Pink Floyd / Roger Waters - Pink Floyd Vs. Roger Waters - A Long Time Later (Plus 100 Series) album
Title: Pink Floyd Vs. Roger Waters - A Long Time Later (Plus 100 Series)
Style: Art Rock
Date of release: 2012
Size MP3: 1831 mb
Size FLAC: 1250 mb
Format: MPC AIFF MMF XM VOX AC3 RA
George Roger Waters (born 6 September 1943) is an English songwriter, singer, bassist, and composer. In 1965, he co-founded the progressive rock band Pink Floyd. Waters initially served solely as the bassist, but following the departure of songwriter Syd Barrett in 1968, he also became their lyricist, co-lead vocalist, and conceptual leader.
Roger Waters played his last complete concert with Pink Floyd more than four years before officially parting ways. On June 17, 1981, Waters joined David Gilmour, Richard Wright and Nick Mason at Earls Court in London for the final date of The Wall tour. But this wasn't the end of any old tour. To promote Pink Floyd's sinister rock opera, the band created a massive stage show that required eight additional musicians and more than 80 crew members.
1984 - "Following TFC's release, Waters went off and did his "might have been Floyd" album, The Pros n'Cons of Hitch-Hiking, while Gilmour worked on his own solo album, About Face. Both were released in '84, and both went to about on the Billboard charts. At the time, Gilmour said "there are three of us in what is laughingly called the Pink Floyd, and none of us have any plans at the moment to work together on any project
The Us + Them Tour was a concert tour by Roger Waters, formerly of Pink Floyd. The tour visited the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and countries in Europe and Latin America, showcasing songs from Waters' career with Pink Floyd and from his most recent album as a solo artist, Is This the Life We Really Want? It opened on 26 May 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri and ended on 9 December 2018 in Monterrey, Mexico.
Rock legend Roger Waters has spoken to RT America’s Anya Parampil in a wide-ranging interview that airs on Thursday. Ahead of that, we have a clip of Waters criticizing fellow musicians Radiohead for not boycotting Israel. Follow RT on. Rock legend Roger Waters has spoken to RT America’s Anya Parampil in a wide-ranging interview that airs on Thursday. Waters and other BDS supporters recently asked Radiohead to join the cultural boycott of Israel and cancel a gig scheduled in Tel Aviv last month. The band rejected the call, but Waters still hopes to speak with the frontman personally. Yorke explained that his band doesn’t endorse the Israeli government or its occupation of Palestine.
Pink Floyd's "The Wall" remains the bestselling double album of all time. A new documentary, "Roger Waters The Wall," charts the story of the landmark recording and that of its key creator. Breaking down walls: Pink Floyd's story comes to cinemas. The story of Pink Floyd. British musician George Rogers Waters was one of the founders of Pink Floyd. He formed the group in 1965 and kept up the momentum, even as frontman and key songwriter Syd Barrett left the group in 1968 due to mental health and drug issues. They founded the cover band Sigma 6, later changing the name to The Tea Set. In 1965, Syd Barrett changed it yet again to the Pink Floyd Sound - named after blues musicians Pink Anderson and Floyd Council. This photo captures Waters (22), Mason (22), Barrett (21) and Wright (21) in March 1967 in London. New decade, new sound.
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Pink Floyd hadn’t existed in any form for over a decade when Bob Geldof began assembling a lineup of bands to play the international Live 8 concerts, which were designed to pressure the world leaders at the coming G8 summit in Scotland to dramatically increase their aid to poor nations. Twenty years earlier, Geldof commanded a great deal of media attention when he reunited Led Zeppelin, the Who, Black Sabbath and CSNY at Live Aid, so he knew reforming another legendary band would be crucial to the success of the shows. Mason decided instead to e-mail Roger Waters. The former bandmates were estranged for years, but a chance encounter three years earlier on the Caribbean island of Mustique lead to a renewal of their friendship.