David Gilmour in Concert is a DVD of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour's solo concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London in June 2001, as part of the Robert Wyatt-curated Meltdown festival. It also features additional footage recorded during three concerts at the same venue in January 2002. The track selection includes several Pink Floyd compositions in addition to Gilmour's solo works. Guest appearances are made by Floyd colleague Richard Wright, as well as Robert Wyatt and Bob Geldof. It includes the first ever performance of "Smile" a track of Gilmour's third solo album "On an Island"(2006). [Meltdown:] 01 Shine On You Crazy Diamond 02 Terrapin 03 Fat Old Sun 04 Coming Back To Life 05 High Hopes 06 Je Crois Entendre Encore 07 Smile 08 Wish You Were Here 09 Comfortably Numb 10 Dimming Of The Day 11 Shine On You Crazy Diamond 12 A Great Day For Freedom 13 Hushabye Mountain [Royal Festival Hall:] 14 Dominoes 15 Breakthrough 16 Comfortably Numb
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