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David Gilmour - Live In Gdansk (2008) [3CD+2DVD]
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David Gilmour - Live In Gdansk (2008) [3CD+2DVD] {Columbia Limited Edition} + Wot's...Uh The Deal? (The missing "Gdansk" track)

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David Gilmour's Live in Gdansk was recorded and filmed in 2006 at the Polish city's
shipyards, the very same historic location where Lech Walesa's
Solidarity movement began its populist assault on the country's
repressive Soviet-installed regime in 1980. By all accounts of the time
it was a truly awesome multimedia spectacle. But there are strange and
sad ironies that accompany this release as well. For starters, it was
released in the U.K. exactly a week after the death of Richard Wright,
Gilmour's longtime bandmate in Pink Floyd, and his keyboardist here.

Secondly, it appears during a period of increased tension between Russia and the
United States over the latter's proposed missile defense system to be
placed in Poland (by the U.S.) and the country's intended membership in
NATO. But there is nothing bittersweet about the music to be found on
this double-disc package (one of six different packages that document
the event and the tour -- apparently nobody told Gilmour the recording
industry was in an economic crisis). On this version, two and a half
hours document the entire concert. Gilmour's band -- Wright, Roxy Music
guitarist Phil Manzanera, keyboardist Jon Carin, bassist Guy Pratt,
drummer Steve DiStanislao, and saxophonist Dick Parry -- is accompanied
by the Baltic Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, including its 40-piece
string section, conducted by Zbigniew Preisner (who did the arrangements
on Gilmour's On an Island album).

While cynics can debate the pretentious of this date forever, everyone else can enjoy
an utterly engaging, entertaining, and sometimes emotionally moving
performance of Gilmour's entire On an Island album and a boxful of Pink
Floyd hits to boot. The first disc begins with Floyd's Dark Side of the
Moon suite of "Speak to Me," "Breathe," and "Time," and comes to a close
with the reprise of the opening track. With the orchestra accompanying
the band, the dreaminess and spaciness of the original music
miraculously comes through, and Gilmour is in fine voice as well. The
rest of disc one is taken up by an almost totally in-sequence
performance of On an Island. The live version of the album rocks more,
perhaps because of the steady presence of Manzanera, who adds extra
punch to Gilmour's airy bluesy one on guitar. This is especially true on
"Take a Breath," when his crunchy, crackling power chords come off like
something from his own Diamond Head album; his solo against the
counterpoint of the orchestra makes it one of the set's true rockist

Disc two is comprised entirely of performances of Pink Floyd tunes from albums as
diverse as Atom Heart Mother ( "Fat Old Sun" ), Wish You Were Here (
"Shine on You Crazy Diamond" and its title track), The Piper at the
Gates of Dawn ( "Astronomy Domine" ), Meddle ( "Echoes" ), The Wall(
"Comfortably Numb" ), and The Division Bell ( "A Great Day for Freedom"
). The performances are not terribly spontaneous in part because of the
orchestral arrangements, but they are flawless (again, Manzanera's
presence adds some real muscle) and, given the sheer quality of the
sound, they have plenty of presence and warmth despite being recorded in
front of a concert audience. This set may be strictly for Gilmour and
Pink Floyd fans, but as such, for all its packaging pomp (it's green
though: carbon-neutral cardboard wallets for all the different
packages), it feels like something historic and beautifully considered
as well as executed. It would have been amazing to be in that audience.
[This five-disc Special Edition includes two CDs, two DVDs, and an
additional bonus CD that consists of BBC and Live at AOL sessions as
well as the Barn Jam.]


01. Speak To Me (1:22)
02. Breathe (In The Air) (2:48)
03. Time (5:37)
04. Breathe (In The Air) (reprise) (1:31)
05. Castellorizon (3:46)
06. On An Island (7:26)
07. The Blue (6:38)
08. Red Sky At Night (3:02)
09. This Heaven (4:32)
10. Then I Close My Eyes (7:41)
11. Smile (4:25)
12. Take A Breath (6:47)
13. A Pocketful Of Stones (5:40)
14. Where We Start (8:01)

01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (12:06)
02. Astronomy Domine (5:02)
03. Fat Old Sun (6:39)
04. High Hopes (9:57)
05. Echoes (25:25)
06. Wish You Were Here (5:15)
07. A Great Day For Freedom (5:56)
08. Comfortably Numb (9:22)

* Live In Gdansk - Concert (152 mins)
01. Castellorizon
02. On An Island
03. The Blue
04. Red Sky At Night
05. This Heaven
06. Then I Close My Eyes
07. Smile
08. Take A Breath
09. A Pocketful Of Stones
10. Where We Start
11. Astronomy Domine
12. High Hopes
13. Echoes
14. A Great Day For Freedom
15. Comfortably Numb
* Gdansk Diary - Documentary (37 mins)

* Live At The Mermaid Theatre, London, March 2006
01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02. Wearing The Inside Out
03. Comfortably Numb
* Live From The AOL Sessions, New York, April 2006
04. On An Island
05. High Hopes
* Live From Abbey Road, London, August 2006
06. The Blue
07. Take A Breath
08. Echoes (Acoustic)
* Recorded Live In The UK, January 2007
09. Barn Jam 166
10. Barn Jam 192
11. Barn Jam 121
* On An Island - Album (5.1 Surround Sound) [AUDIO ONLY]
01. Castellorizon
02. On An Island
03. The Blue
04. Take A Breath
05. Red Sky At Night
06. This Heaven
07. Then I Close My Eyes
08. Smile
09. A Pocketful Of Stones
10. Where We Start

* Bonus Tracks From The 'On An Island' Tour, 2006
01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (13:08)
02. Dominoes (4:52)
03. The Blue (6:20)
04. Take A Breath (6:43)
05. Wish You Were Here (5:17)
06. Coming Back To Life (7:09)
07. Find The Cost Of Freedom (1:27)
08. This Heaven (4:27)
09. Wearing The Inside Out (7:31)
10. A Pocketful Of Stones (6:26)
11. Where We Start (7:36)
12. On The Turning Away (6:06)

David Gilmour - Wot's...Uh The Deal? Live In Gdansk (2008) (The Missing Track)
"Wot's...Uh The Deal?" is the missing track from the CD release of David Gilmour's 2008 album, "Live In Gdansk". This track was only
included on the vinyl release of the album & also on this bonus CD.

01 - Wot's...Uh The Deal?

All thanks goes to the original releaser!

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