Waters Revisits Dark Side Of The Moon
Recorded by legendary sound engineer Alan Parsons, Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon is the sixth highest selling album of all time. Over forty million copies have been purchased in the last thirty-five years, and it continues to move an average of 9,500 discs a week. People just can’t get enough of its weird sound effects and trippy lyrics. One of those people still obsessed: Floyd’s own bassplayer Roger Waters.
According to NME, the now solo leader is planning to play Dark Side Of The Moon in its entirety during two upcoming European concerts. The gigs will take place on the fifteenth and eighteenth of May in Liverpool and London, respectively. So, dust off that bong and hunt down your ticket scalper, it’s going to be worth whatever he charges you.
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