Roger Waters has spoken recently about who is Pink Floyd. He has been publicly quiet on this issue though it clearly boils on low heat in the background most of the time. Most solo Waters shows are excellent though it would be nice to hear a Gilmour solo and backup vocal to support Rogers’s strong moral microphone and keyboard/bass center. I grew up on a fully staffed Pink Floyd so the argument for who is Pink Floyd is settled in my mind. The 2011 Comfortably Numb video live from O2 is a great example why Waters is always better with Gilmour on lead guitar and co vocals. We have also included the video of the last full staffed Pink Floyd original member group, sans Syd (RIP) concert.
Roger Waters “Comfortably Numb” LIVE Crypto. Com Arena Los Angeles, California September 28, 2022
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Roger Waters – Live at the Golden 1 Center, Sacramento CA – 2022.09.20 [Full Show 4K]
Golden 1 Center
1. Comfortably Numb *
2. The Happiest Days of Our Lives *
3. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 *
4. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 3 *
5. The Powers That Be
6. The Bravery of Being Out of Range
7. The Bar
8. Have a Cigar *
9. Wish You Were Here *
10. Shine On Your Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-VII, V) *
11. Sheep *
12. In the Flesh *
13. Run Like Hell *
14. Deja Vu
15. Deja Vu (Reprise)
16. Is This The Life We Really Want?
17. Money *
18. Us and Them *
19. Any Colour You Like *
20. Brain Damage *
21. Eclipse *
22. Two Suns in the Sunset *
23. The Bar (Reprise)
24. Outside the Wall *
* denotes Pink Floyd song
After catching Roger in 2017 in Oakland I knew there was no way I’d pass up this show. Roger is playing two nights in SF at Chase Center which I would have preferred going to but seeing that I’m going to two shows both nights I decided to make the trek to Sacramento. Right as I was about to leave the house I got word Tom Morello was going to play the next day so I packed an overnight bag and set out on a Sacramento adventure.
Roger, after a few countdowns and an incredible intro / public announcement, went into a few classic Pink Floyd songs. Insanely strong opening, I was very impressed with the beginning of set 1. The highlight of the night IMO was Sheep which featured a big inflatable sheep floating around the arena. The infamous pig made its appearance during the second set as well and had “Fuck the Poor” written on it. The visuals throughout were completely insane and with my spot I think I had one of the best views of the house. The band sounded fantastic as well and absolutely killed it.
Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2 (Live)
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David Gilmour – Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Live At Pompeii)
Pink Floyd – The Last Concert (Gilmour, Waters, Mason ,Wright )
Detailed Test Results
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Versatility is very good. It’s a monophonic speaker, with multi-room support with other Sonos speakers but not with other Amazon Echo speakers, although it’s added to the Amazon Echo App. Supports stereo pairing with another Sonos Move. Wireless: WiFi supports dual-Band, and it has Bluetooth. Communications: Amazon Alexa – Lacks support for calling, texting, and messaging features native to Alexa in Amazon Echo products; Google Assistant – Has support for calling and messaging but lacks it for texting on this unit. Digital Assistant Muting: Has a dedicated touch control to disable the digital assistant by muting its microphones. Audio Connections: Lacks analog audio inputs and outputs. Audio Tailoring: Has auto-calibration and treble and bass controls. OS Support: Android, iOS, and others. Other connections and features: Lacks USB port. Streaming by voice command: Supports voice command of many common streaming services such as Amazon Music, Apple Music, Pandora, Spotify, Tune-In, and iHeart Radio. Voice ID: Lacks support to set up voice identity using this speaker, although it can use a voice print stored in a user’s Amazon account trained from an Amazon speaker. This feature allows the account holder to access personal information with their “voice print.”
Ease of Use
Overall ease of use of the Sonos Move is very good. Wireless setup: Setup requires an app downloaded to a device or device connection, easy and intuitive – need instructions (may be included in-app), may or may not involve inputting WiFi network password, and account setups. Console controls: Volume controls are prominent but, unlike earlier Sonos models, ambiguously labeled, making it unclear as to their function. Lacks graphical position marking or index of level. It has an audible tone that adjusts with level selection. Volume may also be controlled via a natural language command. Audio mute: Unlabeled – well placed – with indication when it is engaged. Microphone mute: Well marked, well placed, clear indication when engaged. Source selections: Requires app to be installed; app installation is straightforward. Once the app is installed, switching between inputs is fairly intuitive. App remote: Volume controls are prominent and have graphical position marking but lack specific index markings. Mute: (Remote) Well marked, well placed, clear indication when it is engaging and mutes the line input. Voice transport controls Natural language control of transport (Play/Pause/Skip/Mute), volume controls, and source selection was easy and intuitive.
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