Roger Waters to release ‘The Wall’ live album produced by Radiohead’s Nigel Godrich

Album to be released as accompaniment to film documenting Waters' touring the classic Pink Floyd album

Roger Waters will release a live album from his time spent touring Pink Floyd‘s ‘The Wall’ as a solo artist.

Waters toured the iconic Pink Floyd album around the world between 2010-2013 with the jaunt subject of a new documentary which hit cinemas last month (September). The two-disc live album consists of recordings from the tourdates and has been produced by Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich.

Waters recently confirmed that he’s working on a possible stage adaptation of his band’s classic album ‘The Wall’.


Speaking to NME ahead of the film’s theatrical release, Waters revealed that he’s working on a stage version of the record with one of the writers behind the film Billy Elliot.

“We’ve done workshops with it as a theatrical piece, and I suspect we’ll see it sooner rather than later,” Waters said. “I’ve been working with Lee Hall, who did Billy Elliot, writers and producers, and I think that team will put it on the stage first in London, then New York and then maybe it’ll tour. People have been reduced to both laughter and tears in the workshops, which is a great sign.”

Read the full NME interview with Roger Waters.

Available on CD, vinyl and digitally from November 20, a tracklist for the 29-song album is available below:

Disc 1

‘In The Flesh?’
‘The Thin Ice’
‘Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 1’
‘The Happiest Days Of Our Lives’
‘Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2’
‘The Ballad Of Jean Charles De Menezes’
‘Goodbye Blue Sky’
‘Empty Spaces’
‘What Shall We Do Now?’
‘Young Lust’
‘One Of My Turns’
‘Don’t Leave Me Now’
‘Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 3’
‘Last Few Bricks’
‘Goodbye Cruel World’

Disc 2

‘Hey You’
‘Is There Anybody Out There?’
‘Nobody Home’
‘Bring The Boys Back Home’
‘Comfortably Numb’
‘The Show Must Go On’
‘In The Flesh’
‘Run Like Hell’
‘Waiting For The Worms’
‘The Trial’
‘Outside The Wall’