Waters. I'd have to give this show 12.5 out of 10!!!

David Gilmour puts on an excellent show for the Division Bell tour (the album itself is actually not as bad as a lot of people might say it is.) Gilmour's singing and guitar work are through the roof! Nick Mason's drumming was awesome. Rick Wright still plays a good synth after all these years (I liked hearing him sing "Time.")

The extra musicians are also good. Guy Pratt (who is now Wright's son-in-law) is awesome on the bass and when he sings "Run Like Hell." Tim Renwick's guitar solos on "Learning to Fly" and "Another Brick in the Wall" were cool. Jon Carin is a good second keyboardist alongside Wright. Gary Wallis's percussion was okay, but he seems to be making Mason completely obsolete.

They played the entire "Dark Side of the Moon" album. Amazing! The "On the Run" video was extremely weird, but the end of the song is cool with the airplane (that's as much as I'm going to tell you about that, you'll have to see it yourself.) Gilmour does just as good as Roger did on "Brain Damage/Eclipse."

Also watch for the three-piece encore performance. "Wish You Were Here" (better than the original) "Comfortably Numb" (best version EVER, I wish I was there) and "Run Like Hell" (ultimate Floyd party song!!)

Absolutely fabulous concert! Now if only Pink Floyd would do some new material. It's about time!!!!


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