Description: This is the moment the crowd recognise Gilmour on his promised one-off guest appearance for Roger's The Wall tour: Comfortably Numb at London's O2 12 May '11. 29 years and 329 days, according to Roger, since they last performed The Wall in London together. No introduction, but incredible, the crowd goes wild. A fantastic show, somehow made even better. (Joined by Nick Mason on stage at the end show). For more http://thedarksideofthemoon.co.uk/
Roger Waters David Gilmour, Comfortably Numb (the whole thing!) The Wall London O2, 12 May 2011 - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
David Gilmour joining Roger Waters on The Wall to perform 'Comfortably Numb' at London's O2, May, 2011.
Dave Gilmour makes a very special guest appearance for Comfortably Numb during Roger Waters performance of The Wall at London's O2 Arena on 12th May 2011. They were later joined on stage by Nick Mason , marking 30 years since they last performed The Wall in London
www.tmakworld.com blog post of that night. Roger Waters The Wall Tour - Comfortably Numb with David Gilmour May 12th 2011 at O2 Arena London England. This is it! The one the world has been waiting for in HD. Pink Floyd again! Caution - no video can capture the feeling of being there. Brought to you by www.tmakworld.com - read concert reviews and more.
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Pretty much what it says in the title, David Gilmour appeared atop The Wall as a special guest at Roger's second night of his London residency. All copyright belongs to the writers and publishers respectively, I am uploading this as a fan so people who weren't lucky enough to be there can see what happened :-)
David Gilmour appears at the top of Roger's The Wall show at the O2 arena in London last night. Forgive the shakiness and the frame turning... it was the excitement:)
Roger Waters of Pink Floyd performing a spectacular light and projection show of the Wall with special guests Dave Gilmour and Nick Mason Comfortably Numb With Dave Gilmour Panned Out Follow me on twitter at twitter.com
Dave Gilmour plays Comfortably Numb with Roger Waters on The Wall Tour in O2 Arena in London, 12th May 2011. A big Thank You goes to my friend Julesychan for recording this epic moment! © Pink Floyd Music Ltd.
Hear the absolute delight of the crowd as David Gilmour joins Roger Waters for Comfortably Numb, during Roger's The Wall Live show at the London O2, 12-5-11
Roger Waters of Pink Floyd performing a spectacular light and projection show of the Wall with special guests David Gilmour and Nick Mason Comfortably Numb With Dave Gilmour Zoomed In Follow me on twitter at twitter.com
David Gilmour, Comfortably Numb, at Roger Waters' 'The Wall' concert at the O2 Arena on Thursday 12th May 2011. I'd bought my binoculars just in case and had to watch the whole song through them. My beautiful wife recorded the second solo to the end while I watched on in awe! Sorry, no zoom on our phone.
Pink Floyd Comfortably Numb David Gilmour & Roger Waters Reunion for Hoping Foundation Sunday 11th July 2010 David Gilmour & Roger Waters: Kiddington, Oxfordshire, England. July 10, 2010: David Gilmour and Roger Waters. Photo: Polly Samson.At a charity event yesterday, organized by Bella Freud and Karma Nabulsi and hosted by Jemima Khan under the banner of Hoping (Hope and Optimism for Palestinians in the Next Generation) to raise funds for the Children of Gaza, Nick Cave and Tom Jones kicked off the evening's fundraising. Then David Gilmour and Roger Waters took to the stage before 200 guests to perform four songs together with Guy Pratt (bass and acoustic guitar), Harry Waters (keyboards), Andy Newmark (drums), Chester Kamen (guitar), and Jonjo Grisdale (keyboards). July 10, 2010: David Gilmour and Roger Waters with the band. Photo: Polly Samson.The performance was geared to an auction for each song which was launched with To Know Him Is To Love Him (written by Phil Spector), regularly featured in Pink Floyd sound checks many years ago, followed by Wish You Were Here, Comfortably Numb, and the closer with full audience participation of Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2).
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Complied videos from London's 02 Arena show 5/02/2011 and 5/11/2011 featuring David Gilmour on Comfortably Numb and both Nick Mason and Gilmour on Outside The Wall finale. This is not my video but the editing of the compilation is my doing. The difference from the world shows and the European shows are that at the intro, a homeless man tours through the crowd, the pre-show music stops and the sounds of channel surfing can be heard. When the homeless man reaches the stage, the climax of the movie Spartacus is played. A spotlight shines on him and his cart as the sounds of the slaves each claiming to be Spartacus are heard. After which, the man throws "Pink" onto the stage. For the European shows, the homeless man is replaced with two "soldiers", bearing the crossed hammer uniform, who bring the "Pink" puppet onto the stage and hold him throughout the Spartacus clip, before dumping him on the ground and marching off the stage. The Wall album is played in its entirety, as well as two songs not in the original release—"What Shall We Do Now?" and "The Last Few Bricks"—both of which were also played at every concert during The Wall Tour in 1980--1981, and documented on the album Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980--81, released in 2000. "One of My Turns", "Don't Leave Me Now" and "Run Like Hell" are all transposed one key down to accommodate Waters' vocal range. A change was made in the setlist from the Berlin 16 June 2011 show onward, when Waters added an acoustic ...
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