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(Posted: July 11, 2004. Got a tip to share? Email us.)

the machineThe Machine releases DVD/CD
Roger Waters sax player performs with Floyd tribute band

Pink Floyd tribute band The Machine has released "Two Nights at the Keswick," a live concert DVD/CD set.

The performance, recorded over two nights in 2003 at the Glenside, Penn., theater, was distilled into a 48-minute DVD and a CD running more than 60 minutes.

The band was joined by Norbert Stachel, who has played sax with Floyd's Roger Waters on the road, and Nina Setaro of Timerider.

The Machine, based in Nyack, N.Y., has played Floyd music for 15 years to an audience the band estimates to total more than 1 million people. They've shared the stage with the likes of The Guess Who, Jefferson Starship, Steppenwolf and others, and have been written about in publications such as The New York Times and The Washington Post.

"Two Nights at the Keswick" is available for $25 at the band's Web site.

(Posted: July 11, 2004)


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