Roger Waters To Film 'The Wall' Shows For Possible DVD Release

Six performances in London will be recorded

January 3, 2011 1:30 PM ET
Roger Waters To Film 'The Wall' Shows For Possible DVD Release
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Roger Waters has announced that all six of his performances of Pink Floyd’s The Wall at the O2 Arena in London in May will be filmed, most likely for an eventual DVD release.

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Waters has not confirmed the release of a disc, but has warned fans not to use flash photography at the concerts, as it will interfere with the projections on the 240-foot titular wall that will be built in front of the audience during the shows.

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Waters has promised that his former Pink Floyd bandmate David Gilmour will join him for a performance of “Comfortably Numb” at one of the nights on this tour. There has been no official confirmation of exactly which show, but it now seems very probable that Gilmour’s appearance will be recorded for posterity.

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