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Pink Floyd - The Last Concert (Gilmour, Waters, Mason ,Wright )

#Pink Floyd #Live 8 #Roger Waters #Music
David Gilmour / Roger Waters / Nick Mason / Richard Wright.
On 2 July 2005 Pink Floyd performed at the London Live 8 concert with Roger Waters rejoining David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. It was the quartet's first performance together in over 24 years — the band's last show with Waters was at Earls Court in London on 17 June 1981.
R.I.P. Richard and Syd
"Speak to Me/Breathe/Breathe (Reprise)
", "Money", "Wish You Were Here", "Comfortably Numb"

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There is a special place in hell for someone placing an ad in the middle of a David Gilmour solo.

by Bart Alluyn 6 months ago

Ich finde es klasse das die vier nochmal zusammen auf der Bühne gestanden haben , Rick ist ja leider 3 Jahre später gestorben aber durch die tolle Musik die die vier zusammen gemacht haben bleibt er immer im Gedächtnis der vielen Fans dieser super Gruppe

by Ruediger Stroehl 1 month ago

I apologize for this being kind of long.
When I was 14 years old (in 1998), 2 years after my parents split up and divorced, they had both given me their record collections. I had about 12 huge boxes of vinyl. Most of the records were my father's, and the way he would open them was by making a slit in the wrapping, where the record would just slide out; he would never touch the vinyl with his hands. I went through the records, he had so many albums: Zeppelin, The Eagles, George Thurgood, ZZ Top etc. Then I came across Pink Floyd, he had at least 7 albums, but The Wall stuck out. At the time, I was listening to Pantera, Metallica, NIN and Tool. But when I heard In The Flesh, I was changed forever. I had been playing guitar for at least 7 years, but playing Floyd was a spiritual experience, I could FEEL what I was playing. I still have those records in mint condition, and my Floyd collection is envious. This was a beautiful experience, but putting a commercial in the middle of a Floyd solo is criminal. But thanks for this video, it brought me to tears! Forever live Pink Floyd: shine on forever!!!

by MARSOC 5th Pltn Tier1 Tier2 2 days ago

dam at that point when your such a bad ass established musician all you gotta wear is a black tee shirt vs. in the echoes video we got some shirtless long haired Pink Floyd in Pompeii with some super cool bell bottoms man.

by Jesse Esquivel 2 weeks ago

Today is my 67th birthday spent in lockdown. I came across this music extravaganza by chance, what a present! Thank you Pink Floyd for all these years of pure artistry!

by Allen Bullard 1 month ago

David------>the Hand's of god!

by Walter P. 1 month ago

I play this in my car, driving to work. Especially now during lockdown, I am a frontline health worker, so I need some amazing music just to keep rolling on. Stay in your bubble everyone and be kind. Xxxxx

by Sharon Ramsden 1 week ago

David Gilmour and that guitar. There is no better sound in the world. Epic epic epic.

by Jonnie Locke 1 day ago

Um dos maiores presentes que ganhei em minha vida, foi assistir o Belíssimo Show do Pink Floyd no Maracanã (Rio de Janeiro) Geraldo Souto de Almeida - Vit. da Conquista Bahia.

by Geraldo Souto 2 months ago

All of the cameramen who have filmed Pink Floyd concerts for the past 50 years must have made some special pact promising to never film Richard Wright

by Sam Easton 3 weeks ago

I found this little gem April 10, 2020 during the COVID-19 "stay at home" quarantine. Biggest smile I've had in weeks especially seeing all four members together like that at the end.

by Calvin Lee 1 month ago

Takes me back to a time when you could see Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and The Who. All in the same year.

by David D 1 week ago

I end up crying every time I listen to this concert. It is such a sad thing that I will never see them live in my life. Such a powerful and amazing band. They are definitely eternal, they are history and a human patrimony. RIP and thanks for all Syd and Richard

by Emir Santillan 1 month ago

My 1st Pink Floyd Album was Wish You Were Here. I never bought dark side of the moon, but I met a girl who had it, so I married her.

by Chuck Carr 3 months ago

What a refreshing day listening to my favorite band of all time, amidst the COVID-19 Quarantine!! Songs that were/are solidly classic and antidote to this coronavirus!! A million thanks Pink Floyd!!

by RV5 Builders 1 month ago

One of the few bands whom you never get bored listening the millionth time.

by Dipankar Sanyal 1 week ago

that look and smile from Gilmour to Nick embraces everything. All the complicity across the years. Reveals what this ment to them as well.

by Rui Guedes 3 weeks ago

I was at this concert about 20 rows from the front, Golden Circle. The only time I saw the full line up. The guy next to me had flown from Mexico to London specifically to see the Floyd. He turned to me at the end of the set and said, 'now I can die happy, I have seen Pink Floyd live' . It was truely magical. Wish you were here.

by Duncan Locke 1 month ago

I'm fricken 60 years old- and stupidly cry every time i watch the finale of this Concert... I saw Floyd back in '74, but had always hoped to see them again... :) ...They were amazing to the last note!

by Summer Geiser 1 year ago

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