Is There Anybody Out There
Pink Floyd live
The deluxe package was released by EMI on March 27, 2000.
The 'standard' edition was released by EMI on April 10, 2000.
US release: on April 18, 2000 by Columbia Records.
The CD is released in a double jewel box, but also in deluxe six-by-eleven-inch edition designed by Storm Thorgerson.
The CD includes two tracks titled 'MC/Atmo'. MC is short for 'Master of Ceremonies/Atmosphere'. The 'Master' was the spoken words before the shows started. A lot of people were provoked by the MC but he was actually a scripted part of the show.
'The Last Few Bricks' is a new title for the instrumental piece that
was played close to the end of part one allowing the stagehands to complete
the construction of the wall. The piece is a 'medley' made up from other
songs from the show and was earlier called 'Almost
In The Flesh?
The Thin Ice
Another Brick In The Wall, part one
The Happiest Days of our lives
Another Brick In The Wall, part two
Goodbye Blue Sky
What Shall We Do Now
One Of My Turns
Don't Leave me now
Another Brick In The Wall, part three
The Last Few Bricks
Goodbye Cruel World
Is There Anybody Out There?
Bring the Boys Back Home
The Show Must Go On
In The Flesh
Run Like Hell
Waiting For The Worms
Outside the Wall
Additional musicians/the surrogate band:
Andy Bown (bass)
Snowy White (guitar 1980)
Andy Roberts (guitar 1981)
Willie Wilson (drums)
Peter Wood (keyboards)
John Joyce, Stan Farber, Jim Haas, Joe Chemay (backing vocals)
Gary Yudman (Master of Ceremonies)
Recorded live in London on 48-track in August 1980 and June 1981.
Rcorded by Doug Hopkins and James Guthrie
Album produced and mixed by James Guthrie. Assitant engineer: Joel Plante
Artwork and booklet: Storm Thorgerson
The Wall Show:
Written and driected by Roger Waters
Musical director: David Gilmour
Stage Design: Mark Fisher, Jonathan Park
Art direction: Gerald Scarfe
Sound Mixing: James Guthrie
Sound company: Brittania Row Audio Inc.
FOH Engineers: Greg Walsh, Rick Hart
Monitor Engineer: Seth Goldman
Sound Crew Chief: Robbie Williams
Sound Crew: Chas Braithwaite, Nigel Taylor, Gerry Fradley, Jerry Wing, Stev Bator, Robin Fox, Eric Barnes, Andy Quigley, Mike Johnson, Kevin McCaffrey
Band Equipment Chief: Phil Taylor
Band Eqipment Crew: Keith Lamon, Paul Riordan, Mike Collins, Mike Rodgers, Colin Lyon, Clive Brooks
Lighting Company: Brittania Row Lighting Inc.
Lighting Designer: Marc Brickman
Lighting Crew Chief: Graeme Fleming
Lighting Crew: Mick Treadwell, Jed Frost, Graham "Oz" Osbourne, Roger Measham, Jethro Anderson, Giles Gibson
Design & Direction: Gerald Scarfe
Assistant Director: Michael Stuart
Assistant Art Director: Jill Brooks
Animation: Michael Stuart, Bill Magee, Greg Miller, Chris Caunter
Trace and paint: Sandy Houston
Editing: Tony Fish, Peter Hearn
Camera: Julien Holdaway, Richard Wolf
Production Supervisor: Lance Paul
Projection: Andy Shields
Staging & Set Carpenters: Chris Teuber (for USA), Jeff Page, Don Joce, Pete Crockford, Loopy Lefevre, Paul Winstandley
Wall crew: Jonathan Park, Mark Fisher, Phil Crossland, Craig Stanley, Ricky Newton, Mike Webber, Brian Hunt, Steve Leary, Scott Cowdin
Rigging: Rocky Paulson (for USA), Brent Anderson (for USA), Charlie Boxhall, Les Squire
Wardrobe: Pat Griffiths
Special Thanks: Stanley Miller, Sandra McIntosh, Rosie Ballie, Fiona Fitzherbert
The last few bricks
Pink Floyd 1980
|Is There Anybody Out There
Roger Waters The Wall
Instrumental medley performed at the Wall concerts sometimes known as "Almost Gone". Originally it was flexible in duration and form, containing bits and pieces of themes from the Wall. The main purpose of the piece was to allow time for the 'bricklayers' to finish the stage construction of the the wall during live shows.