Roger Waters mentioned he is bought little curiosity in “loud rock ‘n’ roll” comparable to AC/DC or Van Halen.
The Pink Floyd co-founder not too long ago appeared on The Joe Rogan Expertise for an almost three-hour chat. Waters mentioned he made substantial progress on writing a guide through the pandemic, “leaving all of the Pink Floyd stuff until final, for apparent causes — exhausting issues to put in writing about.”
Rogan instructed that Pink Floyd’s breakup was the largest in rock historical past, to which Waters responded: “Possibly. I am not very up on rock historical past, as a result of I am not very considering hottest music. I imply, there are particular people who I am nice followers of: primarily the writers, the singer-songwriters, you already know. So, [Bob] Dylan and Neil Younger. However I will not begin a protracted record, as a result of I most likely might, however it’s that finish of the spectrum that I am extra considering.”
The singer added that he is “not actually considering loud rock ‘n’ roll — which some persons are and so they like it, however I could not care much less about AC/DC or Eddie Van Halen or any of that stuff. It is simply, who? I do not go, ‘Who?’ as a result of clearly I do know the title. And I am certain Eddie’s sensible and an important guitar participant and great. It simply does not curiosity me.”
Waters is nearing the tip of the 2022 North American leg of his This Is Not a Drill Tour, which can resume in Might 2023 in Europe. “These are the very best exhibits I’ve ever accomplished, by far,” he informed Rogan. I’ve made an actual breakthrough, and that is the primary time I’ve ever kind of managed to speak with an viewers in a manner that’s satisfying.”
“I’ve opened my coronary heart. I am susceptible,” Waters continued. “And but, as a result of I’ve accomplished that, they’re responding, and in consequence I’ve grow to be bolder. You already know, the extra you threat, the extra you doubtlessly lose, but additionally the extra you doubtlessly achieve.”
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