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He mentioned in that article he'd play new tunes plus some from his "more familiar repetoire". Gilmour penned Floyd tunes?

Here is what David Gilmour performed on 'David Gilmour In Concert':

DVD. Released: 2003

Launch the 'David Gilmour In Concert' QuickTime player to view 2 full tracks and 4 clips from the DVD.

Meltdown Concert

1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts 1-5 (Gilmour / Waters / Wright)

2. Terrapin (Barrett)

3. Fat Old Sun (Gilmour)

4. Coming Back To Life (Gilmour)

5. High Hopes (Gilmour / Samson)

6. Je Crois Entendre Encore (Bizet)

7. Smile (Gilmour / Samson)

8. Wish You Were Here (Gilmour / Waters)

9. Comfortably Numb (Gilmour / Waters)

10. Dimming Of The Day (Thompson)

11. Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts 6-8 (Gilmour / Waters / Wright)

12. A Great Day For Freedom (Gilmour / Samson)

13. Hushabye Mountain (Sherman / Sherman)

Royal Festival Hall Concert 2002

14. Dominoes (Barrett)

15. Breakthrough (Wright / Moore)

16. Comfortably Numb with Bob Geldof (Gilmour / Waters)

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Friday 27th Jan 2006: Band members confirmed for ‘On An Island’ tour David Gilmour has assembled a brilliant band of world renowned musicians, who will join him to play the sell-out 25 date ‘On An Island’ tour. The tour, David’s first since the record-breaking 1994 Pink Floyd Division Bell tour, starts in Europe in March, goes to North America in April and returns to the UK at the end of May. ‘On An Island’, the wonderful new album, is released on 6 March 2006.

The musicians in David Gilmour’s band are:

Phil Manzanera - Roxy Music guitarist and co-producer of ‘On An Island’

Richard Wright - Pink Floyd’s keyboard player

Guy Pratt - bass player with Pink Floyd and Roxy Music

Jon Carin - keyboards and longtime player with Pink Floyd

Steve DiStanislao - drums, recently played with Crosby & Nash

The concert set-list is still to be decided but is likely to combine David’s favourite Pink Floyd tracks with tracks from ‘On An Island’.

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Friday 27th Jan 2006: Band members confirmed for ‘On An Island’ tour David Gilmour has assembled a brilliant band of world renowned musicians, who will join him to play the sell-out 25 date ‘On An Island’ tour. The tour, David’s first since the record-breaking 1994 Pink Floyd Division Bell tour, starts in Europe in March, goes to North America in April and returns to the UK at the end of May. ‘On An Island’, the wonderful new album, is released on 6 March 2006.

The musicians in David Gilmour’s band are:

Phil Manzanera - Roxy Music guitarist and co-producer of ‘On An Island’

Richard Wright - Pink Floyd’s keyboard player

Guy Pratt - bass player with Pink Floyd and Roxy Music

Jon Carin - keyboards and longtime player with Pink Floyd

Steve DiStanislao - drums, recently played with Crosby & Nash

The concert set-list is still to be decided but is likely to combine David’s favourite Pink Floyd tracks with tracks from ‘On An Island’.

Rick Wright, sweet! Jon Carin, even sweeter! He's on the Roger Waters In The Flesh DVD, playing keyboards mainly, but also acoustic guitar and lap steel. Great multi-instrumentalist, great singer too.

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In an almost Spinal Tap turn of events, it appears that in the year 2006, Pink Floyd fans can go see David Gilmour with special guest Richard Wright this Spring, and may get to see Roger Waters with special guest Nick Mason this Summer.

Waters - with his enormous English balls - is slowly announcing his Summer 2006 European tour in which he will play "Dark Side Of The Moon" in its' entirety. Over in the Pink Floyd rumour world, the next step is the offficial announcement of Mason as drummer. see: www.rogerwaters2006.com

These cats really don't like each other. What a fascinating, if frustrating, story Pink Floyd's is.

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