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Remember That Night [Blu-Ray] [DVD] [2012]

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4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: EMI Records
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Nov 2007
  • Run Time: 492 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000WZ8Y24
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,077 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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Tracklist: Disc 1 1 Speak To Me 2 Breathe 3 Time 4 Breathe (reprise) 5 Castellorizon 6 On An Island featuring Crosby & Nash 7 The Blue featuring Crosby & Nash 8 Red Sky At Night 9 This Heaven 10 Then I Close My Eyes featuring Robert Wyatt 11 Smile 12 Take A Breath 13 A Pocketful Of Stones 14 Where We Start 15 Shine On You Crazy Diamond featuring Crosby & Nash 16 Fat Old Sun 17 Coming Back To Life 18 High Hopes 19 Echoes 20 Wish You Were Here 21 Find The Cost Of Freedom featuring Crosby & Nash 22 Arnold Layne featuring David Bowie 23 Comfortably Numb featuring David Bowie

Disc 2 From the Royal Albert Hall: 1 Wot’s…Uh The Deal 2 Dominoes 3 Wearing The Inside Out featuring Richard Wright 4 Arnold Layne featuring Richard Wright 5 Comfortably Numb featuring Richard Wright Documentary: Breaking Bread, Drinking Wine From the Summer Tour 2006: Dark Globe Live From Abbey Road: Astronomy Domine From the AOL Sessions: This Heaven From the BBC Mermaid Theatre concert: 1 Castellorizon 2 On An Island 3 The Blue 4 Take A Breath 5 High Hopes Documentary: The Making Of ‘On An Island’ Documentary: The West Coast Music Videos: 1 On An Island 2 Smile Island Jam 2007 Photo Gallery

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David Gilmour - Remember That Night (2 Blu-Ray)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Remember That Night - The Basics 23 Sep 2007
Any way you look at it, this DVD package is great value for money - the sticker on the outside says it all - "Over 5 hours of footage plus bonus content, including additional tracks, music videos, documentaries and photo gallery." Given the wide variety of songs, it's difficult to characterise this DVD. I guess you could say this is a combination of the heartfelt On An Island songs, with Pink Floyd classics. A considerable amount of work went into it - there is something here for everybody.

Director David Mallet (who also did the highly acclaimed Pink Floyd Pulse DVD) has put together a great mix of shots from the many cameras in the Royal Albert Hall, and which combines a selection of clear shots of the band with the artsy/abstract ones (I especially liked the closeups of Gilmour's fingers working the guitar). This is not Pulse (an arena extravaganza show), but rather a rendering of the On An Island tour show which was geared for theatres (many lights all around the stage, lots of smoke, and some lasers during the later Floyd songs). This show is more moody and personal, with more feeling, than an in-your-face arena show. More about the people and the music - more genuine or intimate in a way (I do love arena shows too). It was filmed at the end of the tour, so the band had the songs down to perfection (and this is the best from the 3 nights of Albert Hall shows). They obviously enjoyed doing it. Amazon provides a good example of the video with their excerpt from Breathe.

David's band includes Richard Wright from Pink Floyd, Phil Manzanera from Roxy Music (an excellent addition, who also co-produced and played in the OAI CD), Jon Carin, Guy Pratt, and Steve DiStanislao. Guests include David Crosby and Graham Nash, David Bowie, and Robert Wyatt.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable 7 Feb 2008
David Gilmour is well known for his work as a quarter of Pink Floyd during their most successful period. However, he should also be known as a great performer in his own right - particularly on the strength of this DVD. I know someone who actually attended the Albert Hall gig and was blown away by it - he has a copy of the DVD to keep reminding himself how good the night was!

The material here comprises a large chunk of Pink Floyd's better known material, along with songs from his latest solo album, On An Island. The highlights for me include "Take A Breath", "Time", and "On An Island", but the whole performance is spectaular. Gilmour's vocals have always been as inspirational to me as his guitar playing, and this still holds true. His voice is as good as it ever has been, perfectly pitched and completely clear.

The guitar playing on this album is also phenomonal. Every solo is perfect - particularly the old favourite "Shine On You Crazy Diamond". The arrangement for "Shine On..." is a little different to normal - with the first verse being Gilmour's guitar and vocals on their own, but that really shows his talents to their full - whilst the guitar in that section may not be difficult, his voice is what really carries it.

The addition of David Bowie is both a blessing and a hindrance. His vocals on "Arnold Layne" are very impressive - better by far than the original. However, his version of "Comfortably Numb" was a bit of a let down - the only part of the DVD that didn't exceed my expectations. Although I admire him for trying to do something different with the verses, I felt that the song had been changed too far beyond recognition. Thankfully, disc 2 features an alternate take of "Comfortably Numb" with Richard Wright supplying vocals - a much better performance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars GET IT NOW! 11 Aug 2007
I was at the first Albert Hall show in May 2006 and it was mind-blowing! For the first time since 1987 David Gilmour & Rick Wright perform "Echoes" on a tour! WITH SO MANY LASERS! THINK OF THE LASERS!

Seriously though, you get a live version of "On An Island" plus a collection of brilliant Floyd songs: "Shine On", "Fat Old Sun", "Wot's... Uh The Deal?", "Wearing The Inside Out", "Coming Back To Life", "High Hopes", "Wish You Were Here", "Echoes" and "Comfortably Numb", not to mention David Bowie providing vocals on "Arnold Layne" and "Comfortably Numb"! What more could you want?
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5.0 out of 5 stars who needs Pink Floyd? 8 Oct 2007
"The Voice And Guitar Of Pink Floyd", it proclaims on the sleeve.

It's a deeply emotive subject, Pink Floyd. Since the triumphant Live8 appearance, promoters have been waving enormous cheque books at the band, hoping to tempt the two camps into some kind of salaried, enormous tour of the worlds megastadiums for hyper profit.

What "Remember This Night" proves is that talent cannot always be bought. Despite the lure of touring under the Floyd name (which would have been an easy cashcow) and coasting on former glories, Gilmour chose to put this venture out under his own name, which, given the intimately personal nature of the accompanying record ("On An Island"), is only appropriate. Also, the tour is accompanied with an album of new material . No nostalgia smash'n'grab from the artistically bankrupt here.

Captured over three nights in London at the conclusion of the tour, the DVD documents, as best as one can, the exact emotional temperature of those shows. Musically Gilmour and his band (comprising 71.4% of the most recent touring lineup of Pink Floyd : only a second guitarist and that all important drum stool differ) are a precise unit - the music is fluid and faithful to the spirit of the recorded versions, the band are able to improvise and follow the muse of the moment, and to all intents and purposes, this is the closest thing you will come to Pink Floyd.

The first half of the main set - aside from opening with a brief précis of part of "Dark Side Of The Moon" - comprises of the new studio record, recreated live in it's entirety (following the Floyd tradition of sets since the Seventies). In concert, the material fulfils it's potential as a cohesive unit is, frankly, far better than the recorded versions.
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