Roger Waters - The Pros And Cons Of Ride Hiking 24Bit 192KHz FLAC VINYL ANDYT1000 KAT

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As one abode of Pink Floyd, Roger Waters built his inscription around crafting albums tied together by florid thematic ideas, tranquil lyrics, and spectacular sonic experimentation. But the likely, initial — 1980s disintegration of Pink Floyd him unbind to court his own artistic inclinations, thoroughly unencumbered by the resourceful and interpersonal restrictions of his former bunch mates. Ironically, it was a contemplate that had very nearly been taken up by the Floyd that would end up as his first on one's own releasing: Waters had to begin with demoed The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking along with another album – entitled Bricks in the Fold Up – to the of his bunch in July 1977. After a dream of over, the bunch in due course certain that they preferred Bricks in the Fold Up (which, of course, in due course ended up as the now-acclaimed The Fold Up) and the cheque of The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking was dropped without much fanfare.

The concept of The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking, as envisioned by Waters in 1977, rotates around a man (curiously named Reg) who has a series of dreams about committing adultery during the sortie of a midlife calamity. The concept of fix raise hikers is presented here as a trope for unengaged and deserted people, and the central-superannuated Reg, who dreams that he and his (unnamed) mate are tourists driving along a homeland method in West Germany, is made to initiate one such yourself into his underlying take note of when he unwittingly picks up a fix raise hiker in his pipedream. The album then follows his consequent after, semi-wilful interrogation of his shortcoming confederation and his intimate struggles with fidelity, with events intriguing standing in actual on occasion (as indicated by the inexpensively titles). As an summary peering into the kind-hearted mind’s deepest and most rude desires, The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking is a travail dull with torrential overweight symbolism, unsettling figurativeness, bizarrely shifting scenes, and Waters’ trademark infernal wisecracks, which are all used to help unravel the gossip of Reg’s internal fray with himself.

Unfortunately, Waters’ travail proved too dull and knotty for most to take in – despite being backed by an fussy supporting journey which featured a acting set up like a bedroom and a 27 foot elevated encourage gauge, the album’s confusing chain of events order and Waters’ obstinate insistence on unsatisfying to shut up everything as it had been recorded on the album resulted in a bewildering pantomime that didn’t go down well with most audiences, and ticket sales soon started to suffer. Some of the tour’s bad destiny rubbed off on the album sales – The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking took eleven years to go gold, and by Trek 1985 – only a year after its releasing – could only be able to be played in North America’s smaller venues. To rub lay in the serape, David Fricke, one of the Floyd’s biggest former champions, wrote that Waters’ latest origin was nothing more than «a ill-tempered imitate, a understandable strive to demonstrate that Roger Waters was Pink Floyd».

As such, The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking isn’t as much a compilation of creditable artistic phrasing as it is a revealing snapshot of its creator’s artistic insufficiencies and the actual mid-existence issues plaguing him at the on occasion. Even the queer recklessness of the album camouflage, which features a rearmost-watch uncovered photograph of erotica actress Linzi Drew (and afterwards drew torrential overweight critique from various feminist groups for being sexist and advertising spoliate), tells us as much: here was a man with nothing to expend but everything to demonstrate. But even if the dynamic camouflage of The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking dramatically casts Waters as some up to the minute-superannuated sexist, the contents of the album don’t quite apportionment the same susceptibility. Instead, cranny trail “4.30 AM (Plainly They Were Traveling Overseas)” introduces us to Reg, who divulges his gossip with the greatest unwillingness: “We were inspirational away from the border/Looking for somewhere to sleep/The two of us sharing the driving/Two fix raise hikers slumped in the encourage heart,” he explains, with the barest tip at a excuse for intimacy in his vote as roar rolls ominously in the stretch. It is amidst these odd surroundings that Eric Clapton, who features on the album as a caller guitarist – and, as one suspects, the only able substitute for the now-driven apart David Gilmour –, pipes up a disastrous two-note on one's own that anticipates the of the album’s somber phrasing. Then, the album simultaneously settles into its statement-giving away the whole show architecture glyph and wildly ratchets up its logical: “4.33 AM (Ceaseless Shoes)” opens with a deafening saxophone waste from David Sanborn and finds Waters steadily upping the ante by having a triptych of funding girls imitate his every other goods. Tellingly, Waters sounds a skilled practise more interested on here than he did the last on occasion we heard him, which was on the end Pink Floyd album previous to to the band’s collapse (The End Cut), and rightfully so – for this was his one come about to demonstrate that he would always be the unswerving brains of the leading Floyd lineup.

Too, the album repeatedly finds itself lacking in terms of mellifluous moments. Apart from Clapton’s sweet-sounding solos and dominating contributions from David Sanborn’s sax, a weighty amount of The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking presents itself as anathema to the ears. Before dream of, it becomes clarion that the tempering influences of Gilmour, Wright, and Mason are sorely missed – no affair how much Waters wants to believe otherwise. For all its grinding frill live coals of the album’s arrangement in a overseas earth, huge chunks of “4.37 AM (Arabs with Knives and West German Skies) are completion to being thoroughly unlistenable, with several passages dedicated to unintelligible qualifications whispering that distressingly hearken encourage to the dullest moments of “Alan’s Psychedelic Breakfast” from 1970’s Atom Basic Nature . But for all his flaws when it comes to crafting rhythms and hooks, Roger Waters lyrical know-how has never been more done. Perhaps unsatisfying to underscore the obtuseness of Gilmour’s rather third-price lyrics on About Expression (his second on one's own struggle), on “4.56 AM (For the First On Occasion Today – To All Intents 1)” Waters delivers a placid yet well-weighted soliloquy on the senselessness of confederation to a which has all but fallen their passion for each other: “You were my diurnal excuse/For playing heedless, silent, and blind/Who’d have ever thought/This was how it would end for you and me/To excite my own millstone/Out of the trees.” On “4.58 AM (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)”, he admits, with only the slightest tip of irony that, “I’d like to go on with this bit of a song/Describing this schmuck/I’d like to go on, but I’m going to confound up.” It’s vigorous stuff.

As it comes from pitilessly the same timeframe as The Fold Up, much about The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking is strongly reminiscent of the former’s fake and much more stripped-down demeanor: the thundering elementary riff of “4.33 AM (Ceaseless Shoes)” is a cold-ringer throwback to both “In the Flesh” and “Young Lust”. Elsewhere, the astonished whispers of “4.47 AM (The Remains of our Angel)” have clearly borrowed a item or two from the terrified mumblings heard on “Don’t Disregard Me Now” and the disastrous hum of “Mother”. Considering that the Floyd could so effortlessly have worked on The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking instead of The Fold Up, it does transmit one interruption to think how much more effectual the Floyd could have been had they chosen to travail with the former concept instead – particularly given that one common latter-day critique of The Fold Up is the strain of trying to empathize with the unendurable dramatis persona of the stun distinguished Pink. In comparison, the death of Reg – who is every bit the central-superannuated and tormented everyman – would have been a much easier cause to fighter. And who knows how more introspective The Fold Up could have been had Roger Waters been allowed to communicate with about his disillusions with his stun distinguished existence thoroughly on his own?

Instead, we approve of a brow-beaten central-superannuated man try and worm his way through a set of sketches that really would have benefited from the lilting chemistry of his former bunch and the excising ruthlessness of Bob Ezrin, all while gazing down the boulevard of what-could-have-been. Still, even when viewed independently, The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking illustrates the absolute capability of a man at the tiptop of his artistic know-how and captures him in a allege of isolated-mindedness that he had never demonstrated before, and, strangely, that he never would again. Considering its pinched sales and the lead balloon of its supporting journey, The Pros and Cons of Fix Raise Hiking is hardly the auspicious start that Waters would have wanted for his on one's own job, but he can still take basic nature in the event that his first travail still contains enough question merit unraveling even a abode of a century later. If only the same could be said about 95% of everything else.
Roger Waters — The Pros And Cons Of Ride Hiking 24Bit 192KHz FLAC VINYL ANDYT1000 KAT

1. 4:30 am (Plainly They Were Peripatetic Overseas)
2. 4:33 am (Ceaseless Shoes)
3. 4:37 am (Arabs With Knives And West German Skies)
4. 4:39 am (For The First On Occasion Today — To All Intents 2)
5. 4:41 am (Physical Revolt)
6. 4:47 am (The Remains Of Our Angel)
7. 4:50 am (Go Fishing)
8. 4:56 am (For The First On Occasion Today — To All Intents 1)
9. 4:58 am (Dunro amin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)
10. 5:01 am (The Pros And Cons Of Hitchhiking)
11. 5:06 am (Every Strangers Eyes)
12. 5:11 am (The Twinkling Of An Eye Of Intelligibility)

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