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The Wall (2011 Remastered Version)

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Co-directed by Roger Waters and David Gilmour, The Wall, Pink Floyd's eleventh studio album, was released in the UK on November 30, 1979 on the Harvest record label and in the United States on December 8, 1979 on Columbia. It is the last studio album with the line-up of David Gilmour (guitar), Roger Waters (bass guitar and lyricist), Richard Wright (keyboards) and Nick Mason (drums). In 1977, Roger Waters — singer, bassist, lyricist, composer and arranger of Pink Floyd — sketched on a sheet of paper a wall separating audience and musicians. Based on this projection, he calls on Bob Ezrin (producer of Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Kiss, etc.) to help him realize his project. A double album with a strong concept was released and was a massive success — more than thirty million copies sold. A real introspection of Waters' life, the album combines fiction and reality through the story of Pink, a young rock star (who in fact symbolizes Waters himself) prey to his demons and who, little by little, builds a chimerical wall around him to cut himself off from the world. This particularly ambitious rock opera essentially bears the emotional mark of Roger Waters (evocation of his absent father, his abusive mother and the rigidity of a school system that traumatized him for life).
The Wall was first remastered in 1994 in the UK by EMI. Then in 1997 the Columbia firm remastered the album, with better sound quality than EMI's, to be released in the United States, Canada, Australia, South America and Japan. Shortly after the album's twentieth anniversary, Capitol relaunched the 1997 edition in the United States in 2000 taking over the European remastering, and EMI did the same in Canada, Australia, South America and the United States. Japan. In 2011, the album was painstakingly remastered by James Guthrie (the sound engineer and co-producer of the original album) and Joel Plante, at das boot recording studio located in Lake Tahoe, California. (Qobuz / GG)


 

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1
In The Flesh?
00:03:18

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, lead vocals, bass guitar, EMS VCS 3 – David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitar - Richard Wright, Synthesizers - Nick Mason, drums) - Fred Mandell, Hammond Organ - Backing vocals : Bruce Johnson, Toni Tennille, Joe Chemay, John Joyce (and Stan Farber, Jim Haas) - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Michael Kamen, Orchestrations - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

2
The Thin Ice
00:02:26

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals [second verse], bass guitar – David Gilmour, vocals [first verse], electric & acoustic guitar, Prophet-5 synthesizer - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, piano, Hammond Organ) - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

3
Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 1
00:03:12

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, lead vocals, bass guitar, backing vocals – David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitar, harmony vocals - Richard Wright, Minimoog, electric piano, Hammond organ, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

4
The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
00:01:50

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, lead vocals, bass guitar, backing vocals, background laughter, voice of schoolmaster – David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitars - Nick Mason, floor tom, snare & kick drum - Richard Wright, clavinet, synthesizer, Hammond Organ) - James Guthrie, Hi-hat and choke cymbal - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

5
Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2
00:03:58

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals [unison with Gilmour], bass guitar – David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitar, vocals [unison with Waters] - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, Hammond organ, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Pupils of Islington Green Primary School, Chorus (Noel Davis, chorus master) - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

6
Mother
00:05:34

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals [verse], acoustic guitar – David Gilmour, vocals [chorus], 12-string acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar) - Bob Ezrin, Harmonium, Hammond organ & Piano - Jeff Porcaro, Drums - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

7
Goodbye Blue Sky
00:02:47

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, EMS VCS 3 synthesizer – David Gilmour, lead & harmony vocals, acoustic guitar, bass, Prophet-5 synthesizer - Richard Wright, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Harry Waters, Child voice (intro) - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

8
Empty Spaces
00:02:07

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals, bass, VCS3 – David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitar, clavinet, ARP synthesizer - Richard Wright, piano) - James Guthrie, Synthesizers - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

9
Young Lust
00:03:30

Pink Floyd (David Gilmour, vocals, guitar, bass - Roger Waters, backing vocals – Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, Hammond organ, electric piano) - Chris Fitzmorris, Male telephone voice - Music & Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

10
One Of My Turns
00:03:36

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals & bass guitar – David Gilmour, lead guitar - Nick Mason, drums & percussion - Richard Wright, Hammond organ & Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Bob Ezrin, Piano - Lee Ritenour, Rhythm guitar & Rhythm guitar with a wah-wah pedal - Trudy Young, Voice of the groupie - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

11
Don't Leave Me Now
00:04:16

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals & EMS VCS 3 – David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitar, backing vocals & breathing - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, bass pedals, Hammond organ, piano, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

12
Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 3
00:01:14

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, bass, vocals, rhythm guitar - David Gilmour, lead guitar - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

13
Goodbye Cruel World
00:01:13

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, bass guitar, vocals - Richard Wright, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Music by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

DISC 2

1
Hey You
00:04:38

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals [bridge and last verse] - David Gilmour, vocals [first and second verse], electric & acoustic guitars, fretless bass, pedal steel - Rick Wrigt, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hammond organ, synthesizer - Nick Mason, drums & percussion) - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

2
Is There Anybody Out There?
00:02:41

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, lead vocals, bass guitar - David Gilmour, whale/seagull sound (guitar and wah-wah pedal), backing vocals - Rick Wrigt, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Bob Ezrin, String synthesizer - Joe DiBlasi, Classical guitar - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Michael Kamen, Orchestral arrangement - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

3
Nobody Home
00:03:23

Pink Floyd (David Gilmour, bass guitar - Roger Waters, vocals, EMS VCS 3 - Richard Wright, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Bob Ezrin, piano - The New York Symphony Orchestra (strings & brass) & Michael Kamen, Conductor - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Michael Kamen, Orchestral arrangement - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

4
Vera
00:01:33

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals & acoustic guitar - David Gilmour, acoustic guitar & bass guitar - Richard Wright, Prophet-5 synthesizer) - Bob Ezrin, piano - The New York Symphony Orchestra (strings) & Michael Kamen, Conductor - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Michael Kamen, Orchestral arrangement - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

5
Bring The Boys Back Home
00:01:27

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals - David Gilmour, background vocal on the reprise "Is There Anybody Out There?") - Joe Porcaro, snare drums - 35 New York drummers including Bleu Ocean, snare drums - New York City Opera Chorus, The New York Symphony Orchestra (strings) & Michael Kamen, Conductor - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Michael Kamen, Orchestral arrangement - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

6
Comfortably Numb
00:06:22

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals & bass - David Gilmour, lead & harmony vocals [chorus], acoustic & electric guitars, pedal steel guitar, Prophet-5, synthesizer - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, Hammond organ) - Lee Ritenour, Additional acoustic guitar - The New York Symphony Orchestra (strings, wind instruments, percussion) & Michael Kamen, Conductor - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - David Gilmour, Composer - Roger Waters, Lyricist - Michael Kamen, Orchestral arrangement - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

7
The Show Must Go On
00:01:36

Pink Floyd (David Gilmour, electric & acoustic guitar, vocals, bass, roto toms - Richard Wright, Synthesizer - Nick Mason, drums & percussion) - Backing vocals : Bruce Johnson, Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Toni Tennille (and Stan Farber, Jim Haas) - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Michael Kamen, Orchestrations - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

8
In The Flesh
00:04:15

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, lead vocals, bass guitar, EMS VCS 3 – David Gilmour, ARP Quadra, electric & acoustic guitar, vocals - Nick Mason, drums) - James Guthrie, ARP Quadra - Fred Mandell, Hammond Organ - Bob Ezrin, Prophet-5 synthesiser - Backing vocals : Bruce Johnson, Toni Tennille, Joe Chemay, John Joyce (and Stan Farber, Jim Haas) - Written by Roger Waters - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound Equipment]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

9
Run Like Hell
00:04:23

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals, bass guitar, screaming, panting – David Gilmour, electric guitar, bass guitar, backwards cymbals, vocals (chorus) - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, Prophet-5 synthesizer, Hammond organ) - James Guthrie, Backwards cymbals, Running, Panting - Bobbye Hall, Congas, Bongos - David Gilmour, Composer - Lyrics by Roger Waters - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound effects : tire squealing]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

10
Waiting For The Worms
00:03:57

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, lead & backing vocals, megaphone vocals – David Gilmour, lead vocals, backing vocals (intro), laughter, acoustic & electric guitar, bass guitar, Prophet-5 synthesizer - Nick Mason, drums - Richard Wright, Hammond organ) - Bob Ezrin, Piano & backing vocals - Backing vocals : Bruce Johnson, Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Toni Tennille (and Stan Farber, Jim Haas) - Roger Waters, Composer & Lyricist - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound effects : tire squealing]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

11
Stop
00:00:30

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals) - Bob Ezrin, Piano - Roger Waters, Composer & Lyricist - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound effects : tire squealing]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

12
The Trial
00:05:18

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, vocals & bass - David Gilmour, guitars - Nick Mason, bass drum, cymbals - Richard Wright, piano) - Vicki Brown and Clare Torry, backing vocals - The New York Symphony Orchestra (brass) - Michael Kamen, Conductor - Bob Ezrin, Composer - Roger Waters, Lyricist - Bob Ezrin, Orchestration - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound effects : tire squealing]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

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Outside The Wall
00:01:42

Pink Floyd (Roger Waters, voice) - Frank Marocco, Concertina - Larry Williams, Clarinet - Trevor Veitch, Mandolin - Islington Green School (Children's choir from New York), Background Vocal - Roger Waters, Composer & Lyricist - Bob Ezrin, Performance Arranger - Produced by (in alphabetical order) Bob Ezrin, David Gilmour, Roger Waters - Co-produced by James Guthrie - James Guthrie, Engineer, Mastering Engineer - Other engineers : Nick Griffiths, Patrice Quef, Brian Christian, John McClure, Rick Hart - Technician [Sound effects : tire squealing]: Phil Taylor - James Guthrie, 2011 Remastering Engineer - Joel Plante, 2011 Remastering Engineer

© 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - © 2011 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - © 2016 Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner ℗ 1979 Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under licence to Harvest - ℗ 2011 The copyright in this sound is owned by the Pink Floyd Music Ltd. under exclusive licence to EMI Records - ℗ 2016 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pink Floyd Music Ltd., marketed and distributed by Warner

Album Description

Co-directed by Roger Waters and David Gilmour, The Wall, Pink Floyd's eleventh studio album, was released in the UK on November 30, 1979 on the Harvest record label and in the United States on December 8, 1979 on Columbia. It is the last studio album with the line-up of David Gilmour (guitar), Roger Waters (bass guitar and lyricist), Richard Wright (keyboards) and Nick Mason (drums). In 1977, Roger Waters — singer, bassist, lyricist, composer and arranger of Pink Floyd — sketched on a sheet of paper a wall separating audience and musicians. Based on this projection, he calls on Bob Ezrin (producer of Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Kiss, etc.) to help him realize his project. A double album with a strong concept was released and was a massive success — more than thirty million copies sold. A real introspection of Waters' life, the album combines fiction and reality through the story of Pink, a young rock star (who in fact symbolizes Waters himself) prey to his demons and who, little by little, builds a chimerical wall around him to cut himself off from the world. This particularly ambitious rock opera essentially bears the emotional mark of Roger Waters (evocation of his absent father, his abusive mother and the rigidity of a school system that traumatized him for life).
The Wall was first remastered in 1994 in the UK by EMI. Then in 1997 the Columbia firm remastered the album, with better sound quality than EMI's, to be released in the United States, Canada, Australia, South America and Japan. Shortly after the album's twentieth anniversary, Capitol relaunched the 1997 edition in the United States in 2000 taking over the European remastering, and EMI did the same in Canada, Australia, South America and the United States. Japan. In 2011, the album was painstakingly remastered by James Guthrie (the sound engineer and co-producer of the original album) and Joel Plante, at das boot recording studio located in Lake Tahoe, California. (Qobuz / GG)


 

Details of original recording : Recorded between April and November 1979 at Superbear Miravel, France

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