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2020-08-08 11:47:40 AM  
I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.
 
2020-08-08 12:17:22 PM  

Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.


Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.
 
2020-08-08 12:43:07 PM  

Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.


Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...
 
2020-08-08 1:13:08 PM  
loved the versions of Mother and Two Suns In The Sunset he put out a few weeks back.

and Lucius have the voices of the Gods
 
2020-08-08 4:05:27 PM  

rotsky: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.


Uh, pretty much all Roger Waters has is 'old stuff'.  That what happens when you're almost 80.

He's essentially a nostalgia act.  And if you're a nostalgia act, you're going to be generally playing the hits over and over until your ears bleed.  Ergo, deep cuts become real fun to play.
 
2020-08-08 4:06:25 PM  
As individual songs, they may not measure up to most of PF's catalog but they're very important for the narrative that flows throughout The Wall.
 
2020-08-08 4:08:47 PM  

jake3988: rotsky: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.

Uh, pretty much all Roger Waters has is 'old stuff'.  That what happens when you're almost 80.

He's essentially a nostalgia act.  And if you're a nostalgia act, you're going to be generally playing the hits over and over until your ears bleed.  Ergo, deep cuts become real fun to play.


He does find ways to keep his old material current

Roger Waters - "Pigs (Three Different Ones)"
Youtube QWLBtMz5OuY
 
2020-08-08 4:33:27 PM  
"The Razorbacks may go undefeated this year."
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Roger Waters predicts.
 
2020-08-08 5:03:50 PM  

jake3988: rotsky: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.

Uh, pretty much all Roger Waters has is 'old stuff'.  That what happens when you're almost 80.

He's essentially a nostalgia act.  And if you're a nostalgia act, you're going to be generally playing the hits over and over until your ears bleed.  Ergo, deep cuts become real fun to play.


He came out with a new album a year or two ago and it was surprisingly good. (Not surprising because I dislike his music, but, after all this time, I wasn't counting on it.)
 
2020-08-08 5:18:08 PM  

poconojoe: and Lucius have the voices of the Gods


I first heard them on the San Fermin album. Jess Wolfe is amazing.
 
2020-08-08 5:51:52 PM  
I had seen the movie Tommy as a child, and The Wall put of high school, dozens of times. In college one roommate had the regular animated version, and I had a copy of the Live in Berlin version, and we would watch one or the other about once a week.

Then we rented Tommy, which had been released a year earlier than The Wall, and had so many singularities, from the father dying in WWII (admittedly a very common thing in that era) to animated instrumental scenes almost identical. Worth watching if you've never scene it.
 
2020-08-08 5:54:32 PM  
Pink Floyd songs have a texture to them that is hard to dislike.

He's in a Floyd Hole!
Youtube ft_Jh3NpdGU
 
2020-08-08 6:06:08 PM  
Great, more self-centered psychoanalysis. Animals was the last real Pink Floyd album.
 
2020-08-08 6:58:04 PM  

Spice Must Flow: I had seen the movie Tommy as a child, and The Wall put of high school, dozens of times. In college one roommate had the regular animated version, and I had a copy of the Live in Berlin version, and we would watch one or the other about once a week.

Then we rented Tommy, which had been released a year earlier than The Wall, and had so many singularities, from the father dying in WWII (admittedly a very common thing in that era) to animated instrumental scenes almost identical. Worth watching if you've never scene it.


Tommy's worth it just for the scene with Ann Margaret in the sequin suit writhing on the floor in baked beans.
 
2020-08-08 7:02:10 PM  

Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...


"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.
 
2020-08-08 7:14:49 PM  

RainDawg: Great, more self-centered psychoanalysis. Animals was the last real Pink Floyd album.


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2020-08-08 7:42:49 PM  

jake3988: rotsky: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.

Uh, pretty much all Roger Waters has is 'old stuff'.  That what happens when you're almost 80.

He's essentially a nostalgia act.  And if you're a nostalgia act, you're going to be generally playing the hits over and over until your ears bleed.  Ergo, deep cuts become real fun to play.


Much like Dale Earnhardt, his last great hit was The Wall.
 
2020-08-08 7:44:45 PM  
2-4 years ago I bought The Wall DVD.  It's a great concert flick. But every few minutes Roger cuts to him in a car and stuff, talking about his dad.  I get it.  Your dad died before you were born.  You're farking amazinginly rich and talented.  Get over it.

If I had any video editing skillz I'd take that concert movie and remove every scene that wasn't a concert, and load it up on my favorite torrent site.
 
2020-08-08 7:56:19 PM  

Snotnose: 2-4 years ago I bought The Wall DVD.  It's a great concert flick. But every few minutes Roger cuts to him in a car and stuff, talking about his dad.  I get it.  Your dad died before you were born.  You're farking amazinginly rich and talented.  Get over it.

If I had any video editing skillz I'd take that concert movie and remove every scene that wasn't a concert, and load it up on my favorite torrent site.


Hey, there's a plague raging. What else ya gonna do?

(And send me a link when you finish it, pretty please?)
 
2020-08-08 8:02:29 PM  
In my music library, I have Pink Floyd divided up into four different bands:

Syd Floyd:  Piper and Saucerful
Pink Floyd:  More to Animals
Roger Floyd:  The Wall, The Final Cut, and his solo albums
David Floyd:  Momentary Lapse and Division Bell and his solo albums

It works out really well.  If I'm in the mood for one era I just pick that band label, if I'm in the mood for an assortment I put them all in and hit shuffle.
 
2020-08-08 8:12:24 PM  

KingKauff: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.


I've watched the move slightly less than listening to the album. 😁

The album is one of the ones I rotate to go to sleep to.
 
2020-08-08 8:15:05 PM  

Spice Must Flow: I had seen the movie Tommy as a child, and The Wall put of high school, dozens of times. In college one roommate had the regular animated version, and I had a copy of the Live in Berlin version, and we would watch one or the other about once a week.

Then we rented Tommy, which had been released a year earlier than The Wall, and had so many singularities, from the father dying in WWII (admittedly a very common thing in that era) to animated instrumental scenes almost identical. Worth watching if you've never scene it.

Tommy

is great just to see Ann Margaret covered in baked beans. Who knew that was my fetish? I guess the rest of the movie is pretty cool, too... 😜
 
2020-08-08 8:25:06 PM  

Mikey1969: Spice Must Flow: I had seen the movie Tommy as a child, and The Wall put of high school, dozens of times. In college one roommate had the regular animated version, and I had a copy of the Live in Berlin version, and we would watch one or the other about once a week.

Then we rented Tommy, which had been released a year earlier than The Wall, and had so many singularities, from the father dying in WWII (admittedly a very common thing in that era) to animated instrumental scenes almost identical. Worth watching if you've never scene it.

Tommy is great just to see Ann Margaret covered in baked beans. Who knew that was my fetish? I guess the rest of the movie is pretty cool, too... 😜


Tommy Madness 2
Youtube NJh7Gu_UmRk
 
2020-08-08 8:25:26 PM  

Snapper Carr: He does find ways to keep his old material current


Because there is never, ever any shortage of pigs.

Big man, pig man
Ha, ha, charade you are
You well heeled big wheel
Ha, ha, charade you are
And when your hand is on your heart
You're nearly a good laugh
Almost a joker
With your head down in the pig bin
Saying 'Keep on digging'
Pig stain on your fat chin
What do you hope to find
Down in the pig mine?
You're nearly a laugh
You're nearly a laugh
But you're really a cry
 
2020-08-08 8:36:18 PM  

Brokenseas: In my music library, I have Pink Floyd divided up into four different bands:

Syd Floyd:  Piper and Saucerful
Pink Floyd:  More to Animals
Roger Floyd:  The Wall, The Final Cut, and his solo albums
David Floyd:  Momentary Lapse and Division Bell and his solo albums

It works out really well.  If I'm in the mood for one era I just pick that band label, if I'm in the mood for an assortment I put them all in and hit shuffle.


That's pretty much my division except I like Syd Floyd and Pink Floyd and hate (well, can't be bothered to listen to more than actually hate) Roger and David Floyd.
 
2020-08-08 8:48:16 PM  

KingKauff: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.


I was going to say "When the Tigers Broke Free" or "Empty Spaces" because they're in the film but not the original album.
 
2020-08-08 8:59:03 PM  

holdmybones: KingKauff: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.

I was going to say "When the Tigers Broke Free" or "Empty Spaces" because they're in the film but not the original album.


Yeah, I miss both of those, but I really would love to hear Empty Spaces on the album. I wonder if the new special edition from a couple of years ago has it?
 
2020-08-08 9:03:19 PM  

Mikey1969: holdmybones: KingKauff: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.

I was going to say "When the Tigers Broke Free" or "Empty Spaces" because they're in the film but not the original album.

Yeah, I miss both of those, but I really would love to hear Empty Spaces on the album. I wonder if the new special edition from a couple of years ago has it?


I'm pretty sure it does.
I think it's also on Echoes, but I don't own that, so I'm not completely sure.
 
2020-08-08 9:06:53 PM  

Mikey1969: holdmybones: KingKauff: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.

I was going to say "When the Tigers Broke Free" or "Empty Spaces" because they're in the film but not the original album.

Yeah, I miss both of those, but I really would love to hear Empty Spaces on the album. I wonder if the new special edition from a couple of years ago has it?


Never mind. Tigers is on Echoes. Not empty spaces.
 
2020-08-08 9:07:05 PM  

holdmybones: Mikey1969: holdmybones: KingKauff: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

"The Show Must Go On" and "Waiting For the Worms" are more likely the deep cuts of the album.  If you haven't heard it yet, give the live Wall cd a listen to.

I was going to say "When the Tigers Broke Free" or "Empty Spaces" because they're in the film but not the original album.

Yeah, I miss both of those, but I really would love to hear Empty Spaces on the album. I wonder if the new special edition from a couple of years ago has it?

I'm pretty sure it does.
I think it's also on Echoes, but I don't own that, so I'm not completely sure.


All I remember about Echoes is the full Shine On.
 
2020-08-08 10:43:27 PM  

Snotnose: 2-4 years ago I bought The Wall DVD.  It's a great concert flick. But every few minutes Roger cuts to him in a car and stuff, talking about his dad.  I get it.  Your dad died before you were born.  You're farking amazinginly rich and talented.  Get over it.

If I had any video editing skillz I'd take that concert movie and remove every scene that wasn't a concert, and load it up on my favorite torrent site.


I'll reverse that.  I watched the "new" wall in the theater a couple years ago, and really enjoyed the reverence he holds his old man in.  Losing his dad is what drove much of his art as im sure you know.

Especially watching in a theater, the breakup between every few songs was necessary to me just for the need to split things up a little bit, as its not like you're at a concert where you're sweating so much you don't need to pee.
 
2020-08-08 11:21:21 PM  

jake3988: rotsky: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.

Uh, pretty much all Roger Waters has is 'old stuff'.  That what happens when you're almost 80.

He's essentially a nostalgia act.  And if you're a nostalgia act, you're going to be generally playing the hits over and over until your ears bleed.  Ergo, deep cuts become real fun to play.


I get that, but it's really "nostalgia" when millions of people still listen to your works. And it's not like the guy hasn't made some fine solo albums. And while I'm here: The Wall is no doubt a wonder of art. But Animals is the best Floyd album. Fight me.

There's real anger in it, and no coincidence that he used it against Trump recently. The Wall also contains anger, but comes across as self-pity no matter how awesome that record is. The reason I bring both albums to this post is that I always had trouble deciding which one to love more.

It's Animals. The Sheep out front shoulda told ya.
 
2020-08-08 11:29:52 PM  
 Since I mentioned Sheep I should also mention why love it. That song is not only politically conscious but it f*cking ROCKS, man. Everything about that band seems to unite in a song recorded not too far before it all went to hell.
 
Ant
2020-08-09 1:58:08 AM  

Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...


Yeah, what's a Pink Floyd deep cut? Grandchester Meadows?
 
2020-08-09 4:50:57 AM  
Here's an old, early version of "Dogs" when they were still hammering the lyrics and cadence into shape. It's pretty good.

Pink Floyd "You've Got to Be Crazy" 1974 "Dogs"
Youtube zO4MEvg7eIM


You gotta be crazy, you gotta be mean
You gotta keep your kids and your car clean
You gotta keep climbing, you gotta keep fit
You gotta keep smiling, you gotta eat shiat
 
2020-08-09 6:31:43 AM  

dickfreckle: Since I mentioned Sheep I should also mention why love it. That song is not only politically conscious but it f*cking ROCKS, man. Everything about that band seems to unite in a song recorded not too far before it all went to hell.


Go listen to Dogs and put it into today's politics. I did the other night and the parallels are more amzing today thtn when it came out.

You gotta be crazy, you gotta have a real need
You gotta sleep on your toes, and when you're on the street
You gotta be able to pick out the easy meat with your eyes closed
And then moving in silently, down wind and out of sight
You gotta strike when the moment is right without thinkingAnd after a while, you can work on points for style
Like the club tie, and the firm handshake
A certain look in the eye and an easy smile
You have to be trusted by the people that you lie to
So that when they turn their backs on you,
You'll get the chance to put the knife inYou gotta keep one eye looking over your shoulder
You know it's going to get harder, and harder, and harder as you get older
And in the end you'll pack up and fly down south
Hide your head in the sand,
Just another sad old man
All alone and dying of cancerAnd when you loose control, you'll reap the harvest you have sown
And as the fear grows, the bad blood slows and turns to stone
And it's too late to lose the weight you used to need to throw around
So have a good drown, as you go down, all alone
Dragged down by the stone (stone, stone, stone, stone, stone)I gotta admit that I'm a little bit confused
Sometimes it seems to me as if I'm just being used
Gotta stay awake, gotta try and shake off this creeping malaise
If I don't stand my own ground, how can I find my way out of this maze?Deaf, dumb, and blind, you just keep on pretending
That everyone's expendable and no-one has a real friend
And it seems to you the thing to do would be to isolate the winner
And everything's done under the sun
And you believe at heart, everyone's a killerWho was born in a house full of pain
Who was trained not to spit in the fan
Who was told what to do by the man
Who was broken by trained personnelWho was fitted with collar and chain
Who was given a pat on the back
Who was breaking away from the pack
Who was only a stranger at homeWho was ground down in the end
Who was found dead on the phone
Who was dragged down by the stone
 
2020-08-09 9:53:04 AM  

Garza and the Supermutants: Here's an old, early version of "Dogs" when they were still hammering the lyrics and cadence into shape. It's pretty good.

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You gotta be crazy, you gotta be mean
You gotta keep your kids and your car clean
You gotta keep climbing, you gotta keep fit
You gotta keep smiling, you gotta eat shiat


I don't know what to say.  You provided me with something amazing by Floyd that I've never heard before.  It's like Christmas morning.  Thank you.
8.0.3
 
2020-08-09 10:08:28 AM  

Snapper Carr: jake3988: rotsky: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Yeah, me too.  Not too many artists take their old stuff that seriously anymore. He's the real deal, I think.

Uh, pretty much all Roger Waters has is 'old stuff'.  That what happens when you're almost 80.

He's essentially a nostalgia act.  And if you're a nostalgia act, you're going to be generally playing the hits over and over until your ears bleed.  Ergo, deep cuts become real fun to play.

He does find ways to keep his old material current

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Phew.  Watching that took a lot out of me.  I mean, the performance is just spectacular.  Of course.  But I think the combination of the message and seeing a large throng of people gathered together without a care in the world hit me right where it hurts.  Amazing stuff.
8.0.3
 
2020-08-09 10:55:16 AM  

dickfreckle: The Wall is no doubt a wonder of art. But Animals is the best Floyd album. Fight me.


I would go with "Wish You Were Here", and Animals a strong second place.

But, back in my days of partaking in drugs, Animals was awesome.
 
2020-08-09 11:10:17 AM  
Piper at the gates of dawn

/Apples and oranges
 
2020-08-09 11:31:59 AM  
It warms me to the cockles of the heart knowing that some Conservative is probably pissed about his shout out to Portland in the song.  They are stuck listening to their safe space music by Kanye.
 
2020-08-09 1:24:39 PM  

Tor_Eckman: Garza and the Supermutants: Here's an old, early version of "Dogs" when they were still hammering the lyrics and cadence into shape. It's pretty good.

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You gotta be crazy, you gotta be mean
You gotta keep your kids and your car clean
You gotta keep climbing, you gotta keep fit
You gotta keep smiling, you gotta eat shiat

I don't know what to say.  You provided me with something amazing by Floyd that I've never heard before.  It's like Christmas morning.  Thank you.
8.0.3


Welcome! I felt the same when I ran across it a while back. Just searching YouTube for BBC and Pink Floyd brought a number of sessions I had no idea of.
 
2020-08-09 4:19:32 PM  
All Pink Floyd albums are great, but Animals is more great than others.
 
2020-08-09 4:33:22 PM  

BilldaCat10: All Pink Floyd albums are great, but Animals is more great than others.


I like Wish You Were Here the best. I wore out 2 vinyl copies of The Wall and now I don't listen to it much.
 
2020-08-09 6:51:07 PM  

whatshisname: BilldaCat10: All Pink Floyd albums are great, but Animals is more great than others.

I like Wish You Were Here the best. I wore out 2 vinyl copies of The Wall and now I don't listen to it much.


Look, I know there is no accounting for taste, and it's also splitting hairs a bit - but Dark Side, Animals, and The Wall are all unquestionably better than Wish You Were Here.
 
2020-08-09 7:40:54 PM  

Ant: Mikey1969: Demetrius: I like both of those tracks and actually enjoyed that performance more than I expected.

Funny part is, I have listened to The Wall so many times in my life that I have trouble even conceiving of a "deep cut" on that album. Or on Animals, Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, etc...

Yeah, what's a Pink Floyd deep cut? Grandchester Meadows?


This is a deep cut.

Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict
Youtube ICbbPSXUAmY
 
2020-08-09 8:00:24 PM  

saturn badger: dickfreckle: Since I mentioned Sheep I should also mention why love it. That song is not only politically conscious but it f*cking ROCKS, man. Everything about that band seems to unite in a song recorded not too far before it all went to hell.

Go listen to Dogs and put it into today's politics. I did the other night and the parallels are more amzing today thtn when it came out.


And they'll continue to be relevant possibly forever.  He was talking about humans, and humans don't change much without a metaphorical (or literal) gun to their heads.
 
2020-08-09 11:08:02 PM  

Tor_Eckman: whatshisname: BilldaCat10: All Pink Floyd albums are great, but Animals is more great than others.

I like Wish You Were Here the best. I wore out 2 vinyl copies of The Wall and now I don't listen to it much.

Look, I know there is no accounting for taste, and it's also splitting hairs a bit - but Dark Side, Animals, and The Wall are all unquestionably better than Wish You Were Here.


If The Wall was edited into a single album maybe. Animals>Meddle>WYWH>DSOTM> everything else >The Wall> The Final Cut> Any Gilmour led album.
 
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