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Roger Waters performs in `Oasis of Peace` village in Israel
Автор: Rosco   Дата: 27.06.06 01:00:10   
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Tel Aviv, June 25: Pink Floyd`s frontman Roger Waters chose to have his solo concert in Israel at a village called `Oasis of Peace`, a mixed Arab-Jewish community living side by side.

The concert was originally planned for a Tel Aviv stadium but Waters changed the location to the peace village near Jerusalem, following criticism by fans in Britain and in the Palestinian territories.

When news came about Waters` expected performance in Israel, a group of Palestinian artists from the West Bank sent a letter to the internationally renowned rock star, urging him to cancel his planned performance in Israel.

The appeal, sent in March by a Union of Palestinian Artists, said: "How can the artist whose name around the world was for many years associated with breaking walls of injustice be in any way complicit with the monstrosity of Israel`s wall, declared illegal by the International Court of Justice at the Hague?"

Waters has recently expressed strong opposition to Israel`s separation barrier.

He is the writer of the famous song `Another Brick in the Wall`, which protests all walls of oppression and subjugation and calls to bring all walls down.

Upon his arrival to the region, Waters toured a segment of the barrier separating Israel and the West Bank at the town of Bethlehem.

Waters, who inspired the Pink Floyd`s iconic album `The Wall`, scrawled `Tear Down the Wall` on the concrete panels of Israel`s barrier.

In his reply to the Palestinian protesters, Waters wrote that the decision to move the concert to a more ethnically diverse village was made `as a gesture of solidarity with the voices of reason of Israelis and Palestinians seeking a non-violent route for a just peace`.

Neve Shalom / Wahat al-Salam village inhabits 220 people, 50 Jewish and Palestinian Arabs (holding Israeli citizenship) families. The residents adhere the c xistence of different faiths and races.

The show`s venue, at the foot of the village, was set up on a chickpea field. Organisers had to construct the performance grounds from scratch to allow some 50,000 people to attend.

Waters kicked off his three-hour-long show with `In The Flash`, from `The Wall` album.

Other pieces performed included `Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun`, `Wish You Were Here`, `Shine On You Crazy Diamond`, `Have A Cigar` and `Leaving Beirut`.

Images of Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush were shown on a video screen on stage while Waters performed `The Fletcher Memorial Home`.

The second part of the show included the whole `Dark Side of the Moon`.

After playing `Another Brick in the Wall`, Waters addressed the cheering crowds, telling them: "We and the rest of the world need this generation of Israelis to tear down the walls".

Israel has built almost half the planned barrier, which has the stated aim of keeping suicide bombers out of its cities.

Condemned by Palestinians as a land grab, the barrier has been branded illegal by the World Court because it cuts through occupied territory. Israel is rerouting some sections after a Supreme Court order to lessen Palestinian hardship.

In 1990, Waters performed "The Wall" along the Berlin Wall that separated East and West Germany to celebrate reunification.

He told reporters that he hoped Israel`s barrier would also be brought down one day.

"It may be a lot harder to get this one down, but eventually it must happen," Waters said.

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http://www.zeenews.com/znnew/articles.asp?aid=304790&ssid=2&sid=ENT
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Автор: SergeK   Дата: 27.06.06 13:26:10   
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Для тех, кто БЫЛ и НЕ БЫЛ!!!

ROGER WATERS

Parkbьhne Wuhlheide, Berlin, GER 8. June 2006

Disc 1:
01. In The Flesh
02. Mother
03. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
04. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
05. Have A Cigar
06. Wish You Were Here
07. Southampton Dock
08. The Fletcher Memorial Home
09. Perfect Sense
10. Introduction to 'Leaving Beirut'
11. Leaving Beirut
12. Sheep

Disc 2:
01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe
03. On The Run
04. Time
05. Breathe (Reprise)
06. The Great Gig In The Sky
07. Money
08. Us And Them
09. Any Colour You Like
10. Brain Damage
11. Eclipse
12. encore break and band introduction
13. Another Brick In The Wall
14. Vera
15. Comfortably Numb


Part1 http://rapidshare.de/files/23654350/rw-68061.zip

Part2 http://rapidshare.de/files/23656411/rw-68062.zip

Part3 http://rapidshare.de/files/23658047/rw-68063.zip

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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Bob Close   Дата: 27.06.06 19:28:57   
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Роджер Уотерс: Эх, я не досмотрел, мой Harry, стал по правде говоря "последним фанатом", имел кучу проблем с Бренди, женщиной Эда Уинни (Ed Wynne - лидер группы Ozric Tentacles, гитара, синтезаторы). Без сомнения, мне бы не хотелось больше распространяться по этому поводу.
(полностью интервью с Уотерсом здесь)
http://bobclose.narod.ru/roger_waters_crossroads41_march_2006.html
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Words of love for White from son
Автор: Rosco   Дата: 28.06.06 02:01:50   
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Статья про Трибьют концерт Тимоти уайту в 2002г.

By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan, Globe Staff | June 27, 2006

Billboard editor Timothy White died four years ago today, and not long after a raft of rockers -- John Mellencamp, James Taylor, Sheryl Crow, Sting, Don Henley, Billy Joel, and Roger Waters -- came to Boston to play a benefit for White's widow, Judy Garlan White, and the couple's twin boys, who live on Beacon Hill. Well, one of those boys, Alexander, has written an essay about his old man for an eighth-grade English class at Brimmer and May School. To say it's touching would be an understatement. Alexander, who was 10 when his dad died, likens his father to Jimmy Stewart's character in ``It's a Wonderful Life." ``My father was, by many accounts, a moral compass and a guiding light for the industry he worked in," Alexander writes, referring to his dad's efforts on behalf of artists and against big, bad record companies. ``Like George Bailey, he fought for what he knew was right against enormous odds. . . . His strength and his legacy help make me the individual I am today."

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Words of love for White from son
By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan, Globe Staff | June 27, 2006

Billboard editor Timothy White died four years ago today, and not long after a raft of rockers -- John Mellencamp, James Taylor, Sheryl Crow, Sting, Don Henley, Billy Joel, and Roger Waters -- came to Boston to play a benefit for White's widow, Judy Garlan White, and the couple's twin boys, who live on Beacon Hill. Well, one of those boys, Alexander, has written an essay about his old man for an eighth-grade English class at Brimmer and May School. To say it's touching would be an understatement. Alexander, who was 10 when his dad died, likens his father to Jimmy Stewart's character in ``It's a Wonderful Life." ``My father was, by many accounts, a moral compass and a guiding light for the industry he worked in," Alexander writes, referring to his dad's efforts on behalf of artists and against big, bad record companies. ``Like George Bailey, he fought for what he knew was right against enormous odds. . . . His strength and his legacy help make me the individual I am today."

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Jonathan Watts doesn't really think he'll change the ownership of one of Boston's oldest sports franchises, he just wants to build some support for the Boston Bruins. The 24-year-old from Quincy has launched his PleaseSelltheBruins.com website imploring Jeremy Jacobs, whose Delaware North owns the Bruins and the TD Banknorth Garden, to ``Give the city its team back." A driver for a catering company, Watts said yesterday: ``You figure that after 30 years, you'd give something back, but the Bruins have slipped so far in this city." Does he really believe that Jacobs will unload the storied hockey franchise? ``I'm not naive enough to think he's actually going to sell the team, but maybe we can bring about some change and maybe hit him where it hurts -- money," said Watts. ``Maybe some of the fair-weather fans will come around."


From Boston to Biddeford
Believe it or not, Tom Scholz is still a bitter man. Thirty years after ``More Than a Feeling" topped the charts, Boston's scrupulous songwriter remains unsatisfied. Just check out the new issue of Boston magazine. Scholz has nary a good word to say about his former bandmates Fran Sheehan and Sib Hashian, or about the music biz generally. But most telling -- and typical -- is Scholz's reaction to Sony's newly remastered versions of Boston's first two albums, ``Boston" and ``Don't Look Back." The meticulous MIT grad says they don't sound very good -- and even goes so far as to call them ``abortions." . . . Wandering around the Wal-Mart in Biddeford, Maine, over the weekend, Newburyport attorney Steven A. Berlin spotted a familiar face. ``I said, `Hey, I know that broad,' " Berlin told us yesterday. ``But she was so old, I thought maybe she was one of my schoolmarms." Nope. It was actually former first lady Barbara Bush. ``I was looking for a hairbrush, and there she was looking at hair-care products," said Berlin. Why Wal-Mart? Biddeford is not far from the Bush family compound on Walker's Point.


Damon the Yankee revisits Regis
Almost a year after talk show host Regis Philbin, a diehard Yankees fan, asked then-Red Sox player Johnny Damon whether he would cut his hair for a chance to play for George Steinbrenner's team, Damon returns tomorrow to visit ``Live With Regis and Kelly," his first appearance since joining the Yankees. Joining Damon on the show is ``Superman Returns" star and former Cohasset resident Kate Bosworth.

The Boston Celtics and the Massachusetts State Lottery recognized this year's recipients of the ``Heroes Among Us" award at the State House yesterday, including Adam Roberge, who has been blind since birth.

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and his wife, Debby, led one of 31 teams that competed in the fourth annual AccesSportAmerica Mayor's Cup Regatta on Sunday. Despite threatening weather and soggy banks along the Charles River, more than 400 people were on hand to cheer the teams. The event raised more than $150,000 for AccesSportAmerica, which provides challenging sports programs for children and adults with disabilities. . . . Howie Day has been added to the Hot Stove/Cool Music show at Fenway. Wasn't so long ago that Day appeared in an East Boston courtroom to answer charges that he was drunk and disorderly on an American Airlines flight. (Instead of jail, the spiky-haired, 25-year-old singer from Maine was ordered to undergo counseling for alcohol abuse.) The line up for the July 12 show also includes Ayla Brown, Buffalo Tom, Kay Hanley, Juliana Hatfield, the Gentlemen, and Click Five.

Names can be reached at names@globe.com or at 617-929-8253.

© Copyright 2006 Globe Newspaper Company.

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Waters shines like a crazy diamond
Автор: Rosco   Дата: 28.06.06 15:04:14   
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Jun. 24, 2006 23:20 | Updated Jun. 25, 2006 0:34Jun. 24, 2006 23:20 | Updated Jun. 25, 2006 0:34
Waters shines like a crazy diamond

Roger Waters, former leader and founder of legendary rock band Pink Floyd, made it into the annals of Israeli rock music history Thursday night and not just because of the controversial comments he'd made a day earlier as he inspected Israel's security fence in Bethlehem.

In a two and a half hour concert that packed more than 50,000 people into a makeshift stadium at the peace village Neveh Shalom, located between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, near the Latrun monastery, Waters proved that forty years (and hours in backed up traffic) was really worth the wait for him to perform in Israel.

As in the build up to the performance, so on Thursday evening the themes were peace and politics with Waters singing some of Pink Floyd's greatest songs including the iconic "Another Brick in the Wall," and "Comfortably Numb" from the album The Wall, "Wish You Were Here," and "Shine on You Crazy Diamond," the entire contents of Floyd's classic Dark Side of The Moon, and his own more up to date solo work.

Waters chatted very little with the crowd, who had waited patiently an extra half an hour for the concert to start due to heavy traffic jams. After Micha Shitreet, David Broza and Mashina finished entertaining the early arrivals, Waters finally took the stage.

He said a quick "Shalom," before launching into the riveting electric guitar chords of "In the Flesh," the symbolic song from The Wall that paints a picture of a rock star turned political dictator. Waters used the same Nazi-like symbols of two hammers crossed together that Pink Floyd had used in the 1982 film version of the album, starring Bob Geldof. And when he sang the line "And that one looks Jewish..." the crowd roared their approval, a responsive commentary from the enthusiastic crowd that became a common practice throughout the night.

Towards the end of the first half of the show, Waters shared a short story with the crowd about an experience he'd had as a teenager traveling around Lebanon.

"When I was a young man of 17 I visited the Middle East and became stranded in Beirut, Lebanon. I had to hitchhike to London and before I left Lebanon I was taken in by a Beduin family just outside of Beirut who treated me like one of their own," Waters told the easy-to-please crowd. "When the war started in Afghanistan, I took these events and made them into a story."

Then Waters launched into the song, bashing American and British global policies and asking the crowd: "Are these the people we should bomb?"

That was not Water's main political commentary of the evening. Returning to the stage close to midnight for his encore, Waters called to the crowd: "We need this generation of Israelis to tear down walls and make peace."

Then he played the song everyone had been waiting for: "Another Brick in the Wall." The political commentary was definitely less well received than Water's overall musical performance. Although there were cheers after his statement, some people called for him to focus on the music.

Despite a weak vocal showing at last summer's Live 8 performance in Hyde Park, London, where the singer united with his former band mates for the first time since their split in the mid-80s, this time Waters was on top form delivering some of the greatest rock tracks ever written, in the same top-notch quality as they might have been presented thirty-something years ago. And the backup singers and musicians were equally as impressive.

Ultimately, Waters proved that he does not really need his old Pink Floyd mates to create a concert experience that is unforgettable.

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite...50885840259&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull
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Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 01.07.06 10:30:44   
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йессс!йессс!
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 01.07.06 10:32:33   
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Fowler... r u ready? ;)Fowler... r u ready? ;)
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: KRblS   Дата: 01.07.06 14:41:10   
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это только мне кажется или у киевлян билеты покрасивше будут?
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 03.07.06 00:26:09   
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2KRblS:

>это только мне кажется или у киевлян билеты покрасивше будут?
поярче, да ;)
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 03.07.06 16:20:33   
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концерт Уотерса в Киеве переносится. у нас на форуме можно выражаться? ррррр! >8-|

http://olvia.com.ua/
Внимание! Перенос концерта на 21 - 25 июля. Проданные билеты действительны. По желанию возврат денег за билеты будет происходить 8 - 9 июля в кассах Дворца спорта и НСК "Олимпийский". Точная дата концерта будет известна 4 июля. Следите за афишей.
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 03.07.06 16:29:38   
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сайт организаторов вдруг "временно" перестал работать...

пожалуй, стоит отредактировать информацию о концерте на главной странице.
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 03.07.06 17:53:03   
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а ЭТО еще что такое?!?!

http://www.pinkfloydz.com/roger2006/index8july.htm
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Макс Жолобов   Дата: 04.07.06 11:09:55   
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Кто-то прикололся, что ли?
Вот это да!!!  
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Автор: Jagger   Дата: 04.07.06 11:36:43   
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Официальный сайт молчит!
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Re: Roger Waters & ...
Автор: Lucy In The Sky   Дата: 04.07.06 17:14:10   
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Всё. Концерт отменен.

"Внимание! Концерт Роджера Уотерса в Киеве отменен.

Возврат денег за купленные билеты будет производиться 8, 9, 10 июля в кассах НСК "Олимпийский" с 11:00 до 19:00.
Телефон для справок: 8 (044) 234 33 99"

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Автор: Rosco   Дата: 04.07.06 21:24:17   
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Не видать мне больше ПиПи Арнольд:'((((

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EXHAUSTIVE LOOK AT PINK FLOYD'S THE WALL
Автор: Rosco   Дата: 05.07.06 10:40:35   
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Новая книга о Стене и периоде её создания и реализацииНовая книга о Стене и периоде её создания и реализации

An incredibly detailed looking book that concerns itself with Pink Floyd's 1979 masterpiece, The Wall, is officially launched today.

'Comfortably Numb - A History of “The Wall”' is written by acknowledged Floyd experts Vernon Fitch and Richard Mahon. Research for the book has been ongoing for the last ten years, and part of this has involved approaching all those involved in the album and live show - from the band themselves, to designers, to sound engineers. Apart from rich detail, many of these people have also contributed their own, previously unseen pictures, and these are included within the pages. In total there are over 400 pictures in the book.

It includes an insiders look at the making of The Wall album, insights into the Pink Floyd recording process, a song by song analysis of The Wall album, a technical overview of The Wall stage shows, a pictorial on The Wall live in concert, a glimpse into each of the 31 Wall live concerts, and an examination of the making of The Wall Live album.

It also includes a world-wide Wall discography including bootlegs, and an in-depth look at the band’s equipment by Pink Floyd’s own technical experts.

With contributions from Marc Brickman, Brian Christian, Bob Ezrin, Stan Farber, Mark Fisher, David Gilmour, James Guthrie, Rick Hart, Andy Jackson, Jon Joyce, Michael McCarty, Nick Mason, Patrice Quef, Gerald Scarfe, Rick Stratton, Phil Taylor, Toni Tennille, Trevor Veitch, Roger Waters, and numerous others, the book should be the definitive look at the album.

The book is a beautifully presented, full colour deluxe limited numbered edition, hand numbered and signed by the authors. It is published on July 25, 2006, and will cost $39.95 plus shipping. However, if you order it during July (and tell them you saw the deal on the Brain Damage site!) you can get it at a 20% discount ($31.95 plus shipping).

More information on the book, with example pages, can be found at http://www.PFApublishing.com where you can also place your orders for what promises to be an incredible book.

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NICK MASON CONFIRMED FOR MORE WATERS SHOWS
Автор: Rosco   Дата: 06.07.06 18:23:31   
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Last night, London's Hyde Park (scene of Live8 a year before), saw another great performance from Roger Waters and his band, aided and abetted by Nick Mason, who added his drumming expertise to the performance of Pink Floyd's 1973 classic, Dark Side Of The Moon.Last night, London's Hyde Park (scene of Live8 a year before), saw another great performance from Roger Waters and his band, aided and abetted by Nick Mason, who added his drumming expertise to the performance of Pink Floyd's 1973 classic, Dark Side Of The Moon.
At the show, we found out that Nick is now due to perform at some more shows on Roger's current tour. Whilst this is not necessarily an exhaustive list, as other shows could be added, Nick is now due to perform at the following forthcoming shows:

12 July - Lucca, Italy
14 July - Magny-Cours, Nevers, France
12/13 September - MSG, New York, USA
5/6/8 October - Hollywood Bowl, LA, USA
As part of his tour, Roger is also publicising a new charity initiative. Millennium Promise is an organization co-founded by Dr Jeffrey Sachs dedicated to fighting malaria, and ending extreme povery in the world by the year 2025. Every 10 seconds, a child dies from malaria. 300,000,000 to 500,000,000 people contract malaria each year. The charity aims to get donations of $10 which buys a bed net - which in itself can save two lives.

More details of the charity, and how to donate, can be found at www.millenniumpromise.org, and details of Roger's own commitment will soon be on his own site - roger-waters.com.

http://www.brain-damage.co.uk/
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ROGER WATERS ON HIS MUSIC, ABBA, AND HELPING THE SENEGALESE
Автор: Rosco   Дата: 07.07.06 20:46:04   
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In today's Times newspaper in the UK, former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters talks candidly about his past and present career, his thoughts on music in general (with specific comments about Abba, the Swedish pop supergroup of yesteryear, and the release of Pulse on DVD), and reveals how he is providing direct help to a Senegalese village.In today's Times newspaper in the UK, former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters talks candidly about his past and present career, his thoughts on music in general (with specific comments about Abba, the Swedish pop supergroup of yesteryear, and the release of Pulse on DVD), and reveals how he is providing direct help to a Senegalese village.

It is clear from the interview how life is taking a lot of Waters' attention. From his personal life (his divorce a few years ago, and subsequent starting a new relationship), through to how family and friends have changed his perception, and affected the work on his new material, he talks honestly and in a relaxed frame of mind, and also looks back at darker days.

“[Around the time of The Wall, and the 1977 tour which lead to it] I was quite separated from myself and in consequence, quite separated from anyone else.” Improvements in his outlook has been a result of “getting rid of the judge that sits on your shoulder telling you you’re an a***hole. I mean, my judge was a powerful figure for my whole life. That’s why 30 years ago I was so hard on everyone else.”

With Roger due to perform the whole of Dark Side Of The Moon at Hyde Park tomorrow, accompanied by Nick Mason, he seems remarkably relaxed about the activities of his ex-colleagues. On being told that Pulse was coming out on DVD in July, which includes their live 1994 version of the album, he said “Is that the case?” he smiles. “I didn’t know. I gave up after I heard a reggae version of Money on (the 1988 live album) The Delicate Sound of Thunder. I remember lying on the floor howling with laughter with my feet in mid-air.”

With the London concert falling almost exactly a year after Live8, the question naturally arises of another collaboration. “From my point of view there is no impediment to doing more work together,” Waters says. “There would have to be some kind of emotional negotiation that would need to take place for us to do that, and I’m not sure that Dave wants to go down that road. He’s had this baby for 20 years and he doesn’t want to relinquish his grip on it.”

Still, Waters has got other things on his mind. After throwing a dinner party in honour of US economist Geoffrey Sachs (his book "The End Of Poverty" inspiring Live8), “I’ve put my money where my mouth is and decided to support a village in Senegal. Single-handedly? Well, yes, but really it’s just a matter of committing lots of money for the next five years and putting tons of fertiliser into the ground and buying nets for mosquitoes.”

“But, you know, it’s no one act that makes you feel happier. I’ve been through a personal journey of transformation — with parenthood and failed relationships and all the rest of things that change you.”

The fascinating interview can be read in full over at http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,14932-2249066,00.html

Brain-Damage.co.uk/



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Автор: Rosco   Дата: 08.07.06 00:41:42   
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