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Roger Waters "Best Of" on it's way? Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Wednesday, 27 February 2002

There are unconfirmed reports that "The Best Of Roger Waters" will be released on Sony in mid-April. A facsimile that purports to be from Sony Music gives the tracklisting that if true, will see a 2002 remix of "Who Needs Information?", "Knocking On Heaven's Door" cover, "Lost Boys Calling" and "Flickering Flame" (possibly from the ITF DVD) being included, along with some videos. We stress that this is unconfirmed - more details as they become available.

For those of you who haven't heard of the great "Lost Boys Calling", here's Sony Classical's comments on the track:

The song is "Lost Boys Calling", it's Waters' newest single, and it's only available on the soundtrack to the new film "The Legend of 1900" starring Tim Roth. "Lost Boys Calling" marks an unprecedented collaboration between Waters, who wrote the lyrics and performs the vocals, legendary film composer Ennio Morricone (The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, The Mission), and guitar great Eddie Van Halen, who performs the guitar solos. Waters says "Collaborations with people on movie scores are very rare for me, but they sent me a cassette with Morricone playing the piano and singing the melody. It's such a beautiful melody, I wanted to do the song." "The Legend of 1900" soundtrack album also features the full original film score by Ennio Morricone, for which the melody from "Lost Boys Calling" is the main theme.

 
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