Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by jambo » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:26 pm

Apart from the repeating bits of Great Gig that were deliberately repetitive, I actually really liked the proper singing parts, even the Bryan Chambers part.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by raisemyrent » Sun Oct 01, 2017 10:19 pm

Thank you for the reply twcc.
It seems hard to find in Canada too. Haven’t tried record stores yet. No online inventory checking lol
Even amazon has it shipping in a few weeks.
Looks like my dream of the last night at the Albert hall (at least comfortably numb) is not happening. For now anyway. Last time, he released the Albert hall night on dvd and then the special venue one. This time it might be no Albert hall or the other way around (one can only hope). Cumberbatch is a high profile guest but I wish they’d included the last night, as the solo was outstanding. And it might be the last performance by Gilmour ever.
Anyway, +1 in the great gig. The version is great. I do think that on earlier shows, the 3 part harmony was a bit reduced at the beginning, and with less repetition. Unfortunately, this Pompeii version I do not think captures the magic of the live versions we were privy too in England. It reminds me a bit of the mess Roger’s singers make of it actually. Perhaps that’s why it has a negative connotation for me (those singers are awful).
Not really looking forward to a Roger show in less than a month. Looking forward to this Blu-ray but now I really want video for one of the shows I attended (seems like all I get is the cunberbatch one).
Any more detailed reviews of the extras? Seems many of us saw most of the show in theatres

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by twcc » Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:14 pm

The Amazon UK listing for the Deluxe edition is shown as 'in stock' and is intriguing as discs 1 and 2 are presumably the CD ie just audio and discs 3 and 4 are Blu-ray (region A, B and C compatible) but the listing includes a large number of extra tracks and more documentaries than those shown on the back of the packaging.

For more details, the Amazon UK product can be found here -

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Live-At-Pompei ... 086&sr=8-1

If this doesn't work for overseas readers, I'm guessing Amazon may default to your own territory, then try a search for the ASIN ie B073ZYKLLG

If that fails here's a grab -

Disc: 1
1. 5 A.M.
2. Rattle That Lock
3. Faces of Stone
4. What Do You Want From Me
5. The Blue
6. The Great Gig in the Sky
7. A Boat Lies Waiting
8. Wish You Were Here
9. Money
10. In Any Tongue
11. High Hopes
12. One of These Days

Disc: 2
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5)
2. Fat Old Sun
3. Coming Back to Life
4. On an Island
5. Today
6. Sorrow
7. Run Like Hell
8. Time / Breathe (In The Air) (reprise)
9. Comfortably Numb

Disc: 3
1. 5 A.M.
2. Rattle That Lock
3. Faces of Stone
4. What Do You Want From Me
5. The Blue
6. The Great Gig in the Sky
7. A Boat Lies Waiting
8. Wish You Were Here
9. Money
10. In Any Tongue
11. High Hopes
12. One of These Days
13. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5)
14. Fat Old Sun
15. Coming Back to Life
16. On an Island
17. Today
18. Sorrow
19. Run Like Hell
20. Time / Breathe (In The Air) (reprise)
21. Comfortably Numb
22. Beauty
23. 5 A.M.
24. Rattle That Lock
25. Faces of Stone
26. What Do You Want From Me
27. The Blue
28. The Great Gig in the Sky
29. A Boat Lies Waiting
30. Wish You Were Here
31. Money
32. In Any Tongue
33. High Hopes
34. One of These Days
35. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5)
36. Fat Old Sun
37. Coming Back to Life
38. On an Island
39. Today
40. Sorrow
41. Run Like Hell
42. Time / Breathe (In The Air) (reprise)
43. Comfortably Numb
44. Beauty
45. Pompeii Then And Now Doc

Disc: 4
1. Astronomy Domine
2. Us And Them
3. Today
4. Time / Breathe (In The Air) (reprise)
5. Comfortably Numb
6. 5 A.M.
7. Rattle That Lock
8. Dancing Right In Front of Me
9. The Girl In The Yellow Dress
10. In Any Tongue
11. Astronomy Domine
12. Us And Them
13. Today
14. Time / Breathe (In The Air) (reprise)
15. Comfortably Numb
16. 5 A.M.
17. Rattle That Lock
18. Dancing Right In Front of Me
19. The Girl In The Yellow Dress
20. In Any Tongue
21. Europe 2015
22. South America 2016
23. North America 2016
24. Europe 2016
25. David Gilmour: Wider Horizons

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by raisemyrent » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:04 am

Thanks again. I have a feeling that the Canadian release date is later in October. For the deluxe anyway. I’ll maybe try record stores this week. Don’t feel Like placing a future order online (both Us and CA amazon have it shipping later).
The track listing seems to double up the songs for Wroclaw and South America. Either they’re alternate versions (doubt it), or it’s a typo, or they’re the same video but different audio format or something like that.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by learningtofly » Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:44 am

Watched most of it now……a fine record of the event. The CN solo is fairly long and satisfying to my ears, I wondered for those at the RAH 2016 how it compared.
Was wondering additionally, whether any of the bonus blu ray material might be released separately at some point. the last tour had RAH and Gdansk released in full in various formats.

A full south American show for example would round things off nicely, clearly the shows were filmed professionally so would make sense.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by Timbero » Fri Oct 06, 2017 6:41 pm

learningtofly wrote:Watched most of it now……a fine record of the event. The CN solo is fairly long and satisfying to my ears, I wondered for those at the RAH 2016 how it compared.
Was wondering additionally, whether any of the bonus blu ray material might be released separately at some point. the last tour had RAH and Gdansk released in full in various formats.

A full south American show, for example, would round things off nicely, clearly the shows were filmed professionally so would make sense.

The shows in South America, were filmed in different countries?
If so, is there material from Argentina?...

Sorry for my language, I can't speak English. I use an online translator

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by vizor » Sat Oct 07, 2017 9:12 am

CN solo.

Makes you want to work harder.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by Jimi Dean Barrett » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:34 pm

In at number 3, TDSOTM just clinging on above the bottom 100. http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/
Number three on the physical charts but TDSOTM number 67 on that chart http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/ph ... ums-chart/

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by twcc » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:53 pm

^^^
OFF TOPIC -

DSOTM is listed as 508 weeks ... really. DSOTM is shown as a RHINO release ... most odd, none of my copies are on RHINO.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by Jimi Dean Barrett » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:48 pm

twcc wrote:^^^
OFF TOPIC -

DSOTM is listed as 508 weeks ... really. DSOTM is shown as a RHINO release ... most odd, none of my copies are on RHINO.

:-;
I know! I don't know how but the band seem to have been cheated on the charts with that Rhino label.
It never left the charts since its release!

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by twcc » Sun Oct 08, 2017 11:04 pm

^^^
I have e-mailed Chris Austin at the Official Charts ... I will post the reply if he/she replies

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by twcc » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:27 pm

OFF TOPIC -
Jimi Dean Barrett wrote: ... It never left the charts since its release!
Here's the official response from the UK Official Charts Company -
The Dark Side of The Moon was released in 1973 on Harvest Records, a Division of Capitol Records

Rights to this release are now controlled by Rhino, part of the Warner Music Group. The chart reflects ownership of a release at the time of chart publication

The 508 weeks on chart does include all appearances on the album in the Official Albums Chart

Many thanks

Chris Austin
Head of Operations

Official Charts Company
Riverside Building
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7JA
For info, 933 weeks on the USA Billboard chart and around 1,900 weeks have elapsed since the initial release in March 1973.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by Jimi Dean Barrett » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:22 pm

twcc wrote:OFF TOPIC -
Jimi Dean Barrett wrote: ... It never left the charts since its release!
Here's the official response from the UK Official Charts Company -
The Dark Side of The Moon was released in 1973 on Harvest Records, a Division of Capitol Records

Rights to this release are now controlled by Rhino, part of the Warner Music Group. The chart reflects ownership of a release at the time of chart publication

The 508 weeks on chart does include all appearances on the album in the Official Albums Chart

Many thanks

Chris Austin
Head of Operations

Official Charts Company
Riverside Building
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7JA
For info, 933 weeks on the USA Billboard chart and around 1,900 weeks have elapsed since the initial release in March 1973.

:-;

Fantastic!
Well they have stopped charting the sales for it as TDSOTM is out of the charts!
The album topic has fallen to 21.
Surprised the posthumous sales haven't taken off for Tom Petty.
http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by Yucateco » Thu Nov 02, 2017 3:46 pm

Very nice concert, brilliant sound and venue and some very nice new versions of songs we haven´t heard a long time (Sorrow, What do you want from me?). But I am getting so tired of the extremely dull shows of Gilmour. Looking at One of these days or Run like Hell for example the lights are so uninspiring, just randomly spinning spotlights, the same we have seen since 87 from him. I very much prefer the Waters versions with reduced lights and focusing on the projections, makes it much more interesting to watch a concert. Imagine the spectacle of the latest Waters tours with Gilmour playing guitar and singing his parts, it would be perfect.

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Re: Live at Pompeii CD, Vinyl, DVD, Bluray & Deluxe in 2017

Post by raisemyrent » Tue Nov 07, 2017 3:23 am

It’s here! That was quite wait from amazon. I guess it wasn’t really in stock.

Anyone know how to find the version with BC at the Royal Albert Hall? I’m confused... still working through every title...