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The 2006 show features Bowie, Richard Wright and Robert Wyatt

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David Gilmour‘s 2006 concert, Live At The Royal Albert Hall – Remember That Night, is now live on BBC iPlayer.

You can watch it by clicking here.

The BBC reports James Stirling, Editor of BBC Music, saying: “We’re really excited to bring this iconic performance to BBC iPlayer for fans to enjoy. It is an amazing show where two legendary British musicians came together to create some musical magic.”

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The show took place during Gilmour’s On An Island tour and includes material from that album as well as Pink Floyd’s back catalogue.

The show features appearances from Graham Nash and David Crosby, Robert Wyatt and also David Bowie.

Meanwhile, David Bowie’s new video for “Blackstar” debutes on Sky Atlantic this coming Thursday, November 19.

The track is also featured in the opening titles of Renck’s new Sky/Canal+ drama series, The Last Panthers, the second episode of which will be shown after the “Blackstar” short film.

The Blackstar album – also known as ★ – is released by RCA on Bowie’s birthday, January 8, 2016.

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