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My Original Artwork For
"Pink Floyd: THE WALL (live)"
"Nate Butler & Friends Present Pink Floyd: THE WALL" performed three times in 1994 (read a press article about the debut). The productions included multiple costume changes, props, lighting cues, and two slide projection screens. I created 'original' artwork to be photographed for the slides, although admittedly some of my art was derived from the original album-cover art by Gerald Scarfe. Although the "WALL" shows were (crudely) videotaped, I've never seen any still photographs, nor have I known the whereabouts of the slides since the shows. But, to my own surprise, I did find the original artwork in my archives, and so below I've reproduced it for your interest. Created in a few hectic days before the debut show in 1994, these pictures have almost never been seen.
(intro)
"The Thin Ice"
"Another Brick In The Wall"
"Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 2"
"Mother"
"Goodbye Blue Sky"
"Young Lust"
"Young Lust"
"One Of My Turns"
"Don't Leave Me Now"
"Another Brick In The Wall Pt. 3"
"Comfortably Numb"
"In The Flesh?"
"Stop"
"The Trial"
"The Trial"
from "Giving folks sound they know, from Beatles to Pink Floyd," by Ken Robison, The Fresno Bee, February 18, 1994:

"We're different from a normal cover band, where people say 'Let's do this song and do it our way,'" said [Nate] Butler this week as his band prepared for its first Pink Floyd night. "We try to sound just like the record."

For "The Wall," Butler has assembled a supporting cast of [Tom] Magill on keyboards, Donnie Marvin on drums, Jeff Fetters and Tito (no last name) on guitars.
"It's a tough piece," said Butler. "The album is really one big work. We're still working on it. It has a lot of sound effects.

"We don't intend to talk with the audience [between songs]. We're trying for a re-creation of the record. We'll do each side of the album as a set, with breaks in between."

Butler understands that serious musicians dismiss "cover" bands, but he also recognizes the value of giving music fans a friendly sound ...


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"Outside The Wall"
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