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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Roger Waters
  • 2002-05-29
  • Untitled
  • Olimpiski Arena
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  • Moscow
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  • Russia
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  • Fair
  • davebowman
  • 21st of April 2010
					
  • Artist: Roger Waters Title: Untitled Label: Unknown Location: Olimpiski Arena, Moscow, Russia Date: 29. May 2002 CD1: 01. In The Flesh 4:52 02. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives 1:41 03. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) 3:41 04. Mother 5:10 05. Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert 0:59 06. Southampton Dock 2:08 07. Pigs On The Wing (Part 1) 1:23 08. Dogs 16:15 09. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 7:02 10. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) 11:49 11. Welcome To The Machine 7:33 12. Wish You Were Here 5:15 13. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) 9:58 CD2: 01. Breathe 3:13 02. Time/Breathe (reprise) 6:24 03. Money 6:23 04. 5:06 AM (Every Stranger's Eyes) 5:11 05. Perfect Sense (Part 1) 4:27 06. Perfect Sense (Part 2) 2:54 07. The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range 4:40 08. It's A Miracle 7:52 09. Amused To Death 9:28 10. Brain Damage 3:59 11. Eclipse 3:33 12. Comfortably Numb 9:57 13. Flickering Flame 6:42 Total: 152:29 Source: unknown > cdr > eac > mkwact > shn Comments: Roger in Moscow. Some minor problems on Shine On (Parts 6-9), just when the vocals starts the sound skips a couple of times (7:21-7:27). I'm no expert in russian, but Rogers thank you in russian after the first set must be the worst pronounced 'spasiba' ever. Minor speedproblem on Welcome To The Machine, and again on The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range. Band: Roger Waters - vocals, bass, guitars Chester Kamen - guitars, vocals Snowy White - guitars Andy Fairweather Low - guitar, bass Harry Waters keyboards, guitar Andy Wallace - keyboards Graham Broad - drums Norbert Stachel - saxophones Katie Kissoon - vocals, percussion Carol Kenyon - vocals, percussion PP Arnold - vocals, percussion First set: ITF > THDOOL > ABITW2 > Mother [ROGER: Thank you. Welcome.] GYFHOMD > SD > POTW1 > Dogs > STCFTHOTS > SOYCD1-5 > WTTM > WYWH > SOYCD6-9 [ROGER: Spasiba. Thank you. We're gonna take a short break and then come back and do another set, see you in a few minutes.] Second set: Breathe > Time/B(R) > Money > 5:06 > PS1 > PS2 > TBOBOOR > IAM > ATD > Brain Damage > Eclipse [ROGER: Thank you so much. Thank you for coming to see us tonight. It's been a great pleasure to play for you. Thank you. I wanna introduce the band. On the drums Graham Broad, lead guitars Chester Kamen and Snowy White. Saxophones Norbert Stachel. The one and only Andy Fairweather Low. Vocals Katie Kissoon, PP Arnold and Carol Kenyon. Keyboards Harry Waters, Andy Wallace.] Comfortably Numb Encore: [ROGER: Thank you. Thank you again, thank you. We're gonna do one more song, it's a new song, it's a song about love and about freedom and it's called Flickering Flame. Thank you for coming tonight.] Flickering Flame Review: Last night I attended Roger's second show in Russia on the In the Flesh 2002 tour at Olympisky Stadium here in Moscow. Olympisky is a huge indoor sports arena, although it was divided in half for the show. Holding my relatively expensive ($150) VIP ticket, I had little trouble entering the venue on a beautiful spring day. Security was abundant, replete with metal detectors and plenty of interior ministry personnel. After grabbing a lemon-flavored drink, I sat down and checked out the scene. The show was well-attended, as I saw few empty spaces. There was a general admission area directly in front of the stage, but my section was located right behind and, more importantly, it had seats. This was key, as I would not have been able to stand for long. I am still battling a nasty cold, and even had to stay home from work just two days earlier. But nothing, and I mean NOTHING, was going to keep me from seeing this show. After all, I had originally planned on seeing Roger at Jones Beach in 1999, but unfortunately had to give up my tickets to return to my wife and young daughter in Moscow. So when I heard Roger would be coming to Russia, I couldn't believe my good luck. Thanks for giving me a second chance Roger! I'd rather not dwell on the setlist (standard) or the music (sublime), as others have done more than an adequate job. But certain parts of the visual show undoubtedly had a particular resonance for members of the audience. The first occurred as a photo from Roger's 1990 Wall show in Berlin was shown on the background curtain. It read "BRING THE BOYS BACK HOME" projected on the huge wall at Potzdammer Platz (ah yes... those photos brought back some vivid memories of being at that show - was it really twelve years ago?). In light of the ongoing war in Chechnya and the thousands of dead and wounded Russian soldiers, this phrase surely had special meaning for many. The second special moment was at the beginning of Southampton Dock, when Roger sang "Brezhnev took Afghanistan....". The third moment occurred during the beginning of Perfect Sense, when a huge submarine is shown on the screen. Many of you may remember the tragedy of the Kursk, a Russian nuclear sub that sank in the Barents Sea back in August 2000 after a faulty torpedo test. Incidentally, I noted that Roger's launch of a torpedo (actually two) was successful, and that the oil drilling rig took direct hits and was destroyed. The sound from where I was sitting was just superb, couldn't have been any better. Some of the best sound I've ever experienced at a concert in fact. The surround effects were wonderful, and the soundscape during the intermission had people looking all around the arena for birds, bees, dogs and other creatures (not to mention a tractor and a lawn mower). By the way, was this the same soundscape heard during the 1994 Floyd tour? In any event, the background projections were fantastic, and they seemed to complement the music perfectly. The pictures and short film clips of Syd and the early Floyd were a particular treat. The crowd was one of the most mature I have ever been around - it seemed that 75% of the people there were 30-50 years old. Not that I object mind you, as they were very well behaved. It was merely a change of pace from the usual raucus party scene you usually encounter at a "rock" concert. Or maybe I'm just used to attending concerts in the U.S. Anyway, I'm sure many in the crowd had never had a chance to see Roger or Pink Floyd for that matter, as the last year either performed in Russia was 1989. In sum, this show was very special for myself as well as many in the audience. There were several moments when I was chilled to the core by the wonderful music and the realization that I was in the presence of one of my all-time musical heroes. I hope the band enjoyed their visit to Moscow as much as we enjoyed watching and listening to them. Posted by Erik (edepoy@alfa-bank.com) May 30th 2002 Quality: EX- Overall: 7.5/10 *** KEEP THE SPIRIT OF TRADING ALIVE AND KEEP IT LOSSLESS. ENJOY! *** *** SHARE WHAT YOU DOWNLOAD ***