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5 juin 2006 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 5 juin 2006
  • Date de sortie: 5 juin 2006
  • Label: Parlophone UK
  • Copyright: 2006 David Gilmour Music Ltd under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd. This label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved. (C) 2006 Parlophone Records Ltd
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  • ASIN: B002Q2DC32
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Just Superb!!! 20 octobre 2007
Par sfchillout - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The only reason the track "Island Jam" is NOT on his fabulous recent solo album is just because it may not blend in with the general sound of the album. The real pearl of this cd single is of course Island Jam. Just get it. A truely unforgetable piece of music writing and musical expression as only Dave Gilmour knows how....a real pearler!!!
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a great tape 28 novembre 2012
Par dr.j waterfield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
a very rare and unusual tape promoting the new alblum before its release... wish i could find others as good
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Adequate 1 avril 2008
Par Average Bear - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I own all Gilmour solo cd's, and they are all very hit and miss. At best, he occasionally has moments that come close to his better moments of the Waters-less Floyd, but those are very rare, such as the song on About Face - Near The End. I think his stuff with Floyd (without Waters) is much better than his solo stuff because of producer Bob Ezrin. Ezrin is an incredible producer.

My opinion is this: Gilmour is by far at his best with Roger Waters in Pink Floyd. Second best is Waters-less Pink Floyd, and lastly his own solo work.

The man is outrageously talented but his gift is playing and singing. Roger is unbelievably gifted with writing- one of the best ever, and his singing is great. If only everyone could humble themselves and share their God-given gifts to make a stronger whole.

I must strongly disagree with the person who said Gilmour's solo stuff is better than Roger Waters. Pros & Cons Of Hitchiking for me is up there with the very best of Floyd. Then he steadily goes downward but I still enjoy Radio Kaos and Amused To Death much better than the best of solo Gilmour. But Roger too is several layers better with Gilmour and Floyd.

These are my thoughts on The Music. I respect and admire them both tremendously and could care less about choosing sides...
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David vs. Roger 17 août 2008
Par MsGilmour - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I agree with Lenny for the most part. I think that David and Roger did need each other in the beginning and although I've been a David fan from the git-go (given the David vs. Roger scenario), I wouldn't say he's got the best solo albums.

Amused to Death is an incredible work of art! Have you ever listened to it -- I mean r-e-a-l-l-y listened to it from beginning to end and understood the message? The message, prophesy, whatever you want to call it, is very real. This species truly has "amused itself to death!"

Also, if you haven't heard it yet, listen to "Towers of Faith" on his Flickering Flame CD, in which he refers to the business man in the World Trade Center (this was before 9/11), saying he doesn't care about the desert sands or who owns the land, his sole interest is the "hydrocarbons underneath".

Roger has a story to tell and I've always thought of him as kind of an "in-your-face" kinda guy, but he does make a point and maybe sometimes we do need to be grabbed by the shoulders and shaken up a bit so we'll stop putting our heads in the sand, listen to what others have to say, and take heed to warnings!

David, on the other hand, who has always been my main man, is more subtle, seemingly softer, sweet and tender. But as far as solo albums go, I can't honestly say David's are better than Roger's. I think it's just a matter of indiviual preference.

I agree that Roger was a hot head ("old grumpy guts," as David referred to him in an interview - LOL) but I believe he's mellowed with age. Maybe freeing himself from the Floyd was what he needed -- indeed, what both of them needed -- in order to satisfy their souls and better express themselves as individuals. Both of them are artistic geniuses in their own right.
Five Stars 7 novembre 2014
Par Hidenori Takahashi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
very nice item!
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