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Poll Question: What is the most important Pink Floyd event of the year, so far?
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    Posted: August 11 2006 at 08:56
In my opinion it has to be Syd Barret's death, That maybe will lead to a PF unity..

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 12:17
You can hardly label sad Syd's death as "event"
yet you still have time!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 12:25
Originally posted by RaphaelT RaphaelT wrote:

You can hardly label sad Syd's death as "event"
 
Semantically it may be (and may be not) right, but I would not put it in the same row with musical events.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 12:51
Open-Mind has a good point, though.  If anything can bring Pink Floyd back together it would HAVE to be Syd Barrett's death.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 15:49
PF together = yeah right! Wink

I second what Raphael and Fassbinder said.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 15:56
As I was so lucky to witness it (and don't start with that blasted review, please...Wink), I voted for Roger Waters's DSOTM tour. Syd's death was a very sad thing, but certainly no musical event.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 16:11
Originally posted by RaphaelT RaphaelT wrote:

You can hardly label sad Syd's death as "event"



well it was to Syd at the very least...  mine I hope... to be made into 'a made for T.V'. feature 'event'
[QUOTE=Nogbad_The_Bad]Christ you talk a lot of crap.[/QUOTE]
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 22:36
Saw Waters in Roskilde, Denmark, and believe me: I will never forget it. I was pretty dissapointed with the singer in "Great gig" though. Anybody feel the same? Luckily that was the only negative aspect.They played DSOTM and all the classic PF tunes. Plus some of my personal, but less-known, favorites, like Sheep, Have a Cigar and Fletcher Memorial Home.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 22:54
Originally posted by Ricochet Ricochet wrote:

PF together = yeah right! Wink

I second what Raphael and Fassbinder said.

 
Sad but true, I doubt they will come togeather
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 11 2006 at 23:13
It's always a sad day when a member of the prog community passes on. Unhappy
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 12 2006 at 00:37
syd... what else...


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 12 2006 at 06:25
Originally posted by Kleynan Kleynan wrote:

Saw Waters in Roskilde, Denmark, and believe me: I will never forget it. I was pretty dissapointed with the singer in "Great gig" though. Anybody feel the same? Luckily that was the only negative aspect.They played DSOTM and all the classic PF tunes. Plus some of my personal, but less-known, favorites, like Sheep, Have a Cigar and Fletcher Memorial Home.
 
I have only read a review of Roskilde, but it was enthusiastic, and this newspaper is not exactly progressive magazine (they write quite a lot about this style) but they described it as the best performance of the whole festival, beating their favourite Placebo, Jack White and Franz Ferdinand
yet you still have time!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 12 2006 at 11:56
Originally posted by RaphaelT RaphaelT wrote:

Originally posted by Kleynan Kleynan wrote:

Saw Waters in Roskilde, Denmark, and believe me: I will never forget it. I was pretty dissapointed with the singer in "Great gig" though. Anybody feel the same? Luckily that was the only negative aspect.They played DSOTM and all the classic PF tunes. Plus some of my personal, but less-known, favorites, like Sheep, Have a Cigar and Fletcher Memorial Home.
 
I have only read a review of Roskilde, but it was enthusiastic, and this newspaper is not exactly progressive magazine (they write quite a lot about this style) but they described it as the best performance of the whole festival, beating their favourite Placebo, Jack White and Franz Ferdinand
 
Waters was incredible! Followed by Sigur Růs and Tool. This was a very proggy festival indeed.


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