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Post Sat Jul 02, 2005 10:33 pm

Live 8

only one set to go before the Floyd are on !!!


what are your highlights of this then ?????


velvet revolver were great, even our robbie did a good job !!!
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Post Sat Jul 02, 2005 10:40 pm

ye it's been good, been watching it all day......decided to have the day off

annie lennox was brill...and vr and u2 but my fave is green day :D and just seen a surprise another fave......georgie boy (george michael) :love: :love:

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Post Sat Jul 02, 2005 10:56 pm

Been out at a party and just come in

Waiting for the legendary Pink Floyd
On in a bit I understand

Just seen Pete Townsend - The Who - Great
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Post Sat Jul 02, 2005 11:30 pm

Well it was absolutely mind blowing
Pink Floyd after all these years still able to deliver
Fantastic stuff

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Post Sat Jul 02, 2005 11:31 pm

saw annie lennox what can I say saw the who and just watched pink flyod i am in a back place at the moment wiped out

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Post Sat Jul 02, 2005 11:36 pm

last time I saw Pink Floyd live was lots of years ago at I think Knebworth
that was also mind blowing wasn't it good to see all the old peeps still doing it . who is the best drummer in the world ??

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:05 am

What about Robbie, does that man know how to work an audience or what ?

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:06 am

spect he doe's but not for me :roll:
he's quite nice though

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:21 am

Pink Floyd were just a different league to everyone else! I doubt we'll ever get artistry like that again in music.
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:25 am

big G wrote:Pink Floyd were just a different league to everyone else! I doubt we'll ever get artistry like that again in music.



totally agree :wink:


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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:26 am

I think everyone was fab ..... listening to BonJovi now ... I like them ..... can you all hear me singing???

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:41 am

Cant hear you in moreton in marsh and thats not too far away !
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:44 am

Phil ... just count yourself lucky that you were spared any ear damage!!

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:47 am

Its only abit down the road in gloucestershire near chipping campden, bourton on the water and other such "touristy" places

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:49 am

Watched it myself, madonna was great, but the robster did it again, the crowd loved him, and so does my 2 year old daughter, dancing round the living room like a good un. He used to live just up the road from where I am now, so she has been brought up with his music. Pink floyd were fab but wont say to much it will show my age.
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:51 am

Oh I see not too far away then ... well if ever you pass by us .... feel free to pop in and have a cuppa :D
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:52 am

Didn't see maddona, heard it on the radio travelling home from work, was she good ?

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 2:16 am

THE FLOYD rocked, head and shoulder over everyone else, i'f i'd been Macca i'd've thrown he towel in and sent floyd back out !!

if they dont do another tour after that performance then i dnt know !


if they never do, those few short songs will go down in history as the best ever set of all time !!!!

the who were cool, never really listened to them before,

but back to floyd...... special arrangements were neccessary.......

i turned off the lights, put the armchair n the middle of the room, finished my weetabix (sudden hunger overtook me for some reason, chocolate ran out quick !!!!) and sat and watched in the dark, amazing beyond words !


i had the tv on max vol, aswell as the surround sound (150w) on full, as cumfortably numb finished and wound up i heard a shouting and thumping a the door, it was my upstairs neighbour, i thought i was gonna get a bollocking and get thumped, he was just pi... annoyed.... cos i didnt hear the door to let him in, mine was louder than his upstairs and he wanted to come in !!!!


i did think it nice of The Floyd to put on such a good array of support bands for their 're-union concert' :D
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:09 am

nice story.. lets say mine was pretty loud too. First real taster of Pink Floyd for me, it was good. Most of the concerts certainly rocked, great to see.

Now I wonder when they make the DVD, will it be free? :roll:
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:35 am

lol, not likely Dave !


CAT, floyd is timeless, you'd not be showing your age. incase you hadn't al already guessed, i'm kind of a floyd fan, bordering on anorak some might say !! my kids have grown with it and my 9 and 12 yr olds love coming to tribute shows with me, the Roger Waters concert i saw in '02 had people there from 8 to 80 !!

it spans the generations, listen to the lyrics in 'dark side of the moon', 'The wall', 'The Final Cut' and Division Bell'. it's everyday stuff, but said how it is, the sides we know are true but keep hidden away !


anyway, sorry, this isnt just a floyd thread !!!


the Who were good !

i'll get me coat !
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:38 am

Hugh, I managed to catch Pink Floyd & honest the first person I thought of was you. Thanks to this thread I turned on the TV. Didn't get to watch it very long, had to go out to the redneck neighbor's to watch fireworks.
But I did enjoy them & I'm sad that I missed U2, REM, and Thw Who.
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:43 am

Still purring from Pink Floyd`s performance. Watched it again this morning twice.

How good was it to see Roger Waters back?.

Gilmour still owns that guitar.

Tour dammit, Tour!.
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:53 am

it has just started on here now, but we are only getting highlights :cry:
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 12:27 pm

I managed to watch nearly all of it, superb.
Best bits for me were U2, REM, and Robbie Williams, absolutely awesome
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 1:29 pm

watched most of it waiting for Floyd
the who were great u2 some great live performances cant understand the appeal of Joss stone nice to look at
slash awesome and then floyd amazing
turned the grand prix off and now watching la carrera panamericana
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 2:03 pm

I don't really like Joss Stone, however her home town is 15 miles away from me and for the west country thats rare!

She did okay though.

First time I seen Velvet Revolver and noticed the front man dancing a bit like Axle! Strange that.
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 2:09 pm

Pink Floyd were absolutely AWESOME.

Brought back memories of The Wall concerts in 80' and 81', good to see Mr Waters back.

The Who also did it for me and Madge who always seems to come up with a spectacular show.

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 4:20 pm

I never got to see it...never mind....i only like The Bay City Rollers

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 8:21 pm

fredthelad wrote:i only like The Bay City Rollers


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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 8:24 pm

I didnt see it but signed up 3 skip/bins with supplying companies name as an urgent job on Friday Afternoon, paint was still tacky on them

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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:15 pm

WHAT ABOUT THE MESS!! :o

all right bringing attention to poverty, but the environment looked like it got a battering.

How many tons of rubbish was just left on the ground when every left?
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Post Sun Jul 03, 2005 11:21 pm

who cares ..... FLOYD played live together again !!!!!!



:oops: :D

i'll add that it kept the cleaner uppers off the poverty line for another day :oops:
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:49 am

I only saw a few bits over the weekend.

The highlight for me was some fellow called "Snoopy the dog" or something. I'm not really sure if he was called "Snoopy" - even he didn't seem to know because he kept asking the audience what was his name.

And to think the likes of Roxy Music were relegated to 2nd division venues to let this pillock perform.

And why wasn't Cliff Richard there :-?

Never mind - they'll be another show in another 20 years time
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:52 am

I wonder how many of the millions that watched, were more interested in the concert, than what it stood for.

They are hailing it a success because of the millions that attended, labelling it as 'support for their cause', but the cynic in me says that it may not have been so much 'support' but an opportunity for a free concert!

Sorry to be so negative, but not a huge fan of wanna be politicians (geldof) that have all the answers, but none of the responsibility. Mugabee and all the other despots must be rubbing their hands with glee :evil:

Off my soap box now......
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 9:52 am

that is a big point of discussion in the mdia at the moment , Shane. but, eve if people were more interested in the music, has it not still raised awareness of 'why' the even was staged,

i'll be surprised if anyone who watched was too dumb to realise what it was about !
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 9:59 am

Drag-On wrote:that is a big point of discussion in the mdia at the moment , Shane. but, eve if people were more interested in the music, has it not still raised awareness of 'why' the even was staged,

i'll be surprised if anyone who watched was too dumb to realise what it was about !


I know what you say, but 'knowing what it is about' does not really equate to 'support' does it?

I think anyone who watches the news would be 'aware' of the plight of the poor, I just don't think a massive concert really changes things.

End of the day, the world can wipe of debt, but if the governement does not change, it will be the same ol' same ol'.

Just my views. Not meant to be offensive.

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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 10:46 am

Guys,

I remember the original Live Aid concert, blew my mind. The news report from Ethiopia, blew my mind. I would hasten to say it probably even changed my life. I think I only donated something like $50 at the time, that's all I could afford.

So I believe it's important to involve the youth of today ( whatever today you are talking about) in whatever way you can. The best way is music. Not news. Surely all of you of a similar age to me (40's and older) didn't rush in to watch the news with your folks of an evening. God no, Boring or what.

Todays kids are no different. given the right kind of stimuli they will realise, hopefully, what is inherantly wrong or right. Personally I think that's what Live Aid and Live 8 are all about. It may have a snowballs hope in Hell of making a difference in a country run by a complete Nazi but maybe the difference is made away from there and later on the ripples can spread.

OK OK so I hug trees too. So what, if it makes a difference - eventually. There is absolutely no way that all the problems are going to be solved instantly / in the next 5 / 10 / 15 years. So you have to sow the seeds.

I for one have great hopes that poverty will be wiped out eventually. I make bugger all out of what I do but I've got a shed to live in and a family who are alive and well and I can survive. I would expect that that should be the norm for everyone. And if Bob Geldof can get of his ( oh i swore ) and organise all this for whatever reason then I'll applaude his efforts 'cos in the end it can't fail but do good. Think about it, he doesn't have to do it. He's got enough money. He's succesfull. But he's seen something that he reckons he can get involved in and make a difference. Well more power to him, we should all think that way and maybe the world will eventually be a better place.

I'll get my coat (to quote a famous person!) :D
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 11:06 am

Of course, you are right scozzie, but it is not our youth that can do much about it. We need to get rid of the despots that choose to keep their youth in the dark, uneducated and poor, to make their job safer. But then we lower our standards to theirs - by forcing our views on them, just as the dictators do to their people.

No amount of debt reduction will fix anything while these men are in power. And that is what Geldof is preaching. His philosophy is that by wiping the slate clean it will help them on to the road to recovery. I don't see that, because recovery has to come from a change of attitude first.

I agree all youth should be aware of what is going on around them, but it should be impressed on our youth that are much younger. It should start with the parents, then the schools.

Education is the key. I like the quote 'Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.' (Malcolm Forbes)

It is more than money. It gets down to morality. The poor are poor because of greed and a lack of morality, from their own leaders. To blame the rest of the world for their poor state of economy is overly simplistic, but then it is easy for people like Geldof to sit back and be critical. That is the easiest job there is.

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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 11:25 am

I actually do think he's trying to help.

Put yourself in his position. He's got all the money he needs, presumably but would like to use his influence to change things. He's doing what he can.

If only everyone would do what they can then maybe something would get done. Maybe them in power would start to take notice and change the things that are not changeable by us mere mortals.

At least he's trying.

By the way I loved the quote. :D
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 11:45 am

Perhaps he may be better to help the poor, uneducated in his own country first?

I suppose we all try and help in our own little way, and I should respect him for that, but I am not a huge fan of anyone that encourages a riot mentality, or civil unrest. Too many innocents get hurt, and the radical element have too much say.

I guess he lost me when he asked the crowds to march on the G8 meeting to 'make their presence felt' and 'show the b*stards the world is watching'. I think they probably know that already...... :roll:

If society really wants change, they can vote them out of office in an orderly manner, thru the voting process. It is the democratic rule.

I am tired of people who, because they don't like the majority view, take their ball and play with new rules suited to their cause.

They are claiming on our news tonight that it was watched by 3-5 billion people. Geldof believes this was proof that people supported his action. I am not sure who dreamt up that figure, probably based on some statistic (There are lies, damned lies and statistics. - Mark Twain) but I am sure the greater number were more concerned about a free concert than debt relief.

You are right tho when you say that at least he was trying. Got to give him credit for something I suppose.

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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 6:59 pm

Lynn wrote: . who is the best drummer in the world ??

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Is that living or no longer with us?
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 7:05 pm

dex wrote: floyd amazing
turned the grand prix off and now watching la carrera panamericana
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Yeah I can see that coming out of the archives over the next couple of days. Put Division Bell in the car to go down to Santa Pod yesterday, excellent.

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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 7:10 pm

well shane, considering that Live8 was on so many TV and radio channels from 2pm - 12am, you couldn't escape it

it was great.. i watched most of it!
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 7:10 pm

I wonder how many people realise that the campaign to wipe out the debt owed by African nations was already on the agenda to be discussed at the G8 conference long before Live 8 was conceived. Gordon Brown and Tony Blair initiated this campaign and it would have been discussed regardless of whether there was a Live 8 concert or not. (I should say I'm no fan of Blair or Brown - but this was instigated by the labour party. Should it be successful - no doubt Bob Geldof will be Beatified having latched onto this worthy cause)
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 7:15 pm

Red Dragon

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think he was called Chester Thompson - Genesis - thou my head herts
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:21 pm

My feet are still caning me from standing up through it all.
It was a great day in Hyde park, the sun came out towards the end of the day and we had a beautiful sunset.
the bands were all brilliant on the day, The Stereophonics did a great gig, The Who, Pink Floyd, Razorlight were all great.
The man who stole the show was Robbie Williams. l'm not a big fan of his but when he played "Let Me Entertain You" every single person in there (all 200,000 people) bounced and threw their arms in the air, it was an awesome sight.
Great day, great venue, great sound, great concert.

The best part about the whole day was when Bob Geldof introduced the young girl who was ten minutes from death when doctors examined her all those years ago. She looked a picture of health, l have to admit that l had a tear in my eye. It was extremely emotional.
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:33 pm

it sounded great, I watched it all day long.

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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:34 pm

Red Dragon:
Dug out A Momentary Lapse of Reason and Wish you were here earlier today


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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 8:35 pm

Went to a classical last night of the proms type thing at leeds castle so luckily I missed the whole live 8 thing :D

If they wipe out the third world debt does that mean they will consider wiping out my motgage as well coz im needy(?)

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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 9:22 pm

Next time they are doing a series for "Grumpy Old Men" l'll put your name forward John!
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 10:39 pm

rightsigns wrote: Should it be successful - no doubt Bob Geldof will be Beatified having latched onto this worthy cause)


You're right Phil. Geldof will claim victory for sure.

Well said.

I should say I am not fan of any politics, but the geldofs of the world really annoy me with their grandstanding sometimes
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 10:48 pm

Shane,
I have to agree by doing what he's done (great in a way) he's taken the focus of more of the main issues that affect us all mainly on our own door steps. I suppose in a way he's saying the poverty in our own countries are insignificant.

Lynn :)

edited to add a p.s.

with the wealth all those guys had on stage and behind it they could wipe out world poverty tomorrow (!)
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Post Mon Jul 04, 2005 11:47 pm

I was dissapointed to hear an interview with some bloke from the "Pink Floyd".

Turns out he's some really posh Geezer - very middle class and "English" whereas I was expecting a wild drug crazed hippy of some sort.

Contrary to what I believed in my younger years, I realise now of course that most succesful "pop" stars are actually middle class ex public schoolboys :roll: and not working class hero's like I always thought.

Even Brian Ferry (my childhood hero) turned out to be a social climbing twerp!
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Post Tue Jul 05, 2005 2:06 am

Lynn wrote:Shane,
I have to agree by doing what he's done (great in a way) he's taken the focus of more of the main issues that affect us all mainly on our own door steps. I suppose in a way he's saying the poverty in our own countries are insignificant.

Lynn :)

edited to add a p.s.

with the wealth all those guys had on stage and behind it they could wipe out world poverty tomorrow (!)


I wonder if Bill Gates will give a free copy of Windows XP and Office, for use on the government PC's in these poorer developing countries.

I think not. :o
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Post Tue Jul 05, 2005 8:21 am

Rightsigns..... Lol, pink floyd are as english as rhubarb and custard, spotted (oh i swore !), sunday roast, thatched cottages , and any other analogy you can think of !

always have been, even the old 68 video/interviews reveal that !


hey Red Dragon, nearly went to the pod yesterday, car twubbles tho :-( ! the drive always goes nicer with some floyd on the 8 track !

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