I’d like to clear up some confusion regarding the way your comments are displayed.
I’ve received many messages informing me that your messages have being incorrectly credited. Please note that this is not the case.
Your name appears after your comment. You’ll notice that the first entry shows the daily blog, which is underlined, with the name (in this case, Features Editor) appearing afterwards. This trend continues for all your comments.
I apologise for any confusion that this may have caused you and am happy to clarify this matter.
There were some very interesting comments yesterday with regards to eBay, with a mixture of views expressed.
It seems that many of you support the sale of tickets on eBay and raised several valid points to support your stance.
Thanks to everyone who stated their point of view on this controversial topic. I appreciate both sides of the argument and enjoyed reading your opinions.
We will also be considering your points about the sale of tickets to see David in concert. Thank you for letting us know how you found this experience. This is important to us.
One of Polly’s photographs will be here tomorrow and I will also be revealing another surprise contributor to ‘On an Island’, so don’t miss that. Feel free to hazard wild guesses if you want to. They might make me laugh.
I’ll leave you with another instalment in the seemingly never-ending ‘Five favourites’ chart.
062. What Do You Want From Me
063. More Blues
064. Cry From The Street *
064. The Dogs of War *
066. Obscured By Clouds *
066. Welcome To The Machine *
068. A Great Day For Freedom
070. Atom Heart Mother
071. The Gold, It’s In The… *
071. The Great Gig In The Sky *
071. Is There Anybody Out There? *
071. See Emily Play *
071. Terminal Frost *
076. Signs of Life *
077. Arnold Layne *
077. Embryo *
077. Interstellar Overdrive *
* Equal number of votes polled. Alphabetical order, not preference, dictates a song’s order in the chart.
It’s good to see ‘Smile’ listed so highly as a new song among so many established tracks. ‘Smile’ will be on David’s new album, although it sounds quite different to how you’ll remember it from 2001’s Meltdown and the 2002 shows in London and Paris. If you saw David’s appearance on ‘Three Men in a Boat’ recently, then you got to hear a brief snippet of it.
There are lots of instrumentals in this chart, you surely will have noticed. ‘Atom Heart Mother’ is an intriguing prospect, as is ‘Interstellar Overdrive’.
Do let us know what you think of the list so far. Is there anything missing?