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Roger Waters


Crossover Prog

4.30 | 150 ratings

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4 stars Very nice concert indeed. I like the concept of one time performance as well. I t gives you the real feeling you are there. Not amazing pyrotechnics and lighting, but the music is good. I still feel that David Gilmour is not there, though. The man invented Pink Floyd guitar sound and there is nobody else able to raise to the level. Don't get me wrong, the guitar players are great, all of them, but they just can't play the riffs like David. His 3-4 sounds in one, in successive order, a kind of "pizzicatto", as violin players call it, that was just one example, can't be assimilated by other guitarists, even if they could be faster overall. Waters is great, bass, acustic guitar and voice. The rest of the band performed professionally; I still can't understand why they chopped off the "Dream" section from the Time piece. As I've heard them, the ladies had some voice to show, so why didn't they go for it? Other than that a very good live album to enjoy on repeated occasions.
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