The Ultimate Pink Floyd Medley (Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Comfortably Numb, etc.)

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The Ultimate Pink Floyd Medley. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Wish You Were Here), Us and Them (Dark Side of the Moon), Comfortably Numb (The Wall), Eclipse (Dark Side of the Moon), recorded in one take. I do not own the rights to the compositions. Copyrights: Shine on You Crazy Diamond - Label: Harvest (UK) Columbia/CBS (US) Songwriter(s) David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Richard Wright Us and Them - Label: Harvest Songwriter(s) Richard Wright, Roger Waters Comfortably Numb - Label: Harvest (UK) Columbia (US) Songwriter(s): David Gilmour, Roger Waters Eclipse - Label: Harvest Songwriter(s): Roger Waters Recorded live at Weltklang Studios, Plauen, Germany on 10th April 2017. Martin Miller - Guitar & Vocals Felix Lehrmann - Drums Benni Jud - Bass & Vocals Marius Leicht - Keyboards & Vocals Michal Skulski - Saxohone Torsten Solberg - Audio Engineering Johannes Plank - Director Patricia Kaschner - Video Assistant & Camera Chrstian Roscher - Camera Susanne Bartels - Camera Martina Blazeska - Camera Audio mix & video edit - Martin Miller Additional Vocals - Martin Miller, Marius Leicht, Matthias Prokop, Martina Blazeska Additional Guitars - Martin Miller Additional Keyboards - Marius Leicht Thanks to Meinl, Tama, Ibanez and Laney!

Pink Floyd Cover Medley Guitar David Gilmour Rick Wright Roger Waters Nick Mason Shine On Shine On You Crazy Diamond Comfortably Numb Us and Them Eclipse Dark Side of the Moon Live Studio Felix Lehrmann Martin Miller Marius Leicht Benni Jud Best Amazing Shred John Petrucci Dream Theater Guthrie Govan

Martin Miller
Thank you so much everyone for the absolutely overwhelming response from myself and the band! To clarify one thing: We are NOT a Pink Floyd tribute band. We don't try or want to sound like the original recordings. With this session it was our aim to put our own artistic vision into the music, that we love so passionately. I've been a HUGE Gilmour fan since my earliest childhood but I'm also an artist and not a cover musician. To me there is no meaning in replicating something that has already been done to perfection. I hope you listen to our interpretation with open ears and an open mind. Love and long live Floyd, Martin.
Conservative News
Awesome. Drummer overplayed it though, more feeling and less cool licks on the drums would go a long way. That is Floyd.
Steve Edwards
Great interpretation -I've been listening to Pink Floyd for 45 yrs, and this is up there with the best covers. Thanks.
Wow, did not expect those vocals. Awesome!
Guitarrista Católico
Amazing. Hug from Brazil.
tuur de graeve
Am I the only one who likes the ibanez's sound??? It's perfect even though it's not a strat, it sounds fucking massive!
Aaron Owen
Absolutely sick. I'd give up the ten years I played in a band to to pull off what you guys did in that room today. Forget all the humbucker haters- ridiculous. Could understand if this were a Floyd tribute band- seriously, this was so enjoyable to watch. Peace.
For the drummer: LESS IS FECKIN MORE
Colin Mahoney
Sounds great - drummer is a bit busy for my taste. Not very Floyd.
Daniel Komarek
ok, at first when the guitarist started playing different than the original I thought " ok, let him just play a but and see what happens". I'm a Gilmour fan myself and think that covering a song by him should be playing tribute to him and his legendary playing. that said, I also like this version, because everything fits! the instrumentation, the sounds, it fits eachother very well. the drummer isn't playing like Nick Mason, nor is the bassist playing like Waters but it sounds just as good as the original, I think. It's more paying tribute with they own sound than playing exactly as the original. there are too many covers like that allready, so something like that version is just a refresher of the good old stuff. I like it very much, well done guys!
José Damián Bazaga Ruiz
sounds amazing. I have had quite a few really intense moments while listening to this. Pink Floyd are just the best, if you take the time to listen and learn from them...It will supply you with...creativity. And what a singer. That guy sings great and has a unique voice. I dig it.
Mateusz Nakonieczny
Oh wow God damn, so good....
dość wolny
i really like the improv at the end of comfortably numb,sounds excellent. A very modern take on it(in a good way). Very nice, top marks.
Martino Serri
You all are great, except the drummer. Too much unnecessary emphasis.
Giulio Angius
Great performance, really, but the drummer should stop playing 378 notes per second as he was malmsteen's drummer. It just takes away the feeling. Just my two cents
Matthew Oakley
9:30, guitar should be playing haunting arpeggio motif... I thought this was brilliant until 9:30... so sorry you missed the guitar part.
Nick Churchill
So much drummer hate! He's feeling it. They're all feeling it. Leave them be. Well done, a great showcase of your individual talents. Great production guys.
Landon Wilson
Martin, you're going places man. Your talent is insane. With the ability to sing as well, you'll make it. This is absolutely genius.
Mateus Schäffer
Hello, Martin! Do not call those boring Nazis! Anyone with a little bit of intelligence would realize that you've made a beautiful tribute. The whole band, by the way! What interests me most is to see how each musician approaches the work of others. I even feel it in my skin for years, because I also recorded my tribute to Pink Floyd, Beatles etc with my personality, it seems a crime ... :/ Once again, congratulations! It kept the essence and at the same time showed that you are a great guitar player! Greetings from Brazil! If you can, see for yourself my versions, improvisations etc
N Anathean
May the Lord shine on you guys.
1. Not bad but for this song, Ibanez is so muddy that even a 4x4 would be stuck. 2. Vocalist's voice is breathtaking I must say. Is it real or processed? 3. Guitaring from 10:56 - 11:15 is mesmerizing. The harmonic switch at 11:08 was on same tuning/setup or did you do something on you processor?
david maldonado
Its gilmour or joe satriani ?
Dimas Silva
this bass was better than original record
Saar Barak
really great! would have enjoyed it much more if the drummer took it down a notch. your playing Pink Floyd, gotta be more relaxed
Just a minute in, and I'm hooked!
Paper Box
Everyone is way over playing. Make it your own, but understand the music you're playing. This music is meant to breathe and flow. The space is as important as the notes.
Ahmed Uygun
Dude you guys deserve a lot more recognition. Also, impressive how you handled the intro with that much distortion Martin
Stefan m
even though it sounds great, I can't help but cringing every time I hear the overdone drums. to much fills and wrong beats.
Marcelo Ferranti
Damn fucking great!!! But...Why using an Ibanez instead of a single coil guitar, like a Tele or a Strat? This is an offense to the Gilmour tone!
Benjamin Hyneck
Can't believe how much negative comments there are. You guys are feeling these songs and do a brilliant job playing YOUR version. Yes the drummer is going all in as compared to the originals but who fucking cares, it's his interpretation and its fucking beautiful!
John Smith
I was sad that HIMYM ended, but im glad to see Ted Mosby rolling base nowadays!
Romdhi Fatkhur Rozi
Thanks for being 21 minutes satisfaction of my life!! Hello from Indonesia.
Duane Murray
wow, thumbs up from me. Bravo.
Robert Twiddy
DeutcheFloyd!, BritFloyd (Australian really) touring USA at the moment. This is as good and they have been at it longer! Well done, very tight band love it, Go Martin and Co.
Eugenio Carocci
Great Solo in Comfortably Numb!
Joel Ribeiro
Kief Demon
right notes no feels
I, for one, loved the drums here, but I guess the typical Pink Floyd fan doesn't listen to jazz
Anandu Syrus
the drummer is one smooth mothetfucker
Daniel Rutter Films
Gotta put my two cents in and say I friggin love the cover. Drummer didn't over do it (in fact I love that he was visibly enjoying himself). The singer/guitarist took it to a whole other level and of course the rest of the band made it what it was by being as talented as they are. Also a huge shout out to the camera crew for capturing it in an absolutely stunning way. A true pleasure to watch.
brad long
Neil Jones
Absolutely awesome Martin!
Another superb Interpretation of the great Floyd....Martin, you have a fantastic sound, the bass just rips, Keys and drums fit right in....again the mix is excellent... thanks for all the good music I've listened to tonight. Tony LogCabinStudio, Nashville, TN.
fucking brilliant
David Perez
This was no medley, this was shine on you crazy diamond and a few other songs played after
Uragoner too
time for a tour....
Showroom Dummy
Amazing, greetings from Sweden!
Wasn't really a fan of the guitar. Too much textbook playing and not enough musicality or emotion.
Ryan Whitten
Should have used a strat. Doesn't have the soul the way it should. Sounds more like if Dream Theater covered Pink Floyd.
Thank-you for not including Money or Another brick in the Wall in the Medley
it's not PF! it's piece of sheet!
Eric Sandrieser
Too much on guitar. And a lack of feeling.
Amazing band and musicians man...just wow
Frederick Jolio
I'm sorry. It was bad idea
Martin can do anything!
James A
simply mesmerizing!
Alberts stuff
Bass player absolutely SLAYED. Drummer overdid it, keys were awesome, and I bet the vocalist could do a MEAN Bowie! All in all, Excellent 👍👍👍👍
Very good but bass player overplayed. Play the song man, too many fills and accents.
Fantastic \m/
Seppo Innanen
Great performance, like a modernized version of the original stuff
Subscribed without checking any other videos. No need to... My ears thank you
Big Shep
but what about their best song? seamus
Fabian Ratsak
That was amazing guys!!
Scott Jones
The magic in that room is amazing! Infectious! I have goosebumps all over! Absolutely fucking EXCELLENT, Gentlemen!!!
Kflyer FPV
What effects board were you using? You got a great sound of it.
Andree Cadillo
OMFG!! Increíble cover!! me encantó!! hasta se me puso la piel chinita por la emoción
Mário Paulo
I've heard, several versions of these two songs / songs. But with this identity ... never. I work very well. Enjoy always
Zakaria Tlemsamani
Ultimate Medley Indeed ;) Well done guys
Rodrigo Aguiar
The drummer is great! Wonderful performance...all the band! Congratulations.
Bastien Guitariste
Enorme martin !
Jonathan Blanchette
That is some clean guitar playing. Damn...
Jordan Maldonado
What a wonderful cover...!! it really liked me so much. Im proud of Pink Floyd's fans :') Long live to this incredible music!!
This is pretty damn great
Ralf Bergmann
All I have to say, as a recreational musician who was raised in the 80s, and still considers himself to be a mtal head, this moved me to tears. Justv saying...
sanctionsof love
the guitar playing is great but the sound of this guitar is more heavy metal and more muddy than clear , so much muddy it lost the effect of the Yamaha rotating speaker , which is very iconic in the song
Артём Казимирчик
Very Cool! Amazing, Hi from Belarus!
Marcio Vinícios
lindo. amazing!
Holy shit! This could have been played by PF themselves if it wasn't for this masterful, unique sound of these guys. Very impressed, surely one of my all time favourite videos on YT.
Fabien Dolan
Too much distortion. The guitar needs to be cleaner maybe rolling down the volume knob would help. Other than that is was perfect
Antonio Jiménez
Guitarist has not pink floyd style. And not the correct effects and guitar. The rest is so cool.
>has strat at hand >doesn't play strat Everything sounds good and all, but I can't help but feel that after all that effort to get good sound, that Ibanez kind of muddied things up with all those humbuckers. Like, it's accurate enough to play the notes, but there ARE certain songs/artists whose sounds and even feel doesn't properly come out unless on the appropriate instrument. Pink Floyd/David Gilmore are certainly that. Not really meaning to complain, but it's something I couldn't help but think as I watched. All that aside, great performances by everybody :)
Stan Jarvis
How come all those instrumentalists sing that good? :)
Your drummer is very smooth. His work on the snare albeit a lot, adds a (good) different touch to the song. And your bassist - nice work!
How does this not have hundreds of thousands of views Amazing job to everyone involved
Alex Bosch
From a drummer to another: there's no need of this. You don't have to show how skilled you are on every second of the song. Yeah some parts sounds cool but it's too much. Relax and chill.
EPIC music
Thomy De Martino
The Keyboard player : PERFECT !!
Thomy De Martino
Per il batterista : accentui troppo la ritmica incasinando i brani !
Thomy De Martino
GREAT saxophone performer !!
gp Rz
Too bad music industry is in a shitty place right now, otherwise these guys would be topping charts.
Trenton Harris
Amazing job guys, simply amazing. I Love it ! !
Carlos Ramirez
Mike Müllers
Hey great Job, greatings from Germany
Enzo Dalfior Antunes
Really appreciated it, guys! From the dream's keys to those progressive bass lines... Martin, regardless all these haters out there, Ibanez still rules above disclaimers at all!
Nemesio Brito
Not the same as the original version. Almost. And it's very good!
Seth Benton
like it
Platinum Seguranca
the best of the best cover.
Hitashi son
You guys lack soul, something which Pink Floyd had in spades. Masons lazy drumming, waters minimalist approach to bass, and Gilmour carefully choosing his notes on his glowing Strato with it's raw bluesy evergreen sound. This is what sounds *Good* instead we were presented with Joe Satriani Formula1 Guitar shredding, A drummer who were constantly doing as much stuff humanly possible at once, during the entirety of the video, a bassist who is also trying too hard, playing fast melodic patterns. Actually the only guy in the band who were capable of doing Pink Floyd justice were the guy on Keyboard, he sounded *exactly* like Richad Wright, my jaw dropped, when he oppened up the synths in "Shine on" i give him high marks! *When painting a beautiful portrait, it does not matter how fast you paint it, take your time, choose your strokes carefully, be patient.* This also applies to music.
Chris Walter
Very Talented guitarist, however,This guy just butchered the song with his "ole ole look at me" solo. The solo played as it was by Gilmore, and Waters Comfortable numb, was to be left at it lies, as is, for a reason. I don't get the same picture as I do when Gilmore plays it. Yeah I mean this guitarist is very talented, but Gilmore is known for not being that guy who's concerned for reciting fast scales at the top of his head, the picture can't be painted by anyone else but gilmoure's unique work.
Lovely music performed with a modern twist, really enjoyed that!