Roger Waters - Live In Berlin 1990

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Rate this album

5 - Best
5
11%
4
5
11%
3
9
20%
2
14
32%
1 - Rate this
11
25%
 
Total votes: 44

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Re: Roger Waters - Live In Berlin 1990

Post by pinkfloyd » Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:12 am

very very bad ](*,)

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Re: Roger Waters - Live In Berlin 1990

Post by azza200 » Wed Nov 13, 2013 1:28 pm

admiral panther wrote:i just got a copy of this for the 2nd time and am wondering if were going to get a dvd from the wall tours. alls i have to do is watch as many times as roger performs it, in other words i want to watch it alot. right now if it doesnt come anytime soon it is the wall in berlin for me.

There are plenty of good fan edit bootlegs from the last tour which make this show rather redundant to watch as it is horrendus and off the scale BAD.

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Re: Roger Waters - Live In Berlin 1990

Post by UsNotThem » Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:33 pm

I really like it, its a different approach on The Wall.

You gotta love One of my Turns/Don't Leave Me Now, I wish he would've done that on his recent tour! Also the dictator trilogy are brilliant, very theatrical.

One thing I do wish he would've done was add The Show Must Go On, shame it was missed out both in this concert and in the movie, I think its a great short song!

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Re: Roger Waters - Live In Berlin 1990

Post by FreeFour » Mon Nov 18, 2013 4:37 pm

2/5

I bought it on its original release and listened to it a lot. At the time I quite liked it and it got a lot of airplay from the in car CD......there are a few nice moments but I think overall (& others have already pointed this out) it lacks any form of intimacy and the whole Van Morrison Comfortably Numb thing is just awful.

I gave it 2/5 really just for Nobody Home & Hey You.

Fortunately for RW (& us) he totally redeemed himself with the album he released a couple of years later.

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Re: Roger Waters - Live In Berlin 1990

Post by Morty » Sat Nov 15, 2014 2:23 pm

Compared to being there this sounds good, so enjoy it out of sentimental and nostalgic reasons. It also has a couple of nice versions. So a weak 3 from me.