29 Songs, 1 Hour 42 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings


All they have done is rip the audio from the documentary. They could have made a brilliant live album but chose to be lazy. The part at the start of Mother, Roger is speaking French. That isn't too bad on the movie because there are subtitles but how are we supposed to know what he's saying? Sheer laziness. Nobody wanted the concert to be intersected with a road trip. The wall is supposed to be a continuous piece. I went to two of the concerts and they were brilliant. All Pink Floyd fans wanted was to watch and listen to the great concert without Roger Waters road trip, which only he could be interested in. This could have been classic concert recording but I'm left completely disappointed.

Fez 2000


I went to one of the concerts and the film really brings back the sheer magnificence of the entire show. Fabulous.

Timbo bet

Timbo excellent

As good as it is live... To feel the Wall we love confusion that space cadet glow

About Roger Waters

As the driving force behind Pink Floyd in the '70s and early '80s, Roger Waters helmed a series of searching, high-concept albums that reimagined rock as a force of almost symphonic stature, exploring themes of societal alienation (The Wall), class consciousness (Animals), and existence itself (Dark Side of the Moon). Songs like "Comfortably Numb" and "Another Brick in the Wall" braided the band's protestant spirit with science fiction’s dystopic slant. But the Surrey, UK-born singer, songwriter, and bassist didn’t just help expand rock's conceptual vocabulary: Under him, Pink Floyd became one of the first major groups to incorporate synthesizers and sound effects, extending The Beatles’ experiments with tape collage to new technological frontiers. His vision doesn’t end at music. Staunchly anti-establishment, Waters also embodies the figure of artist-as-activist, raising awareness and funds for causes as far-reaching as malaria, climate change, disaster relief, and Palestinian rights. In turn, he has influenced everyone from fellow progressive rock icons Rush to The Flaming Lips and Radiohead—Floyd disciples who turned grand philosophical questions into anthems of substance.

Great Bookham, Cambridge, England
06 September 1943




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