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Great tune. Was good in '86, and holds up 32 years later. I saw Moe with his old Edmonton band, Troc 59, slinging a Rickenbacker 620, somewhere around '82. It was clear he had star potential.
One of the catchiest tunes ever written.
 
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An acoustic version of a Todd Rundgren tune from the '70s that holds up exceedingly well in this form. The player makes a LOT of guitar-face, but every grimace is earned. The chords are just so damn beautiful, alternating between heartbreaking and hopeful. I wish this was my lullaby every night.

 

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My favourite Gilmour solo period. Not exactly cheery, but...the vibrato is beautiful.

Shorter, less dramatic than Comfortably numb....but dang really feels emotive to me.

Solo starts at approximately 3:20.

 

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My favourite Gilmour solo period. Not exactly cheery, but...the vibrato is beautiful.

Shorter, less dramatic than Comfortably numb....but dang really feels emotive to me.

Solo starts at approximately 3:20.

That just transports me to a simpler time of my life. Deja vu, nostalgia, and dementia in a strange mix.
 
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