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Saw Roger Waters performing The Wall at the o2 arena in London last sunday night,it was amazing.The first time I saw him It was at the City Hall in Newcastle 1968, he's still going after all these years, wonder how many of todays "stars" go as long as that.

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Saw Roger Waters performing The Wall at the o2 arena in London last sunday night,it was amazing.The first time I saw him It was at the City Hall in Newcastle 1968, he's still going after all these years, wonder how many of todays "stars" go as long as that.

Is he coming up here Foxy?

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Is he coming up here Foxy?

Sorry you missed him Doc, his next concerts are in Australia January 2012 but they probably couldn't get his gear in the Market Tavern anyway.

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Totally would have went to the one at NEC if i had a bit more cash.

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Hello Floyd fans. I just joined June 24th 2012. I saw the Wall and Pros and Cons emblems on your profiles and guessed there were some decent music lovers on here. To be honest I'm a Moody Blues fan first and most - but their early stuff up to Seventh Sojourn. Now they seem to have descended into banal. But getting back to Pink Floyd - to me The Wall is the stuff of legends, no one is going to beat that album, but am I right in saying the only track on The Wall not to appear in the film is Hey You?

By the way, my favourite Roger Waters album is Amused to Death - Three Wishes - awesome. Cheers.

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Started 2011 but in need of a re read.

Then where are the LPs not the CDs

Happy Days.

Retirement needs working through.

Long holiday that ends in death or listening to the odd bit of music.

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