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seko
26th June 2011, 17:26
I'm sure there are a lot of people that like Pink Floyd so here it is Time, before it was the master piece it is.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ6TcoSeLQ4&feature=feedrec_grec_index

Here is the one from Delicate sound of thunder 1988.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h0951IW5hQ

Enjoy those guitar solos!

Calz
26th June 2011, 17:51
Pink Floyd one of my college day favorites ... thanx for the memories :)

Gaia
26th June 2011, 19:16
Pink Floyd, like no other band, is able to capture painful emotions and put them to music...

Calz
26th June 2011, 19:24
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aHTW9-W6AM

Gaia
26th June 2011, 19:49
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Calz
26th June 2011, 20:00
Wow ... this thread is ***almost*** making me regret tossing out the bong about 30+ years ago ...

But this too shall pass :hippie:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkJNyQfAprY


http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_347449&v=MUt7qmSvxLI&feature=iv


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVxsB5oNiTw&feature=related

Gaia
26th June 2011, 20:58
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muxfolder
26th June 2011, 21:40
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Calz
26th June 2011, 21:42
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0v07InoFiU&feature=related


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FphuBPNYcWo&feature=related


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jViTte8VAzU&feature=related

DarMar
27th June 2011, 01:18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szOIf-H4z3w

or full version on this link: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-76123313707631450#

ulli
27th June 2011, 01:24
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMpGdG27K9o



Did anyone here ever see them play at Middle Earth in Covent Garden, or later the Round House?
In which case we might have met....

seko
27th June 2011, 01:40
One of these days master piece!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Upp-fhmnf_U&feature=fvst

ulli
27th June 2011, 02:34
set the controls for the heart of the sun


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5_0iZQ-TuA&feature=related

Calz
22nd July 2011, 06:10
The movie "the wall" was not the best music from Pink Floyd yet it was a remarkable movie. Those old enough to have been affected (directly or not) by WW2 will appreciate it. Those young enough to appreciate Pink Floyd music will appreciate it as well.

Watched it several times many years ago ... and because of this thread I popped for the dvd.

Not necessary to do that ... dvd rentals are dirt cheap now.

This is a movie worth watching yet again :)

Humble Janitor
22nd July 2011, 06:13
Pink Floyd, like no other band, is able to capture painful emotions and put them to music...

They capture them too well.

It is painful just to listen to them but it certainly inspires.

seko
22nd July 2011, 13:05
Pink Floyd, like no other band, is able to capture painful emotions and put them to music...

They capture them too well.

It is painful just to listen to them but it certainly inspires.

It's a good way of feeling painful emotions and not real ones.

It is art.

Fred Steeves
22nd July 2011, 13:22
Flashback imminent...

pickle
22nd July 2011, 16:07
Ahhh. I've found Nirvana, massive thanks you all - I leave the office in half an hour and will play these as soon as I get home.

Makes my sig feel at home too ;-)


Peace,

Pickle

Carmody
22nd July 2011, 17:16
The movie "the wall" was not the best music from Pink Floyd yet it was a remarkable movie. Those old enough to have been affected (directly or not) by WW2 will appreciate it. Those young enough to appreciate Pink Floyd music will appreciate it as well.

Watched it several times many years ago ... and because of this thread I popped for the dvd.

Not necessary to do that ... dvd rentals are dirt cheap now.

This is a movie worth watching yet again :)

The theater I saw it in had just gone to high powered stereo, big amps, big speakers. My brother in law was the projectionist.

We were so baked, we were slightly inebriated, had been smoking and were on 3 hits of blotter, just peaking when we walked in. (The word 'blotto' comes to mind) It was difficult to not get sidelined by the colorful paisley walls of the foyer..and make it to our seats. Seats...which were difficult to choose....as the idea of thinking and choice/affirmation ("does any of this crap matter?" kind of thing) was a difficult bit of contemplation, as one might imagine.

I'd say we were in the perfect frame of mind to encounter 'The Wall' for the first time.

Fred Steeves
22nd July 2011, 18:57
We were so baked, we were slightly inebriated, had been smoking and were on 3 hits of blotter, just peaking when we walked in. (The word 'blotto' comes to mind) It was difficult to not get sidelined by the colorful paisley walls of the foyer..and make it to our seats. Seats...which were difficult to choose....as the idea of thinking and choice/affirmation ("does any of this crap matter?" kind of thing) was a difficult bit of contemplation, as one might imagine.

I'd say we were in the perfect frame of mind to encounter 'The Wall' for the first time.

That's deja vu Carmody, except I had seen The Wall several times before that at the midnight movies,(minus the blotter) and still didn't have a clue what the plot was. I got it that night, boy did I get it. All became clear.

I went on a bit of a binge with the blotter deal after that. Am recalling a very intense STYX concert. Me and my girlfriend got lost on the 20 mile drive home, so I pulled into a 7-11 to ask directions late at night. There was a state trooper talking to the clerk, with no customers in the store, but knowing my eyes weren't red from pot in my infinite wisdom at age 17, I boldly walked in to ask him the way home. God only knows how from 2 feet away under blinding flourescent lights he didn't see my non bloodshot eyes were all pupil and no iris, but he politely helped the "lost" traveler. Pulling out of the 7-11, I promptly turned the wrong way on the one way road out front and got lost again. All I can think is that that trooper watching us leave did NOT want any more paperwork that night, or something.

Maybe that would be a fun thread, old stoner stories.

Cheers,
Fred