The Wall is the eleventh studio album by Pink Floyd, released on November 30, 1979, on Harvest (UK) and Columbia (US).
The Wall is the fourth consecutive concept album by Pink Floyd, preceded by The Dark Side of the Moon (1973), Wish You Were Here (1975), and Animals (1977). It’s also their second double album after the 1969 release Ummagumma.
A1. “In the Flesh?” (3:19)
A2. “The Thin Ice” (2:29)
A3. “Another Brick in the Wall Part 1” (3:10)
A4. “The Happiest Days of Our Lives” (1:50)
A5. “Another Brick in the Wall Part 2” (3:59)
A6. “Mother” (5:35)
B1. “Goodbye Blue Sky” (2:46)
B2. “Empty Spaces” (2:09)
B3. “Young Lust” (3:30)
B4. “One of My Turns” (3:35)
B5. “Don’t Leave Me Now” (4:16)
B6. “Another Brick in the Wall Part 3” (1:14)
B7. “Goodbye Cruel World” (1:14)
C1. “Hey You” (4:41)
C2. “Is There Anybody Out There?” (2:40)
C3. “Nobody Home” (3:24)
C4. “Vera” (1:33)
C5. “Bring the Boys Back Home” (1:26)
C6. “Comfortably Numb” (6:25)
D1. “The Show Must Go On” (1:36)
D2. “In the Flesh” (4:16)
D3. “Run Like Hell” (4:24)
D4. “Waiting for the Worms” (3:57)
D5. “Stop” (0:30)
D6. “The Trial” (5:19)
D7. “Outside the Wall” (1:43)
- Roger Waters – vocals, bass guitar, synthesizer, acoustic guitar (A6, C4), electric guitar (B6), sleeve design, co-production
- David Gilmour – vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar, synthesizer, clavinet, percussion, co-production
- Nick Mason – drums, percussion
- Richard Wright – acoustic and electric pianos, Hammond organ, synthesizer, clavinet, bass pedals
- Bruce Johnston – backing vocals
- Toni Tennille – backing vocals (A1, D1, D2, D4)
- Joe Chemay – backing vocals
- Jon Joyce – backing vocals
- Stan Farber – backing vocals
- Jim Haas – backing vocals
- Bob Ezrin – production, piano, Hammond organ, synthesizer, reed organ, orchestral arrangement, music (D6), backing vocals
- James Guthrie – percussion, synthesizer, sound effects, co-producer, engineer
- Jeff Porcaro – drums (A6)
- Children of Islington Green School – vocals (A5)
- Joe Porcaro – snare drums (C5)
- Lee Ritenour – rhythm guitar (B4), additional acoustic guitar (C6)
- Joe (Ron) di Blasi – classical guitar (C2)
- Fred Mandel – Hammond organ (A1, D2)
- Bobbye Hall – congas and bongos (D3)
- Frank Marocco – concertina (D7)
- Larry Williams – clarinet (D7)
- Trevor Veitch – mandolin (D7)
- New York Orchestra – orchestra
- New York Opera – choral vocals
- Vicki Brown and Clare Torry (aka Vicki & Clare) – backing vocals (D6)
- Harry Waters – child’s voice (B7)
- Chris Fitzmorris – male telephone voice
- Trudy Young – voice of the groupie
- Phil Taylor – sound effects
Production and packaging:
- Michael Kamen – orchestral arrangement
- Nick Griffiths – engineer
- Patrice Quef – engineer
- Brian Christian – engineer
- Rick Hart – engineer
- Doug Sax – mastering at The Mastering Lab
- John McClure – engineer
- Phil Taylor – sound equipment
- Gerald Scarfe – sleeve design
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