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Roger Waters released his latest live album "Us + Them" in October 2020. The album captured his 2017-2018 tour of the same name. This episode concludes my 'Roger Waters' Series for now, listen in to hear my final thoughts on one of my favorite artists most current release. Next week I return to a band I started reviewing in the summer of 2017... ww…
 
In the Flesh is a two-disc live album that captures performances from Roger Waters' three-year In the Flesh tour. Rog made his return to the spotlight in the summer of 1999 and has been touring ever since. Listen to my thoughts on this live album as I share stories from the 1999 tour I saw twice and this CD/DVD release! www.apodcastandacd.com @APod…
 
Pink Floyd released the film version of The Wall in 1982. This version was the last of three that Roger Waters conceived during the break after the ‘In the Flesh’ tour. In this episode I discuss the narrative of the story a bit more, as well as listen in the the musical differences from the studio & live versions! www.apodcastandacd.com @APodcastan…
 
Over 20 years after the release of The Wall Pink Floyd released the two-disc set of the entire Wall show. Bootlegs had been around for years but it was nice to get an official release from Pink Floyd. Listen as I discuss the live version captured during the epic Wall tour from 1980-1981. www.apodcastandacd.com @APodcastandaCD…
 
In 2017 after 25 long years Roger Waters released his fourth full length solo album 'Is This The Life We Really Want?' After many successful tours and a few new songs released here and there over the years Roger Waters fans were extremely excited to hear this back in 2017. Listen in to hear what Rog came up with after such a longtime between solo a…
 
Roger Waters returned to the spotlight in 1999 with a successful 'In The Flesh' tour that woke a generation of fans to the reality that David Gilmour wasn't the only face behind Pink Floyd. Roger Waters led a successful tour from 1999-2002 while proving to fans world-wide that he was the creative force behind Pink Floyd during their most successful…
 
Van Halen returned in 2015 for their final tour supporting their first live album featuring singer David Lee Roth. The live album was received well, as was the tour that featured a lot of songs that hadn't been played live since the bands early days. This was recorded after Eddie's passing and it was difficult to record, but I hope it brings a smil…
 
Van Halen returned in 2004 with lead singer Sammy Hagar for a tour and three new songs to support another greatest hits compilation called "The Best of Both Worlds". The collection was advertised as the first compilation to include both Sammy and Dave songs mixed with each other. After a long tour VH seemed to have seen better days, but how do thes…
 
Van Halen returned in 1991 with the well made & well received 'For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge'. The album hit #1 like the previous two albums with Sammy Hagar, it had four big hits on the radio and MTV. Listen in to hear my thoughts on this classic album! www.apodcastandacd.com apodcastandacd@gmail.com @APodcastandaCD…
 
After David Lee Roth's departure from Van Halen in 1985 there was a lot of speculation about if the band could continue without him. But Van Halen came back with their first number one record. Sammy Hagar was this singer that replaced DLR, and there's still debate until this day about who's the best singer of VH. Listen in to revisit this classic a…
 
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