The first thing you noticed as you walked through the halls was the dense, nearly physical cloud of weed wafting around you. He played a nearly identical set list at all of the shows — mixing 14 Pink Floyd favorites with seven Rattle That Lock selections, a splash of On an Island and an intermission for the perfect cocktail — but it was a winning combination that wowed the Big Apple on the last date of the tour. Although the year-old rarely spoke to the audience, other than for the occasional thank you and to introduce his piece band, the night seemed like a celebration of nearly 50 years of cosmic rock. The show began with three Rattle That Lock tunes, which found the screen projecting gritty Wall -like animations, as the band settled into its groove. Gilmour voice sounded as it did on the original — husky, sandpapery, weathered — as he mouthed notes along with the acoustic guitar solo. But the times Gilmour indulged the Great Ghost of Pink Floyd, picking songs from nearly every decade of its existence, the audience audibly and visibly swelled. A stratus cloud of smoke dry ice? Meanwhile, Waters has staged his own stunning productions of The Wall and Dark Side hundreds of times.
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The song is about a shell-shocked soldier who lost his leg in World War II. He is described as having a medal of "orange, red and blue", which may be a reference to the Burma Star. It is the first mention of war in a Pink Floyd song, something that would become a common theme in Roger Waters' lyrics, Roger having lost his father thus in It's somewhat sarcastic—the idea of the wooden leg being something you won in the war, like a trophy. Been meaning to speak to you. About that leg of yours! You're excused parade from now on! It is possible that the main character got his name after Thaddeus von Clegg , a German clockmaker, who invented the kazoo in the s. Although the song was never performed live, two videos of the song exist.
January 28th is known as National Kazoo Day , a day to celebrate one of the most accessible and underrated instruments of all time. Requiring no training, anyone can rock a kazoo by simply humming into the instrument. To celebrate this zippy little underdog of the instrument family, here are some examples of kazoos featured in songs from massively influential artists! This track, one of many bouncy multi-instrumental compositions on this multi-colored wonderland of an album, features a very important kazoo moment. While this song also featured mouth percussion and other strange choices, not to mention its curious subject matter Paul McCartney falling for a meter maid who gave him a parking ticket , the seamless deployment of the kazoo cemented the instrument in the discography of the greatest pop ensemble of all time.