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Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81

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Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81 is a live album released by Pink Floyd in 2000. It is a live rendition of The Wall, produced and engineered by James Guthrie, with tracks selected from the August 1980 and June 1981 performances at Earls Court in London. The album was first released in The Netherlands by EMI Records on 23 March 2000, who released a limited edition in the United Kingdom on 27 March. The general release followed on 18 April 2000 with US and Canadian distribution by Columbia Records.
The shows involved the construction of a wall on stage throughout the first half of the show. Once complete, members of the band performed in small openings in, atop, in front of, or even behind the wall.  The album artwork featured the life-masks of the four band members in front of a black wall; the masks were worn by the "surrogate band" during the song "In the Flesh".  "Goodbye Blue Sky" and parts of "Run Like Hell" were taken from the 17 June 1981 show, the very last performance by the four-man Pink Floyd until the 2005 Live 8 concert.
The album was re-released in February 2012 in remastered form as part of the "Immersion" boxset edition of The Wall.
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Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980–81

Live album by Pink Floyd

The Wall Tour

Concert tour

  • Desc: The Wall Tour was a concert tour by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd throughout 1980–1981 in support of their concept album The Wall. The tour was relatively small compared to previous tours for a major release, with only 31 shows in total.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wall_Tour_(1980%E2%80%9381)
  • Type: Thing, Event
  • Result Score: 1.16

The Show Must Go On

Song by Roger Waters

Andy Bown

Andy Bown

Musician

The Last Few Bricks

Instrumental by David Gilmour and Roger Waters

  • Desc: "The Last Few Bricks" is an instrumental bridge/medley used by Pink Floyd and Roger Waters at The Wall live shows, between "Another Brick in the Wall" and "Goodbye Cruel World".
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Last_Few_Bricks
  • Type: Thing, MusicComposition
  • Result Score: 0.01

Jim Haas

American singer

  • Desc: James Edwin Haas was an American singer who has performed vocals for many artists including John Denver, Neil Diamond, Jackson Browne, David Cassidy, Leif Garrett, Pink Floyd, and Barry Manilow. He was a member of Roger Waters' The Bleeding Heart Band.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Haas
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 0.00

Peter Wood

English keyboardist

  • Desc: Peter John Wood was an English keyboardist born in Middlesex, England. In his early years he lived with his parents in Hythe Field Avenue, Egham, Surrey. During the mid-1960s, he played in local band Barney J Barnes & The Intro who recorded for Decca.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Wood_(musician)
  • Type: Thing, Person
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What Shall We Do Now?

Song by Roger Waters

  • Desc: "What Shall We Do Now?" is a song by Pink Floyd, written by Roger Waters. It was originally intended to be on their 1979 album The Wall, and appeared in demo versions of The Wall, but was omitted due to the time restraints of the vinyl format.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What_Shall_We_Do_Now%3F
  • Type: Thing, MusicComposition
  • Result Score: 0.00

Andy Roberts

Musician

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