June 26, 2012

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Concert Review: Roger Waters in Toronto

Nearly 35 years to the day that Roger Waters defiantly spit at an overzealous fan in Montreal — an event so solipsistic in the mind of the Pink Floyd bassist/songwriter/occasional vocalist that it would come to define the remainder of his career and, in turn, produce one of the most ambitious, claustrophobic and surprisingly commercial albums of all time — his resurrection of The Wall‘s theatrical incarnation came roaring into Toronto’s Rogers Centre in a spectacle of grandiosity nearly forgotten in our age of austerity.

(via nationalpost)

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