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David Gilmour: Remember That Night - Live At The Royal Albert Hall [Blu-ray]
David Gilmour Remember That Night - Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Actor: David Gilmour
Director: David Mallet
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2007     2hr 0min

Features a live version of On An Island, David's long-awaited third and best selling solo album, in its entirety, Pink Floyd classics, guest appearances from Crosby & Nash, Robert Wyatt as well as David Bowie on "Comfortab...  more »


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Actor: David Gilmour
Director: David Mallet
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, Gilmour, David
Studio: Sony BMG
Format: Blu-ray
DVD Release Date: 11/20/2007
Original Release Date: 11/20/2007
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 2hr 0min
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 9
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Movie Reviews

50% of Floyd is 100% great!
David Parker | burlington, vermont United States | 09/19/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Another reviewer mentioned that having Echoes here was worth the price of the DVD alone. I would agree, and add that having Wots..Uh the Deal also makes this worth the bucks. Too many of these songs he has done before ad infinitum (do we really need another take on Coming Back to Life or High Hopes??), but having this great track from my favorite Floyd album "Obscured By Clouds", is just great! Since that album is probably their least known (and certainly most underrated, in my book), it may serve to convince people to go back and see where this beautiful song came from. Other than that, great picture and sound, and a ton of extras (not to mention what must be 3 1/2 hours of music), makes this one a must-have! And I only paid $11.99!!!"
Two Words...
S. Kurtz | Almost Asbury Park | 09/20/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"...AbsolutelyPositively Stunning!

Try not to sit there in complete awe as Gilmour and his band (and a few guests) flawlessly execute the entire ON AN ISLAND album, as well as a goodly portion of PF material that will have you scratching your head and saying to yourself...Hmmm...Waters / Gilmour...Gilmour / Waters...

I was a bit skeptical of this offering initially, and having seen Roger Waters and HIS band back in June, I was prepared to accept Gilmour's show as "another" in their little back and forth.

But I realize, and happily, that there's more than enough room for the two of them, and you can never get enough great music, no matter who's interpreting it.

The full-length ECHOES alone is worth the cost of this package.

What does that tell ya?

And when rock royalty (Gilmour) invites Rock Royalty (David Bowie) in to feel a bit privileged just to be a part of the action.

A stunning package and a must-have for any David Gilmour or PF fan.

One thing that does puzzle me tho' is this...why does he virtually ignore the first two solo records...DAVID GILMOUR and ABOUT FACE?

I'd love to hear anything from either of those two albums.

BUT.........I ain't complaining...jessaskin'... all.

Gilmour Enjoying His Freedom
David S. Jenkins | On the Road | 10/23/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Literally worth five times the price and an equal in it's own way to PULSE, with intimacy and a freer feel offsetting the more minimal lighting (although enormously impressive in its own right.)

As the other reviewers have given an accurate overview I'll just mention one cut, that being "Comfortably Numb," which you and I know every second of by heart, it's in our blood.

This performance features David Bowie sharing lead vocals. Now the idea of anyone but Mr. Gilmour taking over vocals on this song is enough to make my hair catch on fire, but THIS WORKS. It actually becomes a Bowie song while remaining a Floyd epoch. It's thrilling, it's almost dreamlike to watch a singer of equal caliber and credibility to Mr. Gilmour share this song and to take it's inherent drama and mystery to another level entirely.

The DVD also points out what a superb disc "On An Island" is, sadly overlooked by too many Floyd fans for not being heavy enough (man.)

And it's in high def - you can almost reach out and shake Rick Wright's hand.

Extras are top flight, set is an incredible bargain and you'll have trouble turning it off and going to bed. Mr. Gilmour once again proves that he's in a class all by himself, a category of artist of which there is only one."
milo mccowan | KANAB, UTAH | 08/31/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Why in the hell do so many feel compelled to rip on one or the other? I saw Pink Floyd in Phoenix on their Division Bell Tour and then Waters in Vegas on his In the Flesh tour. Both of them are geniuses. Pure and simple.
Gilmour was recently voted "Best Guitarist of all time" by Guitar magazine, UK and desrves it. No one has a feel for lead guitar melody like him.
Waters is superb on lyrics and really knows how to put music together [listen to him and Jeff Beck on Amused to Death]. It just doesn't get any better. The fact that these two are no longer together does not mean one is a loser, or one is better, or any damn thing. It just means we now have two different sources of listening pleasure."