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Live at Knebworth 1990

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Regarded by many as one of their finest live performances, at least of the post-Roger Waters era, Pink Floyd's appearance at 1990's Knebworth Festival was buoyed by a casual sense of camaraderie and freshness. Having taken a much-needed break after two years of globe-trotting in service of 1987's A Momentary Lapse of Reason, the one-off show in rural Hertfordshire marked the band's return to the stage. Considered to be the festival's headliners over fellow U.K. legends like Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, and Phil Collins, the Floyd dazzled nearly 120,000 fans with career bullet points like "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" and "Comfortably Numb" along with a more recent entry in David Gilmour's sonorous guitar showcase, "Sorrow." Even the band itself has been said to have felt a certain magic in their performance, which, until its inclusion on the mammoth 2019 Later Years box set, had only been available in bootleg form. This 2020 edition, remixed by Gilmour and engineer Andy Jackson, should help cement Knebworth's place in the group's expansive canon.
© Timothy Monger /TiVo

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1
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 1-5) (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:11:16

Vicki Brown, Backing Vocals - Clare Torry, Backing Vocals - Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Vocals, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - Sam Brown, Backing Vocals - David Gilmour, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Remix - Roger Waters, Composer - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Composer, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums, Percussion - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Candy Dulfer, Saxophone - Jon Carin, Keyboards, Vocals - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

2
The Great Gig In The Sky (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:05:04

Vicki Brown, Backing Vocals - Clare Torry, Backing Vocals - Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - Sam Brown, Backing Vocals - David Gilmour, Remix, Lap Steel Guitar - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Composer, Keyboards - Nick Mason, Drums, Percussion - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

3
Wish You Were Here (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:04:43

Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Vocals, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - David Gilmour, Composer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals - Roger Waters, Composer - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Mixer - Andy Jackson, Mixer, MixingEngineer - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards, Vocals - Gary Wallis, Percussion

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

4
Sorrow (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:09:34

Vicki Brown, Backing Vocals - Clare Torry, Backing Vocals - Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - Sam Brown, Backing Vocals - David Gilmour, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Remix - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums, Percussion - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

5
Money (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:10:10

Vicki Brown, Backing Vocals - Clare Torry, Backing Vocals - Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - Sam Brown, Backing Vocals - David Gilmour, Guitar, Vocals, Remix - Roger Waters, Composer - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards - Nick Mason, Drums, Percussion - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Candy Dulfer, Saxophone - Jon Carin, Keyboards - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

6
Comfortably Numb (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:07:42

Vicki Brown, Backing Vocals - Clare Torry, Backing Vocals - Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Vocals, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - Sam Brown, Backing Vocals - David Gilmour, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Remix - Roger Waters, Composer - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Michael Kamen, Keyboards - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums, Percussion - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards, Vocals - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

7
Run Like Hell (Live at Knebworth 1990)
00:07:12

Vicki Brown, Backing Vocals - Clare Torry, Backing Vocals - Steve Smith, Producer - Guy Pratt, Vocals, Bass - Mike Fraser, Engineer, Recorded by - Sam Brown, Backing Vocals - David Gilmour, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Remix - Roger Waters, Composer - Chris Kimsey, Producer - Damon Iddins, Engineer - Andy Jackson, Remix - Michael Kamen, Keyboards - Pink Floyd, MainArtist - Richard Wright, Keyboards, Vocals - Nick Mason, Drums, Percussion - Tim Renwick, Guitar - Jon Carin, Keyboards, Vocals - Gary Wallis, Percussion - Durga McBroom, Backing Vocals

© 2021 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd. ℗ 2019 Pink Floyd (1987) Ltd., under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.

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Regarded by many as one of their finest live performances, at least of the post-Roger Waters era, Pink Floyd's appearance at 1990's Knebworth Festival was buoyed by a casual sense of camaraderie and freshness. Having taken a much-needed break after two years of globe-trotting in service of 1987's A Momentary Lapse of Reason, the one-off show in rural Hertfordshire marked the band's return to the stage. Considered to be the festival's headliners over fellow U.K. legends like Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, and Phil Collins, the Floyd dazzled nearly 120,000 fans with career bullet points like "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" and "Comfortably Numb" along with a more recent entry in David Gilmour's sonorous guitar showcase, "Sorrow." Even the band itself has been said to have felt a certain magic in their performance, which, until its inclusion on the mammoth 2019 Later Years box set, had only been available in bootleg form. This 2020 edition, remixed by Gilmour and engineer Andy Jackson, should help cement Knebworth's place in the group's expansive canon.
© Timothy Monger /TiVo

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