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Roger Waters: The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking (Harvest)

Review by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, May 1984

THERE IS a latent longing in many an English mega-rock star to become an intellectual seer, to splash garish helpings of philosophy and instructive comments ...

Over The Wall: An interview with Roger Waters

Interview by Chris Salewicz, Q, August 1987

ROGER WATERS assumed leadership of the Pink Floyd in '68, turning them from a fringe festival attraction into the most popular touring group of the ...

Roger Waters: Out of Troubled Waters

Profile and Interview by Mark Cooper, Guardian, The, November 1987

Roger Waters now finds himself in competition with his one-time colleagues in Pink Floyd – he doesn't like it but there are compensations. Mark Cooper ...

Roger Waters: Wembley Arena, London

Live Review by Richard North, New Musical Express, December 1987

WELCOME TO the latest in Roger's line of grand political concepts, Radio KAOS. An ever proliferating network of seductive allusions, provocative hints, suggestive cross-references. ...

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Interview by Steve Turner, Radio Times, May 1990

RW: I did an interview a couple of years ago for a guy called Red Beard who worked for a radio station in Dallas and ...

Roger Waters: The Wall In Berlin

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, September 1990

They said it couldn’t be done. The most extravagant reconstruction of The Wall, featuring the most unlikely and impressive cast, the most immodestly proportioned props ...

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Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 1992

YOU CAN TELL a lot about your view of Roger Waters by your reaction to those terms. As the creative force of Pink Floyd from ...

Roger Waters: Who the hell does he think he is?

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, November 1992

"SO HOW'S SYD these days?" ...

Roger Waters: Off The Wall

Interview by Johnny Black, MOJO, March 2003

To some, Roger Waters is the reactionary ogre who destroyed Pink Floyd. To many others, he's one of the few truly intelligent voices in rock ...

see also Pink Floyd

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