Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb - Live G8 2005 Reunion-Last Performance together with Group Hug-Dolby Pro Logic II 384 kbs.mp4

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"Comfortably Numb"
Pink Floyd Live 2005 Live 8 Show


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On 2 July 2005 Pink Floyd performed at the London Live 8 concert with Roger Waters rejoining David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. It was the quartet's first performance together in over 24 years — the band's last show with Waters was at Earls Court in London on 17 June 1981.At the end, after "Comfortably Numb" had been played, Gilmour said "thank you very much, good night" and started to walk off the stage. Waters called him back, however, and the band shared a group hug that became one of the most famous pictures of Live 8. As they proceeded to walk off, Nick Mason threw his drumsticks into the audience. With Wright's subsequent death, in September 2008, this was to be the final concert to feature all four bandmates playing together.
"Comfortably Numb" is a song by the English rock band Pink Floyd, which first appears on the 1979 double album, The Wall. It was also released as a single in 1980 with "Hey You" as the B-side. It is one of only three songs on the album for which writing credits are shared between Roger Waters and David Gilmour. The chorus melody was written by Gilmour while Waters contributed the lyrics and the music for the verses. The song had the working title of "The Doctor". An early version of the song was included under this title on the "Immersion Box Set" of The Wall, released in 2012. The song is one of Pink Floyd's most famous, and is renowned especially for its guitar solos. In 2004, the song was ranked number 314 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In 2005, it became the last song ever to be performed by Waters, Gilmour, Wright, and Mason together. In 2011, the song was ranked 5th in the BBC Radio 4's listeners' Desert Island Discs choices. While most songs on The Wall were written by Waters alone, most of the music for "Comfortably Numb" was written by David Gilmour, who originally recorded the instrumental demo during the latter stages of recording his first solo album, hoping to find some later use for it. Gilmour later brought his demo of it to The Wall sessions. In Gilmour's original demo, though there were no lyrics, he sang a melody not unlike the final version of the chorus. The verses, however, were in the key of E minor (a progression of E minor, D major, C major, A minor, and back to E minor again), rather than B minor, as in the final version. Also, the chord sequence for the final chorus line "I have become comfortably numb" did not exist in Gilmour's demo. So, while the music is widely considered to be Gilmour's work, it is likely that Waters composed the chords for that line, as well as making the decision to change the verses from E minor to B minor.As with the other songs on The Wall, "Comfortably Numb" tells a segment of the story about Pink, the album's protagonist. This song has to do with Pink's battle to handle the world. The lyrics feature interplay between a doctor treating Pink (verses, sung by Waters) and Pink's thoughts (chorus, sung by Gilmour).This song features two guitar solos by David Gilmour. The first solo is played over a shortened version of the chorus music, and the longer outro solo is played over the verse structure. In 1989, the readers of the Pink Floyd fanzine, The Amazing Pudding, voted this song the best Floyd song of all time. David Gilmour's solo was rated the 2nd best guitar solo of all-time by Guitar World magazine, in a reader poll. Also in Guitar World, there were details on David Gilmour's "Comfortably Numb" solo, stating that the solo (most likely the outro solo) was pieced together from several other solos that he had been experimenting with at the time; this was accomplished by recording several solos and marking his preferred segments for the perfect final take. In August 2006, it was voted the greatest guitar solo of all time in a poll by listeners of digital radio station Planet Rock. In addition, Gilmour's guitar tone in the song was named best guitar sound by Guitarist magazine in November 2010. '[David Gilmour] is obviously using a couple of effects, like a Big Muff and a delay, but it really is just his fingers, his vibrato, his choice of notes and how he sets his effects. I find it extraordinary when people think they can copy his sound by duplicating his gear. In reality, no matter how well you duplicate the equipment, you will never be able to duplicate the personality.'
—Phil Taylor, Pink Floyd's technician.

During the 1980/81 The Wall tour, where a giant wall was constructed across the stage during the performance, the song was performed with Roger Waters dressed as a doctor at the bottom of the wall, and David Gilmour singing and playing guitar from the top of the wall on a raised platform with spotlights shining from behind him. According to David Gilmour, the final solo was one of the few opportunities during those concerts that he was free to improvise completely. 'It was a fantastic moment, I can tell, to be standing up on there, and Roger's just finished singing his thing, and I'm standing there, waiting. I'm in pitch darkness and no one knows I'm there yet. And Roger's down and he finishes his line, I start mine and the big back spots and everything go on and the audience, they're all looking straight ahead and down, and suddenly there's all this light up there and they all sort of--their heads all lift up and there's this thing up there and the sound's coming out and everything.
Every night there's this sort of "[gasp!]" from about 15,000 people. And that's quite something, let me tell you.'
— David Gilmour,
After Waters had left the band, Gilmour also revised the verses to his preferred grungier approach during live performances. The verse vocals were arranged for three-part harmonies, rather than attempting to imitate Waters' voice. In both 1987–88 and 1994, the lyrics were sung by Richard Wright, Guy Pratt and Jon Carin.

Lyrics

"Comfortably Numb"

Hello,
Is there anybody in there
Just nod if you can hear me
Is there anyone at home
Come on now
I hear you're feeling down
I can ease your pain
And get you on your feet again
Relax
I'll need some information first
Just the basic facts
Can you show me where it hurts

There is no pain, you are receding
A distant ship smoke on the horizon
You are only coming through in waves
Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying
When I was a child I had a fever
My hands felt just like two balloons
Now I've got that feeling once again
I can't explain, you would not understand
This is not how I am
I have become comfortably numb

O.K.
Just a little pin prick
There'll be no more aaaaaaaah!
But you may feel a little sick
Can you stand up?
I do believe it's working, good
That'll keep you going through the show
Come on it's time to go.

There is no pain you are receding
A distant ship smoke on the horizon
You are only coming through in waves
Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying
When I was a child
I caught a fleeting glimpse
Out of the corner of my eye
I turned to look but it was gone
I cannot put my finger on it now
The child is grown
The dream is gone
And I have become
Comfortably numb.


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If you read the main notes you will see/realize it was ENCODED with 2 tracks using 7.1 channel mix and also ENCODED using Dolby Pro Logic II 384kbs (hence that's where my "name" came from) with the Encoding Software, This makes the overall Audio kbs higher, but does NOT change a 2 ch. Live concert into 7.1 channel Live concert song, that's why I placed the word "mix" on the 2nd Audio Track. There simply was no other way to explain how I Encoded the 2nd Track as that is what it's called in the software. If you search the KAT Encoders Threads you will see quite a bit of discussion on whether using this extra 7.1 ch. encode makes the Audio higher quality, which is my intent and belief, while some believe this to be true and some do not, it's all up to your own ears and also how High End your Audio Equipment is. I personally have extremely High End Audio Equipment and I do feel it enhances the Audiophile quality. In my later torrents I have distinguished this by calling the Tracks out as Encodes. Not knowing whether you know anything about Encoding software as you are anonymous, this should be a simple explanation of how Encoding software works and the choices that every Encoder/Uploader has. I never start my Torrents encodes from Blu Ray disks hence I Encode the highest quality audio possible as a "extra" track which is the 7.1 channel Encode option. That is also one of the reasons I only upload 1 song at a time as I use the highest quality encoding possible (because I LOVE Music at High Quality) and it makes the Torrent very large, if I did this on an entire Concert it would be unmanageable, as 1 Concert alone took me 62 hours to Encode.
Good ears and good checking this out on your part and I appreciate the no thumb down, smile but as I stated there are KAT Threads that deal with this very subject, I happen to be one that believes the higher quality 7.1 encode enhances the Audiophile quality of the music. I read these threads quite extensively before I decided to try the extra 7.1 Track, and decided it was worth the effort/time/size and raised the overall Audio quality. - Don't get some Encoders started as their is quite a bit of dissenting discussions over this on KAT threads.
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If you read the main notes you will see/realize it was ENCODED with 2 tracks using 7.1 channel mix and also ENCODED using Dolby Pro Logic II 384kbs (hence that's where my "name" came from) with the Encoding Software, This makes the overall Audio kbs higher, but does NOT change a 2 ch. Live concert into 7.1 channel Live concert song, that's why I placed the word "mix" on the 2nd Audio Track. There simply was no other way to explain how I Encoded the 2nd Track as that is what it's called in the software. If you search the KAT Encoders Threads you will see quite a bit of discussion on whether using this extra 7.1 ch. encode makes the Audio higher quality, which is my intent and belief, while some believe this to be true and some do not, it's all up to your own ears and also how High End your Audio Equipment is. I personally have extremely High End Audio Equipment and I do feel it enhances the Audiophile quality. In my later torrents I have distinguished this by calling the Tracks out as Encodes. Not knowing whether you know anything about Encoding software as you are anonymous, this should be a simple explanation of how Encoding software works and the choices that every Encoder/Uploader has. I never start my Torrents encodes from Blu Ray disks hence I Encode the highest quality audio possible as a "extra" track which is the 7.1 channel Encode option. That is also one of the reasons I only upload 1 song at a time as I use the highest quality encoding possible (because I LOVE Music at High Quality) and it makes the Torrent very large, if I did this on an entire Concert it would be unmanageable, as 1 Concert alone took me 62 hours to Encode.
Good ears and good checking this out on your part and I appreciate the no thumb down, smile but as I stated there are KAT Threads that deal with this very subject, I happen to be one that believes the higher quality 7.1 encode enhances the Audiophile quality of the music. I read these threads quite extensively before I decided to try the extra 7.1 Track, and decided it was worth the effort/time/size and raised the overall Audio quality. - Don't get some Encoders started as their is quite a bit of dissenting discussions over this on KAT threads.
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