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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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Additional lasers and lighting were brought in especially for the taping of this live concert video. The video is of a single performance at Earl's Court in London, while the accompanying live double-CD album was culled from this as well as several additional performances. See more »

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Eclipse
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Floyd redeems themselves
30 September 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the best concert films I have ever seen, and Floyd more than redeems themselves for the absolutely crappy "Delicate Sound of Thunder" concert video. Here, it's like you are there with the audience. The camera work does of a good job of making you feel that way and the sound really is crisp and has great clarity. Dave Gilmour looks better than he has in years, he looked like he was in fighting trim and he sings better and with more power as a result of it. Dick Parry, the bands original sax player was sorely missed and brings some breathtaking sax solos on "SOYCD", "Money", and "Us and Them". The encore to end all encores, "Comfortably Numb" literally does bring the house down with some really amazing effects, and just when you think its over they come back with a really good version of "Run Like Hell". But what makes this video a collectors item is just a chance to see them play the entire "Dark Side of the Moon" set live in concert. I did miss Rachel Fury, the really hot backup singer who toured with them back in '87. Some people have said Floyd uses the laser and light show to hide their age, but after watching this, I hope I look half as good as they do in my 50's. Also noteworthy is the heartbreaking movie/tribute to Syd Barrett, who founded the band along with Roger Waters in the 60's. The movie is played with their standard opening song "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" and it's a really brilliant short film directed by Strom Thurgenson. Barrett suffered brain damage as a result of his massive drug habit and its gut wretching to see his story played up there on that video screen.


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