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The Wall - Live in Berlin

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Roger Waters solo: Live double-album, released: September 17, 1990

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In The Flesh?

Scorpions

The Thin Ice

Ute Lemper & Roger Waters

Another Brick In The Wall, part one

Roger Waters
Sax solo: Garth Hudson

The Happiest Days Of Our Lives

Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Stan Farber,
Jim Haas & Roger Waters

Another Brick In The Wall, part two

Cyndi Lauper
Solo 1: Rick Di Fonzo
Solo 2: Snowy White
Solo 3: Peter Wood/Thomas Dolby

Mother

Sinead O'Connor & The Band
Accordian: Garth Hudson
Backing Vocals: Rick Danko & Levon Helm

Goodbye Blue Sky

Joni Mitchell
Flute solo: James Galway

What Shall We Do Now

Bryan Adams & Roger Waters

Young Lust

Bryan Adams
'Oh my God what a...': Jerry Hall

One Of My Turns
Don't Leave Me Now
Another Brick In The Wall, part three

Goodbye Cruel World

Roger Waters

Hey You

Paul Carrack

Is There Anybody Out There?

The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
Classic guitar: Rick Di Fonzo & Snowy White

Nobody Home

Roger Waters
Guitarsolo: Snowy White

Vera

Roger Waters and
The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir

Bring the Boys Back Home

The Rundfunk Orchestra and
The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army

Comfortably Numb

Van Morrison, Roger Waters & The Band
Guitar solos: Rick Di Fonzo & Snowy White

In The Flesh
Run Like Hell

Waiting For The Worms
Stop

Roger Waters, The Bleeding Heart Band
The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army

The Trial

The Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir
The Prosecutor: Tim Curry
The Teacher: Thomas Dolby
The Wife: Ute Lemper
Mother: Marianne Faithfull
The Judge: Albert Finney

The Tide Is Turning

The Company

The Memorial Fund For Disaster Relief
The Memorial Fund For Disaster Relief thanks each of the artists for donating all their royalties from the sale of this record in perpetuity.

Special Guest Artists:
Bryan Adams, The Band (Levon Helm, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson), Paul Carrack, Thomas Dolby, James Galway, Jerry Hall, The Hooters, Cyndi Lauper, Ute Lemper, Joni Mitchell, Paddy Moloney, Van Morrison, Sinead O'Connor, Scorpions

The Trial Sequence:
Tim Curry, Thomas Dolby, Ute Lemper, Marianne Faithfull, Albert Finney

The Bleeding Heart Band:
Graham Broad - drums
Rick Di Fonzo - guitar
Andy Fairweather Low - guitar & bass
Nick Glennie Smith - keyboards
Snowy White - Guitar
Peter Wood - Keyboards
Backing vocalists: Joe Chemay, Jim Farber, Jim Haas, John Joyce

Featuring:
The East Berlin Radio Orchestra (principal: Hans Dieter Baum), The East Berlin Radio Choir (Prinicipal: Dietrich Knothe), The Military Orchestra Of The Soviet Army (principal: Wiktor Afanesjew)
Orchestrated and conducted by Michael Kamen

Recorded live in Berlin, Saturday July 21, 1990.
Produced by Nick Griffiths & Roger Waters
Engineered by Nigel Jopson
Mixed by Nick Griffiths & Nigel Jopson
Orchestra recorded by Steven McGlaughlin
Assistant Sound Engineer: Heidi Cannavo

Special Thanks to:
Keith Bradley, Group Captain Leonard Cheshire VC OM DSO DFC, Mark Fisher, Tony Hollingsworth, Jonathan Park, Carolyne Waters, Mick Worwood

Live recording facilities: Eurosound Mobile & Manor Mobile Studios
Mixed at Olympic Studios
Thanks to Will Shapland, Ian Bridges, Peter Brandt

Design & Art diection: Mark Norton - 4i Collaboration
Show & Artists Photography: Adrian Boot, Tony Motram, Michael Putland, Paul Slattery



WHAT SHALL WE DO NOW?

Pink Floyd 1979

Lyrics/Music: Waters

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The Wall - Live In Berlin
Is There Anybody Out There?

Pink Floyd The Wall
The Wall - Live In Berlin

The original Pink Floyd recording of the song didn't make it to the final verson of 'The Wall' - even though the lyrics was printed on the inner sleeve. But the song was played at the concerts and used in the film 'Pink Floyd The Wall'. The first official album-release of the song is on 'The Wall -Live In Berlin'.

What shall we use to fill the empty spaces
where waves of hunger roar
Shall we set out across this sea of faces
in search of more and more applause?

Shall we buy a new guitar
Shall we drive a more powerful car
Shall we work straight through the night
Shall we get into fights
Leave the lights on
Drop bombs
Do tours of the east
Contract diseases
Bury bones
Break up homes
Send flowers by phone
Take to drink
Go to shrinks
Give up meat
Rarely sleep
Keep people as pets
Train dogs
Race rats
Fill the attic with cash
Bury treasure
Store up leisure
But never relax at all
with our backs to the wall

Lyrics Copyright: Pink Floyd Music Publishers / Pink Floyd Music 1979

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