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David Gilmour – Remember That Night. Live At The Royal Albert Hall (2007) [2xBLU-RAY]

2xBLU-RAY -> 86.8 Gb | 1080i HD WS | Dolby TrueHD 5.1 / LPCM 2.0 / Dolby Digital 5.1 | ~ 150 m | ISO Images
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 28 Mb | 3% repair rar

Remember that Night directed by David Mallet was filmed over three nights, May 29, 30 and 31, 2006 at London’s beautiful Royal Albert Hall during Gilmour’s short tour promoting his latest project On An Island. Featuring songs from this latest project, and some Pink Floyd hits as well, Gilmour delivers an exciting performance that delights and mesmerizes the engaged audience throughout the concert. Gilmour also brought several guest stars onstage in the form of David Crosby, Graham Nash, and David Bowie who I almost did not recognize. David is backed by the same group of musicians that joined him on his last tour, except for Nick Mason. Also joining Gilmour is British jazz musician Robert Wyatt who plays a beautiful rendition of “Then I Close My Eyes”.
This concert video is a performance package, with every element delivering at a high level. The band is excellent, from Richard Wright’s keyboard playing to Guy Pratt’s bass playing. There is not a week musician in the bunch. Crosby and Nash deliver very sweet delicate harmonies to Gilmour’s vocals on “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”. There is a cool 23 minute rendition of “Echoes” and David Bowie’s made “Arnold Layne” and “Comfortably Numb” his own, as he turned in a fine performance as well. The lighting design by Marc Brickman is exciting, at times eye popping, creative, and completely complimentary of the musical performance. Lasers are also apart of the colorful lighting show, and are not used as gimmicks, but as a complimentary part of the lighting design.
This Blu-ray concert video release is one of the best values released on the format. With a total of five hours of material to scour over – half of that just the concert only, you get two and a half hours of quality bonus features that I found as watchable as the concert itself. There are 13 extra live performances from the tour, three documentaries, and a two promotional music video’s. I watched every bit of it, and enjoyed it all. If you are a fan of Pink Floyd, or David Gilmour himself, you must get this concert video as fast as you can.

David Gilmour – lead and backing vocals, electric, acoustic, classical on “High Hopes” & lap steel guitars
Richard Wright – lead and backing vocals, Hammond organ, piano, synthesizer
Dick Parry – tenor and baritone saxophones, electronic organ
Phil Manzanera – twelve string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, classical guitar on “High Hopes” & backing vocals
Guy Pratt – bass guitar, double bass, backing vocals, electric guitar on “Then I Close My Eyes”
Jon Carin – synthesizer, backing vocals, lap steel guitar, programming
Steve DiStanislao – drums, percussion & backing vocals

Disc 1
Speak to Me (Mason) Breathe (Waters/Gilmour/Wright) Time (Waters/Mason/Gilmour/Wright) Breathe (Reprise) (Gilmour) Castellorizon (Gilmour)
On an Island (with David Crosby and Graham Nash) (Gilmour/Samson)
The Blue (with David Crosby and Graham Nash) (Gilmour/Samson)
Red Sky at Night (Gilmour)
This Heaven (Gilmour/Samson) Then I Close My Eyes (with Robert Wyatt) (Gilmour)
Smile (Gilmour/Samson)
Take a Breath (Gilmour/Samson)
A Pocketful of Stones (Gilmour/Samson)
Where We Start (Gilmour)
Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Pts. 1-5″ (with David Crosby and Graham Nash) (Waters/Gilmour/Wright)
Fat Old Sun (Gilmour)
Coming Back to Life (Gilmour)
High Hopes (Gilmour/Samson)
Echoes (Waters/Gilmour/Wright/Mason)
Wish You Were Here (Gilmour/Waters)
Find the Cost of Freedom (with David Crosby and Graham Nash) (Stills)
Arnold Layne (with David Bowie) (Barrett)
Comfortably Numb (with David Bowie) (Gilmour/Waters)
Disc 2
Bonus tracks from the Albert Hall concerts:
Wot’s… Uh the Deal? (Waters/Gilmour)
Dominoes” (Barrett)
Wearing the Inside Out (Wright/Moore)
Arnold Layne (with Richard Wright)
Comfortably Numb (with Richard Wright)
Other bonus tracks:
Dark Globe” (video) (Barrett)
Echoes (Live from Abbey Road. Hidden track after Dark Globe)
Astronomy Domine (Live from Abbey Road)
On an Island promo video
Smile promo video
This Heaven (AOL Sessions performance)
Island Jam (January 2007 version, recorded at ‘The Barn’ )
Footage from the Mermaid Theatre concert (March 2006)
On an Island
The Blue
Take a Breath
High Hopes
West Coast Documentary- Filmed between shows in Los Angeles with some shots by Richard Wright.
Breaking Bread, Drinking Wine, a tour documentary by Gavin Elder
The making of On an Island
Photo Gallery




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