Pink Floyd's The Wall Transformed For Stage Production
Part of the concept album was inspired after an incident at a 1977 Pink Floyd concert at Montreal's Olympic Stadium in which Waters spat on a fan. He tells a Montreal news conference: "The Wall is about the journey from the enmity of spitting in someone's face to the position where love becomes more important than that enmity."
Waters also admits he wasn't keen on the concept when he was first approached. He says: "I think my reply was somewhat dismissive. It had been my experience that experiments in collaboration between the worlds of rock and roll and the worlds of symphonic music were generally disastrous and should be embarked upon with extreme trepidation. But they were extremely persuasive." Read more here.
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