Dallas, TX- February 5, 2013. North American syndicated Rock radio show InTheStudio:
The Stories Behind History's Greatest Rock Bands heads to the farm this week for an insider's look at Pink Floyd's 1977 album Animals. How did Pink Floyd evolve from the sublime cynicism of Dark Side of the Moon to the madness and despair of The Wall six years later? In these classic interviews with David Gilmour, Nick Mason, and bigconcept composer Roger Waters you'll hear first-hand the vital importance of this
transitional Pink Floyd album Animals. As Roger Waters reveals to InTheStudio host
Redbeard, it was actually during the final stadium concert on the Animals tour when Waters experienced a cathartic climax that would change rock history.
"The last one we did was in Montreal in the Olympic Stadium. Ninety thousand people
stretching forever into the distance. Chain link fencing in front of the stage. Kids
apparently on some kind of Pavlovian dog trip, screaming their heads off (for the song "Money") from the moment we appeared on stage until the moment we left. Nobody
listening. And what was important was the demagoguery, the worship of the very 'rich' people...It's the worship of idols, from afar, and I find it distressing...And I experienced 'the wall ' very powerfully on that day."
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