Roger Waters’ set at the current year’s Bridge School benefit on Oct. 22 reunite with his old buddies in My Morning Jacket — and a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young” that included a help from Neil Young
You can look at Waters’ Bridge School interpretation of the Dylanclassic in the fan-shot footage above. As Rolling Stone notes, this gig wasn’t the first run through My Morning Jacket served as Waters’ supporting band — they were additionally close by when he played at the Newport Folk Festival in 2015.
“Everlastingly Young” came at the close of a seven-song set that was heavy with Pink Floyd numbers (“Wish You Were Here,” “Mother,” “Vera,” “Bring the Boys Back Home”) additionally made room for the Waters solo cut “The Bravery of Being Out of Range” and a cover of John Prine’s “hello in There.”
Pink Floyd and Corgan have a touch of shared history. At the point when Corgan discharged Smashing Pumpkins’ collection ‘Oceania’, he discussed the impact of another Pink Floydpart, David Gilmour, on his way to deal with playing out the collection live, saying:”We want to play the album and then play some classics to go with it. I have to give some credit to David Gilmour. I saw him on his solo tour in 2006, and he did that. He came out and played a couple of ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ songs. He played his whole new record. Then he did ‘Echoes’, ‘Comfortably Numb’, and all of that stuff. It was awesome.”
Corgan likewise joined Gilmour and Richard Wright for an acoustic execution of ‘Comfortably Numb’ after Pink Floyd’s actuation into the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Game in 1996.
And ‘Forever Young’, the Bob Dylan song covered during the same show, also via YouTube, below: