Pink Floyd - Live 8 - 4K Remastered - Full Concert

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Live 8 was a string of benefit concerts that took place on 2 July 2005, in the G8 states and in South Africa.

There were ten concerts held on 2 July 2005, most of them simultaneously. The first to begin was held at the Makuhari Messe in Japan, with Rize being the first of all the Live 8 performers. During the opening of the Philadelphia concert outside the city's Museum of Art, actor Will Smith led the combined audiences of London, Philadelphia, Berlin, Rome, Paris and Barrie in a synchronised finger snap, meant to represent the death of a child every three seconds in Africa.

Bob Geldof hosted the event at Hyde Park in London, England where he also performed "I Don't Like Mondays". Special guests appeared throughout the concerts. Then-Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates made speeches at the London show, while former South African President Nelson Mandela addressed the crowd in the Johannesburg venue. Guest presenters, ranging from sports stars to comedians, also introduced acts.

Included in the all-star line-up were Pink Floyd, reunited with former frontman Roger Waters for the first time in over 24 years. With the death of keyboardist Richard Wright in 2008, Live 8 was the final time the band's "classic" lineup performed together. The band dedicated "Wish You Were Here" to their absent former member Syd Barrett, who later died in 2006.


00:00 - Speak To Me
00:58 - Breathe (In The Air)
03:50 - Breathe (Reprise)
04:53 - Money
11:39 - Wish You Were Here
16:16 - Comfortably Numb



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