The Show Must Go On 1:11 21. I do believe it's working good That'll keep you going through the show, well, come on, it's time to go There is no pain, you are receding A distant ship smoke on the horizon You're only coming through in waves Your lips move but I can't hear what you're sayin' When I was a child, I caught a fleeting glimpse Out of the corner of my eye I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now, the child is grown, the dream is gone And I have become comfortably numb. But this remake was just stunning. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 3 1:25 13. In the Flesh 2:32 22. The album is a cover of Pink Floyd's progressive rock classic The Wall, re-imagining each track as a bluegrass country song.
As is the case with most cover versions, the songs that work best here are those that end up sounding the least like the Pink Floyd originals. What you have here is a truthful country interpretation of Pink Floyd's The Wall, done quite well I might add. Guests include Sarah Harmer and Carolyn Mark. The Show Must Go On 1:11 21. Run Like Hell 2:55 23. Bring the Boys Back Home 1:21 19. Goodbye Blue Sky 2:06 8.
I'd have to say cover. This could be enjoyed by both die-hard Floyd fans and people who never liked them in the first place. Waiting for the Worms 3:00 24. There are several songs that stand on their own even if you have never heard the original Floyd. After their initial brain exploding reaction. But good songs is good songs and there was no stopping these cowpunks once the idea took root. In the Flesh 2:42 02.
In all, Rebuild the Wall, Pt 1 is an intriguing experiment that, despite its high-concept feel, manages to produce entertaining results. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 4:01 6. Hope you enjoy this music as much as I have. Bring the Boys Back Home 1:21 19. Right down to the barnyard animal sounds in place of birds and crickets in Goodbye Blue Sky. You can admire the musicianship.
The Happiest Days of Our Lives 1:03 5. One of My Turns 2:23 11. . A beautiful Bluegrass take, on a legendary album. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1 2:39 04.
A Pink Floyd purest, maybe appalled. You can admire it for it's clever take. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 3 1:25 13. A most interesting take, on this Pink Floyd cover. Howdy, hey Is there anybody in there? I'm impressed with the attention to detail they've put in here and how they've managed to keep all of the nuances of the original Wall album but with a country spin on it. This is far more than just taking the Pink Floyd songs and melodies and singing them with a country twang. Is There Anybody Out There? However, simply enjoy it for what it is.
Part-time Wrong Jason Mercer bassist for Ani Difranco plays all those fast banjo bits that take this baby over the top! Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1 2:39 4. The music was unmistakably Floyd, but perfect country western at the same time. It just never did it for me. I want to sing along with this version - something I never did with the original. And others that make you really think about or rethink the original Floyd versions.
Don't Leave Me Now 1:55 12. Not sure if it's for everyone though. The Thin Ice 1:54 03. Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 4:01 06. Waiting for the Worms 3:00 24. Nod if you can hear me Is there anybody at home? Goodbye Cruel World 0:32 14.