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with some help from Richard Wright (RIP)
God, I need this man to tour.
All three of the Barn Jams from Live in Gdańsk
121: A sweet jam session, David playing his Black Strat.
166: David playing slide.
192: The band members switch instruments, David Gilmour plays drums, Guy Pratt on guitar,Steve DiStanislao on bass and Richard Wright sticks to keyboards.
Polly Samson is seen shooting photography, the photos are displayed throughout the jams.
The clips are edited together for exactly 15:00 minutes of pure awesomeness!
Album: Live In Gdańsk
Label EMI (UK)
Producer David Gilmour, Phil Manzanera
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Gdansk is a great album. Haven't seen these - thanks for posting.
He won't. Unlike Roger Waters, Glimour has become fat.
I will love you till the end of time.
I was lucky to see Gilmour on his solo tour at Pine Knob in 1984. Fourth row! When I saw him tour with PF, not so close, but still sounded great.
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