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Old 12-14-2012, 07:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Something regarding concerts.

I actually googled this place out and it seems I've came just to the right people.

Two things that are on my mind, might be related, might be not.

Are there any recorded concerts or Flower Travelin' Band, beside those clips which can be found on youtube? I've tried on many p2p networks and places where it could show up, but to no avail. Hope there are some fans around, best regards to them, since it's one of my favorite bands from that era.

Moving a little bit forward in time, my question might sound strange, but I am quite sure there is a Pink Floyd fan who might know this, since most of those I know are more than knowledgeable. Is there a concert I might find where they played only things from The Final Cut (which I doubt) or at least one with lots of songs from that album, preferable When The Tigers Broke Free and The Hero's Return?

Thanks in advance, looking forward to sharing knowledge with people here.
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Old 12-14-2012, 10:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't really have an answer to your question, but I can tell you that "When the Tigers Broke Free" isn't from the The Final Cut, it's from the movie soundtrack of The Wall. Great song though. One of my favorites of that era of their music.
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I actually googled this place out and it seems I've came just to the right people.

Two things that are on my mind, might be related, might be not.

Are there any recorded concerts or Flower Travelin' Band, beside those clips which can be found on youtube? I've tried on many p2p networks and places where it could show up, but to no avail. Hope there are some fans around, best regards to them, since it's one of my favorite bands from that era.
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