Roger Waters - The Wall Tour DVD/ Blu-ray

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Roger Waters - The Wall Tour DVD/ Blu-ray

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This thread is to discuss Roger Waters - The Wall Tour DVD

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1 Missing Presume Dead
2 On The Road
3 In The Flesh?
4 The Thin Ice
5 Another Brick In The Wall Part 1
6 The Happiest Day Of Our Lives
7 Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
8 Ballad Of The Jean Charles De Menezes
9 Mother
10 Findind Georges Henry
11 Goodbye Blue Sky
12 Empty Spaces
13 What Shall We Do Now
14 Young Lust
15 One Of My Turns
16 Don't Leave Me Now
17 Struck By Lightning
18 Refuge Flashback
19 Another Brick In The Wall Part 3
20 Last Few Bricks
21 Goodbye Cruel World
22 One For The Road
23 Hey You
24 Is Ther Anybody Out There ?
25 Nobody Home
26 ...Ever
27 Vera
28 Bring The Boys Back Home
29 Anzio Beach
30 Comfortably Numb
31 The Show Must Go On
32 In The Flesh
33 Run Like Hell
34 Waiting For The Worms
35 Stop
36 The Trial
37 The End Of The World
38 Outside The Wall
39 Credits
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BONUS-1 Times Lapses
BONUS-2 Une Visite Chez Frank Thompson
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Overall very good, excellent picture quality, good sound and absorbing. There are so many versions of The Wall plus several variants of this DVD/Blu-ray collection ... my visually similar Blu-ray 'red box' also contains Time Lapses, Driving, the Facebook films plus 'Comfortably Numb' with David and 'Outside The Wall' with David and Nick from the one-off O2 performance. The SDE has five discs with, I recall, even more.
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I loved seeing it on the big screen. Some really moving audience shots. It's hilarious that woman who loses it before Another Brick In The Wall Part 2. The inserts aren't as jarring as claimed. It's still a concert film with travelogues. A travelogue film with concert scenes would be horrible.
Really love the end credits. Would even pick it over Pink Floyd The Wall in both Movie and Is There Anybody Out There?

EDIT: Seriously! If Floyd's The Wall shows had audience shots, you'd see "They aren't playing Money?" being mouthed. I spoke to someone once who was an audience member!
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Jimi Dean Barrett wrote: Sun Apr 19, 2020 12:03 pm ... If Floyd's The Wall shows had audience shots, you'd see "They aren't playing Money?" being mouthed. I spoke to someone once who was an audience member!
The track 'Money' did not form part of the Pink Floyd 'The Wall' shows ... ](*,)
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twcc wrote: Sun Apr 19, 2020 1:05 pm
Jimi Dean Barrett wrote: Sun Apr 19, 2020 12:03 pm ... If Floyd's The Wall shows had audience shots, you'd see "They aren't playing Money?" being mouthed. I spoke to someone once who was an audience member!
The track 'Money' did not form part of the Pink Floyd 'The Wall' shows ... ](*,)
Well, there is a certain connection between Money and The Wall. 8)

Poems everybody!.....money gets back, i'm all right jack, keep your hands off my stack.

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^^^
Well done, I give you that ... :-;
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twcc wrote: Sun Apr 19, 2020 1:05 pm
Jimi Dean Barrett wrote: Sun Apr 19, 2020 12:03 pm ... If Floyd's The Wall shows had audience shots, you'd see "They aren't playing Money?" being mouthed. I spoke to someone once who was an audience member!
The track 'Money' did not form part of the Pink Floyd 'The Wall' shows ... ](*,)
Well it did explain why I laughed out loud when they told me that. (They enjoyed the show, but seriously expect stuff like Money etc)
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His roadtrip in the film starts at his house in Hampshire, which is where my grandfather was stationed from January until June of 1944, as part of Operation Bolero prior to D-Day...by which I mean the house that Roger now owns is where the officers slept (my grandfather included), and the U.S. Army camp was built next to it. The nearby cricket field was turned into their rifle range! I believe the house also appears in the Ca Ira documentary, but I haven't seen it.