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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • David Gilmour
  • 1984-07-06
  • Lakeland
  • The Civic Center
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Lakeland
  • FL
  • USA
  • SHN
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  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Excellent
  • logansdad
  • 30th of August 2008
  • Taper
  • Unknown
					
  • David Gilmour Lakeland Label: - Catalogue number: - CD1: Until We Sleep (7:31) You Know I'm Right (6:07) Love On The Air (6:16) Mihalis (10:45) Cruise (8:47) Short And Sweet (8:48) Money (12:45) CD2: Out Of The Blue (4:20) Let's Get Metaphysical (6:37) You Know I'm Right (7:20) Run Like Hell (8:55) Blue Light (10:28) Murder (10:40) Near The End(11:55) Comfortably Numb (9:33) Running length: 130 min 54 sec Source: unknown > cdr Quality: EX- Comments: All tracks: The Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida, USA. July 6th, 1984. Until We Sleep > You Know I'm Right [MICK: Thank you. Good evening.] [DAVID: Good evening. Hello out there. [...] Hehehe. Right I think so, that was, what was that? [...] rains. This is a song called 'Love On The Air'.] Love On The Air [DAVID: Thank you. That was 'Love On The Air', written by Mr. Pete Townshend. Right, we're gonna do a song from my first soloalbum now, this one is an instrumental called 'Mihalis'.] Mihalis [MICK: Very nice [...]] [DAVID: Thank you.] Cruise [MICK: Let me hear you say yes.] [DAVID: [...] you got to.] [MICK: This is Arthur Cruise ladies and gentlemen. Here's another song. 'Short And Sweet'.] Short And Sweet [MICK: 'Short And Sweet'.] [DAVID: Right, how are we doing? Keep on crying.] [MICK: [...] are you ready? For an old one?] [DAVID: [...] nice old one here. How old?] Money >< [MICK: Hey! Allright!] [DAVID: Thank you. Right.] Out Of The Blue [DAVID: Thank you.] Let's Get Metaphysical >< [DAVID: Thank you. Whoo. That was 'Let's Get Metaphysical' by [...]. Now we're gonna carry on with another one from the album. The song's called 'You Know I'm Right'.] You Know I'm Right [MICK: Yeah, how do it go? Enjoying so far?] [DAVID: [...]] [MICK: Something to do with rock'n'roll I think. [...] Ok.] [DAVID: Right. Sorry about the delay. [...] Are you ready now? Are you sitting comfortably?] Run Like Hell [RAFF: Not bad ehh? Are you having a good time? Or are you having a really good time? What can I say? Here's another number off Dave's last album called 'Blue Light'.] Blue Light [GUY: Ohh. Yeah! [DAVID: Thank you very much, that was 'Blue Light'. You probably recognise that. Right, I'll introduce you to my little ensemble here, [...] I'll start off with off in the absence of our lovely percussion player. [...] Oh dear, anyway, we'll start with on the drums Christopher Slade. And on the bassguitar Mickey Feat. On guitar, the almost more than legendary, Mick Ralphs. On the keyboards all the way from Canada, Gregg Dechart. And last but not least Raphael Ravenscroft on the saxophone.] [RAFF: Thanks.] [MICK: Comeon give a hand for David Gilmour. There he is!] [DAVID: Right. We'll have to leave so we're gonna finish off with a song from the album, this one's called 'Murder'.] Murder [DAVID: Thanks alot. Thank you again. Thanks for coming.] >< [DAVID: Thank you. Whoo.[...] Thank you very much. [...] Right, this one starts very, very quietly.] Near The End [DAVID: Mick Ralphs on the guitar.] Comfortably Numb Band: David Gilmour (guitar, vocals) Gregg Dechart (keyboards) Mickey Feat (bass, vocals) Mick Ralphs (guitar, vocals) Raff Ravenscroft (saxophones) Chris Slade (drums, percussion) Other info: After the shows in California, the band took a week off during which the percussionist, Jodi Linscott, injured herself in a motorcycle accident. Some extra dates had been added to the tour (Florida and the east coast), so they had to do them without her. It was durning this period that Chris Slade showed his excellence on the drums. The power of his drumming was incredible. To me, he was the nicest surprise of the tour. At the end of the tour, when they went back to New York for a few shows there, they added Sid Evans on percussion. Taken from: Amazing Pudding, issue #12, 1985