We are still clarifying several points with regards to concert tickets, so please bear with us just a little longer. I haven’t forgotten about your questions and will answer them as soon as I have received answers.
Whilst on the topic of questions, I still get lots about the ‘PULSE’ DVD. As I have already explained, I really cannot answer them as it’s a matter for Pink Floyd’s management, not David’s. I’m afraid that these questions will have to be deleted from now on, as I simply don’t have the time to chase people for answers (more than I do at present).
Incidentally, can any of you think of some interesting questions? I’m absolutely swamped with really boring ones, and I’m sure that the witty among you can whip up something that would make David laugh. He’s getting a bit bored by the same old ones all the time, the poor chap.
Please send them to the address on the FAQs page. I don’t like getting long lists of questions, though. That’s too much hard work.
That said, I did get a good one the other day about the session work that David has done and the contributions he has made to the work of other artists, which got a few brains whirring. What do you think? Let us know your five favourite songs that David has contributed to.
That’s songs by other artists, preferably non-Pink Floyd members.
This time ‘five’ really means five. No second postings, please. Five per person only. Once you’ve named five tracks, any others are going to be deleted. Let’s get some more discipline here, seeing as you respond so well to it.
Yes, that was a joke. Forgive me.
Look, I’ll even start you off. Right off the top of my head:
‘Troubled Soul’ – Sam Brown
‘Love, Pain and Sorrow’ – Snowy White
‘No More Lonely Nights’ – Paul McCartney
‘Twelve Eight Angel’ – Dream Academy
‘Sasha’ – Michael Kamen
Today’s picture is another of Polly’s. Here we have David and co-producer Phil Manzanera, with the orchestra.
Another coming soon with news about tickets.