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    I've heard it and I like it very much! The documentary is also very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by floydfan2410 View Post
    I've heard it and I like it very much! The documentary is also very good
    How long is the orchestral score? How many tracks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixotiz View Post
    How long is the orchestral score? How many tracks?
    Just shy of 22 minutes long, 8 tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottF View Post
    Just shy of 22 minutes long, 8 tracks.
    that's pretty decent! thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixotiz View Post
    Semi-official, in my mind, would be through YouTube/Twitter/Instagram/Facebook/Soundcloud accounts of people associated with the project.

    (For example, Comfortably Numb at the O2 with David Gilmour was made available on YouTube and then taken down to be officially released as a a bonus feature on the Blu-ray.)
    There you have it.
    First it was a publicly available item (a video) released on the artist's own channel in internet.
    Then it was an item released by the artist's record company on a physical medium, available only to those who paid for the disc.

    In both cases it was officially released.

    Just in the first case people didn't have to pay directly to the artist/record label to get it.
    In the second case people had to pay.

    The fact that it was first made public on an open-access website for everybody to get doesn't make it any less official (or, as you say "semi-official") because it retained all rights to the music and lyrics etc. IIRC, that same snippet of CNumb that you mention was taken down from other Youtube channels exactly because of that.

    Problem is that people still think that because it is on the internet "it doesn't belong to anyone". It does.
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    Orwellian levels of self policing going on in here Is it any wonder the lad has kept quiet all this time.


    I think he is merely asking if it is available to listen to online and not necessarily looking to bootleg official released material. tbh I wouldn't mind hearing the orchestral pieces myself...

    What is this documentary? The version I have is interspersed with docu footage following Rog on his journey through France with his kids, Is that the documentary footage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex View Post
    Orwellian levels of self policing going on in here Is it any wonder the lad has kept quiet all this time.


    I think he is merely asking if it is available to listen to online and not necessarily looking to bootleg official released material. tbh I wouldn't mind hearing the orchestral pieces myself...

    What is this documentary? The version I have is interspersed with docu footage following Rog on his journey through France with his kids, Is that the documentary footage?
    Thank you Rex, I appreciate that.

    The documentary I'm referring to was listed on the super deluxe edition page as: A NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE MAKING OF THE TOUR, ONLY AVAILABLE HERE.

    Honestly I never bought into the idea that the movie itself was a "documentary" but that's another topic of discussion.

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    But a discussion on the official quality of a product is always useful. Specially here on Yeeshkul where non official releases are shared.

    Let's consider another different example:

    When in 2007 Radiohead released the "In Rainbows" album, they did it with a different approach, a sort of "honesty box": You downloaded the digital files, and you paid whatever money you wished. Some people downloaded and didn't paid any money, basically getting the album for free. Some other people downloaded and paid any amount of money each. The files were MP3 without DRM. In the store there was also the option of buying a physical copy of the disc, whether CD or vinyl (no freebies this time with the physical medium).

    Which of the "in Rainbows" versions is more official than the other? Which is semi-official? Is more official the MP3 file people paid for, than the exactly identical MP3 file people didn't paid for? Is the CD/Vinyl version more official than the others?

    Not being "orwellian". Just wishing to make some clarity on the language used, as it was apparent from the example given by himself that the original poster thinks that freely available downloads, or freely publicly accessible media are "less official" to him than the physical media you paid for, even if it is the same content. It is clear to me that both are official releases in the same level (just one free and public, the other physical and paid for), and my first statement that it is, or is not. No grey (or "semi") areas here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quixotiz View Post
    Thank you Rex, I appreciate that.

    The documentary I'm referring to was listed on the super deluxe edition page as: A NEW DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE MAKING OF THE TOUR, ONLY AVAILABLE HERE.

    Honestly I never bought into the idea that the movie itself was a "documentary" but that's another topic of discussion.
    I wouldn't call it a documentary necessarily but it stops it from being a music DVD slightly, you cannot really put it on for background music as the flow of the concert is disjointed. Brilliant movie though and the music playing in the background of the road trip is lush in places.


    I have it bought this on CD, DVD, Blu-Ray and on Amazon Prime but never noticed this super duper deluxe edition get released Sure I read a rumour on here a few weeks back that 'Us & Them' is going to get similar treatment from the same production company for a theatrical release of that tour too I wish he would put out the KAOS & P&C tours... At least the audio if there is no compete video footage available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex View Post
    I wish he would put out the KAOS & P&C tours... At least the audio if there is no compete video footage available.
    There is no pro shot video from either tour, something Roger said that he later regretted.

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