As always, The Sopranos utilizes music to tell the story, and the theme song here was "Comfortably Numb" (making it two weeks in a row that.
Fantastic episode of The Sopranos; totally depressing episode of The Sopranos. Lately, they amount to the same thing, but either way: at last.
"Comfortably Numb" is a song by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on their eleventh . Waters sang lead, Van Morrison sang Gilmour's vocal parts backed by Rick Danko and Levon Helm of The It is also heard in the TV show episode of The Sopranos, titled "Kennedy and Heidi", when Christopher Moltisanti.
'Sopranos' Music Moments That Helped Define Tony Soprano . sung with weathered delivery by guitarist Keith Richards, narrates a montage of . As Pink Floyd's sullen ballad “Comfortably Numb” plays in the background.
But “Comfortably Numb” reappeared in last night's episode, sung this of demise and mutual betrayal pervades this season of The Sopranos.
Just noticed Tony singing Comfortably Numb at the start of Walk Like Tony was singing it because he had finished watching the film recently.
All 8 songs featured in The Sopranos season 6 epsiode Kennedy and Heidi, with scene descriptions. Ask questions Comfortably Numb.
All 13 songs featured in The Sopranos season 6 epsiode Walk Like a Man, with scene descriptions. Ask questions Comfortably Numb.
Tony dabbles in extreme denial, and "The Sopranos" descends into a and we hear Roger Waters and Van Morrison singing "Comfortably Numb." Advertisement: "The child is grown, the dream is gone," Van Morrison sings.
In honor of The Sopranos' 20th anniversary, we ranked its 20 most The gag gift sings Al Green's soul hit “Take Me to the River” -- a morbid Van Morrison and The Band, “Comfortably Numb” (“Kennedy & Heidi”).