|Catalog:||2S-907 TOASTED RECORDS|
|Misc.:||Stereo, MCMLXXX Toasted records(pty) ltd. Manufactured by finestkind records & tapes(pty) ltd Sydney.|
|Cover:||A neato painting, part surrealistic, part Science Fictio, part fantasy, part Pyramids and part naked female like figures. Mainly it's greenish, nice!|
|Sources:||15mar77 London Empire Pool, Wembley, London 15th March 1977|
Side One: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Pt 1-5 2. Welcome To the Machine 3. Have A Cigar 4. Wish you Were Here Side Two: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Pt 6-9 2. Money Side Three: 1. Sheep 2. Pigs On The Wing 3. Dogs Side Four: 1. Pigs (Three Different Ones) 2. Pigs On The Wing 3. Us And ThemBand:
David Gilmour : Vocals & Guitar Roger Waters : Vocals & Bass Guitar Richard Wright : Keyboards Nick Mason : Percussion Snowy White : Guitar Dick Parry : Saxophone & Keyboards
|Xref:||Knobs (IMP 2.15 IMPOSSIBLE RECORD WORKS) Record 1: 30 KW PA Record 2: Giant Barn Dance|
|Comments:|| This is an (allmost) complete set of the animals tour, the only
thing it misses is the last part of Us & Them. Alltho the
recording is audible a b00t1e9, the sound quality is very good.
The animals part really lives, and Pigs (3) has the extended
solo at the end. Shine On You Crazy diamond starts as usual,
but then Gilmour takes of like Carl Lewis on speed, in a piece
of solo that sounds a bit like the opening to Have A Cigar. The
start of Welcome To The Machine is a bit soft, Have A Cigar is
great again, and what's happening during WYWH ? During the last
but one couplet a second voice joins the singer, a bit out of
key a bit out of tune, under general laughter from the audience,
during the last verse they do it again, but now another voice
joins Gilmour (or it's the same), but turned asked somewhere.
WYWH ends with Ricks organ solo/coda, and then Shine On 2 picks
up again, the drums are now prominent in the mix, and everyone
is doing his best to make this set a bit special part 10 (?) is
completely different then any I've heard on a ROIO. During Us &
Them you can hear that Gilmour is tired, but you cannot blame
him after the show he's given (and maybe the rest of the band
as well), he longs to a hot bath or something, and therefore his
voice lacks the power/energy.
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