Pink Floyd's live rendition of "The Wall" performed throughout 1980 and 1981 ranks as some of the most spectacular shows ever to be performed in front of an audience. The initial intent of director Alan Parker and Pink Floyd along with Illustrator Gerald Scarfe was to include live footage of "The Wall" shows into the movie version of "The Wall" and some shows were filmed for that specific purpose. But after several screen tests, Roger Waters was removed from the starring role and was replaced with the punk musician Bob Geldof. Since Waters was no longer in the starring role, it no longer made sense for the feature to include Pink Floyd footage, so the live film aspect was dropped. The footage culled from the five Wall concerts at Earl's Court from 13-17 June 1981 that were held specifically for filming was deemed unusable also for technical reasons as the fast Panavision lenses needed for the low light levels turned out to have insufficient resolution for the movie screen. BUT NOW WE HAVE IT HERE. And until something like this is released officially (if ever). We hope you enjoy this concert for it's historic value since we at Tommygun Video figure 30 years is long enough to wait.
Here's a video clip:
"thanks everything ,dumb cusstoms held up the delivery"