David Gilmour In Concert At Royal Festival Hall Concert, 2002
Broadly viewed as one of the best guitarists of the most recent 50 years, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour has appreciated a hugely effective solo profession – one that he’s figured out how to consolidate with his legacy as Pink Floyd’s frontman, and substitution for the late Syd Barrett. This execution highlights Gilmour conveying an amazing version of ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond,’ made renowned by Pink Floyd with their 1975 collection Wish You Were Here and still – without bandmates Roger Waters, Rick Wright and Nick Mason, David makes an execution that would render even the most stoic of individuals only somewhat teary.
Fun Fact: ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’ was composed by Pink Floyd as both a tribute and method for handling Syd Barrett’s mental decrease.
An expert performer, Gilmour kicks things off with an instrumental break including his lap steel guitar, convey a component of soul to the generally Floyd situated show when he all of a sudden wears another guitar and dispatches into the form of ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’ we’re so used to hearing. The additional touch of a symphony behind David makes this tribute to late Pink Floyd guitarist Syd Barrett considerably more piercing, keeping in mind cherishing this execution, it’ll make you miss the foolish young fellow something furious.