Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Czech, Jan 9, 2016.
More likely to be aware of political abuse of power ?
That double album was great for cleaning seeds out of my weed back in the day.
oh yeah, the music was good too.
Should I trust the government ?
there's still remnants in my album to this day.
most people are clueless to lyrics
so the answer is no
Sadly, you are correct.
Most of it is lost on casual fans.
Stop making threads.
Even imagery from the movie ? I don't think so ,
Czech, I'm gonna break your balls.
The movie is hardly indicative of the political content of the album or live shows.
I don't think Waters and Alan Parker were doing anything other than showing Pink's disillusion with stardom and his lost humanity.
Have you heard the disco version of Have a Cigar?
Untrue , bob gild offs part is rather small ; what's more is the imagery of walking hammers and scenes of revolution
All very minor to that version, compared to the album and live show.
I have seen it live twice, and the majority of the presentation is about Roger's thoughts on war, greed etc...
Just an idea , I suspect that the conceptual tone of the album would be appreciated more by the UK audience as they were under nazi threat for a decade . Not being from there , but that must be formative in it's culture .
I'm now enjoying the recently released live - the wall from France . Incredible performance .