A piece of music history, which is also not to be excluded from my music and soul life. This one is as sad at that time as the reason of Rodger Waters to create this music.
Wiki and other sites give enough hints.
The fact that my father was killed in an accident in the year of its release also influenced my mood and enjoyment of music. Lying in bed with headphones and intense perception of all nuances, this album belonged to my daily youth rituals to cope with the new reality.
And even decades later, I continue to listen to it. My 1st choice is now The Wall. I’m sure that’s because by the end of the 70’s I had created this very wall into my petrified state.
Actually, we should not stream Pink Floyd and other well-known artists and also not buy multiple times over and over again in other formats, but we are subject to exactly these laws of power, money and time (which I never have enough) and about the new rulers in Kabul I do not want to talk. Rodger Waters probably also had a war trauma.
Let’s overcome it with good music and think of your neighbor, even if you think you can’t afford it. Our singing children are the future. I hope you do not feel marginalized here