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Pink Floyd


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.33 | 520 ratings

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4 stars As a Pink Floyd live album is not Pulse but is really good too. The set list has many tracks from A Momentary lapse of reason, but the versions of the old songs are superb and in some cases better than the ones in Pulse. Yes, the band sounds really polished.

The set list opens with a stunning version of Shine on you crazy diamond. In my opinion the best version ever of this classic. Wright and Gilmour shines both two with the solos. Then we have tracks from AMLOR. Learning to fly in a bit weak version. Yet another movie sounds great, and Sorrow too. On the turning away rather different than the original with a long electric solo.

The second cd is fantastic. Opens with a strong version of One of these days. The live version of Time is far better than the one on Pulse, and the same happens with Money and Wish you were here (the best version ever too). Another brick on the wall II is not so good here and Us and them just good. Comfortably numb sounds heavier than other versions but good. Run like hell closes the set list in a fantastic shape. This version of Run like hell is the best one I ever heard. Far better than the original, than the one from The Wall live and even better than the one on Pulse, just an amazing and really strong version. Four solid stars.

genbanks | 4/5 |


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