New Roger Waters interview
Written by Matt   
Saturday, 12 December 2009

Yesterday, Roger Waters was interviewed by legendary British TV presenter David Frost, on his "Frost Over The World" programme aired by Al Jazeera English TV channel. In the interview, Roger talks about the Wall in 1990, the history of the band (with a focus on meeting Syd Barrett, and the growth of that relationship), and the "inevitable" break-up of Pink Floyd.

The Live8 reunion is remembered fondly, and he mentions, particularly in light of Richard Wright's very sad passing, how the concert had "the small window of opportunity to actually play together for one last time, and it was very important to me that we did that - it was a terrific experience..."

Finally, he talks again about his hopes for the proposed Wall tour of 2010/2011, noting that he was currently "crunching all the numbers at the moment", and noted that the tour would "probably be later next year".

You can view the whole interview below. Our thanks to Min Ha for the info.