Director: Ken O'Neil; Roger Waters
Producer: Tony Hollingsworth
Writer: Roger Waters
Roger Waters: The Wall: Live in Berlin documents the Waters' historic performance of the classic album 'The Wall' which was mostly written By Waters when he was in the band Pink Floyd. The show takes place, literally, on the Berlin Wall. The show starts with Waters singing and as he is doing so, a wall of huge faux blocks is beginning to be constructed behind him. As Waters progresses through all the songs of the original record, the faux wall grows to a point where animation from the Pink Floyd film can be shown on it. The wall gets so large that eventually Waters and some of his musical guests take turns singing from top of it. It looks at least 40 feet tall. Cyndi Lauper does a performance of 'We Don't Need No Education'. Joni Mitchell performs 'Goodbye Blue Sky' and Van Morrison shows up for 'Comfortably Numb'. In the end, the huge wall, finally completed, is tumbled to the ground.
Edition Details -
Region: Region 1
Release Date: 1990
Nr of Tapes: 1
Used VHS video in very good condition with cardboard case in very good condition.
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