Sensory Overload

Show #83 Release date: 27. April, 2007

At the end of one of my older podcasts, I quickly gave my cell phone number.   Nobody noticed and months went by until a gentleman from Philadelphia called me up.  He left a message and in the message he mentioned something that sparked the entire reason for this podcast.  He shares with us his experience “seeing” Pink Floyd play live at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, 2. June, 1994.  This one’s doctored up for super sound.

Kicking Around On A Piece of Ground In Your Home Town

Show #45, Release Date: 2. December, 2005
(Original Show #8, Air Date: 15. May, 2004)

Pink Floyd, Foxboro, Ma., 19. May 1994.  It was a cold, damp, drizzily “English” Thursday evening, typical Spring weather for May and perfect weather for a Pink Floyd show. It was the second night during their three night stay in the Boston area. It was Section B2, 19th Row (15 feet in front of the soundboard), Seat 19 (center stage). WOW! It was truly an incredible sensory overload.

The day after the concert, the sun was shining bright with few clouds in the sky, yet it was quite windy. Nonetheless, Pink Floyd’s airship The Division Belle made a rare appearance.