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Format: CD
Catalog: RSC 105 CD Oil Well
Misc.: Audience, SIAE - ADD, Volume II, Scancode: 8013013410523
Produced: Made in Italy (P), 5/1995
Date: 711116
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Cover: Color shot of Waters and a shirtless Gilmour looking just off camera as if interupted while playing.
Sources: 16 Nov 1971, Lisner Auditorium, Washington, DC
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       1. One Of These Days                           8:50
       2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene              13:31
       3. Cymbaline                                  12:03
       4. Echoes (Part 1)                            11:59
       5. Echoes (Part 2)                            12:43
          Total Time:                                59:08 
      Roger Waters 
      David Gilmour
      Rick Wright 
      Nick Mason

  • Ex- -CEBBY
Comments: This is Volume II of the set. Volume I is "Fat Old Son". The two comprise the complete 711116 DC show. Track listings are off. ROIO actually opens with OOTD. Tracks 3 - 5 are actually track 4 and ir is...surprise...Echoes. I like this ROIO very much. Better quality production that ROTSON ROIO. - CEBBY

Pretty good stereo audience recording. Very quiet audience.

The tracklist on the rear of the CD is TOTALLY wrong!

Track 1 is listed "Careful With That Axe, Eugene", but it's in fact "One Of These Days" (OOtD was listed on the Volume 1 "Fat Old Sun" ROIO but didn't appear). Track 2 is listed "Cymbaline", but it's "Careful..."! Tracks 3-4 on the tracklist are "Looking Through The Knothole" and "Granny's Wooden Leg". It refers to the strange title Roger Waters once used, to introduce "Echoes" during the Boblingen's show (15 Nov 1972). So all this is very confusing.

Excellent performance! "One Of These Days" is a killer! They played it with an extended part (just before the "One Of These Days I'm Going To Cut You Into Little Pieces" words), Rick playing strange effects with his keyboards. One of the very last live performances for "Cymbaline", never played after 1971. The "footsteps sequence" during "Cymbaline" is the longest I've ever heard, with a laughing woman in the middle. During the last verse, David Gilmour misses some lyrics two times, probably because of something "funny" that made him laugh. "Echoes" is very similar to the "Live At Pompeii" version (the Pompeii's sessions took place one month before, in October 1971). Even the splitting in two parts is the same (part 1 ends just before the "pterodactyls" sounds). -MARC-OLIVIER.

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