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Postby Coppermine » Fri Jul 14, 2006 12:36 pm

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teddy ballgame wrote:Has anyone here done the thing with DSOTM and the Wizard of Oz? I did it last summer with my friend and it's pretty awesome. B-) It's also pretty bizarre how the entire thing lines up like that.


Yea its really weird. Third roar of the lion right?

Yeah. ;-D


I was about to bring this up but you guys beat me to it; I tried this when I was in college and it was pretty awesome. I even downloaded an already perfectly synced version.

The tornado scene/"Great Gig in the Sky" and the start of "Money" just as the movie goes to color in Oz are the best.

Don't forget when they're listening for the Tin Man's heartbeat, and there's a heartbeat as the record fades out. B-)

And when she's balancing on a fence the lyric "balanced on the biggest wave."

Also, the witch is riding her bike when the bells and stuff during "Time" comes on.

Amazing stuff.


Or When they says "Black" and the Bad Witch Apperas, and "Blue" and the good Witch appears. And then they says. "And who knows which is which and who is who"


The song "Time" is playing when they show the closeup of the fortune teller's sign that reads "Past, Present and Future."

Could this really all be coincidence?

Oh, and "Brain Damage" plays when Dorothy meets the Scarecrow, and he starts jumping around like an idiot on the lines "The lunatic is on the grass"
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jul 14, 2006 1:22 pm

Coppermine wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:Has anyone here done the thing with DSOTM and the Wizard of Oz? I did it last summer with my friend and it's pretty awesome. B-) It's also pretty bizarre how the entire thing lines up like that.


Yea its really weird. Third roar of the lion right?

Yeah. ;-D


I was about to bring this up but you guys beat me to it; I tried this when I was in college and it was pretty awesome. I even downloaded an already perfectly synced version.

The tornado scene/"Great Gig in the Sky" and the start of "Money" just as the movie goes to color in Oz are the best.

Don't forget when they're listening for the Tin Man's heartbeat, and there's a heartbeat as the record fades out. B-)

And when she's balancing on a fence the lyric "balanced on the biggest wave."

Also, the witch is riding her bike when the bells and stuff during "Time" comes on.

Amazing stuff.


Or When they says "Black" and the Bad Witch Apperas, and "Blue" and the good Witch appears. And then they says. "And who knows which is which and who is who"


The song "Time" is playing when they show the closeup of the fortune teller's sign that reads "Past, Present and Future."

Could this really all be coincidence?

Oh, and "Brain Damage" plays when Dorothy meets the Scarecrow, and he starts jumping around like an idiot on the lines "The lunatic is on the grass"


yea its a crazy coincidance if so. Pretty awesome to watch though ;-D
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Postby AcidRock23 » Fri Jul 14, 2006 1:56 pm

It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...
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Postby teddy ballgame » Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:30 pm

AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.
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Postby Coppermine » Fri Jul 14, 2006 2:32 pm

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AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.


I hope Roger Waters spills the beans on his deathbed; after watching it multiple times, I have a hard time believing it's all coincidental. I bet all the music and words were lined up with the movie before they even made it to the studio.
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Postby acsguitar » Fri Jul 14, 2006 11:00 pm

Coppermine wrote:
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AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.


I hope Roger Waters spills the beans on his deathbed; after watching it multiple times, I have a hard time believing it's all coincidental. I bet all the music and words were lined up with the movie before they even made it to the studio.


Roger Watters is a big ugly loser. sorry
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Postby teddy ballgame » Fri Jul 14, 2006 11:16 pm

acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:
AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.


I hope Roger Waters spills the beans on his deathbed; after watching it multiple times, I have a hard time believing it's all coincidental. I bet all the music and words were lined up with the movie before they even made it to the studio.


Roger Watters is a big ugly loser. sorry

He's the anti-Axl. :-D

Roger leaves the band and they get all tangled in legal issues. The band continues with success.

Axl forces everyone out of the band and they get all tangled in legal issues. The other members continue with success.

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Postby Dan Lambskin » Mon Jul 17, 2006 11:20 am

acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:
AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.


I hope Roger Waters spills the beans on his deathbed; after watching it multiple times, I have a hard time believing it's all coincidental. I bet all the music and words were lined up with the movie before they even made it to the studio.


Roger Watters is a big ugly loser. sorry


really? he's my favorite Floyd member by far. to each his own though
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Postby acsguitar » Mon Jul 17, 2006 11:37 am

Dan Lambskin wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:
AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.


I hope Roger Waters spills the beans on his deathbed; after watching it multiple times, I have a hard time believing it's all coincidental. I bet all the music and words were lined up with the movie before they even made it to the studio.


Roger Watters is a big ugly loser. sorry


really? he's my favorite Floyd member by far. to each his own though



I like Nick Mason cause he looks like Sal Fasano

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Postby Mugrila » Mon Jul 17, 2006 12:29 pm

Dan Lambskin wrote:
acsguitar wrote:
Coppermine wrote:
teddy ballgame wrote:
AcidRock23 wrote:It is odd though that in the footage of the DSOTM sessions, there is no evidence of the Wizard of Oz in the studio at all....

I've read about Prokofiev scoring Aleksander Nevsky and apparently he just sat and watched the movie w/ a stopwatch and took notes...

The band denies all of it, saying how could they do it purposely when they couldn't even watch the movie in the studio. The number of things that coincide are amazing though. I also read last night that at the end of "On the Run" the song is fast forwarded a little to "save time"...this allows everything else in the movie and album to work so that alone is kind of suspicious.


I hope Roger Waters spills the beans on his deathbed; after watching it multiple times, I have a hard time believing it's all coincidental. I bet all the music and words were lined up with the movie before they even made it to the studio.


Roger Watters is a big ugly loser. sorry


really? he's my favorite Floyd member by far. to each his own though


I agree, I was trying to go see him play this September but don't think that will work out. :-/
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