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7 hours ago, Walter said:

I HATED that era of Pink Floyd. So uninspired, no improvisation. I know The Wall and other performances were on timers and led to little improv, but this was so much worse. Gilmour wasn’t competing against a wall being constructed for Christ’s sake.... 

Totally agree, I refer that era to that era as Gilmour Floyd, they are like a clock without an hour hand. Live 8 proved that, only four songs but the best  Pink Floyd performance since 1981, it knocked any performance of the Gilmour period out of the ball park.

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16 hours ago, JTM said:

Totally agree, I refer that era to that era as Gilmour Floyd, they are like a clock without an hour hand. Live 8 proved that, only four songs but the best  Pink Floyd performance since 1981, it knocked any performance of the Gilmour period out of the ball park.

Yup. Live 8 was so refreshing after the stale Gilmour Floyd era. Probably the best ending to the band we could’ve hoped for, at that point. 

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