It was pretty amazing live. As was the rest of the show with the expanding center-of-venue screens. Waters puts out some of the best theatrics in the business.Just finished watching this and I have to say, the prism effect during Brain Damage / Eclipse is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen in a rock show.
Is The Wall available as a 5.1 surround ?I just got this in recently. I watched 5 tracks so far in Atmos (One of These days until it got to Deja Vu) . The sound quality is good, but there wasn't a whole lot of discrete stuff going on in the surround speakers most of the time (very forward presentation). There were some sound effects, ambience and the crowd. I noticed a bit on the ceiling once. It looks like the production was pretty impressive (compared to the bubble slides I got when I saw him live during the first year of the "In the Flesh" tour. I think I missed the unique look of Mr. Screen, though. The two backup singers head insane amounts of makeup around their eyes and wigs on. I couldn't tell what they looked like for real (always like the Robert Palmer dressed style backup singers on Delicate Sound of Thunder). I'll try to watch the rest soon.
I've also got The Wall in Atmos on order. I saw part of it on TV before and I don't like how they interrupt the concert to show documentary stuff. They could have at least had a branching effect for the full concert like Nick Mason and David Gilmour's more recent concerts had, but I've read good things about the Atmos on it. It seems these are running low on stock. I had to order The Wall from the UK to avoid paying over $45. (about $20 shipped from UK), but that means no 4K digital copy in the US from iTunes (which oddly has 4K but no Atmos for both it and Us & Them).
Thanks, guess I’m just getting excited that I’ve heard there might be a “Middle Years” box with Meddle, Animals and The Wall all in 5.1 soon! Heard a pod cast of James Guthrie has got together with Roger during these Isolation days.Nah Rob, not the Pink Floyd album itself, at least not yet...........instead, the Roger Waters concert film, The Wall is what he is talking about .......but yeah the concert film is