How excited are you for Pink Floyd’s latest Immersion Edition, for the iconic double album The Wall? It’s doubtful you’re alone. The “Why Pink Floyd?” reissue campaign was one of 2011’s highest-profile catalogue series, and – marbles aside – the Immersion Edition box sets of The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here were labors of love if ever any existed.
So, as a treat while you count the days down until the box’s February 28 release, Pink Floyd’s YouTube account has posted this sneak peek at some of the demos and unreleased live performances that are going to feature on the box.
You’ll hear bits of live versions of “Comfortably Numb,” “Hey You,” “Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)” and “The Show Must Go On” from the band’s 1980-1981 The Wall tour, as well as demos of “The Doctor” (which later became “Comfortably Numb”), “Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1),” “Sexual Revolution,” “Teacher, Teacher,” “Outside the Wall” and “It’s Never Too Late.”
What tracks are you most excited for – and are you hoping for any more Immersion editions from the band’s catalogue?