Great Guitar Solos – Pink Floyd Plays Sorrow Live on P*U*L*S*E*

More David Gilmour because… well… it’s David Gilmour…

This is from the P*U*L*S*E* DVD (that entire show is a treasure trove of amazing solos, to be honest). It’s the song “Sorrow”, from their 1987 album A Momentary Lapse of Reason.

The song opens with a guitar solo, which ends at 3:15. The second solo starts at 3:57 and ends at 4:26. The third solo starts at 5:11 and ends at 5:31, which starts a very short ambient section. The final solo starts at 6:57, which closes out the song.

Special thanks to VolcanoMan in the comments on my last GGS post for suggesting this one…



  1. fredex says

    In 1988 [long time ago] Floyd played “Momentary Lapse of Reason” in my home city -- I’m looking at the ticket now -- and before the concert I was scared shitless.
    It was my first Pink Floyd live concert and I was worried that they could not replicate the studio sound live.
    They did, with just enough variations to further impress.
    The perfect concert.

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