Top Ten Pink Floyd Concerts
Comfortably Numb has met its absolute best form in this live performance. The greatest performance for Pink Floyd, definitely.
The Philadelphia Pulse concert, was totally without a doubt the best concert I have ever experienced. I look forward to the day (night) I can have that experience again. The Gdansk CD is awesome too, simply love it.
The greatest live concert anyone has ever held! If Pink Floyd was not the best live band in the history of rock, they are sure as hell on top 2!
One thing I never ever get bored of watching! Just wish I was there to listen "Wish you were here".
Echoes 5/5, Careful with that axe, Eugene 5/5, A saucerful of secrets 5/5, One of these days 5/5, Set the controls for the heart of the sun 4,5/5 and a instrumental version of Seamus 3/5.. Great concert.
A live show in the ruins of a ancient roman city with no audience. so no screaming girls! Hurray! You can finaly enjoy a live show without people holloring.
I was at the Civic Arena for this. Right before intermission, they used some pyrotechnics and the arena was full of smoke. As they came back out for the second set, the Arena's roof began to open (it was designed like an astronomy observatory), Pittsburgh's magnificent skyline came into view, and all the smoke started swirling out of the arena as the band started playing "Breathe! "
A concert that played dark side of the moon as well as Pink Floyd earlier hits such as echoes and set the controls for the heart of the sun.
My husband helped with the sound and said it was amazing. The smoke was from weed lol
I guess the Civic Arena gig was in '73, after the album was released. They played the Syria Mosgue in '72 I think.
Absolutely spiritual experience at Nassau coliseum drove there 12 hrs scalped tickets 2/$75...like seeing the northern lights
Nassau Coliseum second night. Greatest show on earth, ever.
Very great show, because all members of the Pink Floyd were on the stage. But I think the show could have been longer. I would have liked to hear songs, Another Brick In The Wall (pt.2), Run Like Hell, Learning To Fly, Time, Hey You, and Shine On Your Crazy Diamond
Great concert and was lucky enough to be there, roger was the heart and David was the soul of some of my favourite tracks and to hear them both perform with Nick and Rick will stay with me forever... Particularly the perfect rendition of Comfortably Numb
Live 8 is great show, but too short. Perfect concert an every ways. I wish I were there. I would liked to hear songs Pigs, Echoes and Nile song
The great Pink Floyd reunion for charity. sadly it was only 20 minutes long.
This should be in the top 5 at least. The Delicate Sound contains the best live version of Comfortably Numb with Wright on lead vocals with Gilmour. Plus it is much heavier.
First tour without roger waters. plays Pink Floyd hits as well as some track from their new album.
Money and Comfortably numb's best versions are on thin record!
This is rick wrights last concert before he dies. plays a lot great Pink Floyd tunes as well as gilmour solo work.
Raw, visceral and some blistering guitar work from Gilmour. The cracks are starting to appear but they still perform as a unit and for the last time improvise, listen to Pigs (Three Different Ones)as a fine example.
The little pig got loose and when it blew up, they had too much gas in it(they were experimenting with a new mixture). They explosion was outrageous. The entire show was the greatest spectacle ever.
The band tours wish you were here and animals.
The last time they played as a band. worked for almost 10 years to get to this point, through dark side, wish you were here and then animals. after this, waters became embittered and narcissistic. the band was no more. gimour was amazing ont his tour.
The band tour atom heart mother
Pink Floyd - More Blues Live at Montreux (1970) is simply a treat to listen to every time.
It has a remastered version on youtube.
1. Astronomy Domine - 00:00
2. Fat Old Sun - 10:27
3. Atom Heart Mother (Small band version) - 24:55
4. Cymbaline - 43:17
5. The Embryo - 54:56
6. Just Another Twelwe Bar Original - 1:08:07
1. More Blues - 1:13:32
2. Green ls The Colour - 1:22:54
3. Careful With That Axe Eugine - 1:26:30
4. If - 1:34:17
5. Atom Heart Mother Suite (Full Orchestra) - 1:38:52
It should be the best just for the moment they were going through, as they were making the best productions and still very unified as a band. Complete understanding between the performers and showing why they were mavericks in live synth usage (Richard Wright is just relentless). One of the best performances is in empire pool wembley, might be the best live show ever recorded, with a fiery and epic setlist (Shine on you, Sheep and Dogs (1st version, I rather this version of Dogs than the studio one) the whole DSOTM and a wonderful Echoes as encore).
The legendary concert includes from a full version Shine On, to an early Sheep and Dogs, and their most outstanding version of DSoTM, by far. And an amazing echoes encore. (November 14, 15, 16 in Wembley)
Shine On, Sheep, Dogs, the whole Dark Side, and Echoes. Nothing beats.
Tthis is the Pink Floyd at what is perhaps their stratospheric height
The band tours saucerful of secrets.
Great live alblum, check out this version of Any Color You Like, thank me later.