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Juni ließ David Gilmour seine zuletzt aus Instrumenten bestehende Gitarrensammlung. David Gilmour ist ein Rock Künstler aus London (GB) der am als David Jon Gilmour geboren wurde. Zur Zeit sta3d Uhr David​. David Gilmour Tickets und Karten kaufen auf zavoi.eu | Informationen zu Tourdaten und vieles mehr.

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David Gilmour ist seit unter seinem eigenen Namen nicht mehr live aufgetreten. Das ändert sich Bei den Auftritten mit seiner. David Gilmour in Concert ? Gilmour steht neben Dylan und Pearl Jam im Verdacht auf dem Gelände des Autodromo in Imola. Kirk Hammett: Alles, was David Gilmour spielt, erinnert an Pink Floyd. Am Februar Record Store Day: Neues auf Vinyl von Roger Waters & David Gilmour​. Am Delicate Sound of Thunder ( Remix) (Live) [Vinyl LP]. Live at the​. Juni ließ David Gilmour seine zuletzt aus Instrumenten bestehende Gitarrensammlung. David Gilmour ist ein Rock Künstler aus London (GB) der am als David Jon Gilmour geboren wurde. Zur Zeit sta3d Uhr David​. Als Gitarrist und späterer Leadsänger von Pink Floyd hat David Gilmour Rockgeschichte geschrieben und maßgeblich dazu beigetragen, dass die Band zur. David Gilmour at Los Angeles, CA in Live Stream David Gilmour at Curitiba​, Brazil in Pedreira David Gilmour at New York, NY in Madison Square.

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Chit Chat with Oysters. Mit Nick Mason haben wir ja bereits einen aktiven Floydianer im neuen Jahr! Ich habe seit Jahren den kleinen Bruder Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. He has been named a vice-president of the organisation. Retrieved 28 September Edit Hard Sun Serie obituary Report this obituary. Polly Samson. Behind The Wall". Free LesbenGilmour said that Pink Floyd would likely never tour or write material again. The concert was part of the 'Hidden Gigs' campaign against hidden homelessness, which is organised by Crisisa UK-based national charity campaigning against homelessness.

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Edit Artist. David Gilmour was born on 6th March in Cambridge, the second child of Douglas Gilmour, a senior lecturer in Zoology at the University and Sylvia, a teacher.

Best known as guitarist, vocalist and writer with Pink Floyd , he is also renowned for solo work and collaborations with other artists including Kate Bush , Paul McCartney , and Pete Townshend.

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Show 25 50 Refresh. Crash-Loader DG new album is well, chugging along with it no title yet. So no fear re him not making more music. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Crash-Loader March 24, Report. Well David seems to be selling most, if not all of his guitars for charity, which means Rattle That Lock will probably be his last album.

The guy's been playing guitar since he was 9 years old and has left a great legacy He's a great guy and a great musician. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Classicgeek July 12, Report. I am listening to him from last few years and the all i can say is he got great voice. My Favorite Guitarists by crimsonmetal In , Gilmour said that Pink Floyd would likely never tour or write material again.

He said: "I think enough is enough. I am 60 years old. I don't have the will to work as much any more. Pink Floyd was an important part in my life, I have had a wonderful time, but it's over.

For me it's much less complicated to work alone. Since their Live 8 appearance in , Gilmour has repeatedly said that there will be no Pink Floyd reunion.

With the death of Wright in September , another reunion of the core group members became impossible. It's a shame, but this is the end.

Gilmour has a long-standing association with Roy Harper , who was for a time managed by Pink Floyd's former managers Blackhill Enterprises , recorded for the same label, Harvest Records , and who appeared on the same bill as Pink Floyd at 's Midsummer High Weekend free concert in Hyde Park.

Harper also provided backing vocals on Gilmour's About Face album. Gilmour then asked Harper for lyrics, but rejected those also, deciding not to use the tune on the album after all.

Eventually Harper used his version, "Hope", which has a markedly slower tempo, on his album with Jimmy Page , called Whatever Happened to Jugula?

In the s, Gilmour received a copy of songwriter Kate Bush's demo tape from Ricky Hopper, a mutual friend of both families. Impressed, Gilmour paid for Bush, then 16, to record three professional demo tracks to present to record companies.

By the late s, Gilmour had begun to think that his musical talents were being underused by Pink Floyd. In he channelled his ideas into his first solo album, David Gilmour , which showcased his guitar playing and songwriting.

Music written during the finishing stages of the album, but too late to be used, was incorporated into a song by Waters, which became " Comfortably Numb ", included on The Wall.

Gilmour has recorded four solo studio albums, all four of which have charted in the US Top his first peaked at No. His live albums Live in Gdansk and Live at Pompeii peaked at number 26 and number 45, respectively.

A music video for the latter was created, incorporating Ferry and Gilmour into footage from the film [24] released as a bonus on the "Ultimate Edition" DVD release.

In and , Gilmour performed a total of six acoustic solo concerts in London and Paris, along with a small band and choir, which was documented on the In Concert release.

On 6 March , Gilmour's 60th birthday, he released his third solo album, On an Island. The album featured David Crosby and Graham Nash performing backing vocals on the title-track , Robert Wyatt on cornet and percussion, and Richard Wright on Hammond organ and providing backing vocals.

There were ten shows in the US and Canadian leg of the tour. More shows took place in Europe from July to August in On 10 April , On an Island was certified platinum in Canada, with sales of over , copies.

The concert was held before a crowd of ,, and marked the twenty-sixth anniversary of the founding of the Solidarity trade union.

The concert was part of the 'Hidden Gigs' campaign against hidden homelessness, which is organised by Crisis , a UK-based national charity campaigning against homelessness.

It was produced by long-time Pink Floyd collaborator Chris Thomas. Gilmour released an album with the Orb in entitled Metallic Spheres , [72] on which he co-wrote every track and their subsequent parts, and produced, played guitar and sang.

In , Rolling Stone placed Gilmour at number 14 in a list of the hundred greatest guitarists of all time. Graham Nash and Phil Taylor, Gilmour's guitar technician, both stated that Gilmour was working on a new studio album [74] [75] [76] to be completed during , featuring Nash along with his long-time collaborator David Crosby.

On 29 October , Gilmour told Rolling Stone magazine that his new album was "coming along very well", that "there's a few months work in it yet" and that he is "hoping to get it out this following year" in In addition to the new album, Gilmour confirmed that there would also be a tour, but not a massive date tour, more like an "old man's tour", adding: "There haven't been many discussions about the tour.

But places like Radio City Music Hall sound like the right sort of vibe for me. On 4 March , Gilmour announced a tour of the UK and Europe planned from September to October , his first live tour in nine years, coinciding with the release of his fourth solo studio album.

On 14 November , Gilmour was the subject of the BBC Two documentary David Gilmour: Wider Horizons , which was billed as "an intimate portrait of one of the greatest guitarists and singers of all time, exploring his past and present.

On 31 May , it was announced that Gilmour's new live album and film, Live at Pompeii , which documents the two shows he performed on 7 and 8 July at the Amphitheatre of Pompeii , would be shown at selected cinemas, for one night only, on 13 September.

He also stated that he would tour again when the next album is released. From April , Gilmour appeared in a series of livestreams with his family, performing songs by Syd Barrett and Leonard Cohen.

Its lyrics were written by Samson and features his daughter Romany making her recording debut on backing vocals and harp.

In , Guitar World writer Jimmy Brown said his playing was "characterised by simple, huge-sounding riffs; gutsy, well-paced solos; and rich, ambient chordal textures".

In , Gilmour said: "[My] fingers make a distinctive sound In reality, no matter how well you duplicate the equipment, you will never be able to duplicate the personality.

Gilmour also plays bass, keyboards , banjo , lap steel , mandolin, harmonica, drums, and saxophone. Gilmour said: "Half the time I would play bass on the records because I would tend to do it quicker [than Waters] Rog used to come in and say 'thank you very much' to me once in a while for winning him bass-playing polls.

According to MusicRadar , Gilmour is "a household name among the classic rock crowd, and for a lot of younger guitar fans he's the only s guitarist that matters.

He has been ranked one of the greatest guitarists of all time by publications including Rolling Stone [] [] and The Daily Telegraph. Gilmour is cited by Marillion guitarist Steve Rothery as one of his three main influences.

He has been named a vice-president of the organisation. Gilmour's first marriage was to American-born model and artist Virginia "Ginger" Hasenbein , on 7 July His best man was his teenage friend and Pink Floyd album artwork designer Storm Thorgerson.

Gilmour and Samson have four children: Gilmour's adopted son Charlie born to Samson and Heathcote Williams , [] Joe born , Gabriel born and Romany born Gilmour lives with his family on a farm near Wisborough Green , Sussex, and also has a home at Hove.

Gilmour is an experienced pilot and aviation enthusiast. Under the aegis of his company, Intrepid Aviation , [24] he amassed a collection of historical aircraft.

He later decided to sell the company, which he had started as a hobby, feeling that it was becoming too commercial for him to handle.

In a BBC interview, he stated: []. Intrepid Aviation was a way for me to make my hobby pay for itself a little bit, but gradually over a few years Intrepid Aviation became a business because you have to be businesslike about it.

Suddenly I found instead of it being a hobby and me enjoying myself, it was a business and so I sold it. I don't have Intrepid Aviation any more.

I just have a nice old biplane that I pop up, wander around the skies in sometimes Gilmour does not believe in an afterlife and is an atheist.

He said that his parents were "Proper Manchester Guardian readers Some of their friends went on the Aldermaston Marches.

Mine never did to my knowledge, but they were both committed to voting for the Labour Party. On 22 May , he won the Ivor Novello Lifetime Contribution Award , recognising his excellence in music writing.

In March Gilmour's parents gave him his first Fender guitar, a white Telecaster , for his 21st birthday. He would use this guitar, which had a white pickguard and a rosewood fretboard, when he joined Pink Floyd in , with one of Syd Barrett 's teles as a spare.

The guitar was originally bought by Gilmour at Manny's Music in New York in , after the band's US tour was prematurely cancelled due to the theft of all its equipment in New Orleans.

Phil Taylor, Gilmour's guitar tech, supervised this release and has written a book on the history of this guitar. The most expensive is the David Gilmour Relic Stratocaster which features the closest copy of wear on the original guitar.

The Strat is a Fender Stratocaster with a white body, maple neck, three-way pick up selector and an unusual gold colour scratch plate and hardware.

It has the serial number ; however, prototypes had been constructed before this one. The origin of the guitar is unknown, and it is unknown whether it is the real Strat because the neck which has the serial number on it could have been taken off the original.

Gilmour also owns an early Stratocaster, believed to predate Fender's commercial release of the model. Throughout his recording career Gilmour has added a different element to his guitar style with his use of steel guitars.

A pair of Jedson steel guitars, as well as a Fender pedal steel, were used frequently in the early s. He also uses a ZB steel model.

Gilmour has played the bass guitar both in the studio and onstage, and has played many bass models including: an Ovation Magnum, a Fender Bass VI , Fender Precision [] and Jazz bass models and a Charvel fretless all used during The Wall recording sessions.

In EMG, Inc. The set included three active pickups, an EXG Guitar Expander for increased treble and bass frequencies, and a SPC presence control to enhance earthiness and mid-range.

The system came pre-wired on a custom hole white pearl pickguard with white knobs. The kit was based on the configuration mounted on Gilmour's red Stratocaster during the Momentary Lapse of Reason and Division Bell tours.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 29 October English musician, member of Pink Floyd.

This article is about the English rock musician.

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He said: "I think enough is enough. I am 60 years old. I don't have the will to work as much any more. Pink Floyd was an important part in my life, I have had a wonderful time, but it's over.

For me it's much less complicated to work alone. Since their Live 8 appearance in , Gilmour has repeatedly said that there will be no Pink Floyd reunion.

With the death of Wright in September , another reunion of the core group members became impossible. It's a shame, but this is the end.

Gilmour has a long-standing association with Roy Harper , who was for a time managed by Pink Floyd's former managers Blackhill Enterprises , recorded for the same label, Harvest Records , and who appeared on the same bill as Pink Floyd at 's Midsummer High Weekend free concert in Hyde Park.

Harper also provided backing vocals on Gilmour's About Face album. Gilmour then asked Harper for lyrics, but rejected those also, deciding not to use the tune on the album after all.

Eventually Harper used his version, "Hope", which has a markedly slower tempo, on his album with Jimmy Page , called Whatever Happened to Jugula?

In the s, Gilmour received a copy of songwriter Kate Bush's demo tape from Ricky Hopper, a mutual friend of both families. Impressed, Gilmour paid for Bush, then 16, to record three professional demo tracks to present to record companies.

By the late s, Gilmour had begun to think that his musical talents were being underused by Pink Floyd. In he channelled his ideas into his first solo album, David Gilmour , which showcased his guitar playing and songwriting.

Music written during the finishing stages of the album, but too late to be used, was incorporated into a song by Waters, which became " Comfortably Numb ", included on The Wall.

Gilmour has recorded four solo studio albums, all four of which have charted in the US Top his first peaked at No. His live albums Live in Gdansk and Live at Pompeii peaked at number 26 and number 45, respectively.

A music video for the latter was created, incorporating Ferry and Gilmour into footage from the film [24] released as a bonus on the "Ultimate Edition" DVD release.

In and , Gilmour performed a total of six acoustic solo concerts in London and Paris, along with a small band and choir, which was documented on the In Concert release.

On 6 March , Gilmour's 60th birthday, he released his third solo album, On an Island. The album featured David Crosby and Graham Nash performing backing vocals on the title-track , Robert Wyatt on cornet and percussion, and Richard Wright on Hammond organ and providing backing vocals.

There were ten shows in the US and Canadian leg of the tour. More shows took place in Europe from July to August in On 10 April , On an Island was certified platinum in Canada, with sales of over , copies.

The concert was held before a crowd of ,, and marked the twenty-sixth anniversary of the founding of the Solidarity trade union.

The concert was part of the 'Hidden Gigs' campaign against hidden homelessness, which is organised by Crisis , a UK-based national charity campaigning against homelessness.

It was produced by long-time Pink Floyd collaborator Chris Thomas. Gilmour released an album with the Orb in entitled Metallic Spheres , [72] on which he co-wrote every track and their subsequent parts, and produced, played guitar and sang.

In , Rolling Stone placed Gilmour at number 14 in a list of the hundred greatest guitarists of all time.

Graham Nash and Phil Taylor, Gilmour's guitar technician, both stated that Gilmour was working on a new studio album [74] [75] [76] to be completed during , featuring Nash along with his long-time collaborator David Crosby.

On 29 October , Gilmour told Rolling Stone magazine that his new album was "coming along very well", that "there's a few months work in it yet" and that he is "hoping to get it out this following year" in In addition to the new album, Gilmour confirmed that there would also be a tour, but not a massive date tour, more like an "old man's tour", adding: "There haven't been many discussions about the tour.

But places like Radio City Music Hall sound like the right sort of vibe for me. On 4 March , Gilmour announced a tour of the UK and Europe planned from September to October , his first live tour in nine years, coinciding with the release of his fourth solo studio album.

On 14 November , Gilmour was the subject of the BBC Two documentary David Gilmour: Wider Horizons , which was billed as "an intimate portrait of one of the greatest guitarists and singers of all time, exploring his past and present.

On 31 May , it was announced that Gilmour's new live album and film, Live at Pompeii , which documents the two shows he performed on 7 and 8 July at the Amphitheatre of Pompeii , would be shown at selected cinemas, for one night only, on 13 September.

He also stated that he would tour again when the next album is released. From April , Gilmour appeared in a series of livestreams with his family, performing songs by Syd Barrett and Leonard Cohen.

Its lyrics were written by Samson and features his daughter Romany making her recording debut on backing vocals and harp. In , Guitar World writer Jimmy Brown said his playing was "characterised by simple, huge-sounding riffs; gutsy, well-paced solos; and rich, ambient chordal textures".

In , Gilmour said: "[My] fingers make a distinctive sound In reality, no matter how well you duplicate the equipment, you will never be able to duplicate the personality.

Gilmour also plays bass, keyboards , banjo , lap steel , mandolin, harmonica, drums, and saxophone. Gilmour said: "Half the time I would play bass on the records because I would tend to do it quicker [than Waters] Rog used to come in and say 'thank you very much' to me once in a while for winning him bass-playing polls.

According to MusicRadar , Gilmour is "a household name among the classic rock crowd, and for a lot of younger guitar fans he's the only s guitarist that matters.

He has been ranked one of the greatest guitarists of all time by publications including Rolling Stone [] [] and The Daily Telegraph.

Gilmour is cited by Marillion guitarist Steve Rothery as one of his three main influences. He has been named a vice-president of the organisation.

Gilmour's first marriage was to American-born model and artist Virginia "Ginger" Hasenbein , on 7 July His best man was his teenage friend and Pink Floyd album artwork designer Storm Thorgerson.

Gilmour and Samson have four children: Gilmour's adopted son Charlie born to Samson and Heathcote Williams , [] Joe born , Gabriel born and Romany born Gilmour lives with his family on a farm near Wisborough Green , Sussex, and also has a home at Hove.

Gilmour is an experienced pilot and aviation enthusiast. Under the aegis of his company, Intrepid Aviation , [24] he amassed a collection of historical aircraft.

He later decided to sell the company, which he had started as a hobby, feeling that it was becoming too commercial for him to handle.

In a BBC interview, he stated: []. Intrepid Aviation was a way for me to make my hobby pay for itself a little bit, but gradually over a few years Intrepid Aviation became a business because you have to be businesslike about it.

Suddenly I found instead of it being a hobby and me enjoying myself, it was a business and so I sold it. I don't have Intrepid Aviation any more.

I just have a nice old biplane that I pop up, wander around the skies in sometimes Gilmour does not believe in an afterlife and is an atheist.

He said that his parents were "Proper Manchester Guardian readers Some of their friends went on the Aldermaston Marches.

Mine never did to my knowledge, but they were both committed to voting for the Labour Party. On 22 May , he won the Ivor Novello Lifetime Contribution Award , recognising his excellence in music writing.

In March Gilmour's parents gave him his first Fender guitar, a white Telecaster , for his 21st birthday. He would use this guitar, which had a white pickguard and a rosewood fretboard, when he joined Pink Floyd in , with one of Syd Barrett 's teles as a spare.

The guitar was originally bought by Gilmour at Manny's Music in New York in , after the band's US tour was prematurely cancelled due to the theft of all its equipment in New Orleans.

Phil Taylor, Gilmour's guitar tech, supervised this release and has written a book on the history of this guitar. The most expensive is the David Gilmour Relic Stratocaster which features the closest copy of wear on the original guitar.

The Strat is a Fender Stratocaster with a white body, maple neck, three-way pick up selector and an unusual gold colour scratch plate and hardware.

It has the serial number ; however, prototypes had been constructed before this one. The origin of the guitar is unknown, and it is unknown whether it is the real Strat because the neck which has the serial number on it could have been taken off the original.

Gilmour also owns an early Stratocaster, believed to predate Fender's commercial release of the model. Throughout his recording career Gilmour has added a different element to his guitar style with his use of steel guitars.

A pair of Jedson steel guitars, as well as a Fender pedal steel, were used frequently in the early s. He also uses a ZB steel model. Gilmour has played the bass guitar both in the studio and onstage, and has played many bass models including: an Ovation Magnum, a Fender Bass VI , Fender Precision [] and Jazz bass models and a Charvel fretless all used during The Wall recording sessions.

In EMG, Inc. The set included three active pickups, an EXG Guitar Expander for increased treble and bass frequencies, and a SPC presence control to enhance earthiness and mid-range.

The system came pre-wired on a custom hole white pearl pickguard with white knobs. The kit was based on the configuration mounted on Gilmour's red Stratocaster during the Momentary Lapse of Reason and Division Bell tours.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 29 October English musician, member of Pink Floyd. This article is about the English rock musician.

For his eponymous album, see David Gilmour album. For the American jazz guitarist, see David Gilmore. For other people named David Gilmour, see David Gilmour disambiguation.

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