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Roger Waters: The Wall In Berlin

Phil Sutcliffe, Q, September 1990

They said it couldn’t be done. The most extravagant reconstruction of The Wall, featuring the most unlikely and impressive cast, the most immodestly proportioned props and the most poignant of settings. Phil Sutcliffe meets the former Pink Floyd overlord Roger Waters in Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz and unearths the intriguing motives for his multi-media comeback.

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