"Why Pink Floyd?"

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Fishy

Quote from: Pudders on May 12, 2011, 13:42:32 pm
Have to say it seems to 'fit' well on The final Cut......


yes full of rejected, not very good and depressing tunes...
From the Land of Honest Men.

Pudders

Quote from: thefishy on May 12, 2011, 14:43:06 pm
yes full of rejected, not very good and depressing tunes...


:P ;)

Lyth

 :)

The announcement of these releases should tie in nicely with a heavily-rumoured guest appearance at tonights Roger Waters show.

Great publicity.

If it happens.

karl

Quote from: Lyth on May 12, 2011, 19:45:03 pm
:)

The announcement of these releases should tie in nicely with a heavily-rumoured guest appearance at tonights Roger Waters show.

Great publicity.

If it happens.


Can't He wait until next Saturday  ;)

Straight Shooter

Quote from: Pudders on May 12, 2011, 08:54:10 am
.........of the wrong album ;)

;D
I'll throw them up and you can bat them out the park.........  ;)
"I mean...unbelievable, you're a walking encyclopaedia!" : Rick Wakeman - Planet Rock's 'Tune-Adversity Challenge' 2007.

Nance

Quote from: Bez on May 11, 2011, 09:22:28 am
I'm going to need to free up lots of space on a hard drive and get my download ratios up !


Downloaded music.. :(........... will sound just as bad as "Brit Floyd" did at Preston Guild Hall last week.  Much better once the wireless internet connection was unplugged from the sound desk.
Jane

My temperature's rising, I radiate more heat than light - but that's the menopause for you!

Ian Hills

Quote from: thefishy on May 10, 2011, 19:06:57 pm
are they adding "when the bloody Tigers broke Free" then.. waste of time...

When The Tigers Broke Free was added to the remastered Final Cut.
Hammersmith Odeon May 1979
Stafford Bingley Hall Sept. 1979
Hammersmith Odeon June 1980
Wembley Arena November 1981
Wembley Arena May 1983
Birmingham NEC April 1988
Wembley  April 1988
Wembley  April 1992
Wembley  September 2004
Wembley October 2007-cancelled!
O2 Arena May 2001

Ian Hills

May 15, 2011, 13:41:49 pm #37 Last Edit: May 15, 2011, 13:44:16 pm by Ian Hills
Quote from: karl on May 12, 2011, 12:01:58 pm
The song was written at the same time as The Wall,  but was rejected by the other members of the band on the grounds that it was too personal.   :) It was  included in the movie version of The Wall and first released as a separate track on a 7" single  on mine it is labelled "Taken from the album The Final Cut" but was not included on that album until the 2004 CD reissue.
Perhaps it was too personal for the Final Cut too !  :)

There was going to be a Soundtrack album for The Wall movie but it was shelved, this was to feature When The Tigers Broke Free, Empty Spaces (missing from the original Wall album), Bring The Boys Back Home (film version), In The Flesh? (Bob Geldoff vocal) In The Flesh (Film version Bob Geldoff vocals), Stop (Bob Geldoff vocals)
The album was not released and roger Waters used the title for his next project.
Hammersmith Odeon May 1979
Stafford Bingley Hall Sept. 1979
Hammersmith Odeon June 1980
Wembley Arena November 1981
Wembley Arena May 1983
Birmingham NEC April 1988
Wembley  April 1988
Wembley  April 1992
Wembley  September 2004
Wembley October 2007-cancelled!
O2 Arena May 2001