David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) remembers that night on a 2DVD setPosted on 27/08/07
"Remember That Night - Live At The Royal Albert Hall" is a brand new 2DVD set from David Gilmour (Pink Floyd). To be released on September 17th the double DVD, directed by David Mallet, contains over five hours of viewing, including an on-the-road documentary and guest appearances by David Bowie and Robert Wyatt. The two and a half hour concert features band members Richard Wright of Pink Floyd, Phil Manzanera of Roxy Music, new boy Steve DiStanislao on drums, plus Pink Floyd regulars Dick Parry, Guy Pratt and Jon Carin. The 20-page booklet that accompanies the DVD features over 80 photos selected from studio recording, touring, and time off.
The 2 disc DVD set, "Remember That Night", has on disc 1 the concert inluding as well the first filmed performance (since Pink Floyd’s Live at Pompeii) of "Echoes". "Remember That Night" disc 2 is packed with rarities and previously unreleased material. "Breaking Bread, Drinking Wine" is a 46-minute road movie filmed during the 2006 tour. It shows the highs and the lows of life on tour: from flashfloods, a collapsing stage, a Russian wine-glass player, and problems with German trains.
Other extras include bonus tracks from the Royal Albert Hall, Gilmour’s first ever performance of the Syd Barrett classic "Dark Globe, Astronomy Domine" at Live From Abbey Road, and the AOL sessions recorded while on tour in LA. Five songs from the BBC Mermaid Theatre concert are also on disc 2, along with a five-minute documentary shot on tour whilst in LA. Plus a photo gallery featuring the tour crew, shot by tour photographer Polly Samson.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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