David GilmourRoyal Festival HallLondon, EnglandJanuary 17, 2002Another Night In London Volume IIFree Range Pigs (FRP CDR-017/18)Disc One: 1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. I-V)2. Fat Old Sun3. Coming Back To Life4. Dominoes5. High Hopes6. High Hopes (Reprise)7. Je Crois Entendre Encore8. Smile9. Rick Wright Introduction10. Breakthrough11. Wish You Were Here12. Comfortably NumbDisc Two: 1. Dimming Of The Day 2. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. VI-IX)3. Band Introductions4. A Great Day For Freedom5. Hushabye Mountain-Extras-6. Jools Holland Introduction7. I Put a Spell On You8. Interview with David Gilmour - Part 19. One Of These Days10. Interview with David Gilmour - Part 211. Marooned12. Interview with David Gilmour - Part 313. Making It Up As We Go Along14. Interview with David Gilmour - Part 415. Je Croix Entendre Encore (Meltdown)16. Interview with David Gilmour - Part 517. High Hopes (Meltdown)18. Interview with David Gilmour - Part 619. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. VI-IX)With Guest Performers:Richard Wright Keyboards, Vocals (Disc One - Tracks 10,11,12)Sir Bob Geldolf Guest Vocalist (Disc One - Track 12)Supporting Performers:Dick Parry SaxophoneMichael Kamen Piano and OboeNeil MacColl Guitars and VocalsCaroline Dale CelloNick France PercussionChucho Marchan Double BassChoir:Sam Brown Durga McBroom Claudia FontaineMargo Buchanan Carol Kenyon Beverley SkeetDavid Lordat Chris Ballin Michelle John-DouglasNotes: The second night at Royal Festival Hall. Again, cosmetic work was kept to a minimum in order to provide the actual ambience and feel of the evening. This time no annoying usherettes to get in the way, but the crowd seems to be far more feisty than the first night. One person in particular, who's presence can be felt in the right channel found it necessary to be quite vocal. We cleaned him up as best as we could,especially his more obnoxious moments, but there's at least one cut that can be heard due to him saturating the channel.It was an another outstanding performance that was alot cleaner in terms of technical presence. Richard Wright appears again and is seemingly less hesitant than he was on the first night. Another highlight of the night is Sir Bob Geldolf singing Comfortably Numb with Gilmour. His representation is far more powerful than Robert Wyatt's performances.The Interview with David Gilmour is from the "Later with Jools Holland" - BBC 2 Radio interview conducted/broadcasted on December 10, 2001. The interview material is fantastic, and highlights include Soundboard recordings of some of the songs played during the Meltdown Festival.Technical Details: This source was recorded from Level 4 Terrace, Seat B16. This recording has never departed the digital domain. Exact lineage is as follows: Sony ECM-717 > Sony MZ-R30 > Sony MDSJB940 > Optical Link > Philips CDR785 > CDR > EAC > SHN (MD0>CDR0).Credits: Jim Canale and Free Range Pigs would like to thank the following people for their contributions to this effort: Andy Saltiel for providing the Source Recording and his Excellent Reviews.Mark Gunzinger for providing Digital Transfer, Project Coordination and Quality Assurance.David LeHunte and Massed Gadgets Media for providing the Interview Filler on Disc Two.Aleksi Manninen for providing the Cover Art.Simon Wimpenny for providing pictures from the Show, as well as show details.Zoltan Toth for providing pictures from the Show.GerryUS for providing First Wave Distribution Services.
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