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IN CONCERT - DELICATE SOUND OF THUNDER

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.62 | 130 ratings

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Chris S
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4 stars This was such an invigorating release from Pink Floyd especially as the last real footage of the band live was in Pompeii dancing on volcanoes!! What a great release that was. Delicate Sound Of Thunder shows a live side of Floyd where visuals on film were more accutely spectacular. I think for grandiose large scale live shows you would have to say U2, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd are hard to beat. This is a great release especially seeing Wright, Mason and Gilmour together after the legal debacle with Waters. I stand corrected but for what it's worth this was played up in space ( the cd) on a shuttle. Can you imagine ' Shine on...' watching earth thru a portal in space. Lucky experience!!!

Scott Page on saxaphone is very entertaining, who later moved on to making PC games in Silicone Valley, very successfully too. Highlights would have to be ' Us and them' showing great footage of miners working in a South African goldmine, ' The Great Gig in the Sky' - watch those girls sing, ' On The Run' and last but not least my personal favourite ' Signs Of Life' as a character is portayed rowing down the Thames ( oddly similar looking to Syd Barrett). John Carin is excellent on keyboards also. In some ways this is better than PULSE that followed after Division Bell with DSOTM in it's entirety.

Chris S | 4/5 |

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