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    A nice selection of Pink Floyd related cover art can be found here.
    The HRV folder is here.

    Does anyone know who owns the site? I'd be interested in filling in some of the gaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnalogKidAV View Post
    Just curious - can anyone provide the track listing for HRV DVD 012 - "David Gilmour Video Anthology Volume Two"? Thanks.
    Sure! Sorry it's not allowed to be downloaded, but heres the track listing.
    Last edited by jasonritter7; 04-17-2016 at 11:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrester View Post
    A nice selection of Pink Floyd related cover art can be found here.
    The HRV folder is here.

    Does anyone know who owns the site? I'd be interested in filling in some of the gaps.
    Thanks! Do you mean the owner of the Harvested Site or the one you just shared with me? Unfortunately the site you just shared with me is missing the art from the later dvd and bluray releases just like the harvested website. It seems like the site was ran by Roonton, but I don't really know how active he is. Couldn't hurt to try to contact him though, that is if youre talking about the harvested site

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonritter7 View Post
    Thanks! Do you mean the owner of the Harvested Site or the one you just shared with me? Unfortunately the site you just shared with me is missing the art from the later dvd and bluray releases just like the harvested website. It seems like the site was ran by Roonton, but I don't really know how active he is. Couldn't hurt to try to contact him though, that is if youre talking about the harvested site
    Harvested.org, the official site with links to all artwork has been taken down. I don't know who owns and created this back-up website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnalogKidAV View Post
    Just curious - can anyone provide the track listing for HRV DVD 012 - "David Gilmour Video Anthology Volume Two"? Thanks.
    From the HRV DVD notes:
    Track listing as follows:

    "LOVE ON THE AIR"
    The Academy, Brixton, London
    (with Pete Townsend's Deep End)
    1 November 1985
    Source: VHS official release

    "RUN LIKE HELL", "OUT OF THE BLUE", "COMFORTABLY NUMB"
    Royal Albert Hall, London
    Columbian Volcano Relief Benefit
    9 February 1986
    Source: Laserdisc

    "AH, ROBERTSON IT'S YOU" (aka "Song For My Sara")
    Saturday Night Live, NBC Studios, New York City
    12 DEcember 1987
    Source: VHS master from rebroadcast

    "DEEP IN THE BLUES"
    Les Paul Tribute Concert
    Brooklyn Academy of Music, New Yprk
    18 August 1988
    Source: Laserdisc

    "THE DIRTY JOBS"
    (with The Who)
    The Prince's Trust Concert
    Hyde Park, London
    29 June 1996
    Source: S-VHS master from HBO broadcast

    "ON THE TURNING AWAY"
    Amnesty International 30th Anniversary
    Central TV Nottingham Studios, London
    28 December 1991
    Source: DVD official release (PAL)

    "DON'T"
    Tribute to Lieber & Stoller
    Nordoff Robbins Benefit Concert
    Hammersmith Apollo, London
    29 June 2001
    Source: DVD official release

    "SMILE"
    Robert Wyatt's Meltdown
    Royal Festival Hall, London
    22 June 2001
    Source: DVD official release

    "MAROONED", "COMING BACK TO LIFE", "SORROW"
    Fender Stratocaster 50th Anniversary
    Wembley Arena, London
    24 September 2004
    Source: DVD official release

    "SHINE ON YOU CRAZY DIAMOND"
    Mermaid Theater, London
    7 March 2006
    Source: MPEG-2 master from PAL broadcast

    "ON AN ISLAND"
    Later with Jools Holland
    BBC Theater, London
    23 May 2006
    Source: MPEG-2 master from PAL broadcast

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    HRV DVD 007, 008 and 011 have been added. Thanks to mr fender and snagu for adding them to the tracker!

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    Thank you!

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    I managed to get hold of a copy of Island Broadcasts before the official release(s). It is a very nice compilation.

    What I totally missed was DGVA Vol. 2. I've got most, if not all, the individual clips on official releases, but I missed out on the HRV experience on that one. Still regret it to this day - the one missing brick in my collection!

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    DVDs 017 and 018 have been added! Thanks Mr. Fender for uploading them.

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    I was going to post HRVDVD13 - Berlin Wall Rehearsals but it is comprised of 3 discs for a total of 11 gigs. Should I post each disc separately or as one big one download? I would like to accommodate as many people as possible and maybe it's easier to do three separate torrents. Any thoughts from the peanut gallery?
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