Pink Floyd - Live At Pompeii - The Director's Cut mp3 album
Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii is a 1972 concert documentary film directed by Adrian Maben and featuring the English rock group Pink Floyd performing at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pompeii, Italy. Although the band perform a typical live set from the era, there is no audience beyond the basic film crew.
Director Adrien Maben brings us a brand new version of a legendary film. In addition to the existing interviews shot during the 1972 recording of Dark Side Of The Moon, this cut features unique, personal footage of the band working on "Live at Pompeii" in Paris, atmospheric space shots and a host of new visual effects.
Seamus" is the fifth song on Pink Floyd's 1971 album Meddle. The group performs it in the style of a country blues, with vocals, an acoustic slide guitar in an open D tuning, and piano. The song is named after the Collie dog (belonging to Humble Pie leader Steve Marriott) who howls throughout the 2:15 piece. Group biographer Nicholas Schaffner calls the tune "dispensable"; David Gilmour added "I guess it wasn't really as funny to everyone else it was to us".
Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii (Director's Cut). Conceived by the French director Adrian Maben as "an anti-Woodstock film," Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii was shot in October 1971 in a vacant, 2,000-year-old amphitheater-a venue chosen to accentuate the grandeur and spaciousness of the band's Meddle-era music. The anamorphic, 16:9 director's cut interweaves the Pompeii performances with fascinating but distracting interviews and music snippets filmed later (mostly during the recording of Dark Side of the Moon). The movie was originally prepared in a 4:3 aspect ratio, however, and the widescreen version crops perfectly framed images like the nine-square mosaic of drummer Nick Mason in "One of These Days. The original offers plenty of closeups of fingers on frets and keys, with shots that are often luxuriously long in duration.
It's about the Pink Floyd. I never play it. - You're obviously in the wrong business. That was a bad cut. That's nothing to do with the production ofthe album. Ifyou listen to the second string of pressings, you'll find the sibilance isn't there. Ifyou can still hear a sibilance on those, you've got a very overactive imagination. Because there isn't any. - We have pretty good arguments, yes. - You manage to get over them? - Yes, we're pretty durable.
Pink Floyd present us a real masterpiece in a unique form. In the stunning theatre of Pompeii the band shows, why they are such big legends under the sun in our sunset. Director Adrien Maben explains in the interview how it came to "Live At Pompeii" and the fact, why he wanted Pink Floyd for that experiment. There are two different full versions of the film on the "Director's Cut" I own. You got the original live concert and a extended version with additional interviews with the band, which come to place between the songs. Also you'll see in the extended version some different sceneries and some bonus material, like the recording of some material for the "Dark Side Of The Moon" record.
Pink Floyd - London 1966/1967. A Technicolour Dream. The Pink Floyd & Syd Barrett Story. Video Information: 16:9 aspect ratio. Description: Cover: Title. Picture of the album cover. Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon DVD Eagle Vision. Title: Live at Knebworth 1990 Video Company: Yamaha Music and Visuals, Inc. Catalog Number: YMBA-10183 Format, Region: NTSC, R2 Release Date: August 25, 2010 Release Information: Japanese three DVD reissue of the Knebworth Festival from June 30, 1990. Features Pink Floyd performing Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Run Like Hell.
|1||Echoes Part I||18:39|
|2||Careful With That Axe Eugene||9:07|
|3||A Saucerful Of Secrets||13:08|
|4||Us And Them||3:59|
|5||One Of These Days||11:56|
|8||Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun||11:48|
|9||Echoes Part II||14:50|
|10||Interview Adrian Maben||24:11|
|11||Original Concert Film||1:01:46|
|15||Pompeii Map / History|
- Artwork – Peter Curzon, Storm Thorgerson
- Cameraman – Adrian Maben, Christophe Bazille, Claude Agostini, Gerard Hameline, Henri Czap, Jacques Boumendil, Philippe Theuadiere*
- Effects [Special Effects] – Michel François
- Engineer – Charles Rauchet*, Peter Watts
- Film Director – Adrian Maben
- Film Producer [Associate] – Michelle Arnaud*, Reiner Moritz
- Mixed By – Paul Berthault, Phillipe Carrere*
- Other [Continuity] – Marie-Noel Zurstrassen
- Other [Special Effects] – Studio Teletota
- Photography By – Gabor Pogany, Willy Kurant
- Video Editor – Jose Pinheiro, Nino Di Fonzo
NotesDuration: 92 min env.
Audio: English Stereo
16:9 Director's Cut & Documentary
4:3 Concert Original
TM et © 1971, 2003 Universal Pictures Visual Programming Limited.
Distribution exclusive en France: Universal Pictures Vidéo (France) S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 050582 013108
- Other (Disc): 11039 / ST / G2 / R5
- Other: EDV 764
|790 182 2||Pink Floyd||Live At Pompeii (VHS, PAL)||PolyGram Music Video||790 182 2||UK||1981|
|PPS 2010||Pink Floyd||Live At Pompeii (VHS, PAL)||Palace Video||PPS 2010||Netherlands||1984|
|820 131 0, DVD 820 131 0 · 18 R1||Pink Floyd||Live At Pompeii - The Director's Cut (DVD-V, Copy Prot., PAL)||Universal, Universal||820 131 0, DVD 820 131 0 · 18 R1||Germany||2003|
|DSD 820 131 1, DVD 820 131 1 ● 44||Pink Floyd||Live At Pompeii - The Director's Cut (DVD-V, PAL)||Universal, Universal||DSD 820 131 1, DVD 820 131 1 ● 44||Denmark||2003|
|791 296 1||Pink Floyd||In Pompeii (Eine Audio-Visuelle Musikreise - Kurzfassung) (Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, PAL, SECAM, 625)||Spectrum||791 296 1||Germany||1982|