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Offline mhh

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So now we know why you dislike him so much....he's not a dedicated floyd fan

 :p

He probably made the right call. The show didn't really work for me either.



Offline psw

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Brilliant; but you can't beat the original Waters/Gilmore combination IMO.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_MXLI5hyEc" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_MXLI5hyEc</a>

Did you ever see them perform The Wall live?  I saw them play in Melbourne back in the day, just sensational.

I agree the Bowie/Gilmore version is good but I prefer this version with Gilmore/Waters as well.

I saw them in '88 in Sydney the 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason Tour' it was simply brilliant.

I think Gilmore is essential in any live performances, his guitar & voice couldn't be replaced, Waters writing was missed, but Pink Floyd live performances IMO without Waters were still great, the '88 tour didn't have Waters.

Interesting Mark you were disappointed with the Waters show, maybe for the reason I just mentioned.
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Offline Horse

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Yep, I saw them in '88 in Brisbane.

All time favorite concert. :)
Why such a long face?



Offline mhh

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Pete, I think the main reason it The Wall didn't work as a live show was the lack of surprise. It was like listening to a record. I missed Gilmour too. One night he turned up on stage in a surprise for the CN guitar solo. That would have brought the house down.



Offline scud

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Yep, I saw them in '88 in Brisbane.
back in the good old days?



Offline Horse

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back in the good old days?

Yep, were you there?

Actually I remember talking to Ray, Qld Ferrari Club Pres, to see if we could invite Nick Mason to a dinner. :)
Why such a long face?



Offline psw

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Yep, were you there?

Actually I remember talking to Ray, Qld Ferrari Club Pres, to see if we could invite Nick Mason to a dinner. :)
That would have been special if happened :)
Keep Smiling



Offline dodger

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It doesn't get any better than this - Daryl Hall and Joe Walsh............

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_6GrnhUzzw" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_6GrnhUzzw</a>



Offline 360c

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It doesn't get any better than this - Daryl Hall and Joe Walsh............

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_6GrnhUzzw


There is some great stuff on "Daryl's House".
Hard to believe  Daryl Hall is 70 years old.



Offline dodger

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There is some great stuff on "Daryl's House".
Hard to believe  Daryl Hall is 70 years old.

He was 65 or 66 at the time of that session, yes he looks great, I'd like to know what drugs he uses.



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