Watch David Gilmour Play "Wish You Were Here" at the Royal Albert Hall

November 15, 2007 1:57 PM ET

On November 22nd, high-def music channel Rave HD will premiere David Gilmour: Live at the Royal Albert Hall, a ninety-minute concert special shot in 2006 that features solo and Pink Floyd material (the footage was first seen as the recently released DVD Remember That Night — Live From the Royal Albert Hall). Want to sample the goods? Click above to watch Gilmour performing "Wish You Were Here."

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