PARIS (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Roger Waters has reportedly said that he would be open to another Live8-style Pink Floyd reunion with his former bandmates David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright.
Waters spoke with reporters in Paris, saying, “I felt it was very important for me to do Live8, and I thought it was great to get onstage with the other three guys. I had nothing but positive feelings about that…I would do something else (like Live8) in a heartbeat – but if it was for anything more than a few songs, then I think there would be difficulties.”
Waters admitted that the relationships in the band were strictly businesslike. According to NME.com, he said: “I think it would be very cordial if we ever spoke to each other, but don’t inhabit the same world socially. Rick and I were never really friends, and Dave and I were never really friends, so the fact that we are still no longer really friends is kind of irrelevant to all of our lives.”
He also took credit for his part in the band’s demise, saying, “I don’t think any of us came out of the years from 1985 with any credit, really. It was a bad, negative time, really. And I regret my part in that negativity. Why should I have imposed my feeling about the work and what it was worth on the others if they didn’t feel the same? I was wrong in attempting to do that.” –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers