During Sunday’s performance at the London Palladium, Roger Waters infuriated Pink Floyd supporters. Waters was scheduled to provide the live album debut of Dark Side of the Moon Redux, however many people left before any songs were performed via Men’s Journal.
Waters performed at the Palladium twice, the second time on Monday night. For his scheduled concert, the artist came 15 minutes later than expected. Instead of starting with the songs, Waters started reading portions from his unfinished biography, Dark Side of the Moon: Memoirs of a Lanky Prick, off of his laptop.
“One story involved a duck that came to live in the family home,” said Will Hodgkinson, music critic for The Times.
“Another began promisingly as a memory of Floyd’s original leader, Syd Barrett, but revealed nothing more than that Barrett wrote a lot of songs and had an innocent air about him.”