Monday, June 27, 2011

Roger Waters - 2002-03-05 - The Happiest Night Of Our Lives




Dr. Forrester said...

Roger Waters - 2002-03-05 (SBD Master) - The Happiest Night of Our Lives
From bootleg; "The Happiest Night Of Our Lives", manufactured by the Comunidad Floydiana in Chile.

SBD/(pre-FM) > Silvers > EAC (wav) > flac
***note: this is not the lossy - mp3 version. This is really a clean master ***

Superb quality: A+. This is NOT the broadcast version (so you don't have to listen the annoying "futuro" radio-mark). No MP3 was involved in any part of the lineage. This is the lossless version.


CD 1:
101. In The Flesh
102. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives/Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)
103. Mother
104. Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert/Southampton Dock
105. Pigs On The Wing (Part I)
106. Dogs
107. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
108. Welcome To The Machine
109. Wish You Were Here
110. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)

201. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
202. Speak To Me/ Breathe (In The Air)
203. Time/Breathe (Reprise)
204. Money
205. The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking part XI (AKA 5:06 AM Every Strangers Eyes)
206. Perfect Sense (Parts I & II)
207. The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range
208. It's A Miracle
209. Amused To Death

301. Brain Damage
302. Eclipse
303. Band Introduction
304. Comfortably Numb
305. Each Small Candle

EAC log file included

Saludos a toda la gente de la Comunidad Floydiana Chilena

kike said...

Great Sound! very well done. So thanks Dr. for sharing this beauty.
best, K.

dstache said...

SBD A, a little quiet, not mastered loud enough, listened on headphones at work and had both the sound on the computer and the media player turned up all the way and still not loud enough. A nice recording though. As for the performance, it's good but after listening to 3 excellent shows from '84, my first RW experience, I was disappointed. A taper posted here said something about a show he attended being like a Pink Floyd cover band, and I got that feeling here. Plus, without getting into it and not wanting to start a political fight, Roger is overly preachy here.