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Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour Offers Stunning Tribute To Prince... Without Saying A Single Word

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour Offers Stunning Tribute To Prince…

Without Saying A Single Word

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour offered a spine-tingling tribute to Prince during a concert at Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday night, but instead of singing or even speaking, he let his guitar do the talking for him. 88 more words


David Gilmour gives tribute to Prince at show

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour paid tribute to fellow fellow legend, Prince during his show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night. 31 more words

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This Sunday go back to the magic of Roger Waters, David Gilmour and friends from the critically acclaimed album ‘The Wall’. Like many British bands before and after them, they unequivocally changed the landscape of music during the past century.   23 more words


Comfortably Numb or All Jacked Up: Prescription Addiction May Lead to Developing Lifestyle Dementia

Prescription addiction is a national problem in the United States. Although there has been some public acknowledgement of its existence in general terms recently, the real scope of how deep and pervasive prescription addiction is in this country is still mostly hidden from public view. 1,095 more words

Lifestyle Dementia

Comfortably Numb

So this is turning in to one of the worst weeks I’ve had in a long time. And I know that this and my last post will make this one my second self pitying post in a row, and I know I haven’t been that popular on here lately. 1,813 more words

Throwback Thursday April 7th, 2016 Pink Floyd- "Comfortably Numb"

Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” was released on their album The Wall on the 30th of November, 1979. “Comfortably Numb” was released as a single on June 23, 1980; “Hey You” was on the B-Side of  the single. 97 more words


Cover Thursday: Pearl Jam (Pink Floyd)- Comfortably Numb

Pink Floyd isn’t an easy band to cover. I’ve heard a lot of bands try to cover them and fall short. Pearl Jam absolutely nailed it. 26 more words

Cover Thursday