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Live In Gdansk [+video]

10 Feb 2010

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  • Original Release Date: 10 Feb 2010
  • Label: Columbia
  • Copyright: 2008 David Gilmour Music Ltd. under exclusive license to SONY BMG Music Entertainment
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  • Total Length: 2:58:51
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  • ASIN: B003IVA6O8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,083 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Carsten Doig on 1 Oct 2008
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This seemed like a pretty competent live album, especially if you start with disc 1 and its replication of the 'On An Island' album. From that album 'Take a Deep Breath' is pretty powerful.

But like a lot of other people, I bought this because I love Pink Floyd and I was keen to hear some old favourites, hence disc 2. 'Shine On...' is slightly different, more mellow (if that is possible) but more interesting after two previous live renditions on the last two Floyd albums.

However, if you are a Floyd fan then you need to buy this album for another classic, 'Echoes'. Quite simply, it is stunning, from Rick Wright's opening keyboards, to the vocals, Gilmour's funky guitar, the ambient section and then the return with Gilmour showing why he is the greatest guitar player in the world.

As if that wasn't enough, watching the concert on DVD only adds to the occassion of this magnificent song.

Oh yes, and after that there is an emotional rendition of 'Great Day for Freedom' although I do beg as to why Jon Carin's piano and the orchestra seem to dominate the sound over any keyboards Rick plays. Gilmour's solo on the other hand is majestic, and likewise on the final track 'Comfortably Numb'. Although, it's been done before, there is still something unique about this version and its particularly poignant on the DVD when you see Rick singing Waters' vocals.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Nick Huckle VINE VOICE on 29 Sep 2008
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Superb production values, as you'd expect from the Pink Floyd camp. Both sound on the CDs and sound and visuals on the DVDs and DVDs are fautless.
The band appear relaxed and play as a well knit unit throughout, clearly enjoying themselves.
Gilmour's guitar playing, as ever, is precise and dynamic. Perhaps even better than on his "Remember The Night" DVD. He's not a guitarist from the fast and flash camp, but he always plays the right note at the right time with the right tone. I lost count of the shivers he sent down my spine. Most impressive of all though is the fact that this was the only show the band played with a string section. The strings are used magnificently. They don't intrude on any number, but always compliment the songs perfectly. I've had this CD/DVD package for three days now but have already watched the show twice as well as listening to the CDs twice. I think that's nearly 12 hours in all.

Sadly this show is also one of the last, if not the last, recording of a performance by Richard Wright. On the DVD he appears to be really at ease and enjoying himself. A craftsman of the highest order. He will be missed.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Me on 30 Sep 2008
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This is not a criticism of the music, nothing wrong there at all, but the packaging. The discs are stored in tight cardboard sleeves and are terrible to get out if you are not careful there others can fall out by accident whilst you're trying to extract another. The cardboard has already ripped on mine. It's so fiddley and badly designed. They really could have done better designing this.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Simon on 29 Sep 2008
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This set is worth the price of admission just to hear Dave dust off Fat Old Sun, which was a shameful omission from PF's Echoes collection. A beautiful melody which is played acoustically but just when you think it's over Dave plays a blistering electric solo. Just awesome!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Red9 on 23 Sep 2008
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David Gilmour once again shows his incredible talent, by collating an exceptional live set, that will delight both Floyd fans and those(if any)who lean to his solo work. Poignantly, this album features Rick on keyboards, and also vocals (he solo's on Comfortably Numb, covering Roger's pieces)so is a lasting memory as his last recording.

Now,what makes this album so great, is not only the superb balance of songs over the Floyd era (from Astronomy, Echoes, Dark Side, WYWH through The Wall and ending up with Division Bell, and the best of his more recent solo album "On an Island", but the production quality and final arrangement are amazing for a live album.

The Floyd tracks are perfectly reproduced, with the exception of "Shine On" which starts as per the original, but the chorus is simply David, Guitar and Piano - it works beautifully!. Comfortably Numb is probably even better than the "Pulse" version, with Gilmour squealing the guitar through the epic ending riff - superb. The only Floyd track missing which I would have expected to hear is "Sorrow".

As mentioned, the solo set list misses out completley David's first two albums and focuses on a selection of tracks from On an Island - tracks I have slated on this website for being dull and boring, yet on this new live album they seem to have come to life and fit in with the set so well.

Live albums by the nature need some crowd sing - along to the opening verses, but the Polish crowd listen intentley and clap politely, with no oversinging the opening verses!(Wish you were here comes to mind where at Earls Court the crowd can be heard singing every word - on this album silence!)

Some people ask why Gdansk?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Sudworth VINE VOICE on 26 Sep 2008
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This is probably one of the best produced live albums I've heard but that is irrelvant beside the sheer quality of the music. A big part of the songs are all of the latest Dave Gilmour album 'The Island' and I have to say they sound soooo much better live. On the studio album there is quite a low key , almost sad feeling. Live on this CD they fit very well instead with the older Pink Floyd ones. I think my studio album will be quietly filed away. The Pink Floyd songs are just outstanding - the version of Comfortably Numb is just brilliant. I had it cranked up in the car and its just a great soundtrack for driving. Other standouts are Time, Echoes (all 25 minutes of it..) and what for me is one of their best songs 'Wish You Were Here' - made even more aposite with the death of Rick Wright
A great album and a potential classic
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