'Delicate Sound of Thunder' by Pink Floyd was recorded in New York in 1988. It was the prog-pop behemoths' first completely live album and is notable for being taped during their first tour without founding bass player Roger Waters. The album melds the old and the new with classics from their back catalogue and songs from their 1987 album 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason' - which, incidentally, is a phrase that comes into my mind whenever I find myself listening to Pink Floyd's music.
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