The Delicate Sound of Thunder is a full concert live performance by Pink Floyd, released on November 22, 1988. It was recorded over five nights in August 1988, at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. The concert was part of the band’s A Momentary Lapse of Reason tour, and it was the first time Pink Floyd had performed live since 1981’s The Wall tour.
The Concert Setlist
The concert setlist included some of Pink Floyd’s greatest hits, such as “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” “Wish You Were Here,” “Comfortably Numb,” and “Another Brick in the Wall Part II.” It also included some songs from their then-new album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, such as “Learning to Fly” and “On the Turning Away.”
The Delicate Sound of Thunder concert was a stunning visual and audio experience. The concert featured a massive stage setup with lasers, lights, and a giant circular screen that displayed various images and videos throughout the performance. The band’s performance was flawless, and the sound quality was fantastic. The concert was a testament to Pink Floyd’s reputation as one of the greatest live acts in rock history.
The Remastered Version
In 2020, Pink Floyd released a remastered version of the Delicate Sound of Thunder concert to commemorate its 32nd anniversary. The remastered version is available in various formats, including CD, DVD, Blu-ray, and vinyl. The remastered version features improved sound and visuals, making it an even more impressive experience than the original.
The Delicate Sound of Thunder Full Concert Live is a must-see for any Pink Floyd fan or rock music enthusiast. The concert is a testament to Pink Floyd’s greatness as a live act, and it’s a fantastic way to experience some of their greatest hits. Whether you watch the original or the remastered version, the Delicate Sound of Thunder is a concert that will leave you in awe.