Albany, NY (1999)


Setlist

  1. In The Flesh
  2. The Thin Ice
  3. Another Brick in the Wall, Part I
  4. The Happiest Days of Our Lives
  5. Another Brick in the Wall, Part II
  6. Mother
  7. Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert (Reportedly was not played)
  8. Southampton Dock
  9. Pigs on the Wing, Part 1
  10. Dogs
  11. Welcome to the Machine
  12. Wish You Were Here
  13. Shine On You Crazy Diamond, parts I-IV, VI, VII, reprisal of part I

    Intermission

  14. Breathe
  15. Time
  16. Breathe (Reprise)
  17. Great Gig in the Sky (w/out ending vocals)
  18. Money
  19. 5:06 A.M. (Every Stranger's Eyes)
  20. The Powers That Be
  21. What God Wants, Part 1
  22. Perfect Sense, Part 1
  23. Perfect Sense, Part 2
  24. It's A Miracle
  25. Amused to Death
  26. Brain Damage
  27. Eclipse

    Encore

  28. Comfortably Numb

Reviews

Joe (Chat Zone 8/11 12:44 PM)

Just some short thoughts...

INCREDIBLE!!!! The whole wall sequence was better than Berlin, and 1000 times better than KAOS. Uphoria whan he took the stage and hit the first notes on In the Flesh.

Dogs: totally speachless. Totally Blown away.

Definitely lip synced Every Stranger's Eyes. Sorry, but it was just too noticable.

ATD material: Audience for the most part didn't understand it. A lot of "what's this" statements around me. What God Wants was killer. Perfect Sence was absolute highlight. My voice is still horse from screaming along with "Our Global Anthem" I STILL HAVE GOOSE BUMPS. P.P. Arnold was so good I had tears welling up in my eyes.

At then end of the song ATD roger just brought things down to almost silence in the arena and instead of going off stage stood there to speak. He said that he's been doing a lot of interviews saying he wanted to recapture tha magic of the old days "with his former band", and they definitely recaptured the magic tonight. From his behavior and reaction on stage throughout the whole show I saw a man who in a state of shear joy. It was so obvious that he loved what he was doing and really appreciated that the audience loved what he was doing. There was a connection between artist and audience like I've never seen at any other show before.

The Crowd: Some people REALLY SUCKED! A lot of staggering drunk obnoxious assholes wearing TDB and Momentary Lapse shirts. The Irony is that it was mostly the people wearing the surrogate band garb that were the biggest jerks. All of the others were really cool.

But, that's just my opinion.


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