As many of our visitors will know since the Global Covid -19 pandemic hit the nation worldwide in March 2019 forcing Roger Waters to postpone his “This Is Not A Drill” Tour.
The touring band featuring longtime Pink Floyd touring musician Jon Carin, Dave Kilminster, Jonathan Wilson, Joey Waronker, Gus Seyffert, Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe from the band Lucius, Bo Koster and Ian Ritchie have come together remotely to record various versions from Rogers long lasting career.
The last performance posted online features the song “The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range” which features on the critically acclaimed 1992 Roger Waters album “Amused To Death“.
A firm favourite amongst the fans, the latest performance is complimented by a new arrangement which features a brand new verse, The arrangement in itself gives the song more space and dynamics as well as making the lyrical content more prominent.
Jon Carin a dear friend of A Fleeting Glimpse has been incredibly busy over this last 13 Months, Releasing solo material over various platforms including one of AFG’s personal favourites “Fear Of Everything” which we urge all visitors to check out by clicking the song title or alternatively by Clicking Here
Very kindly Jon has given us permission to share images of himself and the equipment he has used on the latest online performance to give a little bit of an insight into what instrumentation goes into these performances.
In Jons own words “The list is…1959 Kay Jumbo acoustic, ARP 2600 ( middle solo ), Moog Matriarch ( middle & end synth melody solo ), ARP Omni ll, Red Wurlitzer Piano, Fender Rhodes Piano ( Through a Leslie 147 ), Prophet 10, Electric harmonium, Bass synths”
For further information on all things Jon Carin, show some support and head over to his Offical Facebook page by Clicking Here