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|Subject: Re: RIP Pink Floyd Fri Aug 14, 2015 5:40 pm|| |
Thought that was the case for some time. They did Live8 and also Dave Gilmour appeared on Roger's Wall tour at the O2 but Dave has always said there was no chance of a reunion tour etc.
As you say part of my growing up and still love their music. I will have to make do with going to see the Aussie Pink Floyd when they play at the Regent in Ipswich.
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|Subject: Re: RIP Pink Floyd Fri Aug 14, 2015 5:47 pm|| |
...being 69 is a good age to announce one's official retirement from making Pink Floyd work as a band. Their music, however, is set to live on for sometime yet...
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|Subject: Re: RIP Pink Floyd Sat Aug 15, 2015 11:30 pm|| |
I've always thought we were fortunate to get that Live 8
Once Richard Wright passed, I knew that was the end of any hopes for a proper reunion. Also happy with the last album The Endless River
. They took a lot of old material with Richard Wright and added to it. Mostly instrumental, but I like it and listen to it all the time.
Gilmour is probably not done making albums and I would guess Roger isn't either, so there's still hope for some new music and there will always be their legacy of albums.
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|Subject: Re: RIP Pink Floyd Mon Aug 17, 2015 5:49 pm|| |
Pink Floyd died after Piper at the Gates of Dawn!
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