Many live concerts come and go, and often picking up the live DVD may only be of concern to those who happened to be attending at the time.
In the case of a show like this, however, it’s a momentous occasion to be shared by all, whether you were lucky enough to be there or not.
The departure of Roger Waters (a great part of the
Pink Floyd driving force) remains a debate to this day (even after they reformed for a few songs at the recent Live8 performance). Not to take away anything from David Gilmour though. The Pulse show however made a great impact not only as a nod to the band’s past genius, but also their new direction without Waters.
This performance at Earl’s Court in London, October ’94, is a powerful event with fantastic lighting which became the band’s hallmark. The newer tracks from The Division Bell and A Momentary Lapse Of Reason sits very well next to their older, flawless brothers, from Shine On You Crazy Diamond to Another Brick In The Wall. What makes this immaculately re-mastered 5.1 mixed DVD release such a phenomenal package is the fact that disc two contains the live performance of the entire Dark Side Of The Moon album – reason enough to pick this up. The only thing that would probably have topped this was if they added the flashing LED light to the DVD spine as with the original CD.

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