Roger Waters: Us and Him (Season Two, Episode 2)
In the special episode, Billy talks with Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters. They discuss “lockdown recording at home”, Roger’s special friendship and memories with John, thoughts on the recent political events in the US and “the elephant in the room.” They conclude with a fascinating discussion on humanity and how we are all affected by recent world events. More about Roger Waters: A founder member, lyricist, and principal composer of Pink Floyd during the band’s most influential and creative period, Roger Waters has achieved global success and global renown. Under his guidance, the band made a series of best-selling albums, of which the most successful and iconic are The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Wall. Waters conceived The Wall as an album, a show, and a film, and it achieved huge success in all 3 incarnations. He has toured extensively, and with Roger Waters The Wall, became the most successful solo artist ever. Waters solo career has been prolific with his highly acclaimed albums and films, his latest being Us + Them (2020). His upcoming tour This Is Not A Drill is scheduled for 2021. Waters powerfully demonstrates that he is at heart, a musical activist and one of the most passionate political commentators of his time.
Prine Time is a monthly podcast hosted by Nashville bluesman deluxe Billy Prine (the younger brother of the late, great John Prine) and roots music producer Michael Dinallo. Prine Time is co-produced by Jonathan E. Mitchell. On Prine Time, we discuss interesting subjects pertaining to music, arts, places, people and things that we have seen and heard. Some we haven’t heard yet. Some we may never hear. But we guarantee you’ll be glad you joined us! We welcome you to get comfortable, grab a refreshment and sit back for the next 30 minutes or so and enjoy a little bit of paradise.