Us + Them (2020)
Richard Lewis watches a highly impressive document of Pink Floyd founder Roger Waters’ huge 'Us + Them' tour, which sees the musician in typically uncompromising, fiery form.
Raging Pages (2017)
Lisa Torem finds that Dave Thompson doesn’t stand on ceremony in his new biography about former Pink Floyd composer Roger Waters, and that exclusive interviews and diligent detail spike a variety of insights.
Roger Waters – The Wall Live (2012)
'Gig of a Lifetime' is a new column in which a different Pennyblackmusic writer each month will be reflecting upon a stand-out gig in their life. Andy Cassidy starts things off by writing about seeing Roger Waters perform 'The Wall' in Dublin
Roger Waters guitarist David Kilminster talks to Lisa Torem about his solo album, 'Scarlet', which five years after recording it, he decided ro re-record and reissue in a new and expanded 'Director's Cut'
A Delicate Sound of Thunder
Recorded during their longest ever tour, a reissue of 1988 concert film The Delicate Sound of Thunder sees Pink Floyd attempting to adapt their pioneering psych/ prog rock for a new generation. Richard Lewis reviews
Earls Court, London, May 1973
In 'Gig of a Lifetime' Keith How writes of attending one of Pink Floyd's legendary 'The Dark Side of the Moon' concerts at Earls Court in London in 1973
(Gig of a Lifetime) Earls Court, London, August 1980
In 'Gig of a Lifetime', Dastardly writes of attending his first ever gig, one of Pink Floyd's legendary 'The Wall' shows at Earls Court in London in 1980