Fingal's Cave Podcast

A Podcast for all dedicated Pink Floyd fans
Follow Fingal's Cave for a fresh perspective on the music of Pink Floyd. Our contributors include Rosemary Breen (Syd Barrett's sister), leading researchers, musicians who have worked with the band, road crew, collectors, tapers and traders.

In this episode, we wanted to open up discussion on the solo career of Roger Waters, starting in 1984. Waters’ albums and stage productions depict some of the most interesting, powerful, and sometimes confusing concepts in music. So, to help us out, we invited two Roger Waters enthusiasts to delve deeper into this era of his career. We discuss our thoughts on each of Roger’s solo works from this period, as well as 1983’s The Final Cut. We also give insights into his groundbreaking stage productions from this era, talk about Magic BILLY and Radio KAOS, the reality of finding sound in a sea of faces and dust at The Wall in Berlin 1990, as well as answer the age old question: “What are The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking?”

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