Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

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Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

Post by drafsack » Sun Aug 28, 2011 2:26 pm

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Basic track listing
Signs of Life
Yet Another Movie
Sorrow
One Slip
Run Like Hell (live)
Country Theme
Small Theme
Big Theme
Carrera Slow Blues
Mexico '78
Pan Am Shuffle

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Re: Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

Post by Stephen » Sun Aug 28, 2011 9:17 pm

It's a bit boring.

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Re: Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

Post by drafsack » Mon Aug 29, 2011 10:22 am

Yeh it is - the most interesting bit is when steve o'rourk drives off a cliff - and you don't even see that.

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Re: Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

Post by Jack Wolf » Mon Aug 29, 2011 12:50 pm

Look at the bright side, at least they never made a video for NASCAR!

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Re: Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

Post by Morty » Sat Nov 15, 2014 10:51 pm

I watched this once, still got the VHS and this is what it is. Was a pretty big deal when it came, since this was all new Floyd songs. But yeah, it was just a video thing.

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Re: Pink Floyd – La Carrera Pana video

Post by whackystrings » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:14 pm

At the time it was released, I was excited more about the prospect of new recordings where it seemed that Mason and Wright were a bigger part of.

At that point, the foundation of post-Waters Floyd was AMLOR and their world tour. We didn't know at that point if AMLOR was their swan song (some wished it was!). The soundtrack pieces convinced me that it wasn't so difficult for the boys to collaborate in the studio for more releases.

It was also cool to hear our fav guitarist/vocalist and drummer talk about non-Floydian interests.

Hey, it was only meant to be a documentary.