Gilmour’s solo tour has been filled with rarities and surprises for Pink Floyd fans.
Incredible Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour is by all accounts having a great time on his most recent solo visit, cleaning off melodies that he hasn’t performed live in more than two decades. Back in June he treated Polish fans to his first execution of “One of These Days” in 22 years, however the genuine firecrackers came when Gilmour came back to Pompeii a week ago. Performing 45 years after Pink Floyd initially went to the old Roman amphitheater, Gilmour littered his set with rarities, for example, “One of These Days” and The Dark Side of the Moon cut “The Great Gig in the Sky“.
1- David Gilmour – Comfortably Numb Live at Pompeii
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The song has become an established favourite, and an essential part of any live set by Pink Floyd, and also by Waters and Gilmour during their respective solo careers.
To my mind.. this song is the signature of any live concert of Pink Floyd.. to tell you the truth. . I prefer the Gilmour’s version more than Waters’ one.. because I love originality. . And I believe that the original music of Pink Floyd is performed by David..