Discussion in 'Community' started by Count_D00ku, Jan 12, 2005.
That is wonderful!
Floyd is so awesome. This is great.
Could be nice as a one off, even without Rick.
Oh goodness yes!
It would be so nice (in memory of Rick) if it happened.
I got tickets for The Wall, and can hardly wait til May to see Waters.
Edit: Damn, to long, forget mark ups
Gilmour, new 2 track album with The Orb...
And that might trump this.
Hadn't heard Orb before, but I like. Can only be better with Gilmour.
More with the Gilmour / Orb thing;
Pity they couldn't have managed it before Rick's death, but I guess they had no idea that was coming. At least we got Live 8 with him.
Just a funny little sidenote.
Yesterday I was in the cinema with the kids, seeing the new Nanny McPhee movie (It just opened here in denmark a few weeks ago)
I was a little tired because of a fishing trip earlier in the day, and keep nodding my head. Then there was a scene where Nanny and two kids drowe on a motorbike to London, suddenly I recognized Battersea Power Station, and believe it or not, there was a flying Pig among the ballons between the chimneys, and then I wasn't tired anymore
Afterwards I looked it up, just to be sure it wasn't something I had dreamt, and it seemed that the director is a huge Floyd Fan and have included flying pigs several times in the movie.
I just bought a set of kick ass Pink Floyd pint glasses. I will drink plenty of kick ass beer.
Hey, we got those too! Did you get them at Target? My husband is a huge Floyd fan, and when he saw these, he gasped.
I got him tix to see Roger Waters this November here in Phoenix for our anniversary. I'm looking forward to it.
I saw that article about a possible reunion for charity.
I'll take / post pictures.
The stage setup.... seriously massive:
Opening note of In the Flesh? :
Another Brick in the Wall 2:
Mother, should I trust the government?
Various from throughout the first set. My camera battery died shortly after the second set began, which was actually nice... I just absorbed the show.
Hope it was filmed.
It was pretty frickin' sweet. My husband loved it...I was worried since it wasn't "Pink Floyd" per se but just Roger Waters. It sounded like they just played the C.D. of The Wall-every note was perfect and Roger sang his heart out.
Before the performance, we noticed a "homeless" man on the floor of the arena, walking with his cart between all the people. The cart had a sign that said "Homeless Will work for booze" and we thought "How did that guy get IN here?". Some people took pics with the guy and I was thinking "hmm...I wonder if that could be him??" but then thought "naw, if it was him, he'd be MOBBED with fans once they found out it was him!" But I was wrong. 15 minutes prior to the show's start, Roger Waters was walking through the thoroughfare, and random lucky people took pics with him just for ***** 'n giggles!!
Reminds me, need to get tickets for when he comes to London.