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Pink Floyd - The Wall Live at the Nassau Coliseum (1980)

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Pink Floyd - The Wall Live at the Nassau Coliseum (1980)

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Disc 1
1. Intro
2. In the Flesh
3. Thin Ice
4. Another Brick In The Wall part 1
5. The Happies Days Of Our Lives
6. Another Brick In The Wall part 2
7. Mother
8. Goodbye Blue Sky         play
9. Empty Spaces
10. Young Lust
11. One Of My Turns
12. Don't Leave Me Now
13. Another Brick In The Wall part 3
14. Goodbye Cruel Word

Disc 2
15. Hey You
16. Is There Anybody Out There
17. Nobody Home
18. Vera
19. Bring The Boys Back Home
20. Comfortably Numb
21. The Show Must Go On      play
22. Announcements
23. In The Flesh
24. Run Like Hell
25. Waiting For The Worms
26. Stop
27. The Trial
28. Outside The Wall

Pink Floyd
* David Gilmour – electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, mandolin 
* Nick Mason – drums, percussion, acoustic guitar 
* Roger Waters – bass guitar, vocals, acoustic guitar, clarinet 
* Richard Wright – piano, organ, synthesizer, vocals, accordion on 

Additional musicians
* Andy Bown – bass guitar, acoustic guitar 
* Joe Chemay – backing vocals
* Stan Farber – backing vocals
* Jim Haas – backing vocals
* John Joyce – backing vocals
* Andy Roberts – guitars (1981 shows)
* Snowy White – guitars (1980 shows)
* Willie Wilson – drums, percussion
* Peter Wood – keyboards, acoustic guitar on "Outside the Wall"
* Gary Yudman – MC

Recorded without anyone's permission
Sourced through a trade with Dirk Giebels



The show starts out with a bit of source tape damage, but if the listener is patient, the sound problems clear up and the show, overall, is of very good sound quality. It is also one of the finer performances of The Wall by the band.

One of the funnier moments in roio recording happens during "Nobody Home." At approximately 2:28 into the track, where a female security employee asks our taper, "Is that a pipe you've got there?" The taper pretends not to hear her, so she asks him again. He responds: "No, it's a microphone." Despite this admission, she lets him continue to tape. I guess taping is not as "high" a crime as smoking pot!

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