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Snowy White
with Roger Waters on Tour:



6. September 2006
USA Holmdel NJ
PNC Arts Center

GREG: I attended the show with a good friend of mine, who is also a big Snowy White fan. The sound in the first set was not very clear, but the problem was corrected by the time they resumed for the second set. The entire band was dressed in black as the took the stage around 8:15pm at the PNC Arts center which is located approximately 45 minutes away from downtown New York City.



They played the set list exactly as they did in the European Tour with the exception of "Another Brick in the Wall Part II" which led off the Encore. Roger Waters announced in the beginning that it was his birthday and he couldn't think of a better way of celebrating. The crowd responded by singing happy birthday.



My friend & I were wondering why Snowy did not really take a prominent role as lead guitarist. Was it because he plays a Gibson guitar, where as the other guitar player was used a Fender, replicating more of the David Gilmour sound?

 



Snowy's leads were great in Another Brick in the Wall & Comfortably Numb, except he seemed kind of reserved in his stage presence, where as the other guitarist stood out and more flamboyance.

 


The crowd seemed to mellow during the set of Roger Waters solo work which was the only time they sat down. They brought a small inflatable pig being paraded through the crowd by a couple of stagehands during "Sheep". It was received well by most, but to veteran fans of Pink Floyd, the classic "Zeppelin like Pig" used on previous tours was sorely missed.

 



Overall the concert, which was not only the first stop on the USA tour, but the first of four shows in the New York City area, was well received. The band seemed to enjoy the show as mush as the fans. I hope the rest of the tour goes as well.

Regards

Greg Clancy

[GC| WL | RS...]


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