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Posted: 8/23/2010 10:58:56 PM
Hey Mugg, (and rest of music crew,......found this live 2009 version of Dogs,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIsS9L9nqvY

...........and I'm guessing you saw this tour.   This guy that does the vocals that Roger would have normally have done in the past does a fantastic job. It really almost gives chills to see someone do such an amazingly cool tune by a deity such as Waters, as Roger is on stage at the same time. Holy garbage, it's way cool.That guy must have felt some butterflies for sure.....He couldn't have even been born when Pink floyd "Animals" even came out. He sure doesn't look 34-ish to me, which he would have had to be.........

........Well, Mugg, who is that guy doing vocals, and how much of the vocals did he do of that tour ?  If you closed your eyes, it's so damn close to Waters......I know that's a slight hyperbole, but, it's impressive......Agreed???

Would you happen to know if that 2009 tour is available on DVD 'ala Amazon/where ever?

Cool garbage. .
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Posted: 8/23/2010 11:08:31 PM
Saw an interview during/from same yr of '09, and Roger jokes about David Gilmour extorting him that he'll do the tour everyone and their pets, etc. ALL want to see, the reunuion with waters, dave, and N. Mason.............well, story is told by Roger that Gilmour wants to hear him do a sing along of kind of what I'd call a pretty silly behind song, can't recall, but it's on you-tube (the interview)....

....Roger humbly admits that Dave's voice has held up better over the years (in his opinion) I think it's apples and oranges............

......I bring this up pointing out Roger using that guy to do the vocals on the songs "Dogs" (1st post of thread) instead of himself.....don't know how much else in the show that the other guy did Roger's vocals.


2009, wasn't the "In The Flesh" tour, was it?

Hmmmm....

Sure looked like an awesome tour, the footage that I have of this 2009 tour I got from you-tube.

Great stuff!
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Posted: 8/23/2010 11:10:13 PM
Nope, 2000 was "In The Flesh", but man that 2009 tour looks just amazingly great! 
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Posted: 8/24/2010 12:53:34 AM

 Yeah, that's from the "In the Flesh" tour..............& that's Jon Carin. He actually played with Pink Floyd after Waters left the band. He does a great job on original PF stuff.

 Unfortunately they didn't play "Dogs" during the last tour, at least not in the 3 shows I saw. They played "Sheep" though......

 The real treat (in the Seattle show) was hearing Carol Kenyan sing "Great Gig in the Sky"...........chilling, almost tear-jerking. But so much of it was great..........easily tops my list of greatest shows.

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Posted: 8/24/2010 12:56:59 AM

This is the setlist & band members from the 2006 leg of the tour. It changed a bit in 2007 & 2008.


1.In the Flesh
2.Mother
3.Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
4.Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I – V) (abridged)
5.Have a Cigar
6.Wish You Were Here
7.Southampton Dock
8.The Fletcher Memorial Home
9.Perfect Sense, Parts 1 and 2
10.Leaving Beirut
11.Sheep

Set Two (The Dark Side of the Moon)
1.Speak to Me
2.Breathe
3.On the Run
4.Time
5.Breathe (Reprise)
6.The Great Gig in the Sky
7.Money
8.Us and Them
9.Any Colour You Like
10.Brain Damage
11.Eclipse

Encore
1.The Happiest Days of Our Lives
2.Another Brick in the Wall, Part II
3.Vera
4.Bring the Boys Back Home
5.Comfortably Numb

The Band
Roger Waters – Vocals, bass guitar and acoustic guitar
Andy Fairweather-Low – Guitar, bass and backing vocals
Snowy White – Guitar
Dave Kilminster – Guitar, vocals and additional bass
Jon Carin – Synthesizer, guitar, lap steel guitar and vocals
Harry Waters – Hammond organ and synthesizer
Ian Ritchie – Saxophone, EWI and additional bass
Graham Broad – Drums and percussion
Katie Kissoon, P. P. Arnold, Carol Kenyon – Backing vocals

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Posted: 8/24/2010 1:38:42 AM
Mugg, that is some great and awesome info.

I knew you'd impress.

Thanks a lot.

When I fiorst saw that guy sing "Dogs", I about garbage, I was so impressed.

Thanks a lot dude!

I appreciate it a lot.......
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Posted: 8/24/2010 12:05:23 PM
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Posted: 8/24/2010 6:00:35 PM
I read on a danish site that Roger Waters will tour with this band - >

Dave Kilminster (Guitar)
Snowy White (Guitar)
G. E. Smith (Guitar)
Jon Carin (Keyboards)
Harry Waters (Keyboards)
Graham Broad (Drums)
Robbie Wyckoff (Backing vocals)
Jon Joyce (Backing vocals)
Michael Lennon (Backing vocals)
Mark Lennon (Backing vocals)
Kipp Lennon (Backing vocals)

So the core parts of the band from previous tours is back.



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Posted: 8/24/2010 6:13:51 PM
I am going to stand in line for tickets to the Parken Stadium Concert this monday.

Tickets are listed from 84$ to 170$.  I suspect the seating will be more expensive than standing on the pitch in front of the stage.

But i do not mind that. I like standing halfway down on the field in front of the stage with a cold one in my hand

I saw that he will also play an indoor concert in a smaller venue in Jutland, Denmark. I would like to go there too since there would only be some 8000-10000 people there.

In Parken Stadium i think they can fill it up to 40.000-50.000 if the demand is there.
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Posted: 8/24/2010 7:10:56 PM
Mikael, that lineup in your post, that's the current tour's line-up?
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Posted: 8/24/2010 7:53:01 PM
 I believe it is Dennis..........I heard there wasn't going to be any women vocalist this time.

There's been some conjecture about who the "Surrogate Band" will be....

Mikael.....if you could go to the smaller venue that would be ultimate.
 The sound will be much better.......costly though I'm sure.
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Posted: 8/24/2010 8:22:01 PM
Yes it is the lineup for this tour.

I am thinking the same, and more intimate experience. The stadium concert is sat. may 7 2011. 
The concert at the smaller venue is going to take place monday june 13 2011.

I like that, will be able to watch the first one, let it sink in, and then enjoy it again a month later.

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Posted: 8/24/2010 9:44:03 PM
Sounds like a good plan Mikael, and also sounds likke it gives me plenty of time to make good plans to do it right!
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Posted: 8/25/2010 6:30:18 AM
Dennishopson , well those dates are in Europe. I think the American tour is much sooner?
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