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Well done also to Gabrielle, Graham and Marko, for totalling an impressive six, and to Chantelle, Chris Parkinson, Piergiorgio, Tim Taylor and Tomasz – who correctly guessed a slightly less impressive, but still honourable, five.
Thank you all for playing along.
Today’s picture is one of Polly’s, this one taken during rehearsals at Bray Studios last May.
Keep reading for the latest of Phil’s Q&A, which I’m glad you’re enjoying.
You and the band seemed very relaxed during the ‘On an Island’ tour: a lot of laughing during the concerts, a lot of eye contact between you and David. He always watched over to you when you played your solo for the ‘On an Island’ track. Is there one funny moment you remember with pleasure? (Werner)
Yes, when he performed ‘On the Turning Away’, a track that Stevie and I had never rehearsed and that Guy hadn’t played for 14 years. Not exactly a pleasurable moment, but one that certainly I’ll remember!
I’d like to know what do you think of the band, especially of Stevie and Guy? (Emilio)
I love them all.
Do you do any kind of warm up before going on stage? I know you do a sound check, but I mean just before you step out. (Robyn S)
Highly recommended, but don’t. The group hug that Madonna does is not really our style!
What was your favourite destination on the Gilmour tour and why? (Simon J)
Venice. It’s like going back in time and there is something very ‘otherworldly’ about it – and appropriate for the tour, as we were literally ‘On an Island’.
If every band member on the tour was given the opportunity to suggest a venue/city for the tour schedule, where would you have suggested (regardless of the venue capacity)? (Tom B)
The Malekon, Havana – next to the Nacional Hotel.