Pink Floyd..........when?

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  1. Billy Fogerty

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    Is there any word at all if Delicate Sound of Thunder and Pulse will ever be released on dvd? These would be outstanding if mixed in dts. I have the ld's of these, but the dvds would be great. Would love to know if anyone has any info.
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    I would love to have a 5.1 version of Delicate Sound of Thunder that is anamorphic.

    That is an amazing concert album.
     
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    What? No mention of "At Pompei". I would love a good DVD copy of that one. How about the option to watch either the short or long versions as well? (The short version is just the performance with the "in the studi0" stuff edited out).

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  7. Ted Todorov

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    What about More, The Valley (Obscured by Clouds) & Zabriskie Point -- the three films with Pink Floyd soundtracks. When are they coming out on DVD?
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    Don't pass up the Roger Waters In the Flesh concert DVD. Good covers of some Pink Floyd classics
     
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    I'm a fan of Momentary-era Floyd, but I'd probably only buy Pompeii.

    BTW, what are the Floyd up to right now? Any new albums from them or Dave due soon?
     
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    Funny how you can find 'stuff' on VCD but not DVD.
    Very frustrating!
     
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    Put me down for Pompeii as well. I still have my LD, but no LD player anymore. [​IMG] Ever since DVD has come out, I've kept my eyes peeled and my ears perked for any hint of Pompeii, but nooooo, there has not been any word whatsoever. I sure wish somebody would step up to the plate, claim the title, and put the dang thing out. Last thing I know is that Polygram Music had it. Polygram feature properties went to one of the majors a while back, MGM I think, but then, who knows who got the music properties. -sigh- it sucks that we don't even know who to pester to release the damned thing. Sorry for the bad attitude, but I've been waiting forever for this title. [​IMG]
     
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    According to various fan sites there is no new Pink Floyd due any time soon, they aren't working on anything.
     
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    I wouldn't mind him doing a solo album if it was as good as the first one. I hope he changes his mind about the whole thing, though.

    Didn't know there was a Pompeii LD. I'm going to have to keep an eye out for it.
     
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    Yeah his first solo album from 1978 was self-titled. (Pink Floyd had a lucrative contract which provided money for each band member to record solo albums if they wanted to.) About ten years ago I freaked when I heard a guitar lick from it in a Ford trucks commercial. Gilmour also borrowed something from himself, the first bit of guitar on "What Do You Want From Me" comes from a song on that first solo album.

    You want to know what I'd really like to have? Official DVD-A releases of the quad mix of Dark Side of the Moon and all their other albums that were mixed in quad.
     
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    Roger Waters - The writer of Pretty much all of the Floyd stuff from DarkSide to Final Cut is still going strong:

    An amazing DVD of his latest live concert blows all the Floyd live concerts out of the water - "IN THE FLESH" 16/9 5.1 awesome setlist and behind the scenes bits!! Buy it!!

    He has also just released "Flickering Flame" a best of the solo years CD - that includes 4 "New" or rare songs - plus - he has a new studio rock/concept album out this year and a classical/opera album out 2003!!

    Now, which ones Pink?

    Rich
     
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    DG too old, huh? Roger Waters looked in fine form on the IN THE FLESH concert DVD! Maybe Pink Floyd ought to strip things down concert-wise like Waters did, concetrating on the songs rather than cramming another laser show into the mix. While I enjoyed Pink Floyd the last time they were in my area (a LONG time ago!), Roger Waters simple stage presentation was better on the IN THE FLESH tour.
     
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