It sounds pretty awesome.
It sounds pretty awesome.
Yes, on its own. But comparing it to the Floyd sound, it just falls flat.
So I watched The Departed again, today. Can anyone tell me the significance of Scorsese's song choice and what Comfortably Numb had to the film? And why did he choose the version with Van Morrison at Berlin, 1990 instead of the original album version?
gonna listen to piper for the first time now
second though, piper isn't there
But you see what I mean... that bend is impossible to replicate
listening to obscured by clouds now
I didn't think Animals was great either, like everyone else said it was
My favourite album by far is still Wish You Were Here
it wasn't bad it just didn't grab me
I'll go back to it
It seems there's no consistency in the albums, they all sound completely different
actually, really liking this album
I like the guitar in the second song
BOOTLEG SERIES PINK FLOYD. AWESOME. :pcgaming:
Because it was a sound track it was written for a specific purpose, worked really well. Some of the songs are pretty emotional and written about things you don't really hear Pink Floyd writing about, like Roger writing about his relationship with a groupie, and David Gilmour writing about Time in Childhood's end.
In fact childhoods end is really well written for a gilmour song
Cool, you should listen to the live show that inspired them to make Moon though. It is still psychedelic Floyd though, let me check the date it was performed.
Woah, really like Childhood's End a lot more than I remember.
Did you know all the time but it never bothered you anyway
Leading the blind while I stared out the steel in your eyes
D Gb A G D A~ Gb A G Gb D Gb A G D A~ Gb A G Gb D Gb A G D A~ Gb A G Gb D Gb A G D A~ Gb A G Gb
Finish the rest of that song damn you :argh:
God I still get goosebumps at the beginning line of Dark Side of The Moon, it's like listening to it the first time every time.
You know there are some songs that used to make me absolutely feel chills down my spine every time I heard them, but I've heard them so many times it loses that effect. Sad.
* Time solo
* Great Gig in the Sky
* Echoes build-up and speedy guitar part
* Careful With That Axe, Eugene screams
Not so sure about that last one, it may still have the effect. I have to listen sparingly, though, to prevent that occurring.
All still incredibly excellent, though!
Anyone here listened to The Flaming Lip's full-album cover of Dark Side of the Moon? It's pretty good, if you're into your neo-psychedelia.
Some of the songs are arranged a bit odd, however, such as Time and Brain Damage. They sound so weak.
The only thing I like about that is the vocals.
The instrumentation doesn't fit a Pink Floyd song.
I like cover albums when done right. The one where loads of classic prog artists were teamed up to make Dark Side was a nice listen.
So my local rock station does a "two for tuesday" thing
Had Welcome To The Machine followed by Hey You today.
I have no idea what that means, but The Departed is my favorite film
I guess my take on the use of the song in the film is that the cops and criminals alike have to become desensitized to the fucked up shit going on around them all the time.
Something I don't like is that people seem to always complain about cover guitarists not being as good as Gilmour. I don't think the goal in a cover should be accuracy but rarther to express the song through your own perception of it.
This is John Petrucci doing the Comfortably Numb solo and I think it's completely fine. He doesn't play it like Gilmour, but that's what I find interesting about it. Anyway, if I wanted to hear a solo that sounded like Gilmour, I'd listen to Gilmour.
I do think it is quite appropriate to say the guy on the right should have been thrown off stage.
I love that version. JP clearly showing where his musical roots are...