Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters Ruins the Song ‘Money’!

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His net worth is 320 million says Google. If there’s a following for his societal musings, I’m coming out with a fried chicken weight loss podcast. 


hahaha......I am eagrly awaiting the fried chicken weight loss podcast !

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This whole thread has gone all over the place!

Of course the whole point of being in a band is that you play your parts and instruments. If you are like Mike Oldfield you play everything yourself on Tubular Bells, in the case of Pink Floyd every band member played almost on every song, including "Money". So it's irrelevant to mention who played what on that song. The song is credited to Waters. 

More importantly the discussion started because of his re-recording of that track.

As I mentioned before I myself Do Not like the new version. But this has nothing to do with his character or if he is a nice person or not or his treatment of other band members or indeed his political and social views. You can agree or disagree with him but he has had all of those attributes way before re-recording Money! 

Would you like the new "Money" if he was a nice person and perfect band member?

Would you forget about all his characteristics and views if the new "Money" was even better than the original version?

Those of you who have seen Bob Dylan live know that he butchers almost all of his songs .....should we start a thread on what kind of person he is because of that?


.......I agree .....we must separate the Art from the Artist!

Good night everyone (and I thought this was Hi Fi and sound quality forum hahahaha)


Re Bob Dylan butchering most of his songs onstage, turn to his recent album Shadow Kingdom which is a recording of a small venue live performance.  Comprised of nearly all 60s work and stylistically minimally re-worked, he sings like he hasn't done for 30 years.  See tracklist below.  Order at once, in vinyl or polycarbonate.  You will be amazed what the man can still do.

This of course calls into question whether other stage performances are butchering the songs.  If Dylan couldn't sing them any other way, that might be butchering.  But now we know he can, at the age of over 80.  So perhaps he doesn't see other performances as butchering his work.


"When I Paint My Masterpiece" 4:28
2. "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine" 3:10
3. "Queen Jane Approximately" 5:16
4. "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" 2:58
5. "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" 4:11
6. "Tombstone Blues" 4:54
7. "To Be Alone with You" 3:10
8. "What Was It You Wanted" 4:53
9. "Forever Young" 3:18
10. "Pledging My Time" 3:27
11. "The Wicked Messenger" 2:47
12. "Watching the River Flow" 3:15
13. "It's All Over Now Baby Blue"