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IN CONCERT - DELICATE SOUND OF THUNDER

Pink Floyd

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.61 | 129 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars After the "Momentary lapse of reason" album The Pink Floyd Theatre went on tour and they did it with an overwhelming visual show, including a sophisticated lighshow and spectacular scenes on a hugh round screen. But what about the music? Well, no complaints, the post-Waters trio Gilmour, Wright, Mason and a wide range of musicians did an excellent job, in my opinion. I've seen Pink Floyd two times during the "The Wall" tour, it's unfiar to compare it but I have to say that on this video you can conclude that there is plenty to enjoy, only some songs (like "Signs of life", "The dogs of war" and "One slip") from the post-Waters-era sound obvious less captivating, a bit predictable and without tension. But it doesn't matter because Pink Foyd Live always is a visual and musical progrock party. This is a good video (great renditions from "One of these days" and "Comfortably numb", what a killer guitar solo!) but I'm sure I will prefer the fouthcoming (x times postponed!) "Pulse" DVD, hopefully they don't decide to intefere the live footage with all kinds of 'creative' images as on this video.
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |

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