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Roger Waters to release 'The Wall' live O2 Arena DVD?

The former Pink Floyd man has announced that all six London shows will be recorded

One of the most anticipated sets of the weekend will come courtesy of Pink Floyd's Roger Waters. The band's bassist and lyricist will be performing as part of his worldwide 'Dark Side Of The Moon Live' tour, which began in Rio in 2006 and sees him play Pink Floyd's seminal 1973 album in its entirety. Pic: PA Photos
Roger Waters could be set to release a live DVD of 'The Wall'.

A notice on the former Pink Floyd man's website - RogerWaters.com, reveals that all six gigs at the O2 Arena in London will be filmed next May.

No official confirmation about a DVD release has been made, although the notice goes on to tell fans not to use flash photography as "flash wipes out the images projected on 'The Wall', which are the most important part of the show."

As previously reported, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and David Gilmour are set to perform the band's classic 'Comfortably Numb' at a selected gig on Waters' tour.

The world tour, which will also visit Manchester's MEN Arena and Dublin's O2 Arena next year, features a 240-foot projection onto the wall built in front of audience members.

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