Mademoiselle Nobs - Pink Floyd - Live at Pompeii - 1972 - HD

By NOBS / May 08, 2013 / / Article Link

A live performance of:"Mademoiselle Nobs" originally titled "Seamus" first appeared on the "Meddle" album released in 1971. This was Pink Floyd's only live version of this song.This version on the "Live at Pompeii" film released in 1972 was named after the Russian Wolfhound named Nobs, which belonged to Madonna Bouglione the daughter of circus director Joseph Bouglione.This version is minus the lyrics, Nobs provides the vocals, David Gilmour plays harmonica, Roger Waters plays David's Stratocaster, and Richard Wright is on keyboards.Pink Floyd - Live at PompeiiDirected by :Adrian MabenProduced by : Steve O'RourkeMichele ArnaudReiner MoritzStarring: Pink FloydMusic by : Pink FloydCinematography :Willy KurantGabor PoganyEditing:Jose PinheiroDistributed by: Universal Home VideoThis video is not rendered to the full quality extent of the DVD, does not include the full volume of the DVD and is presented for review only in the hopes the viewer will be pleased to the extent to promote the viewer to buy the full dvd.We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and review purposes only.

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