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The Cinematic Experience of Roger Waters' 'The Wall Live'
4 Sep 2012 // 6:10 PM
Almost synonymous with the name Pink Floyd, The Wall went from an idea to an operatic concept album to a multimedia concert experience to a full length movie to a post-Floyd concert special at the Berlin Wall itself and back to the stage as Roger Waters brought his concert tour The Wall Live to the world.
Waters and Pink Floyd, Brick by Brick by Tantalizing Brick
11 Dec 2013 // 1:05 AM
It takes a complex writer to capture the complexity of Roger Waters, and to shine light on what we admire and dislike about this musical genius.
Roger Waters 'The Wall': 13 May 2012 - San Diego
29 May 2012 // 6:00 PM
With the world drifting dangerously closer to George Orwell's 1984 every day, Waters goes the extra mile to emphasize the album's strong anti-war and anti-authoritarian themes to make a true statement.
Roger Waters unveils Pink Floyd channel for Sirius XM
21 May 2012 // 4:34 AM
LOS ANGELES — In advance of his performance of “The Wall” on Saturday at the Los Angeles Coliseum, British rocker Roger Waters stopped in on veteran
Roger Waters talks about taking another crack at 'The Wall'
11 Nov 2010 // 3:00 AM
In its day, "The Wall," which came out in 1979, was a colossal commercial success, especially considering it's a mostly autobiographical work about separation, pain and suffering, beginning with the death of Waters' father in World War II when Waters was 5 months old.