Review by Steve Nover
I’ve been a long-time fan of Pink Floyd, but the truth is there are only a few albums by them I love. I saw them twice before Roger Waters left and once after in 1988, and have resisted seeing tributes of them until last October 29, when the Australian Pink Floyd Show rocked the Palace Theatre. That concert and light show was so fine and loving a tribute that I could not help but use it for comparison when the Pink Floyd Experience landed at the Palace on Thurday, February 16.
PFX’s complete first set was my personal favorite album “Wish You Were Here,” and it was unsurprisingly the highlight of the whole night. I don’t wear a watch, but the album/cd clocks in at just over 44 minutes, so I’ll go out on a limb and say that’s how long the opening was.