Roger is almost set to wrap up his current South American Us + Them tour. A few days ago while at Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile, he played The Gunners Dream, which is included in this podcast. This edition of Brain Damage, we go back eleven years but stay at the same venue for Roger’s Dark Side of The Moon World Tour. Here’s the playlist. Please remember to donate and leave comments! Thank you and enjoy!
Here’s a gig I’ve been meaning to feature for quite sometime. This is a Westwood One radio broadcast of Roger’s 1985 Pros And Cons. This is not the show/tour with Eric Clapton; but if you want to hear that, check out this episode. The sound of this gig from Radio City Music Hall is really amazing. Much better than most versions out there and I explain why in the podcast. Here’s the playlist. Enjoy!
The broadcast (this podcast) features a live performance of the 2nd set + encore while the 1st set was prerecorded from the night before on March 27th.
Imagine you and only a dozen other people in a large film studio, all sitting on plastic garden chairs watching Roger and his band rehearse for an upcoming tour. This podcast will make imagining that a lot easier. “In The Flesh” World tour rehearsals at Bray Studios in Windsor, U.K., 22 February 2002. Here’s the playlist
Finally I got to do what I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. The first half of this podcast is what it would sound like if Roger had actually done a full Animals set. Its a fun listen. The second half is David in Brazil. Here’s the playlist. Thank you for listing and for your support throughout the year. Cheers!
FoH is for Front of House. This podcast is chuck full of goodies. Roger breaks out three new songs and David adds a guitar solo! For this episode, we go back to the desert for a crystal clear, front of house recording of Roger’s first weekend performance at Desert Trip, Empire Polo Grounds Indio, California 9. October 2016. It’s a long one. Here’s the playlist
This is almost like a continuation from the last podcast. It picks up where the other left off. Lines were very long to get in the venue. Roger tours with 18 trucks full of gear for his 2017 Us+ Them North American Tour. Greensboro Coliseum only has three bays to unload, which made it a nightmare for the roadies because it badly slowed their set up time. They managed to get things set up just in time but not before crowds were supposed to be let in. Anyway, this is an excellent recording from the floor, center stage. Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, N.C., 18. July, 2017. Here’s the playlist.
Photo: Josh Hampton
Floydpodcast.com hits the road for this edition of Brain Damage and visits the “gate city” Greensboro, North Carolina! It’s A Fleeting Glimpse Forum member conGREGation and this podcast is the pre & post show party soundtrack for Roger’s concert at the Greensboro Coliseum. It’s only the “best of” Roger Waters for this podcast and has a really nice flow to it. Perfect for the background at a bar, hanging with friends or for your own private listening. Of all the Roger Waters mix’casts I’ve done, this is my favorite. Here’s the playlist! Enjoy!
Lots of fun at Roger’s rehearsal last night at the Meadowlands. You can find all about his Us+Them 2017 tour, beginning is Kansas City later this week on Friday 5/26 and ending in Vancouver on 10/28. Roger Waters Us + Them Tour.
Other shows I’ll be attending are:
– 7/18 Greensboro, N.C.
– 9/11 Brooklyn, N.Y.
– 9/27 & 9/28 Boston, MA
Twenty-four hours later, here I am posting this special episode for your enjoyment. Here’s the playlist Please be sure to comment below,
We start things off with a surprise and end it with two more. Sandwiched in the middle is a gripping performance from Roger and his band during the second weekend of Desert Trip, October 16th in Indio California. The recording is amazing and but slightly doctored up to bring out the best possible sound. I hope you enjoy! If you do, please consider a small donation to help keep the site running. Thank you! Here’s the playlist/
Ever since Roger released his Wall soundtrack, I’ve been playing around with recreating the entire evening’s experience, much like what I originally wanted to do for the Intermission podcast back in February. This time I used the the film soundtrack but discovered that Roger removed several bits from the original live performance so I, very carefully, put them back using material from the June 2011 Duesseldorf gig. Here’s the playlist. Enjoy this little Christmas gift!