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Roger Waters
June 11, 2000
Starplex (now Smirnoff), Dallas, TX

Concert Review by Paul Ridenour

"In the Flesh" tour featured some of the same guys that were with Pink Floyd in concert during "The Wall" concerts in the early 1980s - Los Angeles, New York, London, etc.  The musicians included P.P. Arnold, Doyle Bramhall II, Graham Broad, Jon Carin, Andy Fairweather-Low, Katie Kissoon, Susannah Melvin, Andy Wallace, and Snowy White.  I counted 16 guitars on stage before the concert started.  Simply the best outdoor sound ever, even better than Pink Floyd's 1994 "Pulse" concert.  If you shut your eyes, you were listening to the CD with headphones - it was that clear.  No fancy videos or lighting or special effects, it was all about the music.

Play list (not in exact order):
* worth the price of the ticket

*In The Flesh
*The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
*Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
Mother
Pigs On The Wing (Part 1)
*Dogs - (all 17 minutes - most of the members in the band played cards during the 10 minute keyboard part)
*Welcome To The Machine - (my second favorite Pink Floyd song)
*Wish You Were Here
*Shine On You Crazy Diamond Part 1-7
Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
Speak To Me
*Breathe
*Time
Breathe (Reprise)
*Money
Perfect Sense (Part 1) - (his solo songs are also very good and very Pink Floyd sounding)
Perfect Sense (Part 2)
It's A Miracle - (solo work)
Amused To Death - solo work

Encores

Brain Damage
Eclipse
*Comfortably Numb
Each Small Candle - a new song - not bad