Watch David Gilmour Play Pink Floyd’s ‘One of These Days’ for the First Time in More Than 20 Years
As captured in the fan-shot footage above, Gilmour and his solo band performed the Floyd song "One of These Days" during their set at the Plac Wolności in Wrocław, Poland — the first time Gilmour had played it live in more than 20 years, and the first time he'd ever made it part of a solo set list.
As Jambase notes, "One of These Days" wasn't the only song that made its Gilmour live solo debut on June 25; he also played "Dancing Right in Front of Me," from his recent Rattle That Lock LP, as part of an evening that included an assortment of songs culled from throughout his career.
Gilmour's next solo dates take him to Pompeii, where he's scheduled to perform for two nights in the same city where Pink Floyd recorded their 1971 concert film. He'll spend the rest of July traveling through Europe before closing out his current touring commitments with a four-night stand at the Royal Albert Hall in late September.
David Gilmour, Plac Wolności, Wrocław, Poland, June 25, 2016
"Rattle That Lock"
"Faces of Stone"
"Wish You Were Here"
"What Do You Want From Me"
"A Boat Lies Waiting"
"Us and Them"
"In Any Tongue"
"One of These Days"
"Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)"
"Dancing Right in Front of Me"
"Coming Back to Life"
"On an Island"
"The Girl in the Yellow Dress"
"Run Like Hell"
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