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Roger Waters: In the Flesh Live (2000)

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The documentary of Roger Waters' "In the Flesh" tour. This includes interviews and his solo version of some Pink Floyd songs.

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Each Small Candle is the only new song in this concert. Other sonngs are Pink Floyd classic and Roger Waters' earlier solo stuff. See more »

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During Brain Damage, we can hear a bass line being played during that Roger Waters have his hands in the air and singing "the lunatics are in my hall". And note that Andy Fairweather Low doesn't have a bass during this part. See more »

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A must for any Waters/Floyd fan
14 March 2002 | by (New England, USA) – See all my reviews

Bringing his famous "In the Flesh" tour to the live DVD market has got to be one of the most beloved thing Waters could do for his legion of fans. Packed with over 2 and 1/2 hours of sonic beauty, Waters over-views his entire musical tenure. Starting with Pink Floyd's "In the Flesh," Waters tips his hat to "The Wall" which then turns to the "Final Cut" and then "Animals" with one of the best versions of 'Dogs' since the late 1970's. Capping off his first set with numerous "Wish You Were Here" songs including 'Shine On you Crazy Diamond,' Waters gives Syd Barrett due credit.

His second set brings us back to 'Set the Controls' and then launches into a multi-song "Dark Side of the Moon" frenzy that includes songs that Waters, prior to 1999, hadn't ever played before. Going into solo mode, the band plays classics from "The Pros and Cons" and "Amused to Death" and finishes with "Brain Damage/ Eclipse."

After all of that, one who think the 57-year-old Waters would need a walker to get off stage. Proving us all wrong, Waters plays Floyd classic "Comfortably Numb" and then encores with a new song "Each Small Candle." Complete with a behind the scenes documentary and various pictures, Waters answers the question that he himself posed in the mid 70's: "Which One's Pink?"


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