Last month I wrote about a charity gig in the UK that David Gilmour and Roger Waters reunited at, playing a short, 28-minute set, that included hits like “Comfortably Numb”, “Wish You Were Here”, and more. The Hoping Foundation, the charity that the guys were playing for, has now released a video of the full set. Again, only 200 attendees were at this gig, and it features the guys doing a cover of a Phil Spector song, “To Know Him Is To Love Him.” While the video itself isn’t exactly HD quality, it is the first time they’ve shared the stage in over five years, since the now-classic Live 8 performance where all the members played together, and were still alive. Also, remember that Gilmour will be showing up at one of Waters’ upcoming gigs on his The Wall tour, so did you get your tickets yet? Enjoy! Hoping Foundation benefit performance from Hoping Foundation on Vimeo.