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Did you know that Eric Clapton and Roger Waters worked together on the soundtrack for John Hurt’s Hit? That is where their later cooperation on Waters’ Pros and Cons Of Hitch Hiking album originated. Did you know that the voice at the end of the Dark Side Of The Moon album belongs to Abbey Road studios’ then doorman Jerry Driscoll? Did you know that although Meddle contains the anthem of Liverpool FC, Waters is a devoted supporter of the London “Gunners” Arsenal FC?
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the wall live in berlin

The Wall Live In Berlin

release date:

17.9. 1990

catalog numbers:

LP (1990) - Polygram Mercury 846 611-1
CD (????) -

songs and interprets:

  • In The Flesh? - The Scorpions
  • The Thin Ice - Ute Lemper and Roger Waters
  • Another Brick In The Wall, part 1 - Roger Waters, sax: Garth Hudson
  • The Happiest Days Of Our Lives - Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Stan Farber, Jim Haas and Roger Waters
  • Another Brick in The Wall, part 2 - Cyndi Lauper, guitar solos: Rick Di Fonzo, Snowy White, Peter Wood, Thomas Dolby
  • Mother - Sinead O'Connor & The Band a Garth Hudson, vocals: Rick Danko and Levon Helm
  • Goodbye Blue Sky - Joni Mitchell, flute solo: James Galway
  • What Shall We Do Now - Bryan Adams and Roger Waters
  • Young Lust - Bryan Adams (speech: Jerry Hall)
  • One Of My Turns - Roger Waters
  • Don't Leave Me Now - Paul Carrack
  • Another Brick In The Wall, part 3 - Paul Carrack
  • Goodbye Cruel World - Paul Carrack
  • Hey You - Paul Carrack
  • Is There Anybody Out There? - The Rundfunk Orchestra with choir, guitars: Snowy White and Rick Di Fonzo
  • Nobody Home - Roger Waters, guitar solo: Snowy White
  • Vera - Roger Waters and The Rundfunk Orchestra with choir
  • Bring The Boys Back Home - Rundfunk Orchestra with choir and the Soviet Union's Army Choir
  • Comfortably Numb - Van Morrison, Roger Waters and The Band, guitar solo: Rick Di Fonzo a Snowy White
  • In The Flesh - Roger Waters and The Bleeding Heart Band
  • Run Like Hell - The Rundfunk Orchestra with choir
  • Waiting For The Worms - Soviet Union's Army Choir
  • Stop + The Trial - The Rundfunk Orchestra with choir, Prosecutor: Tim Curry, Teacher: Thomas Dolby, Wife: Ute Lemper, Mother: Marianne Faithfull, Judge: Albert Finney
  • The Tide Is Turning - The Company (all)


Recorded at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin by the last piece of the Berlin wall that was left there as a memento at 21 July 1990
Produced by: Nick Griffiths and Roger Waters
Artwork: Mark Norton - 4i Collaboration

Bleeding Heart Band:
Andy Fairweather-Low - guitars and bass guitar
Graham Broad - drums and percussion
Rick Di Fonzo - guitars
Snowy White - guitar
Nick Glenny-Smith - keyboards
Peter Wood - keyboards
Joe Chemay, Jim Farber, Jim Haas, John Joyce - backing vocals

The East German Radio Orchestra conducted by Hans Dieter Baum
The East German Radio Orchestra conducted by Dietrich Knothe
The Red Army Orchestra conducted by Viktor Afanasyev


An epic revival of The Wall in the most suitable place in the world. Attended by many A-list artists, accompanied with perhaps the most amazing sound and light FX ever or, for example, actual WWII fighters that flew over the audience.  Back
English version by:
Vít Benešovský, Jan "Johnny" Petrus

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