Extensive Roger Waters interview published
Written by Matt   
Friday, 28 October 2005

The new issue (cover date December 2005; issue 317) of the UK's Record Collector magazine features an interview with Roger Waters, under the headline of "The Missing Pink".

The interview, by RC's Jonathan Wingate, covers four pages and finds Roger in expansive mood, covering such topics as Ca Ira, and venturing into the world of opera; the hunting bill introduced by the UK's current government; and his poetry - where he mentions that he might issue "a slim volume [of poems] at some point".

There is also a fascinating passage where Roger explains how he approaches his music and writing, and how he develops pieces.

Finally, there is a discussion of Pink Floyd, before and after his departure, which has him in particular, discussing the qualities which still exist with Dark Side Of The Moon.

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