Roger Waters “The Wall” Live in Berlin 1990 ⚒⚒

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Roger Water majestic Berlin Wall gig, with a cast of thousands.

The Wall – Live in Berlin was a live concert by Roger Waters and numerous guest artists of the Pink Floyd studio album The Wall, largely written by Waters during his time with the band. The show was held in Berlin on 21 July 1990, to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall eight months earlier.

Setlist:

0:43    “In the Flesh?” by Scorpions

4:16    “The Thin Ice” by Ute Lemper & and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir

7:15    “Another Brick in (Part 1)” by ; sax solo by Garth Hudson

10:59​ “The Happiest Days of Our Lives” by R. Waters

12:15​ “Another Brick in (Part 2)” by ; guitar solos by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White, organ solo by Peter Wood, synthesizer solo by

18:59​ “Mother” by Sinéad O’Connor and the Band; accordion by Garth Hudson, vocals by Rick Danko and Levon Helm; acoustic instruments by the Hooters

25:47​ “Goodbye Blue Sky” by and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir; flute by

29:32​ “Empty Spaces/What Shall We Do Now?” by , R. Waters and the Rundfunk  Orchestra & Choir

33:25​ “Young Lust” by , guitar solos by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White

39:05​ “Oh My God – What a Fabulous Room” by (intro “One of My Turns”)

39:57​ “One of My Turns” by R. Waters

42:43​ “Don’t Leave Me Now” by R. Waters

47:50​ “Another Brick in (Part 3)” by R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir

49:05​ “The Last Few Bricks”

51:15​ “Goodbye Cruel World” by R. Waters

52:50​ “Hey You” by

57:40​ “Is There Anybody Out There?” by the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir; classical guitars by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White

1:00:44​ “Nobody Home” by R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, guitar solo by Snowy White

1:05:35​ “Vera” by R. Waters and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir

1:06:47​ “Bring the Boys Back Home” by the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, Band of the Combined Soviet Forces in Germany and Red Army Chorus

1:09:37​ “Comfortably Numb” by , R. Waters, the Band, and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, guitar solos by Rick Di Fonzo and Snowy White

1:17:37​ “In the Flesh” by R. Waters, Scorpions, and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir

1:22:50​ “Run Like Hell” by R. Waters and Scorpions

1:27:50​ “Waiting for the Worms” by R. Waters, Scorpions and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir

1:31:53​ “Stop” by

1:32:22​ “The Trial” by the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir, featuring Tim Curry as the Prosecutor, as the Schoolmaster, Ute Lemper as the Wife, as the Mother and as the Judge

1:39:43​ “The Tide Is Turning (After Live Aid)” by the Company (lead vocals by R. Waters, , , , and ) and the Rundfunk Orchestra & Choir.

1:47:48​ “Outside ” by R. Waters (not on CD or vinyl)

The Company –vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar on “Mother”, rhythm guitar on “Hey You” Scorpions: Klaus Meine–lead vocals Rudolf Schenker–rhythm guitar, backing vocals Matthias Jabs–lead guitar, backing vocals Francis Buchholz–bass guitar, backing vocals Herman Rarebell–drums, backing vocals Ute Lemper–vocals –percussion, vocals –synthesizer, vocals Sinéad O’Connor–vocals The Band: Rick Danko–vocals Levon Helm–vocals Garth Hudson–accordion, soprano saxophone The Hooters: Eric Bazilian–guitar, vocals Rob Hyman–keyboards, vocals John Lilley–guitar, vocals Fran Smith Jr.–bass guitar, vocals David Uosikkinen–drums –vocals –flute –guitar, vocals –vocals –vocals –vocals Tim Curry–vocals –vocals –vocals The Bleeding Hearts Band Rick Di Fonzo–guitars Snowy White–guitars Andy Fairweather-Low–bass, guitar, backing vocals Peter Wood–keyboards, organ, synth Nick Glennie-Smith–keyboards, organ, synth Graham Broad–drums, electronic percussion Stan Farber–backing vocals, percussion Joe Chemay–backing vocals Jim Haas–backing vocals, percussion John Joyce–backing vocals

Source: Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) “The Wall” Live in Berlin 1990 ⚒⚒ (Full Concert) – YouTube

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