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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Roger Waters
  • 1987-11-21
  • Soundboard Kaos - (Ayanami 058)
  • Wembley Arena
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  • London
  • Middlesex
  • England
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  • davebowman
  • 12th of June 2010
					
  • ROGER WATERS November 21, 1987 Empire Pool, Wembley, Middlesex, England "Soundboard KAOS" Label: Ayanami 058 Tracks: 1. Radio Waves (5:12) 2. Welcome To The Machine (8:36) 3. Who Needs Information? (6:58) 4. Me Or Him? (5:18) 5. The Powers That Be (4:04) 6. Sunset Strip (4:27) 7. If (3:47) 8. Every Stranger's Eyes (5:01) 9. Nobody Home (4:26) 10. Home (6:40) 11. Four Minutes (5:16) 12. The Tide Is Turning (6:41) Total length: 67 min 38 sec Source: UNKNOWN>SHN Quality: EX+ All tracks: Wembley Arena, Wembley, Middlesex, England. November 21st, 1987. [JIM LADD: Ladies and gentlemen we are about to begin our live satellite broadcast from Radio KAOS. We will do that with one more telephone call, this one is from an outside line.] [BILLY: Hello, I am Billy.] [JIM LADD: Yes?] [BILLY: I hear radio waves in my head.] [JIM LADD: You hear radio waves in your head. Ok. Is there a request you have tonight for KAOS?] Radio Waves [JIM LADD: Allright. That was a song called 'Radio Waves' from Roger Waters and the Bleeding Heart Band. You're listening to a live satellite broadcast from KAOS On The Road and we've got Billy on the line.] [BILLY: I'm from the valleys.] [JIM LADD: You're from the valley?] [BILLY: No, Jim you schmuck, the Valleys. Wales, male voice choirs.] [JIM LADD: Oh I get it, Wales, England. Now is this sperm or blue-tip?] [BILLY: Ha, ha, ha, ha. Very funny Jim.] [JIM LADD: Ha, ha, sorry. Obviously when you were put together batteries were not included. Is that why your voice sounds like.] [BILLY: I'm spastic Jim.] [JIM LADD: Well look, all that aside I'm just glad you're with us tonight Billy. Welcome to the machine.] Welcome To The Machine [JIM LADD: Kaos On The Road. The voice of free Rock and Roll radio.] [RADIOAD: K. A. O. S. Radio.] [JIM LADD: Let's go back to the telephones now. While you were listening to that last song Billy and I were having a conversation and he was explaining me how he was able to call me here at the station.] [BILLY: I want to use the radio Jim. I realised I [...]] [JIM LADD: Uh hm, yeah?] [BILLY: I can hack my way into anywhere I choose.] [JIM LADD: Let me get this straight. You can hack your way [...]] [...] [BILLY: Information is power.] [JIM LADD: Information is power? I like that. Let me get this straight. You just moved out to L.A., you're living with your great uncle Dave. You're a long way from home pal.] [BILLY: I miss the male voice choirs. And Molly.] [JIM LADD: Who's Molly?] [BILLY: And [...]] [JIM LADD: Who's Billy?] Who Needs Information? [JIM LADD: Well Billy, if you really are as clever as you say. Perhaps you could close the doow.] Me Or Him? [JIM LADD: This is some live Rock and Roll here at K.A.O.S. Where Rock'n'Roll comes out of chaos and a song called 'The Powers That Be'.] The Powers That Be [RADIOAD: K. A. O. S. Radio.] [JIM LADD: Radio K.A.O.S. we think of it as main street. But to the rest of the world it is known as the Sunset strip.] Sunset Strip [RADIOAD: K. A. O. S. Radio.] If > Every Stranger's Eyes [JIM LADD: Guitar Andy Fairweather Low.] [RADIOAD: K. A. O. S.] (fade) [JIM LADD: You go to school for 12 years for [...] for all kinds of useless facts, called homework. Trying to please your parents, trying to please your teachers. When you come out after the end of those 12 years the lights are on, but nobody's home.] Nobody Home [BILLY: I'm finished Jim.] [JIM LADD: You're finished Billy? Did you solve the problem or come to some sort of decision?] [BILLY: It's late. I am [...]] [JIM LADD: Excuse me what's the point?] [BILLY: [...]] [JIM LADD: Then I agree with you. [...]] [BILLY: It's time to go home.] [JIM LADD: Billy? Easy Billy. What do you mean it's time to go home? Billy? Easy Billy.] [BILLY: It's time to go home.] Home [BILLY: Four minutes and counting.] [JIM LADD: [...]] [BILLY: We're all going home. I've decided to push the button Jim.] [JIM LADD: What button? You mean the button?] [BILLY: Yes, the big red button. I'm sorry Jim] Four Minutes [BILLY: Six, five, four... [...] And the powers that be.] [JIM LADD: [...]] The Tide Is Turning Comments: Broadcast by Capitol radio in 1988. Bleeding Hear Band: Roger Waters (vocals, bass, guitar) Graham Broad (drums, percussion) Paul Carrack (keyboards, vocals) Mel Collins (saxophones) Andy Fairweather Low (guitars, bass) Jay Stapley (guitar) Katie Kissoon (backing vocals) Doreen Chanter (backing vocals) Jim Ladd (DJ)